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        06-10-2012, 11:42 AM
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    Smile mydaughtersgroom

    Everyone's advice is good on this one. I especially agree with Joe4d. Definitely get a vet check. I too recently adopted a "rescue" from the Impound where I volunteer. Since I had had my previous horse 23 yrs. And her pasture mate 19 I opted not to get the vet check till I got her home. I already knew about some of her problems so I was expecting some issues. With that said I am also OLD so it was only my safety at risk. With your daughter it's a whole nother situation. The match sounds pretty good so far, but a little extra insurance wouldn't hurt. Good Luck hope it all works out. Please keep us posted.
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