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  1. #1
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    Default New Vocations has a ton of new horses

    New Vocations has had a flood of new horses in the last 2 weeks. Anyone looking for a horse should check out their website at www.horseadoption.com/thoroughbred-adoption/
    There are some really nice Thoroughbreds.



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    Seig Heil Polo Shirt!



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    Well, that confirms it. I picked Pam without looking at the details. Yup, she's 18.
    I know I like older horses and she drew my eye immediately.
    P.S. Is that rider hunched over some or is something making her look like that?



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    will someone please go and get Kilo, I am a starving student and would love to have him. I am not quite sure if he would like living in a small apt, living on Ramen noodles, but he is so nice to look at.

    http://www.horseadoption.com/kiloton/



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    I can't even look, as I am too far away!



  6. #6
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    Kilo is gorgeous!!!! My husband says I have to stop looking at horsie "porn" as he calls sales sites. If I weren't already over the limit, I'd be on the phone.
    If you believe everything you read, better not read. -- Japanese Proverb




  7. #7
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    Default shipping to NM

    Quote Originally Posted by lalahartma1 View Post
    I can't even look, as I am too far away!


    Actually, NV has shipped adopted horses to New Mexico and to Texas. Take another look just in case you can't resist!!!



  8. #8
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    Yes I had my adopted NV horse shipped to TX when I lived there. Now Mr. TB has moved again with us. He's such a gem.



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    They have two new mares, both very very cute.



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    All gorgeous and very well presented at usual! New Vocations is a class act!



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    I'm in love with Pam. My solution is to go visit my mare in TN instead. I would love to have Pam to trail ride around on though.
    "You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars;
    you have a right to be here." ~ Desiderata by Max Ehrmann



  12. #12
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    Even a few more new mares, I am in love.



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    Holy cow, never seen this site before. Kilo is absolutely gorgeous!!!



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    Comments about this cute mare?


    http://www.horseadoption.com/s-w-shannon/



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    There's a couple things I don't love about her conformation but I don't see anything that would stop me from checking her out How's that for a non-answer?

    I just kept getting distracted by her big, beautiful eyes and supermodel face!

    I will say she looks a little downhill but at four may still even out a little (one of the pictures she looks reeeeally downhill but she's also standing funny, if you look at her feet it's partly the ground and the angle to the camera). She looks a LOT like the mare I had in high school who was a really fantastic, very nice hunter type.

    The more I look the prettier she gets. I think that's a sign you should go get her.
    "smile a lot can let us ride happy,it is good thing"

    My CANTER blog.



  16. #16
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    I'm impressed with their reasonable adoption fees. It seems that out here, everyone thinks their old, crippled rescue is worth $1000 or more....Very nice horses on this site and I hope they all get great homes.



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    New Vocations is amazing. Very reasonable fees, very honest about possible limitations. And...they have some really outstanding horses. We had a client adopt one; shipped her to Michigan. She's so happy, she's looking for another horse from New Vocations.



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