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BRAVO
Mustang

CAYANNA
Haflinger

NICK
Oldenburg

CLIFFY
Holsteiner

SCOUT
American Spotted
Saddle Horse

Adonis
Arabian

PALADIN
Draft

SCOUT

Foaled April 1989

Sponsored by Meg Leander

image of Scout playing with Bravo in the arena image of Scout in the arena image of Scout playing with Bravo in the arena

Scout is so good at his job, we could run our entire program with him alone. He is a National Spotted Saddle horse, which means one of his parents was a Tennessee walker and he has patches. This breed of horse is known for their smooth ride. Scout is perfect for any rider. In his past life, he won awards in western competitions such as team penning. He is responsible for helping many students realize that there are no boundaries to success. Scout is an important member in Camelot's colorful herd.


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