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August 05, 2010


Alison Talbot

What a damn good site and thank you so much for posting this. He looks amazing in the last photo's onhere and I wish you had added more. How is Cowboy now? I am in the uk and I have a colt with suspected strangles so I am waiting to get him tested. He was completely wild and unhandled so now we can finally hold him, we can do the next step and see if our young man has this awful disease.


Bless you! He is beautiful and your efforts have paid off! I am now a follower of yours and can't wait to explore your blog.

melbourne cup

i hope the horse is ok... that wound looked pretty nasty.

Anita Lee

These pictures tell such a story! I have an acquaintance in CA who had a similar experience with Heavens Gait Farm - could we please talk privately? my email is dmrbluemoon@gmail.com. I would like some information about your dealings with HGF if you don't mind...

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