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Date Posted: 21:33:45 10/23/06 Mon
Author: Sue Zoltner
Subject: filly in NY
In reply to: Jill 's message, "Owning a friesian/friesian experience?" on 17:05:22 09/26/06 Tue

Hi Cameron,
I am originally from Rochester, NY. Moved out to Portland OR 3 years ago and started up Legacy Friesians (also work full time as an engineer for Xerox). But anyway, I am listing a filly named Katy-Scarlett who lives in Rochester NY. You should check her out if you are nearby upstate NY. I went there to take a video of her when I was home visiting my parents. You can see her at
www.legacyfriesians.com/othersale.html
The owner is really nice.
Maybe she would take payments....
take care
Sue Z.


>Hi everyone! I just stumbled across this website, it's
>fabulous!
>Anyway, I'm 19 and from New York (any neighbors?) and
>have always wanted to ask you friesian owners, what on
>earth does it take to own a friesian? I have been
>absolutely obsessed with the breed for years, even
>having the good fortune to meet some on my birthday
>and riding a stallion due to an owner's generosity!
>However, they seem like a quite expensive investment,
>and I feel like it's never too early to start
>planning! Should I plan on marrying a rich man or can
>good financial planning do the trick? I've been riding
>for almost 10 years, if that's of any importance.
>
>Also, I know it's probably only a dream, but I'd be
>willing to give my left foot for a chance to have more
>interaction with these horses. If anyone knows of
>anything, please don't hesitate to let me know! :)

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