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IM DROOLING OVER THESE!!!

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  • IM DROOLING OVER THESE!!!

    Im drooling over these!!!


    Fabulous Native 3yr. old 16.2hh bay gelding
    Sound and ready for a new career. Very nice horse for this price
    $600 obo to great home
    Horse is located at Golden Gate Fields
    2.8.09 (BN23) Owner/Trainer
    Bill Morey
    650-787-8423

    http://www.canterusa.org/california/...lousNative.jpg


    River Luck 8yr. old 16hh bay mare
    Sound, old tendon but it is so small you can't see it. She has had a year off. Trainer had held on to her to breed but has decided find her a new home. Beautiful mare with presence galore.
    $2000 neg to great home
    Horse is located at Golden Gate Fields
    2.8.09 (BN51) Owner/Trainer
    Doug Utley
    510-385-4031


    http://www.canterusa.org/california/...verluck_02.jpg

    http://www.canterusa.org/california/...verluck_01.jpg

  • #2
    Boy if that first guy was on the east coast he would ALREADY be munching hay in my barn!!
    www.shawneeacres.net

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    • #3
      they are gorgeous!

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      • #4
        Oh, man, that girl is just a doll. Wonder what she moves like.

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        • #5
          I knew these were the 2 that you would post! We have the same taste for sure!


          The front end on that mare is impressive!

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          • #6
            Ill be joining that same taste category, anyone know what shipping rates are from Ca to Nj? I want the mare!

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            • #7
              the mare is just a jumper waiting to happen with that conformation, gorgeous!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by CaliforniaSyndrome View Post
                Ill be joining that same taste category, anyone know what shipping rates are from Ca to Nj? I want the mare!
                Do it do it do it do it! I know a good shipper! Haha!

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                • #9
                  NJ? The Center PA Canter site has some GORGEOUS horses advertised at Penn National.
                  Doubled Expectations (Roxy, 2001 APHA)
                  Al Amir (Al, 2005 OTTB)
                  Ten Purposes (Rosie, 2009 OTTB)

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                  • #10
                    Both are drool worthy. Is the first a bleached bay or does he have a full clip? Find it hard him being bleached if he is at the track. Interesting color.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by scpezold View Post
                      Both are drool worthy. Is the first a bleached bay or does he have a full clip? Find it hard him being bleached if he is at the track. Interesting color.
                      Looks clipped, to me.

                      Wish I had the $ for that mare!

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                      • #12
                        Yeah, he looks freshly clipped. Those weird lines will be DAPPLES when his coat comes back! CUTE horses.
                        --o0o--

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Seven-up View Post
                          Do it do it do it do it! I know a good shipper! Haha!
                          I'm looking into rates, and becoming nervous about the previous injury (which mean I am pretty serious!)

                          I just got an ottb, LOL like I need another.

                          (this is slsdelmar btw)

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                          • #14
                            http://www.pedigreequery.com/fabulous+native2

                            http://www.pedigreequery.com/river+luck2

                            the first one's got an interesting pedigree..

                            get one...get both.
                            www.canterusa.org
                            www.harpsonline.org

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                            • #15
                              Pssst, CaliSyndrome... don't know if you're thinking hunter or jumper, so here's one of each!

                              Check out these ones on CANTER PA:

                              Slew City Dan- 17+h, 4 yr. gelding. Love love LOVE this one!
                              http://www.canterusa.org/pennsylvani...wCityDan-1.jpg
                              http://www.canterusa.org/pennsylvani...wCityDan-2.jpg

                              Here To Please- 16.1h 4 yr. gelding. Has some puffy ankles but they say it's just fluid buildup. ??
                              http://www.canterusa.org/pennsylvani...ToPlease-1.jpg
                              http://www.canterusa.org/pennsylvani...ToPlease-2.jpg
                              what a cute face! http://www.canterusa.org/pennsylvani...ToPlease-3.jpg


                              Enjoy!

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                              • #16
                                Oh man, all of these guys/gals are gorgeous!!! And pertaining to the last guy, my OTTB has the puffy ankles as well. Just fluid, no tendon involvement at all, so it is possible. He is so cute!!!!!

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                                • #17
                                  LOVE the first gelding posted! Wow!!

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                                  • #18
                                    Originally posted by Seven-up View Post
                                    Pssst, CaliSyndrome... don't know if you're thinking hunter or jumper, so here's one of each!

                                    Check out these ones on CANTER PA:

                                    Slew City Dan- 17+h, 4 yr. gelding. Love love LOVE this one!
                                    http://www.canterusa.org/pennsylvani...wCityDan-1.jpg
                                    http://www.canterusa.org/pennsylvani...wCityDan-2.jpg

                                    Here To Please- 16.1h 4 yr. gelding. Has some puffy ankles but they say it's just fluid buildup. ??
                                    http://www.canterusa.org/pennsylvani...ToPlease-1.jpg
                                    http://www.canterusa.org/pennsylvani...ToPlease-2.jpg
                                    what a cute face! http://www.canterusa.org/pennsylvani...ToPlease-3.jpg


                                    Enjoy!
                                    I like the last one! He really does have a nice eye and such a cute face. But that CA mare is so darn 'standoutish'. If I wasn't on my iPhone id look through the PA Canter horses.

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                                      #19
                                      I knew everyone here would love them. The first guy is only 3 and still has a lot of filling out to do but he is really lovely. he is clipped and he is a bay so just imagine what hed look like with his summer coat and a bit of weight...WHEW!

                                      The mare is just stunning. absolutely stunning. imagine the sport horse foal out of her!! I Can see why the trainer held onto her to breed. Her sires photo is really nice too. hes really well put-together

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                                      • #20
                                        I'm talking to daddy about the mare as we speak!!

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