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  1. #1
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    Default Why God, Why?!

    ...are there so many cute prospects on CANTER right now? It's making it so hard to wait one more semester until I graduate to buy a horse. I hope there will be just as cute ones in the winter


    This one, for example:
    http://canterusa.org/index.php?optio...ngs&Itemid=279

    is perfect for me. Short, 4 years old, and a mare. And liver chestnut. Everything I love. I should obviously wait but it's so d*** hard!



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    My preference is for short, bay and a gelding. No.more.horses. moratorium in force, but love this one:
    http://canterusa.org/index.php?optio...ngs&Itemid=283
    OTTBs rule, but spots are good too!



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    he has been on there for a while. you should get him



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    I liked both the ones you posted too, OP. Unfortunately my instructor is being the voice of reason and keeps stressing I should get one already let down, not directly off the track. Thank god I have her to keep me in line!!
    "Last time I picked your feet, you broke my toe!"



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    haha! My mom is my voice of reason. She is adement about no horses until I graduate because she pays for school. So i listen to her!



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    Oh my, I'm in love with the mare. <3 Such a cute face too. "A super sweet, “in your pocket” type of horse, we’d love to see this one find a great home." Such a good way to describe a horse, too. Bet she's a sweetie!
    Save The Date 08-15-2011



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    OK Canter stalkers. Find me a bay gelding 4yo 15.3-16h on the east coast...I don't have time....
    "Passion, though a bad regulator, is a powerful spring." -- Emerson
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    ^^^^psh! No problem! Give metwebty minutes....



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    And another one I'd scoop up!, glad I'm n the west coast!

    http://www.canterusa.org/index.php?o...ngs&Itemid=279



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    horsekrazy- i've been in loooove with ten dreams since I first saw her on there. I have a feeling she is probably sold and they didnt remove the ad. I mean, look at her! she HAS to have sold! and that grey you posted is cute, too!



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    Ya, ten dreams is a little upright in her pasterns and has quite the 'noggin', but in general I like her. I love that little grey mare though! I don't know how much more growing she would do, but I have two other real bigguns and I wouldn't mind a more petite horse for my next project...... And she is so well built!



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    Drool over that chestnut gelding! Just my type, pumpkin orange


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    If I were in the market I'd be all over this horse like Cartman on a cheesy poof:
    http://www.canterusa.org/index.php?o...ngs&Itemid=279
    I can imagine him not grey and I still like him a lot.

    I also liked a 3 yr old by Activist that's not on there anymore. Guess someone bought him!!


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    so many yummy ponies!



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    he certainly is tall!! I'm still partial to Mr Good. I lufff him



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    We might have to duke this out Strawberry! But in all realness, get him so I can drool over more pictures



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