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RE: Question for Mustang people

I own two mustangs from Oregon.  The freeze brand indicates the range, age,
color and expected breed or body type of the horse.  Contact the BLM and
they will be able to send you a chart that will allow you to decipher the

One of my mustangs is a Palomino QH type, she has a 'Scribbles Ratchet'
Pinto colt at her side (who is a very nice looking) and the previous owners
bred  her back to the same stud.  So I will have a new baby in May.  The
other mustang is an Oregon Sheepshead mare, black TH, Morgan or QH type.


-----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent: Monday, September 10, 2001 8:22 PM
Subject: RC: Question for Mustang people

Suzanne  Boyd
Can someone tell me what (if anything) the brand on a mustang means? Does
it give any info. as to where the horse came from or the age of the horse?
Just curious. I looked at a mustang mare tonight that my friend pulled out
of the Sugarcreek meatpen.  She's pretty accurate at aging horses and
guessed her at 4. Seems to be a nice mare. Stood quiet to be saddled;was
green but did nothing wrong. Picked up all her feet.  She was very square
and had nice big feet. And it didn't hurt that she was palomino!  She had
some cuts on her head,probably from trailering but other than that was in
decent shape.

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