I have owned and loved horses nearly all my life. I specilize in retraining and building trust using Natural Horsemanship techniques and lots of time. I currently have 14 rescued horses. I am looking for a horse I used to own long before I started rescuing. His name is Bamas Bocephus. He is a black Thoroughbred who didn't break his maiden. I owned him in Simpsonville SC and I sold him to a women at Flambards Farm? in Union, South Carolina 12 years or so ago. He would be approximately 20-25 years old now. If anyone has any info on this horse, I would love to hear from you!!!
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