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natalie

RIP old man

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Lost a friend yesterday. Had to put him down because of his age/health. Doc was thirty years old.

This picture was taken a few years ago.

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These pictures were taken last summer.

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30 YRS OLD!!! he sure lived a nice long life...looks like he was an awesome horse and probably a great friend...sorry for your loss....RIP

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How sad. Sorry to hear that. So glad you were able to get some nice photos of him.

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nice looking old "pal". I love those horses. my mom had one years ago. dad said either the horse goes or he would. she regretted keeping dad!!!!

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I am really sorry for your loss... Looks like he was a great friend. Rest In Peace...

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I sympathize with you, I lost Leo at 28yo last year.

Now he rests peacefully, laid down facing west where he came from (Wyoming)...he's going home.

All my children rode that horse and learned to ride with him.

It's a huge loss, very hard to cope with.

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Grew up with horses, feel your loss. Best wishes to you and the family. RIP

Chad

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Looks like a great friend. Sorry to hear of him passing. Try to Remember all the good times you and your family shared with him and be thankfull you where able to know him.

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