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Date Posted: 19:34:57 09/09/06 Sat
Author: CA
Subject: 1st Friesian
In reply to: Cindy Snyder 's message, "Searching for first Friesian" on 17:40:41 09/07/06 Thu

It's not worth the savings, I say go with colt down the road.

>I am searcing for my first Friesian, I'm very excited
>yet scared all at the same time. We are not looking
>for a show horse, this is a middle age womans dream
>(I'm 50) that this horse will be a family pet. We are
>looking at colts and fillies. I know it will be years
>before I can ride, but I have a 17 yr. old Tennessee
>Walker I ride. My question is when I go online to
>AGDirect and some of those websites, I can find young
>ones for $6-8 thousand. I have a very good breeder
>right down the road from me, where I can see the
>little ones, see the personality and feel what I am
>buying. Would these horses that come from far away be
>any different that it would be worth saving the 2-4
>thousand dollars. The one I am looking at is 10,000.
>He is from Anne 340, his mom just died from colic, but
>her father was Wander 352. Once again, I'm not
>looking for a show horse, that is the breeding down
>the road here. I am from Iowa if that would make a
>difference. I appreciate any help you can give me.
>This is a dream I do hope to come true. Thanks for
>your help,
>
>Cindy

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Replies:

  • Re: First Friesian -- LuAnn Grover, 19:02:33 09/13/06 Wed
  • First Friesian -- Cindy Snyder, 06:55:57 09/15/06 Fri

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