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My all time fave ---Number One Spy. Pretty fond of Coastline too. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
I have a great pic of Coastline somewhere in my mess of pics... nice horse..
Let the horse go, get out of its way, it knows what to do...Stop pulling and keep kicking!!!!!!
Like I said in the other thread, The Natural (29) is alive and very, very well. He lives in a five acre field with his young buddy Stetson (20). They won't let you catch them if they think you'll take them in!
Calypso and Melanie Smith
Texas an John Simpson
Sympatico and Tony D'Ambrosia
Sloopy and Neil Shapiro
San Lucas and Frank Chapot
Bold Minstrel and Bill Steinkraus
Unusual and Kathy Kusne
Riviara Wonder and Al Fiore
Snowman and Harry Deleyer
Nautical and Hugh Wiley
Jet Run and Michael Matz
Albany and Leslie Burr
Sandsablaze and Buddy Brown
Good Twist and Frank Chapot
Snowbound and William Steinkraus
Do Right and Dennis Murphy
Eadenvale and Bernie Traurig
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Eadenvale and Bernie Traurig </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
I have a great "Eads" story.
At Cleveland he got loose and word got out it was Eadenvale. Being such a nasty (kind word) guy, everyone tied off their aisles and hid http://chronicleforums.com/groupee_c...on_biggrin.gif Nobody wanted to help catch him and risk being mauled.
Touch of Class/Joe
Chef/Michael Matz (I remember when he fell coming down the bank at Newport, jumped from a standstill, and won the Derby! MM lost his stirrup and helmet! They were an amazing pair!)
Does anyone know whatever happened to McLain's horse, Twist du Valon, from several years ago? Was he retired to the lower levels? I loved that horse!!