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  1. #1
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    Exclamation 2 Mustang mares (1 preggo) in GA need some COTH Magic....

    http://brunswick.craigslist.org/grd/3483614640.html

    Can anyone help? They are branded, one is due to foal any day, and both are skinny, and free. Ugh. Why do people do this??
    Last edited by Freebird!; Jan. 2, 2013 at 03:59 PM.



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    Ad says:

    We have two branded mustang mares that are free to good home both sweet but shy one is pregnant due at any time. They were rescued along with another stud and these two need a new home. Can't afford all 4, if they don't find a home soon they will be sent with Brantley county ag dept where they will be put down. please message me for more info. Hate to see them put to sleep, both have great potential. Email at jblaisewinn@ymail.com



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    Ugh... I have two mustangs that live on air and are fatter than ticks.. can't imagine how to get them to look like that...
    Race training and retraining Thoroughbreds.



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    So they were rescued and the person is threatening to have them killed....yeah, some rescue. And I agree doublete, my mustang gains weight just by looking at his hay.
    The one good thing about repeating your mistakes is that you know when to cringe.



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    Well that's just 50 miles or so down 95 for me.

    In the meantime, I need to call our state agent. Who is wonderful, and who seizes horses when they are not cared for. The state ag dept rehabs horses and then auctions them off. They don't usually put healthy horses down unless no one buys them.

    I board 2, so I cannot take them. But if anyone is interested, I'll help pay shipping.

    Oh it's over in the swamp in Brantley County. I once reduced a dog from over there.


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    Keep us updated if anyone checks into this further...
    Race training and retraining Thoroughbreds.



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