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Mustang looking for the right home in Kentucky

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        09-19-2008, 07:30 PM
    Green Broke
    Mustang looking for the right home in Kentucky

    I'm looking for the right home for Bandit.

    Bandit is a titled BLM mustang from the Pilot Mountain, NV HMA. He is around 13.2-13.3 hands by my best estimation. Some days I can walk out in the field and put the halter right on him and other days I have to work to get a halter on him. I've had a saddle blanket up on him several times, worked on leading, hind yeilds, a bit of backing up, and have started desensitizing him to various things - but he still has a ways to go before he is ready for riding. He is use to electric fencing and respects it well. He has beautiful large movements and floats over the ground in a trot. I need to double check the title, but I believe he is 5 this year.

    He was injured earlier this year and sliced his back leg. It has healed, but there is a scar there still.

    I would prefer if he goes to someone with mustang experience or significant horse experience. Please contact me privately for terms.

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        10-04-2008, 02:42 PM
    Green Broke
    He is still looking for a home...

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