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    This is a video of my cutting/reining mare Three Socks Ana Spot who is grandsired my Colonel Freckles!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMDn biAngVs&sns=em


     
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Crystal Bailey has been riding and competing her whole life. She began riding english showing in hunter jumping. A couple years after, when she was twelve, Crystal began riding, competing and learning everything there is to know about reining and speed horses. She has won money and many titles in the NRHA, NBHA, APHA, AQHA and many other organizations. Ms. Bailey recently won a World Championship and Reserve Championship title at the 2011 APHA World show in November on a mare she trained on her own when she was eight years old. Crystal is very knowledgable about horses and can help you wherever you need it. She has trained with many of the top trainers such as Dell Hendricks and Tim McQuay just to name a few. Give us a call at any time! (832) 818-2805 or e-mail us at cbreininghorses@gmail.com We are always willing to work with our cutomers on pricing please give us a call!
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