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Advert Description : Pepper. 2 year old. Lovely filly. Skewbald she is halter broken but still a little shy at times intill she gets to know you, but very willing to learn.. Due to down stocking as got to many horses we are forced to sell this lovely girl .. Viewing is welcome. She is out of a section d mare. And a gypsy cob x tb sire. she has not filled out to much yet but she will be a good weight carrier poss ride n drive potential. Passported and micro chipped. £500ovno.

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4) Which Horse Breed is Best for Me?




 
 
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