Gambler - #037 - Chestnut Thoroughbred Gelding
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|Status||Sold on 10/14/2012Dawn|
|Date Available||10/7/2012 to 10/14/2012|
|Age/Color/Gender||0 Years(Unknown) / Chestnut / Gelding|
|Broke?||Yes Led thru the auction|
DescriptionThis chestnut gelding appeared to be of Thoroughbred type and stood about 15.3hh. He was constantly pacing in his run and appeared to move mostly sound, but his knees are very swollen - especially his left one. He is a bit thin but fine, and his feet look pretty good. He allowed his feet to be picked up and himself to be handled, but he was anxious and really wanted to keep pacing around. He does have shoes on all four feet. He has a blaze and a sock on his left hind.
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