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|ESP Oct. 2012 040/Genie
StoryTwo weeks before I saw Skye on the AH facebook page, I decided to be a horse parent again. I saw her and immediately fell in love. I didn't even go to the web page before I bought her, I just knew it was right. I haven't been disappointed AT ALL! She is absolutely the sweetest little mare and PERFECT! I couldn't be happier. She loves to be "messed" with. I think she is part puppy! The first ride was a total success. She loves to explore and has the smoothest trot. I'm wondering if she isn't a "shuffler"? I don't care. Skye has found her forever home.
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