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April 13, 2021

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Attention to owners of small or large acres and horse lovers – an auction of horses is to be held tomorrow, June 22 , from 10am at the Casino Horse & Saddlery Sale.

The horses at auction vary from foals  and mares, old horses and ridden ones.

The buyers from pet food companies purchase many of them.

I have kept a pony on mu 900m2 residence, the only council requirement in Lismore was that he had to be kept a distance from any kitchen.

The pony kept the lans and grass down very well at four differences residences.

Horses cross the grass about two inches from the ground very evenly.

To download information visit: https://www.trianglehorsesale.com/


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