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After (5-2016)  Pie cleaned up nicely. Still wish I had more info on him.

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Hi TrailPixie1,


We love these photos you shared of Phoenix! He looks amazing! Would you mind if we shared these photos on our website (horsecity.com) and facebook page? Could you tell us a little bit more about his (and your) story i.e how you got him, the lengths it took for him to be the horse he is now, if you have any plans for him in the future etc.? 


Thank you so much!


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Hi Megan! Thank you! I've had Pie almost 6 months now. I found him on a Facebook page & had to see him in person. He had lice, snots, thrush, was underweight, very skittish & head shy. He rode great though, so I took the chance on him. (Even though my boyfriend said he was the ugliest horse he'd ever seen. Lol!)  


Some groceries, dewormer, hoof treatment & TLC brought out a whole new horse. When he shed out, the transformation was complete. 


The only information I have on him is that he's around 12 yrs old & supposedly QH. The people I bought him from said they got him from a lady in Connecticut that used him as a lesson horse, but he was 'too forward' for the beginners. They think he came through auction before that. I'm still trying to get more information on him myself. He seems very well bred & 'ranchy'. I'd love to know his past. He has a brand on his left shoulder that I've been trying to find online. No luck with that so far.


I'm planning on mainly trail riding, but would love to get into cowboy challenges/obstacle courses with him. He has a great mind, I just have to build a practice course & get working on that part!


I'm hoping someone will see his picture & recognize him. (No white markings other than a few white hairs above his muzzle, but below where the halter nose piece rests. He does have halter scars on his nose. And the ranch brand...other than that though, no real identifying marks.)



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