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    04-03-2007, 11:13 AM
Yeah I totally agree, that's great too that the breeders are helping you out and have a desire to take her back. You don't find too many like that. Hope it works out for you.

Take care,
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    04-04-2007, 03:34 AM
We had a mare who was to hiper and always took of for the hills, I sugested to our boarder that she be bred to one of our studs and that might clam her odwn and keep her from running fences, one trip past our stud's pen and with out breeding her has change her behaiver.....the rain maker ( a bay stud near you) would of been my first choice for my boarders mare
    04-10-2007, 08:18 AM
She's going home!!!!!

Hubby and the breeder worked out a deal ($$) and he will be picking her up sometime this week.

I am so glad that he is buying her back and she won't have to go to some sale barn. At least I know where she will be and that she will be well taken care of.

He said that he would send me pics of her from time to time and especially when she has babies.
    04-10-2007, 08:50 AM
Green Broke
that's fabulous news!!

Bet your so relieved. When you hear anything let us know.

So happy for you!
    04-12-2007, 03:00 AM
I'm happy for you and her, but personally, I don't know that I would breed a mare that had such an attitude. I like all my brood mares to have puppydog personalities. I don't want attitudes passed on to the babies.

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