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Tony Pritchett
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  • Joelton, TN
  • United States
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How many horses do you own?
5
What breed do you own primarily?
Paso Fino
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http://www.sycamorecreeksaddles.com
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http://www.sonsofsailors.com

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At 6:43pm on February 8, 2011, Hilda J. Keller said…
I think we are going to have nice, warm (er) weather in the next week or so. If it dries up enough, maybe I can finally come out and see if I can help you with your horse. By the way, I was wondering if you know any one that does saddle repairs? I tore a stirrup leather on my old barrel saddle. Let me know. Talk to you soon.
At 11:32am on January 10, 2011, Hilda J. Keller said…
Looks like it will be too doggone muddy, again! Haven't forgotten about you. Hopefully, I will be able to help you with your horse soon. Take care.
At 2:10pm on December 29, 2010, Hilda J. Keller said…
Definitely too muddy. Hopefully after the New Year it will dry out some for us. Hope you have a great New Year's and I will get in touch with you soon.
At 6:46pm on December 27, 2010, Hilda J. Keller said…
Sure, no problem. I have a gelding right now that was super leg/hoof shy when I got him and now I can grab his legs and pick his hooves in the pasture,  no halter. Let me know and I could come to your farm.
At 1:52pm on December 26, 2010, Hilda J. Keller said…
Possibly. What's the problem?
 
 
 

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