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Reply Jamesinine
3:19 AM on April 4, 2017 
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Reply Jackie Twigg
7:04 PM on May 10, 2016 

I was looking over your beautiful site.  I was interested in learning more about your son, Scott.  I have a lady who is leasing my horse and will be keeping her with Scott for some time.  

Thank you for having such a beautiful and informative site.

Reply whitehawkfarm
3:19 PM on January 17, 2016 

Thanks for asking, Robin  Skaskiw.  The number and how often we have horses for sale, varies.  If Wen does not sell, we will keep her.  She is that nice.  If we do decide to sell her, sometime after that, she will be considerably more expensive, due to further training.  At this time, we have three mares in foal, all due within the next few months.  One or two of those foals may end up for sale after weaning.  Although we tend to keep them for a while longer than that to see how they turn out.  Wen was like this for us, and she turned out really wonderfully, and would not be for sale, except we are expecting those 3 more.  Thank you for your interest! :)

Reply Robin Skaskiw
12:09 AM on January 9, 2016 
Wondering how often you have horses for sale. Looking at Wen. I think she's gorgeous. But I'm not quite ready.
Reply whitehawkfarm
1:20 PM on March 18, 2015 

Bonnie writes>:Thank you Deb!  I had no idea I was that noteworthy. :)  Set something up with Scott the next time he is out to do your ponies and come on out to the farm.  I can meet you over there, if I know when you are coming.  Also, thank you for the kind words about Scott. :D

Deb Twomey says...

Hi Bonnie. I moved to Marshville from Maine about 1 1/2 years ago. I only know a few people in town but as of today, March 17th, three people have told me that I must meet you. Your son does my ponies feet and of course I love him as does everyone else. And I would love to visit your horses. I hope that someday soon we will meet.  Deb

Reply Deb Twomey
11:41 PM on March 17, 2015 

Hi Bonnie. I moved to Marshville from Maine about 1 1/2 years ago. I only know a few people in town but as of today, March 17th, three people have told me that I must meet you. Your son does my ponies feet and of course I love him as does everyone else. And I would love to visit your horses. I hope that someday soon we will meet.  Deb

Reply Annie Green
7:37 PM on March 31, 2014 

Great website -- lots of good information.  A pleasure to read.  I live at Lake Norman and haven't had horses since I moved up here -- you can't afford to board or own enough land and live at the lake, and husband is a sailboat person.  Just really enjoyed your website and you have some beautiful horses.   Best to you.  Annie

Reply Charley
7:19 AM on January 3, 2014 

Hey Scott, Shockingly this is the first i have looked at the website, but it is awesome!!!! and Eli is absolutely amazing!!! Hope ya'll are doing well, havent heard from yall in a while. If you ever need an exerciser or something let me know. I got back into horses again. Good luck with everything.

Have a good day!

Charley Wilson

Reply Larissa Drake
12:53 PM on February 22, 2013 

Hey Scott I sent you emails of my QH mare and also have all the info on my face book page. Did you get the email I sent you? Let me know please.... Thanks from Larissa & God Bless 910-585-7213

Reply Larissa Drake
3:25 PM on February 16, 2013 

Love your professional website, it is very impressive pardon the pun, hehe glad you included the Immpressive gene info. on your site as well, nice touch.. I'll contact you about Mandy I am very interested.