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|Listed:||Other Feb/2013 586 Pompeii||
HistorySelah Kill Pen
Story He has been with me for about 3 weeks now. Rode him a few times and it turns out he is my best trained horse. Got his feet trimmed last week and he did great. He is gaining weight nicely and looks beautiful. Does not neck rein at all so that is something that we will be working on. :). He is my sweetheart. Always meets me at the gate and tries to get treats from my pocket. I am so happy that I found him.
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