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|Name:||Vague now mystical :-)|
|Owner:||Adopted from PMR|
StoryWhile I don't remember all of her history, she is a real sweetheart. I'd originally seen her listed, but I had to wait for payday to be able to pay for her and transport. Well she'd already been saved by my payday which I was just glad she had been saved. I'd been talking to an awesome lady, and found out that she had been the one to save her, well needless to say I adopted her, and she is a diamond in the Roth. She does need a refresher, but that's ok she is an amazingly sweet girl and has had some really good training as far as ground manners. Not sure about being broke to ride since she seems overly nervous about the saddle, but we are working with her. Love this girl! Here are pictures of my son with her.
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