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Jump Start on the Camelot Auction 2/17/10

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  • Jump Start on the Camelot Auction 2/17/10

    They all look to be in good shape. Several Belgiums, QHs, Perch mare, Hafflinger (cute) Paints, TB's, Standardbreds, Mule (poor baby is afraid) Paints, Pintos, Arabian, Appys, many more http://hher.webs.com/camelotfeedlot.htm http://forums.delphiforums.com/alexb...es?msg=45723.1 More info: http://horses-10.webs.com/faq.htm http://www.facebook.com/group.php?v=...d=233449394719
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      From facebook page: Just got off the phone with Frank, as of now he has 35horses that will be going through auction tomorrow night...we expected this but hoped not! With this many horses prior to auction, we are gonna end up with at least 50 horses..Please help them... Also slaughter $1.00 per pound.

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        Wasn't someone just looking for Skip Cash? I'm going to go check my other boards, could have sworn I JUST read that name somewhere...

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          Kelly from NJ is, Gallop--she's one of the people who gets the auction list. She's looking for his connections.
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            Originally posted by danceronice View Post
            Kelly from NJ is, Gallop--she's one of the people who gets the auction list. She's looking for his connections.

            Ah, that explains why the name is familiar. Poor boy.

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                      14 horses left, descriptions of a few: #288 TB mare w/tattoo needs some weight $160, #290 Standardbred mare w/tattoo $200, #298 Small pretty young mare $235, #799 TB stallion w/papers $150

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                          10 are available as of 1:20 EST

                          #251 TB mare bay $325.

                          #252 Mule gelding 6/7 yrs. $450.

                          #253 Appy mare $425.

                          #256 TB mare 8/9 yrs. $350.

                          #261 Gelding dk bay 2 yrs. $375.

                          #274 QH mare sorrel papers 8 yrs. $500.

                          #290 STB mare bay $200.

                          #298 Mare sorrel 6 yrs. $235.

                          #994 TB mare bay 11 yrs. 625.

                          #1000 STB bay/blk $375.
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                            Photo of Hip 298. Coolest flame/guitar-shaped nose snip ever!
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                              I think almost all of them are spoken for, according to the ABR board.

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                                All horses are safe...but another auction next Wed

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                                  Wasn't another, similar thread, just closed for advertising? Really, if people want to give the money for auction horses, fine. Camelot runs on a regular schedule. Horses will be there every week. Apparently there is a facebook page people can follow. I personally, do not need an update every week. And yes, I know, I don't have to open the thread, but I get enough annoyance at the title.

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                                    Originally posted by Ajierene View Post
                                    Wasn't another, similar thread, just closed for advertising?...And yes, I know, I don't have to open the thread, but I get enough annoyance at the title.
                                    No, it wasn't closed because of "advertising". It was closed because, as the moderator put it, people were getting snippy with each other, and the mods didn't want to have to devote further resources to deal with the inappropriate behavior of the posters.

                                    From what I saw, the "snippiness" was started by those who were clearly "annoyed" at threads like this. Honestly, I cannot understand the annoyance. With 50 threads per page, and currently 225 pages of threads, surely one can overlook the occasional thread they may find "annoying".

                                    To the OP, thanks for the update! I am very glad and relieved that all the Camelot horses found homes this week. It took an incredible amount of networking and hard work, but it got done. I hope this good trend continues - lots of nice horses got very lucky!

                                    Thanks to you, too, Alibhai's Alibar, for donating your time and professional expertise to take your fantastic pics of the horses that truly captures their real essence. I'm sure it helps the home-finding efforts.
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