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I breed, raise and train Asil Arabian Horses (and some). My full breeds are from a rare bloodline so most of my concentration has been directed towards the Preservation Breeding Program. I have a small ranch located in southern Colorado. Realizing I can Love them all, I can't keep every foal. Learning as I go along I am inspired to share with others these few but beautiful animals, my 'other' family members.
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