Bumps and Bangs of Life

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It looked bad. My daughter Barbara and a college friend purchased a 2-year-old registered Quarter Horse filly (Casey) last year that had 30 or so days of training on her. They wanted to give the filly some additional training in order to sell her and pay for some school expenses. She was going great. Could do the Quarter Horse jog and the English trot. They tried her over a few low jumps, and sh

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