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HistoryWe purchased Mercedes at ESP in Oct 2006 as a show prospect for my daughter. I believe there is a diamond in the rough at every auction and boy did we hit the jackpot with this mare.
StoryMercedes was underweight and full of worms and just in general bad health when we purchased her. Over the next several years, with a good diet, regular veterinary care and the help of a couple amazing trainers she has blossomed into one of the horses to beat at all of the local shows. My daughter has grown up with Mercedes and they are a great team. Watch for them at all the local 4-H and open shows!
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When bringing home a new equine it is always wise to practice quarantine procedures.
Horses coming from an auction or kill pen environment present a higher than average likelihood of having been exposed to disease or virus.
It is highly recommended that all horses purchased be subject to a 30 day quarantine prior to being introduced to healthy equines.