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  1. #1
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    Default Connecticut Flashy Appendix Gelding

    It is with great sadness that we must find a new home for our 12yr AQHA 16.2 hand Appendix QH. He just needs a different situation. He is the most wonderful HUS horse, but does need a advanced confident rider. He is best suited where he can have all day or 24/7 turnout with company. He is a great horse stand for farrier, vet, clipping...everything perfect grand manners!
    He is sound and a very easy keeper. Please e-mail for pictures.

    Here is the link the the marshall and sterling finals..he was reserve champion in the local working hunter 2008.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHKCON_8X4k

    If you are interested you can e-mail to rkerzner@cox.net
    Thank You!



  2. #2
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    Sep. 8, 2008
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    Default appendix QH

    Email sent. Could you send pics too? I am in PA near Quentin Riding club if you ever showed there.



  3. #3
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    I don't need him, but had to add, he's super cute, and someone will be lucky to have him!!!



  4. #4
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    Jun. 22, 2007
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    Hi, I am in CT, too! Sent you an email about your beautiful gelding...



  5. #5
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    Smile Thank You

    thank you for all the inquiries about our horse...well for the time being he will be staying in his spoiled and pampered home! Long story short i was trying to find a new home for him, because he somtimes bucked at the canter and my 14yr old daughter was becomming scared and imtimadated (even tho she is a great rider). i want to keep it fun for her.... Well i have spent and entire first year college education tyring to find the reason for this behavior. We had x-rays, ultrasounds, endoscopy, full body bone scans...and guess what all negative...that is why i thought it must be the situation we have him in.

    Well as a last resort on the differential list was a lyme titer...you guesssed it POSITIVE greater than 20,000.

    Well needless to say i am going to treat him and see how it goes...if his behavior remains bad i will contact the lovley people from this forum who have express and interested in our awesome guy....until then say a prayer that his problem was just a case of lyme.

    thank you!
    Cherie



  6. #6
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    Jun. 22, 2007
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    Thanks for letting us know! I hope he feels better soon!



  7. #7
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    Jan. 29, 2000
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    Southbury, CT USA
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    Lyme can cause some nasty behavioral changes, so I feel your pain. I applaud you for taking the time to find out whether his issues were medical and then treating them. Good luck from a fellow CT member
    Sincerely:

    Karen A. Fildes
    Caer Avallach Farm LLC - Breeders of Quality Hunter & Sport Ponies
    www.cafarm.com
    Ponyworld - The Online Resource for Pony Enthusiasts -
    www.ponyworld.net



  8. #8
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    Sep. 8, 2008
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    Default lymes

    I hope everything works out for you!! He is a really nice horse.



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