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  1. #1
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    Default Been a bit quiet in here of late...

    So where is everyone??? Are we nutters of old all still breeding?



    Well, I am, of sorts, here and there and have worked out some fabulous partnerships over the past year or two...

    During the floods/droughts, EI, Hendra, blah blah Economic crisis etc did you downscale/give up/change direction or just rest your plans?
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    Hi intergity nice to see someones down here most seem to post in Equestrian now.
    i like looking in the other sections (even though we dont breed) so i can learn new stuff and gawk at gorgeous mother and baby pics

    hmmm so where are your pics?
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  3. #3
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    Gelded mine. Big downturn in equine sales of late. Prices of horses dropping and can't compete with the prices that quality animals are selling for. FAR less than it cost to put them on the ground. Amazing numbers of horses going from free to $1000 . Previous $7-10k ponies are asking well under $5k. Quite depressing, really.

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    I'm breeding. Have an arab due october. but it's more for me than to sell. well I'll sell if it's a colt.
    I used to come on this forum a lot, but people stopped coming in here and I can't talk to myself. I usually reply when someone posts here. but since it's so quiet on CH these days it seems smarter to condense to where your questions will be seen.
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    Skymare, have seen the pics you've posted ages ago of your nice mare, what stallion is she in foal to? Rgds
    Without a horse you're half complete.

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    a stallion called Senussi. I'll find a photo of him.



    not a good photo of anna. day after she arrived. her arse is not really that sloped. and she's lost a little bit of weight.

    Last edited by skymare; 08-05-12 at 10:10 PM.
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    Can certainly see the Sindh in him! First Arabian stallion I ever touched - when I worked at Fenwick back in the day. Nice choice! Rgds
    Without a horse you're half complete.

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    Deleted because I wanted to
    Last edited by liet1; 28-05-12 at 07:41 PM.

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    why'd you delete? did you say something mean?
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    No why would I. Extra words were due to forum rules.

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