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Hotshot Harley the Appaloosa
Harley is tall and lanky as a 16.3 coming three year old. Imagine how good he'll look once he fills out. He's got beautifully loud appaloosa markings and a very nice trot.
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YM Leopard Booty Call
This 100% Foundation Pedigreed Appaloosa filly is chock full of spots. Bred for sport horse disciplines this girl will be sure to get noticed with her flashy markings.
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Pony Love Tee Shirt
This super cute tee shirt comes in both black and white. Any girl who loves ponies would love this sketchy pony drawing in bright colors running across the shirt with the words "Pony Love" above.
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WAR Tobys Troubadour the Appaloosa
Big leopard spots like the ones sported by Toby don't happen by accident; they are the result of years of careful breeding of Foundation Leopard Appaloosas. Toby is a 100% Foundation Bred Appaloosa.
Gotta Wear Shades the Paint
I like this horse a lot. "Shades" first off is a cute name for him. I'm a bit disappointed there wasn't a photo of him wearing sunglasses. Shades has a nice head, good sized feet (I like a horse with appropriately sized hooves, not super tiny), good amount of muscle, but not too much. He's also not a heifer. His coloring is pretty spectacular too. It would seem the judges agree with me because Shades has numerous color and halter class winnings.
ODF Total Maid Dream the Appaloosa
I love it when I can feature horses that aren't Stallions. I don't want this to turn in the Show Stallion Gallery. This is "Hanna" a 2004 Appaloosa mare. She was featured on the cover of a book called "The Legendary Appaloosa". She has earned two ApHC ROMs in Halter and Most Colorful.
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