We call them Crystaline and Amethyst. Although they were trained to pull (also have their harnesses), our daughters rode them together Ã¢ mostly bareback but saddled alsoÃ¢ in the woods and to teach kids about Christ at a Christian horse camp. TheyÃ¢ve been pastured with a Percheron/Friesian gelding so their manes arenÃ¢t as Ã¢fairy-tailÃ¢ as before, but they are still ever so nice and pretty.... (read more)The quickest way to tell them apart is the younger one, Crystaline, ~18, has 2 white spots on her right shoulder and she gets a lovely ghost dapple in the summer. Amethyst is ~19, but is more subdued.The girls are going to college and IÃ¢m not able to care for their horses any more. ItÃ¢s too bad we never bred them because they are the last mares from Aladdin van de Peelkant.We will not sell them separately.
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