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Does anyone know where I can take my horses to ride in NC on the beach?
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****Looking for a black Percheron mare to buy...

I want a very tall black percheron mare to purchase. Im dying to have one before it gets cold...Does anyone have one for sale or know of someone that does? Thanks so much.

Posted on August 14, 2009 at 11:16pm — 1 Comment

**Looking for an Arabian to buy**

Hi, I am looking for another arabian. I really want a gelding, but a mare would do. It has to be Egyptian, and 15" hands or taller. Hope someone can help me. Thanks so much :)

Posted on March 6, 2009 at 12:38am — 7 Comments

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At 7:08am on February 26, 2011, Melinda Smith said…

Hi Mary.  I know you asked about the horse in the picture of Byron & Diablo, but for some reason I could not find your comment to reply to.  Anyway, sorry it took a while to get back to you.

As for muscle tone:  I am no expert, but we feed twice a day, hay always available for them.  Our pasture is kind of hilly, so just walking around in it gives them a workout, and they are on pasture all of the time.  We also manufacture horse exercisers, Supreme Horse Walkers, LLC www.supremewalker.com, and we use ours, particularly in preparation for any upcoming trail riding trips to get them in shape for it.  Other than that, it is just the way the horse is built. 

Thank you for asking.

At 3:32am on June 24, 2009, The Rossons said…
Hi Mary,
When would be the best time to call? I work the evening shift ,so I'm usually around during the day. Thanks, Donnie Rosson
At 9:07pm on March 29, 2009, ashley blair said…
try this one i found www.hillsbrookfarm.com 859-200-0547
At 12:53am on March 25, 2009, ashley blair said…
yea i dont blame you. there some breeders here in the l-ville lexington area. ill get you some numbers. there a guy here that raises them i know he sells some for alot. i could get you his number also
At 11:13pm on March 24, 2009, ashley blair said…
are you still looking for an arabian?
At 7:47am on March 23, 2009, jan said…
Do a Mapquest. It's probably 40 miles. I'd be glad to meet you out there some time. I'll get a friend to take a picture of him and get him online. They may be putting him on Craigslist. Do you know where the Loveless Cafe is on Hwy 100? I could meet you out there and go to Fairview. I really want him to find a good home he is such a sweet animal.
At 12:54pm on March 18, 2009, jan said…
Mary, I don't have pictures of Star(well I do but they are old) And don' t have the setup here at work to send them. He is probably 7yrs old. He has great conformation an good bone(he's not a skinny Arab) Do you know where Fairview is? I would love to show him to you. He is probably right at 15H.
At 11:15am on March 18, 2009, jan said…
I know of a bay Arab gelding in Fairview . He's not registered and not broke to ride. I have done groundwork with him and he's very smart and willing. He has had a rider on him but it has been 3-4yrs. Not sure of the price but I'm sure it would be low.
At 10:32pm on March 16, 2009, Frankie(Evie) said…
when the weather clears up i will get some pics of him and send them to you
At 12:33pm on March 14, 2009, Georgia Martin said…
Hi Mary, Thanks so much. They are the love of my life. :)
The white stallion pictured is my stallion and I lost him August 2008, he was working on 31 years old. I bought him at 11 months so we were together most my adult life. and yes it was fun breeding Arabians, but now there are so many horses needing homes I have not bred for many years. I do have people email me that need homes for their Arabians, many have lost jobs etc and need to find home for there horses, so I will keep you in mind should anyone have something available. I only have 2 Arabians now and an adopted Appaloosa. They are my kids, one of them is a daughter of my stallion "Moses".
There is a down side to breeding for 30 years.. you are then OLD. :):)

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