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here at the farm, we give our horses a natural life living among a family herd, mares have their foals and their older get, and each stallions has a small band of one to three mares, a couple are barren, but still offer companionship. Our horses are not herd or buddy bound, they a confident and easy to train, curious and bold. We stand behind our horses, health and mental soundness. We sacrifice a perfect coat and artificial make-up for our horses happiness and well being. We may never win as many ribbons, but we win with temperment, and horses who enjoy their jobs!!!!
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