[Homestead] Draft Horses
waltonrp at gmail.com
Sat Oct 11 06:38:40 EDT 2008
> The thing is, you really don't need something that's papered, so I
> wouldn't get hung up on a specific breed. It's all about the
> individual's attitude. Right now, it appears spotted draughts are the
> "in" thing. Bluck.
Right, the "in" thing is not going to be something I can afford.
Papers are not something I want.
> A really good place to start might be the Virginia Draft Horse
> Club... http://www.vdhma.org/
> If they have an auction of anything coming up, it can be a real
> education just to sit there and watch, particularly if it's a good
> sale, where the Amish and Mennonites are buying and selling actual
> WORK horses.
Thanks, that is what I needed. I'm checking out that sight and it
should get me in touch with some people. Actual work horses sounds
> I have a dealer just south of Orange that I'd trust to do the right
> thing by you, if you'd like to ring her up. She's not fancy or fru
> fru, I promise. She's good people.
Send me her information, I'm loosely putting word out.
Rob - Va
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