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Re: [RC] ranch broke arabs anymore? - Kim


I have two rushcreek ranch broke horses that are wonderful.  Both Laramie and Leigh were working horses at rushcreek.  I bought them as 10 year olds after their cowboys  turned them in to the ranch.  These are fabulous horses who make me look good opening gates, ground tie, have great work ethic, and take care of themselves.  Contact Lyle at Rushcreek and let him know you are looking for a working horse.

Kim Fuess

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On Feb 28, 2009, at 4:50 PM, "Dawn  Simas" <dawnsimas67@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Back in the early 80's, when I was living on a ranch in NV, I bought my best horse off another ranch, the C-Punch.  He didn't have papers, but I assume he was either a big arab, or part QH.  He had a dishy face, but could hold a bull and was 16.1h.  He was never pulled from a ride, was working ranches for the first 6 years of his life.  No nonsense, great work ethic, hearty, sensible, bombproof.  My perfect horse.  Many endurance people assumed he may have been HCC or Rushcreek bred, as I was told by C-Punch that he came originially from a Montana ranch before theirs.
That being said.  Are there any ranch broke arabs still out there?  Not just bloodlines, but working horses for sale?

[RC] ranch broke arabs anymore?, Dawn Simas