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    09-15-2010, 09:21 AM
  #1
Yearling
Movement and Talent to Burn!!

Price: $5,000.00 Currently in paddock condition


Horse Name:
Play It Again Of Astral
Horse Registration No:
RPSB
Colour:
Chestnut
Sex:
Gelding
Age:
12
Height:
13.0
Sire:
Fairley Rembrandt
Dam:
Furzley Mostly Mink
Rider Suitability:
Experienced
Location of Horse - Suburb:
Tatura
Location of Horse - State:
VIC
Location of Horse - Country:
Australia

13hh 12yo Reg Riding Pony, Chestnut gelding. "Play it again of astral". Great bloodlines. Playboy is a Stunning large pony and is fully educated with AMAZING movement. Playboy has qualified and competed successfully at the Royals and has almost always come out with placing. Although playboy is forward moving he has the biggest extended trot I have “ever” seen on a pony his size and is bound to blow catch a judges eye. Playboy has such a gorgeous nature and a huge personality and just wants to be loved. Unfortunately I have outgrown Playboy and it breaks my heart seeing a pony with as much talent as him sitting in a paddock. He was learning to Jump, do pony club and Games. Only to a knowledgeable competitive Pony club or Show home. Suit a confident rider.
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    09-15-2010, 01:51 PM
  #2
Yearling
It's too bad you are so far away. What a cute pony!
     
    03-10-2011, 08:06 PM
  #3
Trained
Playboy!! I wish that I saw him :(
     

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