A horse is a horse of course of course

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    Our neighbor had one similar. He raised miniature horses and had national/world champs. Every so often, one turns out like this dwarf. Usually the legs are pretty bad, a happy note for Koda that his legs weren't so bad they couldn't be kind of fixed. :)

    The link provided shows what great miniature horses look like. Typically the best look like very small Arabians. Buckeroo was raised down the road from me and being a normal horse-crazy girl, I was fortunate enough to be around him and a lot of his progeny. He was sold over 20 years ago for $100,000.00, which was a record for that time, if I'm not mistaken. But if you look at him or ever saw him at show, you can see why.

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    That lil guy is very weird looking.
     

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