Thoroughbreds in California need new homes

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Thoroughbreds in California need new homes

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    03-30-2008, 12:24 PM
Thoroughbreds in California need new homes

I have to reduce the number of horses I have.

I have a few 'give' away, to a good home, still breedable or for riding, but older, 16-20.
I have a few younger, 2 -8 years old.
15 hands to 17 hands. Chestnut to black, a variety.

Variety of prices.
All registered Thoroughbreds, with papers.
There are some pics.
I need to update and add several more, but being spring with some of the longer coats, and not too many sunny days, I haven't gotten it done.

As well as foaling, breeding and finalizing registrations from last years crop.

Contact me if interested please.
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    05-24-2008, 07:45 PM
Do You still have these horses? And what discipline are they trained for? Please PM me.
    07-08-2008, 12:29 PM
I was wondering if you still had any of them.

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