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phedras de blonde may have been an Olympic possibility  or a back-up horse in case the rider's top young horse did not come along for 2016   the French have routinely eaten horse meat but I think this French import was destroyed dramatically not for meat b
dumbdirtydillon · 259 days ago

My new horse tosses her head about. Not high enough to hit the rider but it is annoying while your are riding her.  Any suggestions?  Please need help. Her teeth have been worked on recently. Racingmaltese
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What do Frank Bell, Extension and Free Special Bonus have in common? The Holistic Horsemanship Webinar Series!   That's right!  First of all we are thrilled to announce that International Horse Whisperer, Frank Bell is joining the line up.  He will be sha
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