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Vesper Sparrow
Nov. 27, 2009, 11:50 AM
Look at these lovelies from the northern tracks just waiting for a home... (my apologies to CANTER)

http://mypage.direct.ca/s/selliot/moose1.jpg
Slap Shot is currently at the Great Slave Lake winter track. Too slow to run, but would make a perfect hunter type. Although he's ungelded at 3, he has a very kind temperament and was eager to pose for us.

http://www.graceriske.com/stonefox/images/moose.jpg
The trainer of Timmies' Treasure would like to find a new home for him because he just isn't into racing. Look at those hindquarters and how uphill he is! Would make a great jumper or dressage prospect.


http://delargy.com/2006_06_Moose/moose.htm
Speed Skater is a real sweetie, the barn favourite. Always in your pockets and full of personality. Would make a perfect children's hunter...

http://photos.igougo.com/images/p133085-Norway-Moose.jpg
Want to trail ride? This guy is currently at the trainer's farm and is being trail ridden by his 8 year old daughter. Look at him--he even knows how to read the road signs...

DressageGeek "Ribbon Ho"
Nov. 27, 2009, 12:50 PM
Oh I want them ALL!!!!! Bumping so everyone can see! Please give one of these guys a home!

I got my ANTLER cutie last year (Maple Sap) - and we're currently training for FEI. Always in the ribbons!

Perchancetodream
Nov. 27, 2009, 01:30 PM
:D

Blugal
Nov. 27, 2009, 02:40 PM
:lol:

I'd take one, but not sure about the shipping. Is anyone coming west from the Great Slave Lake area any time soon?

Bluehorsesjp
Nov. 27, 2009, 03:00 PM
I LOVE Timmie's Treasure. I am concerned about shipping to Colorado, but I do know they have been importing Moose for a while here now, so I could probably get a shipper.
Do you think someone from Antler could go and look at him more closley for me. Or maybe a COTHer from the great white north could pop over and just get me a real life look over.

Oh I would be so excited to get him home!

Oh and wait, since it is my first OTTM, do you have to let them down like an OTTB? Any advice on what they need once they are off the track?