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BRAVO
Mustang

CAYANNA
Haflinger

NICK
Oldenburg

CLIFFY
Holsteiner

SCOUT
American Spotted
Saddle Horse

Adonis
Arabian

PALADIN
Draft

PALADIN

Foaled January 1987

Sponsored by Sue Baker and
WAWONA Foundation

image of Paladin riding in the desert with Vanessa image of Paladin trotting in the arena after a hard rain image of Paladin and Bravo, from horseback, as they share a snack of flowers

We searched far and wide for a horse like Paladin and the moment we laid eyes on him we knew he was meant for our program. He is a half percheron and weighs more than 1300 pounds. Black as night, strong as steel, pure of heart, this horse serves faithfully all who ride him. His kind eyes follow people with curiosity. His slow jog is perfect for learning to trot. His rocking horse canter demonstrates his great power.

The word Paladin means “knight”. And that he is, as he walks into battle with his comrade, to slay the dragon who says, “I can’t.”


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