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Some days are ruff, some days are hard, but the moment you are one with your horse you get a feeling like no other. We are real. We are tough. We are Equestrian! :)

Some days are ruff, some days are hard, but the moment you are one with your horse you get a feeling like no other. We are real. We are tough. We are Equestrian! :)

.Arabian Horse Arabian Horse Show - Western Competition Egyptian Stallion Breeding PIntabians

.Arabian Horse Arabian Horse Show - Western Competition Egyptian Stallion Breeding PIntabians

Beautiful Leopard Apaloosa Stallion ♥ http://www.wpsubscribers.com/?hop=topogiyo  http://www.desktoplightingfast/Zorro123 http://www.laptoptrainingcollege.com http://welbor.553.clicksurecpa.com/

Beautiful Leopard Apaloosa Stallion ♥ http://www.wpsubscribers.com/?hop=topogiyo http://www.desktoplightingfast/Zorro123 http://www.laptoptrainingcollege.com http://welbor.553.clicksurecpa.com/

Phar Lap (1926 - 1932) is an Australian legend. He was the winner of Australia's Melbourne Cup in 1930, that country's equivalent of the Kentucky Derby. Phar Lap raced during the depression and won the hearts of a nation he ran in. Phar Lap was a national hero and died only 2 years later in Menloo Park, California under very suspicious circumstances. It was long thought that organized crime played a major part in his death

Phar Lap (1926 - 1932) is an Australian legend. He was the winner of Australia's Melbourne Cup in 1930, that country's equivalent of the Kentucky Derby. Phar Lap raced during the depression and won the hearts of a nation he ran in. Phar Lap was a national hero and died only 2 years later in Menloo Park, California under very suspicious circumstances. It was long thought that organized crime played a major part in his death

Pharlap - Pharlap is probably the best known and most revered racehorse in Australian history. In his brief life he repeatedly overcame apparently insurmountable odds to win 37 of 51 races. He was an exceptionally large horse of 17 hands and was of a chestnut colour.

Pharlap - Pharlap is probably the best known and most revered racehorse in Australian history. In his brief life he repeatedly overcame apparently insurmountable odds to win 37 of 51 races. He was an exceptionally large horse of 17 hands and was of a chestnut colour.

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