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    10-19-2008, 10:58 PM
1/2 Belgium 1/2 Quarter

For sale. 10 yo gilding draft cross. Professionally trained in Bob Avalia's style. Knows all his ques and lessons....
Calm, beautiful bay, long mane, gentle, loads, bathes. UTD on all shots and worming. Good feet, never lame, great stable mate, Aprox 16.1 hands and 1200 lbs. Draft saddle to go with him. Only one problem...
0ccasionallyh bucks.

He belongs to my husband. But my husband is a novis rider. This horse won't work for him. Needs experienced rider to work him out of it.
Paid $2500.00 and invested so much more in his training.
This is him on the avatar. My husband with him. Husband is 6'5 inches to give an idea of his height. Not a big as some, but beautifully large. There's a few pics in my photo album and the one on Dream horse.

He's in Roseburg oregon. Can be seen on Dream Horse.
Name Taxi
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    10-20-2008, 11:59 PM
Hes pretty but I already have 3 horses and one 3/4 belgian 1/4 qh . . . And that's all the belgian bigness I need lol . . . But he's an awsome horse . . . Just hard to find stuff for

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