Subj: Issue 11 Date: 98-02-08 21:53:50 EST From: Secrtariat To: Secrtariat WELCOME!!!!!!!! ******************************************************** Welcome to our 11th edition! Thanks for being in our club and sending in such great stories, articles, and other contributions!!! Thanks for all you have done and keep up the great work!!! The deadline for Issue 12 will be August 8th! Please have all contributions in no later than the 8th of August!!! Don't forget about the message board!!! To get there, click the blue letters: Message Board (If you don't have AOL 3.0, go to keyword PET CARE, then go to MESSAGE BOARDS) You should now be at a screen that says "NEWSGROUPS AND MESSAGE BOARDS IN PET CARE FORUM". Click on KIDS AND PETS (they are listed in alphabetical order) and then click LIST TOPICS. Our board is called HorsePower Club. You may want to go to FIND SINCE, and type in the number of days back you want to go, as there are about 300 or more messages currently. If you have been there before, just click FIND NEW and only the messages posted since your last visit will appear. Post away!!! Visiting the message board will keep you more up-to-date on the most recent news in HorsePower! Plus, there are debates, stories, and a chance to meet members!!! Don't forget about our chats!!! See this part of the newsletter, the message board, or E-Mail an officer if you need information on the times and days! We have a program called Trail Mates that can hook you up with a pen pal from this club. E-Mail MissEquine@aol.com (formerly HorsiErica) for more information. Many of you already have your pen pals though and we hope you are enjoying them! We are changing the format of our newsletter!!! There will still be 4 parts, but instead of a mixture of all different articles, they will be classified much like a newspaper. This part is reserved for Club Information and other Important Stuff like birthdays, classified adds, comments, etc. Part 2 will contain articles and other features sent in by the members (that's you!). Part 3 is the Training and Informational Section and Part 4 is the *Fun* Section! We hope that this will make it easier for you to find the articles and types of articles that interest you!!! If you have an idea for an article that you would like written (or that you want to write), E-Mail EventHorse@aol.com! :-) Without further ado.....the newsletter!!! ******************************************************** Part 1: Index --> This Month In HorsePower... --> Mailbox --> Buy/Sell/Trade --> Getting To Know You --> Web Sites --> A Letter From the President --> Birthday Barn --> Chats ******************************************************** This Month In HorsePower... *AUGUST* August 1- Issue 11 comes out!!! August 3- Meeting at 7:30PM Eastern August 6- Weekly Update #13 August 7- Meeting at 2:30PM Eastern August 8- Deadline for Issue 12 August 10- Meeting at 7:30PM Eastern August 11- HoofBeat Issue 12 comes out. August 13- Weekly Update #14 August 14- Meeting at 2:30PM Eastern August 17- Meeting at 7:30PM Eastern August 20- Weekly Update #15 August 21- Meeting at 2:00PM Eastern August 22- Meeting times Change! - Meeting at 8:30PM Eastern August 24- Meeting at 7:30PM Eastern August 27- Weekly Update #16 August 29- Meeting at 8:30PM Eastern August 31- Meeting at 7:30PM Eastern MailBox If you have a question or comment for the staff of HorsePower, send it in to any officer and we will put it here! All comments sent to us will be published unless you tell us otherwise!!! Thanks to LinzieH, CROPPS, RoxDene, and Corduroy67 for writing in!!! -> Thank you so much for the newsletter. I loved it so much! Keep it up, I can't wait for the next one!!! -Lindsey (LinzieH) -> I think HorsePower is the best club in AOL! I LOVE this club!!! -CROPPS (Carolyn) -> WOW! You have such a COOL NEWSLETTER! This is the BEST! Keep it up! -RoxDene -> I just wanted to say that your newsletters are wonderful!!! I am surprised at how organized they are. They could even be professional! Keep up the good work. I look forward to reading the next issue!!! -Corduroy67 (Jessica) Buy/Sell/Trade If you have something to sell (be it a horse, saddle, or Breyers) or are looking to buy or trade something horsey, E-Mail EventHorse@aol.com and let us know!!! HorsePower is not responsible for any unsatisfactory results associated with the ads below or in any past or future issues! Thank you to Ponyzee and QHorse 83 for ads this month! Looking To Buy: I need some help for a friend. She is looking for an older reining horse. An AQHA one that is around 10 to 15 years old. She needs it to have actual points from AQHA. Willing to pay $1,500.00 to $3,500.00. Would like to buy horse in the Iowa, South Dakota, Nebraska area. Please E-Mail Ponyzee@aol.com. For Sale: Horse For Sale in upstate New York! Registered AQHA grey mare 15.2 hh 16yrs Has arthritis in front right- would improve with treatment Would be good for trails, she never spooks, and light ground work Intermediate - Experienced rider Beautiful horse! Clicker trained! Price- $500 or best offer E-mail QHorse 83@aol.com Getting To Know You Fill out the below form and send it to EventHorse if you want to be in the newsletter!!! :-) This week it's ASunnyGrl. Name: Lauren Screen Name: ASunnyGrl@aol.com Favorite breeds: Thoroughbreds, Appendix, Hanoverians Favorite Horse Sports: Grand Prix jumping Riding Discipline: Hunter/jumper Hobbies Interests: Riding my horse, Apollo, reading magazines, chillin' w/ my buds Web Sites If you have a horsey web site to share, E-Mail EventHorse. Be sure to include the address and I will review it. Also, can anyone think of a creative horsey name for this column? E-Mail your suggestions to EventHorse! Farnam's on the Web! Http://www.farnam.com This is the Farnam Equine products web page. It contains many, many features and it has some cute little horse cartoons on it! :-) -> Tells about Farnam Inc. -> New horse products! -> Videos! -Order and read about videos offered by Farnam -> Farm Equipment -> Tack, First Aid, Hoof care and Nutrition Tips -> Question of the Month -> Coupons! -> Trails of America -> Employment Opportunities: Find yourself a job at Farnam -> A special pet site for non-horsey animals -> Links to other great horse sites! -EventHorse@aol.com- A Letter From The President So, how are you all doing? I hope that our new format is more useful to you! We are hoping to make it easier to find the articles that you love to read! I would like to apologize for 2 things. Firstly for the lateness of the newsletter. I have been very busy with shows and lessons in preparation for Stuart Horse Trials (August 1-3). This is the biggest horse show in my area all year and I am very nervous about it. So, I haven't had the time to sit down and finish the newsletter. But, here it is. Better late than never... My second apology is really not my fault. I was changing the newsletter over to this new format by copying and pasting the articles from the old newsletter format. However, in the middle of saving them, SOMEONE pulled the plug on the computer and some articles were lost. I apologize most deeply for this and if you sent something in that was lost and would like to re-send it, I will put it in the next edition with a great big "I'M SORRY" next to it. Thanks for understanding and enjoy the newsletter! *Rachel of HorsePower* -EventHorse@aol.com- Birthday Barn This article would have been started this issue but for the fact that Jenny is out of town. We will be ready for you next month!!! Happy Birthday to all of our July Birthdays!!! Send your birthdays to JennyCG1@aol.com. : ) Chats Well, we changed our chat schedules. It seems that they are working out well. Thanks for being so mindful of the time changes! We really appreciate it! Here are the chat times and days again: Thursdays 2:30PM Eastern 1:30PM Central 12:30PM Mountain 11:30AM Pacific Sundays 7:30PM Eastern 6:30PM Central 5:30PM Mountain 4:30PM Pacific All chats are held in private room HorsePower. Along with chats twice a week, we will have a weekly "Supervised Chat". (You will be notified each week of the day and time set for that week.) This is an informal meeting of all the members. There will be an officer in the room to supervise, but no topic will be planned. The topic does not have to remain on horses and you can come and go as you please. We hope that these relaxed atmospheres will allow the officers as well as the members to get to know each other better!!! See you at the chats!!! :-) If you think that you will forget the chat days/times, E-Mail EventHorse@aol.com and ask to be put on the ALARM System Mailing list. You will receive chat reminders as a member of that mailing list! ******************************************************** Thanks for reading so far! Move on to part 2 now! : ) ****************************************************** Hay there!!! Glad that you have made it this far. In the second part of out newsletter, we feature articles "By the Members." We hope our new format helps you out! Let us know what you think by sending an E-Mail to EventHorse@aol.com. Part 2: Index --> From the Horse's Mouth --> Feature of the Month --> Essay Contest (***NEW ARTICLE***) --> Survey From the Horse's Mouth If you have a bit of horsey news to share or just anything miscellaneous related to horses, send it to EventHorse@aol.com. Thanks to LOVE4HORSE, Jaamboree, TIBIAMIR, SnoopWoody, KMartin007, and MistysTwi for contributions this month!!! *** If you live in Ohio, Kentucky, or Indiana, there is a monthly newspaper called "Equine Edition." It is a VERY informative, friendly, fun paper that has regular articles that cover things like John Lyons tips, common health problems, classified ads in the tri-state area, has local show results, etc. It is a GREAT newspaper and it isn't very expensive. I highly recommend that you order it if you don't already get it. Also, if you want to try it out, you can buy them at your regular tack and equipment shop (Tack Trunk, McCauley's, Etc.) for $1.75 a copy. To order try calling 1-800-622-2733 ext.550. Or e-mail them at Eqedition@aol.com. These numbers/addresses are also used to send stories, replies, photos, or suggestions regarding horses. --Katie (LOVE4HORSE) *** I am going to a Girl Scout Camp over the summer to teach riding to campers. I will be gone 8 weeks, from June 22nd through August 16th. Here is the camp address for anyone who wants to write me at camp! I will be working up at the corral literally almost 6am-8pm. Any horse lovers who want to chat about riding, any style, can write to me at- Woodstock the AWIT c/o Camp Cedarledge 8501 Girl Scout Rd. Pevely, MO 63070 Again, I will be gone June 22nd through August 16th. Thanks! --Jennifer : ) (SnoopWoody) *** Is anyone going to Ahane? E-Mail TIBIAMIR@aol.com if you are going and if you are going to be in the Walk-Trot or Walk-Trot-Canter!!! --Sarah (TIBIAMIR) *** I'd like to comment on this (See Pony Poems, Issue 10, poem from KimCatl on Iron Metal Chief). Its the Breyer curse. When Breyer makes a famous model they end up dead. Look at Secretariat, Roemer, Gifted, Misty, Stormy, Man-O-War. When they don't die they are hurt. Look at Samsung Woodstock. His model comes out and then he hurts his tendon. Maybe they only get hurt or die when they're completely loved by the world, but then I say, who's next? Maybe Misty's Twilight, maybe Big Ben, maybe Dover, maybe Rugged Lark, maybe Twind, maybe Karma Gypsy, maybe SS Morning Star, maybe Gem Twist, or say it not, maybe Art Deco. Victims of love. --MistysTwi *** GymTracks is a gymnastics club for people of all ages, genders, levels (or just fans!) We have newsletters monthly (it contains: Health and Fitness tips, Advice columns, polls, trivia, members of the month, a highlighted elite gymnast, feedback columns, etc! There is just too much to name!) We have chats every now and then, that are NOT mandatory but a lot of fun, contests with PRIZES, and so much more! The questions is, why not join this cool club? A web page is done, I just need to publish it. (I'm having a few problems...so if you have used AOL press before, Mail me!) President~Yours Truly -Erin-Jaamboree-Age 13-Level 5 Vice Pres~Blondi2323-Kym-Age 12 If you join, send (via E-mail) Kym and me the following information! Name, Age, level, gender, Fav. Gymnast and you'll be all set to go! *Erin* President of GymTracks Feature of the Month Each month, HoofBeat features an article written by one of our members. If you have a topic that you would like to write on, please send it to EventHorse@aol.com. It should be at LEAST 150-200 words and should be well-organized and with as few mistakes as possible! This month, we thank SN00 SN00 for her feature on Appaloosas. It is half-dawn grey and still and cold. Standing hobbled, a bunch of spotted horses wake and snort to the morning. All of a sudden, heads alert to hoofbeats sounding far off, now close. The stillness of the dawn cracks! Indian scouts riding into camp, crying, "Awake! Buffalo! They run!" Out of their tepees come the Nez Pierce Indians, bows and arrows held high. They leap onto their spotted horses and with eyes fixed on the scouts and take off through a trail winding through the trees and brush to a prairie lying deep in shadow. Buffalo smell is on the wind. And now the shadow divides, breaking up into great lumpy beasts scuttling across the mountain meadow. The chase is on! Over wide plains, up and down sharp hillsides, through untracked country the horses charge, closer and closer to the mass of furry beasts. Arrows sing! The dawn is a whirlpool of fury, animals screaming and bellowing, Indians yelling, earth quaking to the thunder of buffalo feet. All along the trail brown hulks fall, thinning out the herd, and after awhile the noise dulls and the chase is done. Full morning comes in a gold blaze, and with it, peace to the Indians and the pinch of hunger ended. Buffalo meat is good, and the hides will warm the squaws and papooses. To the spotted horse, too, morning brings reward. Young tender twigs to chew, and time for browsing. Then homeward to the sheltered valley of The Winding Waters." Hi! My name is Megan Gregory. I'm a HorsePower member, and here is an article on the Appaloosa horse. The scene above, taken from Marguerite Henry's Album of Horses, describes the Nez Perce Indians hunting buffalo on horseback-more specifically Appaloosa-back. The Nez Perce Indians developed the breed we know today as the Appaloosa. Horses made their first appearance in North America when they came over with the Spanish Conquistadors in the 16th Century. By this time, native Americans were living in the woods and plains of what would later become the United States. They were very interested in these spotted horses, and acquired some for themselves by capturing those running free, or by trading with the Spaniards. The Nez Perce Indians were especially skilled when it came to horsemanship, and before long, their way of life depended on the spotted horses they valued so highly. The success of their buffalo hunts, from which they derived food, shelter, and clothing, was in the hooves of their swift, though horses. Security from the hostile Blackfoots' guns with flint stones was dependent on the horses ability to out maneuver their guns and outrun their mounts.. Not only were the Nez Perce skilled in horsemanship, they were also skilled in horse breeding. They selectively bred the spotted horses in their homelands- the Palouse River Valley, Oregon, from which the breed takes its name. Their strict breeding policy included gelding any male horses that did not meet their standards, and trading away unsuitable females. The poorer horses were often used as pack horses, or traded off. The aged horses were used as mounts for the old people, while only the very best became the buffalo runners. Through this selective breeding, the Nez Perce produced a strain of spotted horses that were not only beautiful and distinctively marked, but more importantly swift, hardy, and practical work horses suitable for hunting, or if need be, war. Unfortunately, the Appaloosa almost disappeared when the US Army was sent in to drive the Nez Perce out of their homelands after they refused to leave upon the government's order. The government was eyeing their land for Westward expansion. When the soldiers moved in, the bewildered Indians rounded up their treasured horses and attempted to drive them across the Snake River. Unfortunately, it was flood time and many animals were drowned. Then, under the guidance of Chief Joseph, they began a heroic flight to escape across the Canadian border. For several long months, the Army chased them over the rugged terrain of the West. Finally, after 1,300 miles they were forced to surrender on October 5, 1877 just 40 miles from Canada. In a sad speech, Chief Joseph said, " From where the sun now stands, I will fight no more forever." The army slaughtered most of their carefully bred horses, and those sold were subjected to random breeding until the once-abundant Appaloosa became a nearly forgotten breed. The Appaloosa was saved from extinction when, in 1937, a student named Francis Haines wrote an article that inspired horsemen to search the valleys and plains for the last of these spotted creatures, and , once again, breed them selectively- only the best to the best. In 1938, the Appaloosa Horse Club was formed, and now there are more than half a million Appaloosas registered, and about 10,000 added annually. Their registry is exceeded only by the Quarter Horse Association and the Jockey Club. Although the Appaloosa is associated with the American horse world, spotted horses have been around much longer. European cave drawings 20,00 years old depict horses marked like the Appaloosa. Oriental art dating from before Christ also show spotted horses. Appaloosas were once known in China as heavenly horses and in Persia as sacred horses. The modern Appaloosa stands 14.2-15.3 hands in height, and has a straight, lean head with a wide forehead and medium-size, pointed, ears. The neck has a clean throat latch and a large windpipe. The mane, as well as the tail, are thin and sparse, because on a buffalo hunt, they needed to whisk through the brush without being caught. The shoulders are long, well-muscled, and sloping, and the withers are well-defined. The chest is deep, but not particularly wide, and the back is short and straight, while the loin is short and wide. The underline is long, and the hips are long, sloping, and muscular, leading to well-rounded hindquarters. The legs show a lot of quality, with a well-muscled forearm, a broad knee, short, wide and flat cannons, well-supported fetlocks, medium-sloped pasterns, and rounded, deep feet that are open and wide at the heels. On the hind legs, the thighs and gaskins are long and muscular, and the hocks are clean and straight. American and Australian Appaloosas are of a quarter horse, or western type, while British "Appies" are more of a hunter type. They both, however, have certain color characteristics, which include mottled skin ( visible at the nostrils and lips ), vertically striped hooves, and a white scelera encircling the eye. All Appaloosas must also exhibit one of the following coat patterns: Leopard Spotted, which is spots of any color on a white or light-colored background; Blanket Spotted, a white rump or back on which there may be spots of any color, or no spots at all; Snowflake, white spots on any color except gray; Marble, red or blue roan with darker coloring around the edges of the body; or Frost, white speckling on a dark background. The Appaloosa is an extremely versatile animal that is used for many disciplines in the horse world. Its primary use in the United States is as a stock, pleasure, or trail horse, where this horse's gentle, willing temperament make it an enjoyable ride. The Appaloosa Horse Club sponsors 4, week-long trail rides each year for Appaloosa enthusiasts. One of these rides, the Chief Joseph Trail Ride, traces the path the Nez Perce traveled so long ago. The Appaloosa is also being increasingly used for jumping and racing. In the Nez Perce Stake Race, horses and riders compete to be the first to finish a tricky pole-bending course. Appaloosas also excel in endurance riding, where their stamina and incredibly resilient hooves come in handy, and in parades, for which their handsome appearance is ideal. In England, where "Appies" are more of a hunter type, they have also been successful in show jumping, eventing, dressage, and hunting. Two breeds that the Appaloosa helped found are the Colorado Ranger Horse and the POA, or Pony of the Americas. Interestingly enough, a colorful coat is not necessary for a horse to be registered as a Colorado Ranger. Eligibility is dependent on the possession of a pedigree tracing to the required foundation bloodlines. The Colorado Ranger Horse began in Turkey, when Ulysses S. Grant was visiting the Sultan and was presented with 2 horses-a grey, purebred Arab named Leopard, and a blue-grey Barb called Linden Tree. The Appaloosa influence comes in when these 2 horses spent a season at Colby Ranch in Nebraska, siring stock from native, mostly spotted mares. They were immediately in demand by western breeders because of their excellence and beautiful coloring. The breed was further developed by A.C. Whipple of Kit Carson County, Colorado (say that 5 times fast!) and Mike Ruby of the Big Lazy J Bar Ranch. These horses were recognized as a breed in 1934. Rangers are very hardy and possess great stamina, almost surely due to the infusion of Appaloosa blood, although they are more refined as a result of Arabian and Barb foundations. The Pony of the Americas was essentially the creation of Leslie Boombower of Mason City, Iowa. His aim was to produce a well-confirmed riding pony, with colorful markings that was suitable for children to ride in both English and Western disciplines. He also wanted this pony to be all-American, instead of a traditional British import. The foundation sire for this breed was Black Hand, a cross between a Shetland stallion and an Appaloosa mare. Quarter Horse and Arabian blood was later introduced, and the modern POA resembles a miniature Quarter Horse-Arabian cross, with Appaloosa coloring, and some other Appaloosa characteristics, including very sound hooves. There is very little evidence of the early Shetland blood. The POA is smart as well as colorful, and is the perfect choice for a young and/or disabled rider. As you can see, the Appaloosa is a very beautiful, extremely versatile animal with a great temperament. So, if you want a good jumper, a successful pleasure horse, or just a trail riding companion, there's an Appaloosa for you. Appaloosa. Color your life! -Megan -SN00 SNOO@aol.com- Essay Contest This is a *new* column! You will be given a topic and will write an essay on it. This is voluntary. All essays are due on the deadline. They will be judged and if there is room, ALL essays will be featured in the newsletter. If not, just the top 3 will be. Here are the rules: *1* This is an ESSAY CONTEST, please try to make your work presentable. Check all spelling errors and typos. It is alright is you make some spelling mistakes, but try your best on those difficult words. *2* Proofread your work before sending it in, or have someone else read it for you! *3* Please send all work to EventHorse (AOL) by the deadline. I will not judge any essays after that. *4* Some tips: Make your work look nice....a bold or underlined title will help, not required of course. Check spelling Stick to the topic and try not to have run-on sentences Originality will earn you some points Have fun and write about something you WANT to. I know I never write things well if I don't like the topic! This month's topic is..... ** How Horses Have Made a Change In My Life... ** Good Luck! : ) Survey Unfortunatly, this article was one of those lost when someone unplugged Rachel's computer, so the results to last issue's survey were lost. But we would still like to include a question for this issue! : ) Question: Do you show? -MissEquine@aol.com- That concludes Part 2 of the HoofBeat! Keep on rolling to Part 3... Subj: Issue 11 Date: 98-02-08 21:53:50 EST From: Secrtariat To: Secrtariat WELCOME!!!!!!!! ******************************************************** Welcome to our 11th edition! Thanks for being in our club and sending in such great stories, articles, and other contributions!!! Thanks for all you have done and keep up the great work!!! The deadline for Issue 12 will be August 8th! Please have all contributions in no later than the 8th of August!!! Don't forget about the message board!!! To get there, click the blue letters: Message Board (If you don't have AOL 3.0, go to keyword PET CARE, then go to MESSAGE BOARDS) You should now be at a screen that says "NEWSGROUPS AND MESSAGE BOARDS IN PET CARE FORUM". Click on KIDS AND PETS (they are listed in alphabetical order) and then click LIST TOPICS. Our board is called HorsePower Club. You may want to go to FIND SINCE, and type in the number of days back you want to go, as there are about 300 or more messages currently. If you have been there before, just click FIND NEW and only the messages posted since your last visit will appear. Post away!!! Visiting the message board will keep you more up-to-date on the most recent news in HorsePower! Plus, there are debates, stories, and a chance to meet members!!! Don't forget about our chats!!! See this part of the newsletter, the message board, or E-Mail an officer if you need information on the times and days! We have a program called Trail Mates that can hook you up with a pen pal from this club. E-Mail MissEquine@aol.com (formerly HorsiErica) for more information. Many of you already have your pen pals though and we hope you are enjoying them! We are changing the format of our newsletter!!! There will still be 4 parts, but instead of a mixture of all different articles, they will be classified much like a newspaper. This part is reserved for Club Information and other Important Stuff like birthdays, classified adds, comments, etc. Part 2 will contain articles and other features sent in by the members (that's you!). Part 3 is the Training and Informational Section and Part 4 is the *Fun* Section! We hope that this will make it easier for you to find the articles and types of articles that interest you!!! If you have an idea for an article that you would like written (or that you want to write), E-Mail EventHorse@aol.com! :-) Without further ado.....the newsletter!!! ******************************************************** Part 1: Index --> This Month In HorsePower... --> Mailbox --> Buy/Sell/Trade --> Getting To Know You --> Web Sites --> A Letter From the President --> Birthday Barn --> Chats ******************************************************** This Month In HorsePower... *AUGUST* August 1- Issue 11 comes out!!! August 3- Meeting at 7:30PM Eastern August 6- Weekly Update #13 August 7- Meeting at 2:30PM Eastern August 8- Deadline for Issue 12 August 10- Meeting at 7:30PM Eastern August 11- HoofBeat Issue 12 comes out. August 13- Weekly Update #14 August 14- Meeting at 2:30PM Eastern August 17- Meeting at 7:30PM Eastern August 20- Weekly Update #15 August 21- Meeting at 2:00PM Eastern August 22- Meeting times Change! - Meeting at 8:30PM Eastern August 24- Meeting at 7:30PM Eastern August 27- Weekly Update #16 August 29- Meeting at 8:30PM Eastern August 31- Meeting at 7:30PM Eastern MailBox If you have a question or comment for the staff of HorsePower, send it in to any officer and we will put it here! All comments sent to us will be published unless you tell us otherwise!!! Thanks to LinzieH, CROPPS, RoxDene, and Corduroy67 for writing in!!! -> Thank you so much for the newsletter. I loved it so much! Keep it up, I can't wait for the next one!!! -Lindsey (LinzieH) -> I think HorsePower is the best club in AOL! I LOVE this club!!! -CROPPS (Carolyn) -> WOW! You have such a COOL NEWSLETTER! This is the BEST! Keep it up! -RoxDene -> I just wanted to say that your newsletters are wonderful!!! I am surprised at how organized they are. They could even be professional! Keep up the good work. I look forward to reading the next issue!!! -Corduroy67 (Jessica) Buy/Sell/Trade If you have something to sell (be it a horse, saddle, or Breyers) or are looking to buy or trade something horsey, E-Mail EventHorse@aol.com and let us know!!! HorsePower is not responsible for any unsatisfactory results associated with the ads below or in any past or future issues! Thank you to Ponyzee and QHorse 83 for ads this month! Looking To Buy: I need some help for a friend. She is looking for an older reining horse. An AQHA one that is around 10 to 15 years old. She needs it to have actual point
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