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    Default Child Proof Broker Horse

    Anyone need a child proof horse? Page 2 #4-20-29 nice chestnut trimmed in white ridden by a "little" girl. http://www.ac4h.com/BrokerOwnedProgram.htm This is a great mare even with a horrible bit; did everything the little girl asked of her.
    Last edited by FancyASB; Apr. 22, 2010 at 01:20 AM.



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    Wow nice horse - husband even glanced over my shoulder and was impressed.



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    BUMP She has until 4:00PM EST today.



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    Looks like she's got a home. Someone got themselves a really nice, sweet mare.
    Equus Keepus Brokus



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    Quote Originally Posted by FancyASB View Post
    Anyone need a child proof horse? Page 2 #4-20-29 nice chestnut trimmed in white ridden by a "little" girl. http://www.ac4h.com/BrokerOwnedProgram.htm This is a great mare even with a horrible bit; did everything the little girl asked of her.
    She's now listed as "I have a home, thank you!" She's even got another fan thread on this forum.

    The bit doesn't look so horrible to me — just a Western curb, to be used with very light contact.
    "Go on, Bill — this is no place for a pony."



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    Yeah - the bit is not bad. It's a Tom Thumb, looks to be jointed, very popular around here. The curb action isn't horrible. I was going to comment about the bit earlier, because based on the back up, I don't think this horse is used to a Tom Thumb, and probably goes nicely in a plain snaffle.
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