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        12-10-2012, 04:12 PM
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    all those adds mean around my part of the country is that they arent trained at all. As thenrie said.. best horse for the money...lol.. I normally pick up a few of them every spring then get a train on them and dump them in the late summer or fall..or the next year if they need it. But no there not for new riders. Ride safe everyone
    I might add one little pointer. When you go to test drive these types, don't use your good saddle. That mare has beat up my old collectable Hamley ranch saddle to the point I'm going to have to rebuild it!
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