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It sickens me to think someone who was paid to care for a horse did this then lied about the health of the animal saying he should be put down because he isn't able to keep weight. He was his previous owners first horse, now because of animal control accusing the wrong person, he is gone forever for her.

It only took me 35 days to DUMP this many pounds on a 17 hand horse.

Wack Em on April 26:



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Oh my gosh! You're doing great with him, looks like a new horse. Just wonderful, you have quite a bond with all your horses, so much trust. Love it!
 

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Boy is he lucky to have you. Keep up the good work as he looks wonderful.

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wow you have done an amazing job!! he is so handsome!
 

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He's beautiful you've done a great job!
 

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He looks great Nicole...you and your friend have done an awesome job with him!
 
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Thank-you!

Hes a great horse all around. He seems to love the dressage and jumping, hes also a good trail horse and very safe. We've put several beginners on him and he takes good care of them.

Yes, he is a Thoroughbred.
 

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