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|Listed:||ESP 11-4-2012 # 731. Heidi||
History# 731 Heidi. Esp 11-4_2012. 5 yr (approx) chestnut mare
StoryI adopted this girl from Kimberly in December 2012. She was less than 5, more like 3 or early 4. She was so scared she resort. ed to kicking at everything. She was not 15hh (measured out at 13.2) and is an Quarb cross. She is now 14.3hh and healthy. She was not broke to ride but she learned quickly. She is very intelligent an d a quick learned. She is very agile and balanced and is going to make a good starter barrel horse.
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