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PostSubject: Hanaeleh has Rio   Thu Jul 02, 2009 11:19 am

We took Rio in on Sunday and he is very sweet! He is getting his feet done on Saturday and will be UTD on all of his shots, wormer, etc. by next week. He is doing very well in the paddock with Tamahome and Nevada and is really very mellow.

We are going to work with Rio for a few weeks to let him settle in, then we will put him up for adoption- our treasurer already has her eye on him, though!
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PostSubject: Rio- Arabian Paint   Wed Jun 17, 2009 10:14 pm

Horse for Sale:
He is a well-tempered, 17-year-old pinto gelding. He is very easy to tack. Loves to be groomed, love any kind of love from anyone. He does well taking direction from new people. I have used him mostly for trail riding, but I'm sure he would do well if someone wanted to train him for shows or ever someone wants to train him for. He trailers very well in fact get out of his way, he jumps right in! He loves to be on trail, does fine anywhere in the group. He loves other horses. He also loves to go camping.
Sell price $2,000 or best offer
He is an Arabian mix.
He is located in Trabuco Canyon, down the road from Rose Canyon Cantina.

If you have any questions, or want to see any more pictures, please call me at 949-922-3799.
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