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I am not the owner, but have been to see her. This horse is around the age of ten. She is super cute and gentle and a BLM mustang - yes, these owners are the original ones who adopted her from Norco. The owners aren't very horse savvy and are having trouble paying for feed for her. They want her to have a good home that will work with her. She has been more like an expensive dog for them. She has had a saddle but no rider. I would love to help with this horse and her training but am currently working on another somewhat green horse. She has 2 marble-sized fatty growths that I noticed. One on her neck that could possibly interfere with a breast collar. The other is on the inside of one of her back legs. The owner says she has had them for years with no problem.She has changed color from brown, to black, to grey, and now she is flea bitten grey with slight dappling. She looks like she has so much potential I hope you can help!
 

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is that algea in her water bucket??? i wish i could help but i already have 2 and she is way to far away! good luck helping
 

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I know but she isnt broke and your parents wont let you. unless..... haha jk idk what would make them..
 

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eh..i dont think they would mind that she wasent broke as long as we got a trainer...Its just space...we dont have enough...and money too...haha
 

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I think we found her a home! Yay! She would live with my grandparents. They are going to check her out soon so thats good, now it is just a matter of getting her in a trailer and taking her home =)
 

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That is great! If that doesn't work out, please let me know, I was thinking about going to look at her. I am looking for a horse for myself, and she would be a fun project horse. =]
 

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is that algea in her water bucket???
Algea doesn't kill horses. All our horses drink out of either the dam, which is full of mud and algea, or the cattle troughs, again full of algea. Never had any issues.
 

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i never said it would kill them. chill out a bit yeesh.. i was just wondering. if i thought it killed them i would not be calm i would be flipping out. it was a question that did not need explaining
 

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Lol, that is chilled. You shoud see me mad. I was just pointing out that algae doesn't hurt horses, as I guessed (correctly?) that you didn't know if it did or not.
 

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sorry. i have a bad day and i have been telling everyone to chill.. i am the one who needs to chill! lol i knew that algea did not hurt horses. they have lived with it for thousands of yrs.
 

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That is great! If that doesn't work out, please let me know, I was thinking about going to look at her. I am looking for a horse for myself, and she would be a fun project horse. =]
Where are you located? If she went to the home we found she would just be a pet. I would like someone to work with her because she has so much potential and I think they were only taking her so she could get out of that dump. If you want her Im sure they would much rather have you have her. Lemme see. Ill pm you and give you the for sure answer! Just give me like a day and I will let you know! I am so excited that someone wants to work with her! That is if you like her...
 

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ok so, my grandparents are going to look at her and my grandma is super excited. She wants to get her back to a good weight then have my cousin trevor train her. He has lots of natural horsemanship so he should be good. If it doesnt work out you will be the first to know, dominoschica, I promise!
 

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ok so, my grandparents are going to look at her and my grandma is super excited. She wants to get her back to a good weight then have my cousin trevor train her. He has lots of natural horsemanship so he should be good. If it doesnt work out you will be the first to know, dominoschica, I promise!

Haha, ok great! I live in Rialto, what about you??
 
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