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Sixty miles East of the geographic center of British Columbia, just outside the city of Prince George is a jewel of the Equine World. Over one hundred head of the most outstanding Real Appaloosas anywhere graze acres of spectacular terrain of the BC Appaloosa Centre. This overnight success story was only forty years in the making; from Howard's first encounters with Appaloosas in the mid 1950's it was a dream till the mid 1990's when he and his wife Marylin took the plunge and got serious about the horse who Legend say Sweat Blood. Early in the program Howard recalls there were nearly as many leaving as were coming home as they selected just the correct mares who would produce conformation and beautiful color and their foals had to be gentle, quiet and intelligent as well their focus from the start has been an Appaloosa to Appaloosa Breeding Program.(no fad or fashion breeding here) In less than ten years BC Appaloosa Centre has gained the attention and respect of enthusiasts in Canada as well as the United Kingdom, Germany and France. They have sold servel mares and mare groups as well as stallions to folks starting or improving their own herd, who wish to take advantage of the knowledge and experience of the Jackson's at the BC Appaloosa Centre
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