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BRAVO
Mustang

CAYANNA
Haflinger

NICK
Oldenburg

CLIFFY
Holsteiner

SCOUT
American Spotted
Saddle Horse

Adonis
Arabian

PALADIN
Draft

BRAVO

Foaled January 1985

Sponsored by Shirley A. Lowman

image of Bravo image of Bravo rolling in the arena image of Scout kissing Bravo on the nose

Bravo is a mustang that was born in Mexico and followed his path to Camelot. He is the color of the evening desert, with a brown body and black mane and tail. Bravo is a small horse with a big heart. His smooth western jog and quiet demeanor makes him a pleasure to handle and ride.

When he is turned out to play, he loves to get the herd wound up, picking play fights with the other horses. But when the mare gives him “the look,” he falls in line!

Bravo is known as the horse that lived. He survived a rattlesnake bite several years ago and doctors said it was the worst reaction they'd ever seen in a horse…that survived. We just think he knew he wasn’t finished here on earth. He's an important part of Camelot!


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