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953 nut

:text-coolphotos:                     Couple of fine looking horses there, can't wait to see more from the show.      :wwp:

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Chris G

I really like that 857. But they both are some good looking horses.

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Pullstart

Lookin good Barry!  

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Tankman

Great lookin' Stallions!  :handgestures-thumbupright:

 

Love those Horses!

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