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Gypsy Horses from menominee, MI


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I am from menominee, MI and I've been a Club Horse member for 5 years, 9 months and 23 days

Nicknames: dancer

Age: 9 years old

Gender: Mare

Breed: Gypsy Horses

Height: 14 hands

Color: black

Type of Riding: western

My Horse's Achievements: won 1th place in jumping,and barrel

My Horse's Favorite Treat: apples ,my homemade treats.

My Horse's Favorite Things To Do: jumping, neighing at her family

Pet Peeves: flies,whips, dirt bikes, atvs.

My Horse's motto: If the human isn't right, then the horse is usually.

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I rescued her from a animal abuser, I was very emaciated. They were going to sell her to a slaughter house, but I saved her from a horrible fate..

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I've had 1110 friends visit me.

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8 friends have voted for me since I joined Club Horse!

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In an effort to improve our website for our visitors, we will be changing some of our service providers. We do not expect to experience any technical difficulties. However, if you are unable to access our website, please be assured it will be temporary as we transition to the new service. 10/19/2013 12:00.00 AM
The History on the Gypsy Beauties
The earliest records of multi-colored horses (such as the gypsy horse) are from cave drawings estimated to be approximately 20,000 years old. In past times, such multi-colored horses were believed to be omens of good fortune.
The association of the Rom with horses is almost legendary. By tradition, the gypsy horse is involved in each and every aspect of family life...faithfully pulling the vardo by day, yet sufficiently amenable and patient to be the gentle mount of gypsy children when the day is done. Often staked out alongside the road with the family wagon in all types of weather when not "on the move," the gypsy horse lives and thrives for the most part by partaking of the grasses which happen to be growing where it is tethered. The heartiness and exceptional disposition of the gypsy horse is its trademark and such an animal is generally considered to be cold-blooded, incredibly adaptable from the moment of birth.Hi am Twilight and thank you for reading please vote for me for March HOTM ,heres a vote for you too

Come visit me, Twilight.

01/09/2013 11:19.26 AM Report This Comment
This could be a cross breed between a gypsy and a sport horse.That could be why it doesnt have a long mane. and it has no feathers.

Come visit me, Cujo, Gabe.......Rest in peace, Icon & Finley.

08/07/2012 04:51.39 AM Report This Comment
Leaving a vote :) I get to go to the Ohio State Fair today!!! I can't wait!!

Maria and Beauty

Come visit me, Beauty -not on much.

08/05/2012 05:45.16 AM Report This Comment

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