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Bananas

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Bananas says:

this is a long shot BUT does any one out there know any thing about my pony?

i have a 14.2 hackney x welsh D gelding chestnut born in 2004 and i have no idea about where he came from as i said its a long shot but does anyone know anything????

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soniadevereux

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Re: this is a long shot BUT does any one out there know any thing about my pony?

what is his name in the passport? Who was his breeder? Has he got a full breeders name? Where in the country was he born?

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Bananas

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Bananas says:

Re: this is a long shot BUT does any one out there know any thing about my pony?

the name of the owner in 2006 is christopher browning and his adress is in essex thats all we know and his name is just Ginger we got him from some friends of ours in 2009

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joanne1969

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joanne1969 says:

Re: this is a long shot BUT does any one out there know any thing about my pony?

Bananas said:

the name of the owner in 2006 is christopher browning and his adress is in essex thats all we know and his name is just Ginger we got him from some friends of ours in 2009



cant you google his name and address and get a phone number 192.com is free to search, i have just done the same with my mare and it was surprising what i have found out, they even sent me photos of her as a filly and her mum n dad are very well known, :) failing that write to the address

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