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Ferrah

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I've had my lovely AMHA/AMHR gelding for over two years now.

Here he is driving with only about 30 days in harness:



Here he is at a show this May:



Here is Spyder last spring 2007:



Here is Spyder just last week 2008!



I have learned so much from this horse. He is amazing, forgiving, kind and patient dispite all the mistakes I made with him at first he is still willing and wonderful. After much thought I have decided to sell him so that he can teach someone else as much about Minis and driving as he has taught me!

We've come a long way baby!
 

Brandi*

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Ah what a nice story
Sounds like you both taught each other a whole lot
Hopefully you can find him that perfect home
 

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That's such a great story! I know it must be hard for you to give up Spyder, but it's for a great reason! And might I say he is quite the looker!! It's amazing how much they grow in a year!
 
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maplegum

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We haven't seen you guys around here for a while.

He's looking really good and will make someone very happy!
 

Reignmaker Miniatures

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I will miss seeing Spyder and his little buddy Cinnabar at shows and fun events. Do you have any plans to get new horses after they sell? I know this is a busy time in your life and you might be taking a break but if you do I hope it is a short one.
 

Ferrah

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Yes, I am hoping to get a new horse in spring or summer of 2009. But if I end up taking a year off between horses, that is ok too!
 

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Wow, you have indeed!
Both horses look much more mature and confident in their "after" shots.

Leia
 

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