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raisethebar

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    1. hunterjumper200
      hunterjumper200
      That is actually really awesome to hear!!! I've only had one OTTB and she was 12 and got pulled off the track because she blew her knee, all she knew was run run run and it took her forever to learn how to walk without having a jig or anything like that!

      That is exactly what any horse that I have owned is basically like my child!
    2. hunterjumper200
      hunterjumper200
      I love the mosters :D That is really awesome that you know each horse on such a personal level, goes to show that you guys love what you are doing and are dedicated to it :D
    3. hunterjumper200
      hunterjumper200
      Oh wow 16.3 at 3? I love the taller horses personally :p
    4. hunterjumper200
      hunterjumper200
      I've always had bad experiences with chestnut horses :p

      What height range do you typically have?
    5. hunterjumper200
      hunterjumper200
      That sounds great!!! I"m not really that picky when it comes to horses :D
    6. hunterjumper200
      hunterjumper200
      That is great to know!!

      As far as what I am looking for-
      Mare/Gelding at least 16.2 hh, preferably NOT chestnut and markings don't exactly matter. (I adore black horses though)
    7. hunterjumper200
      hunterjumper200
      Ok that would be great.
    8. hunterjumper200
      hunterjumper200
      It would be about a year at least as we are still getting the stable situation figured out!!
    9. hunterjumper200
      hunterjumper200
      I just looked at your Bio and figured that out :p Hmm that would be interesting, I don't know the regulations with getting a horse across the border or anything.
    10. hunterjumper200
      hunterjumper200
      Ok that sounds good. It sounds like you guys have really good morals/expectations when it comes to retraining/selling the horses which is what I look for when I am buying a horse!!! Where abouts are you located?
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