The Casual Impossible Horse Hunt: August update

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Re: The Casual Impossible Horse Hunt

Postby musical comedy » Mon Jun 04, 2018 10:42 pm

One thing to consider with buying a palomino or horse of any odd color or one that has spots is that you stand out and are remembered. That can be a good thing, or a bad thing.

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Postby StraightForward » Tue Jun 05, 2018 4:06 am

khall wrote:How common is palomino in WBs or crosses though? Pretty small sample size I would guess. Definitely more common in the Iberians, but prices are not always cheap for them either. Probably could get a young one for $15,000.


What I've seen, it's mostly in the RPSI, but the color comes at a premium, and you can get more quality in a plain bay or chestnut package at the same price point.
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Postby redsoxluvr » Tue Jun 05, 2018 5:18 am

musical comedy wrote:Regarding the palomino mare Redsox mentioned, I wonder if this is it. This one is around 5k usd. I don't know what shipping is for a mare from UK. It's around 10k to new york counting quarantine.

https://sporthorse-data.com/classifieds ... e-prospect

The other prospects on this thread are yucky.


Interesting filly, but not the one I know of. The one I know of is 4 this year, 6500 GBP or best offer. She is by Treliver Decanter and is lightly started. The pic below is her as a 2yo.
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Re: The Casual Impossible Horse Hunt

Postby AmityBee » Tue Jun 05, 2018 10:11 am

...something straight out of spain maybe... ;)

https://www.elegante-andalusier.com/eng ... al-colors/

This one, maybe:

https://www.elegante-andalusier.com/eng ... erbal-lba/


Not a palomino, be the coclor sure works for me ;)

https://www.elegante-andalusier.com/eng ... /carinoso/

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Postby Jan & PJ » Tue Jun 05, 2018 11:31 am

Although I love QH and have a pretty decent one I really don't think you will do well in the upper levels with a stock type horse unless they just have exceptional gaits for a QH. Morgans are starting to breed more color and I've seen some Palomino Morgans that are gorgeous. Might be a possibility?

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Re: The Casual Impossible Horse Hunt

Postby musical comedy » Tue Jun 05, 2018 12:28 pm

3 year old Morgan stallion. 8k

http://www.miamarmorgans.ca/Cash.html

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Postby Kelo » Tue Jun 05, 2018 1:38 pm

Jan & PJ wrote:Although I love QH and have a pretty decent one I really don't think you will do well in the upper levels with a stock type horse unless they just have exceptional gaits for a QH.


Hey now, don't drag QHs down!

I know and honestly understand the point you're making, but I hate discouraging people like this.

Of course there are QHs that can't, but there are also lots of QHs out there that, put into the right hands, can do well in the upper levels. They're just not given a chance! If you find a horse with quality-but-average gaits but a giant heart, you can do just fine. I know QHs out there killin' it in upper level dressage, and know of more that would be more than capable if their riders threw a dressage saddle on them and asked.

There are also lots of other breeds that might fit the bill, of course. That's the point of shopping -- to find the right match!

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Postby Josette » Tue Jun 05, 2018 2:26 pm

Kelo - I agree with you. It is really the goal of finding the horse with the right mind and quality gaits to do the job. (Plus the right conformation to make the job easy and not a constant struggle.) This was my huge disappointment with my unsound PT/QH. Holy crap if I could put his brain and work ethic into another horse - holy smokes!! Plus he had up hill front end and great shoulder like a WB so was able to get some decent extensions out of him. His QH butt gave him the ability to sit and collect. He loved a job and very focused in his ring work = fun talented riding partner. Oh yeah - throw the lead over his shoulder to self load in the trailer. Bikers on the trails did not phase him - he owned the trail. Sadly our riding time was cut short.

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Re: The Casual Impossible Horse Hunt

Postby khall » Tue Jun 05, 2018 5:18 pm

Damn nice QH! My all time favorite color too, blue roan, swoon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXXeH2dHHck

Really like this guy too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsTCb0Aswbk

I really like the ranch bred QHs, they are bigger boned, tend to be level and very athletic with a good brain. I've contemplated on trying to find a good QH mare to breed to a Andi/Lusitano for an Azteca.

I think they are out there and for me personally I would prefer a QH to a draft cross. I've seen some really nice ones and have ridden a few too. That is a good looking pally morgan! But they want to sell him to a breeding home looks like.

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Re: The Casual Impossible Horse Hunt

Postby Ponichiwa » Tue Jun 05, 2018 6:15 pm

khall wrote:Damn nice QH! My all time favorite color too, blue roan, swoon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXXeH2dHHck


Oof. Whole lotta nope for me on the former "dancing" horses. Talk about a retraining project.

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Re: The Casual Impossible Horse Hunt

Postby cb06 » Tue Jun 05, 2018 7:15 pm

Ponichiwa wrote: Reality check time: can I get the color, gaits, brain, and size that I want for my budget?


I will re-iterate that you absolutely can find this. Look at the horse, the 'real' horse, not the label/papers.
Quality training and riding will get you far and it sounds like you have the skills.

This is an amateur, showing 4th level, scoring high 60s, qualified for regionals.
This horse is not a warmblood, was not imported, and did not cost a fortune.
Quality training and riding.



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Re: The Casual Impossible Horse Hunt

Postby Ryeissa » Tue Jun 05, 2018 8:46 pm

musical comedy wrote:One thing to consider with buying a palomino or horse of any odd color or one that has spots is that you stand out and are remembered. That can be a good thing, or a bad thing.


sure, but in the end no one really cares about anything but their own horse. I have a colored arabian, and SMALL, the trifecta, but I have not had any real issues.

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Re: The Casual Impossible Horse Hunt

Postby khall » Tue Jun 05, 2018 9:51 pm

ponichiwa, the roan was not put out there as a prospect but to show that there are definitely QHs out there that could fit the bill. He looked ranch bred to me and that is the lines where that blue roan is often found. Totally agree on the "dancing" horses but I have to say that is one that actually looks like he is handling the pressure ok. There is another video of him at the trot in HI/HP and in canter. Lovely gaits on that horse. I would have one like him in my barn.

CB is the pally you posted a ASB?

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Re: The Casual Impossible Horse Hunt

Postby cb06 » Wed Jun 06, 2018 1:36 am

khall wrote:CB is the pally you posted a ASB?

Yes.
There is another palomino ASB currently showing PSG on the west coast...and, though not a palomino, but a flashy flaxen mane and tail Chestnut, Fancy Trick was Hilda Gurneys Saddlebred/Arab (National show horse) Grand Prix horse.
... and I watched a Morgan (not palomino though) win a competitive local Grand Prix class earlier this year.
3 decent gaits, brain, and quality training and riding...

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Re: The Casual Impossible Horse Hunt

Postby Ponichiwa » Wed Jun 06, 2018 4:04 pm

Week 1 update: no real progress, to be honest.

However, I've got a lead on a 1/2 welsh, 1/2 WB (holst) gelding that might work out. I've honestly really enjoyed all the welshies I've worked with over the years, and they tend to be athletic hardy little workers. We'll see.

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Re: The Casual Impossible Horse Hunt

Postby piedmontfields » Wed Jun 06, 2018 5:30 pm

What is a week when the task is a casual, impossible quest?

For some reason, I have in my mind a very pretty pony/horse, like the Lusitano that Laruen Sprieser's mother owns:
http://www.chronofhorse.com/article/baby-adventures

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(just warning you----and one day I would like a buckskin version!)

Keep us posted on the shopping adventure!
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Re: The Casual Impossible Horse Hunt

Postby khall » Wed Jun 06, 2018 8:57 pm

Piedmont wow that is one lovely Lusitano!! I hear you on the buckskin Lusitano! I bred for one: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid ... =3&theater

I had someone ask me where I found her, well Joplin is 3rd generation mare line for me. Knew I was getting a buckskin, hoped for a filly.

Keep us posted Ponichiwa, a welsh WB cross, hmm that could be interesting!

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Postby Chisamba » Wed Jun 06, 2018 10:11 pm

http://www.palominosaddlebred.com/pals.htm

A couple of these look sporthorse

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Re: The Casual Impossible Horse Hunt

Postby goldhorse » Thu Jun 07, 2018 12:46 am

There are some nice palomino Morgans at this place near San Diego.
http://www.dressagemorgans.com/

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Postby Chisamba » Thu Jun 07, 2018 12:59 am

Chisamba wrote:http://www.palominosaddlebred.com/pals.htm

A couple of these look sporthorse


sorry, i did not realize they were so far away. no good

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Postby khall » Thu Jun 07, 2018 12:10 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_TruGF ... e=youtu.be gorgeous DHH 3 yr old g in Va, $10,000

*** Price reduced***
Too many horses,no help!
Kory is a black 3yrs old DHH gelding that should mature around 16 hands and is absolutely beautiful. He's super sweet and enjoys attention. He has never been driven.
He has a clean set of xrays. 10,000
https://youtu.be/5_TruGFfXnA
He is located in Gladys, Va
call for more info 434-610-2373

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Postby cb06 » Thu Jun 07, 2018 1:51 pm

Lots of nice horses. Love the Morgans.

That DHH is beautiful Khall.

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Postby Fatcat » Thu Jun 07, 2018 2:57 pm

Here's one that came across my FB feed from the breeder of my Morgan mare. Contact Moana Morgans at:
Sally Anderson
7395 Hwy 35 Bigfork, MT 59911
406-212-1231

8 year old Andalusian mare for sale. She is bred to Flower of Alliance and will have an outstanding foal! Asking $5000 or would consider trading for a sport type gelding.

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Postby musical comedy » Thu Jun 07, 2018 3:52 pm

Yearling located in Michigan. 3k
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Postby piedmontfields » Thu Jun 07, 2018 3:58 pm

Oooh, MC wins on the chrome quotient! What is the breeding?

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Postby musical comedy » Thu Jun 07, 2018 4:38 pm

Wieskamp bloodlines.
Mare: Skipper Pale APHA
Stud: Denim N Blue AQHA (perlino)

I can't find pics of stud and dam

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Postby Imperini » Fri Jun 08, 2018 2:29 pm

I keep seeing palominos everywhere now! haha Most of them are either not suitable for what you're looking for and/or in Ontario which I suspect is probably a bit far for you.

I did see this girl, not sure if she's quite what you're looking for and she's at the top of the price range but she's pretty

https://www.arabianhorseexchange.com/lo ... -sally-ff/

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Postby Xanthoria » Mon Jun 11, 2018 9:31 pm

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Cremello Horse/Gelding For Sale - $7500 (sebastopol)
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/grd/d/cremello-horse-gelding-for/6608678431.html
Spirit is a beautiful 10 year old, 16.3 hand cremello Saddlebred gelding. This gelding is offered for sale through no fault of his own. We are reducing our herd and just want to find him a great home.

Spirit would be best suited for an intermediate rider as he can get energetic and seeks direction. He has lovely ground manners, stands for the farrier, ties, trailers and clips and is the first at the gate to greet you.

This gelding works beautifully off of leg aids and is light in the bridle. His canter is a dream to sit, he is so smooth. He would make a lovely dressage prospect - English or western! He is good on the trail with another calm and confident horse.

He has won several championships and blue ribbons at local shows in both Western Pleasure and Hunt Seat. He has also been ridden in the local parade. He is a great all-around horse and beautiful as well. People always stop to meet him!

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Postby Xanthoria » Mon Jun 11, 2018 9:39 pm

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https://www.dreamhorse.com/ad/2063673/atmf-california-dreamin-palomino-morgan-horse-mare-big-beautiful-palomino-morgan-mare-california.html
ATMF California Dreamin' (Brandy)
born 2009, 15.2, $12,000
Brandy is a big bold flashy trotting machine. She is correct, straight, square, and brimming with Morgan type and personality. Plus she is extremely pretty and a rare golden dappled palomino. Excitable but very sweet, respectful and obedient. Loves attention and anxious to please. My fault she is so green. Just haven’t spent enough time with her. Have only ridden in round pen. Always willing and happy to learn just worries so needs calm and easy reassurance. Ground work is solid. Longes perfect by voice, long lines and pulls poles quietly. Both her parents are beautiful winning show horses and she has four top quality full siblings. See them all on our website www.dressagemorgans.com. Should be powerful broodmare of next generation top quality show Morgans who will put your stallion and breeding program in high demand. Her beautiful dam, grand-dam, and great-grand-dam did that for ATMF.

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https://www.dreamhorse.com/ad/2087619/filligrana-do-oura-kd-palomino-andalusian-mare-cutest-andalusian-ever-washington.html
FILLIGRANA DO OURA KD (Cinnamon)
2010, 15.1, $28k
Cinnamon is a 15.1 hand 8yr old Palomino colored mare. Shown 1st level and schooling 2nd and 3rd level Dressage SUPER easy to sit and great in the bridle. She is very smart and learns quickly. great personality, started changes . She has jump experience and loves it. Great temperament . current hock X rays clean. No shoes. never been lame or sick. No vices but being cute!
Looks small but rides https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8X9b9tCJVLQ
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=n0m-lK5FsJ4
Rider in video is 6'1

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Postby Xanthoria » Mon Jun 11, 2018 9:49 pm

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http://www.whiskeyrunsporthorses.com/horses-for-sale.html
Golden Opportunity (Triton)
Stunning, Brave and Honest Event Prospect!!
7 yo Palomino Connemara Cross Gelding 15.3 hh

Triton was born to be an eventer! He's a natural: brave, honest and makes every jump feel easy. He gets his striding and leads without much thought to it. He will jump anything you put in front of him. Great with banks, ditches, drops, water etc. Free jumped to 3'9" with ease. He's an efficient jumper (rarely over-jumps) but is incredibly capable and handy. Lightly started jumping last year to allow him to fully develop and the video is just his second time cross-country! Excellent away from home and enjoys going new places. Calm, cool and steady. His dressage work is coming along and he's starting to go into the bridle and bend around my leg. Nicely sensitive to leg, not hot nor sluggish. Smooth gaits, not a huge mover. Turns on the forehand, haunches and leg yields. He's a trail machine and absolutely loves going trail riding. Happy to lead or follow. Walks out nicely. Great to hack out and good with cows as well. Easy to tack up and groom, vacuums, fly sprays and is easy for the vet and farrier. Loads and hauls easily. No beginners please, no bad habits but he needs a decent rider that can continue to bring him along. Arena and especially dressage work is boring for him so needs a trail ride or hack out for every 2-3 arena rides to stay happy. He's got a ton of personality and is a bit of a goofball. Loves his turnout and horse friends. Middle to high on the pecking order. Fine with time off, hop on and go. Amazing, most perfect home is a must. Would like him to go to a rider that enjoys the progress and partnership of bringing a horse along, loves trail riding/ hacking out and enjoys riding outside of the arena more than in it! $15,000

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Postby Ponichiwa » Thu Jun 14, 2018 9:30 pm

Well, I think the OH lead is likely not going to work out. I'm sure he'll find a good home.

Which means I'm still on the hunt. Xanthoria and others, thanks for the links. I think for my purposes the west coast is likely too far, and I'd like to limit the search to horses under 6yo to space out my current horse and the up-and-coming one.

So, slightly refined criteria:
- Still palomino if possible
- Under $15k
- Under 6yo (unbroke is OK)
- 15-17h
- Gaits capable of scoring 7s (no impurities in the canter/walk, etc)
- Sound

I'm toying with scheduling an appt to see the Benidetto mare in Ft Worth. Violates criteria 1, but hits the rest. Decisions, decisions.

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Postby Xanthoria » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:23 pm

Ponichiwa, I don't know where you live: can you clarify your range?

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Postby Xanthoria » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:26 pm

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Angel
Lovely palomino dressage prospect, daughter of Morgan dressage horse. 6 years, 15.2hh Wonderful parade or exhibition horse.
http://www.peachtreefarms.com/site/sales.html

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Postby Ponichiwa » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:27 pm

Yeah, that'd help, huh? Sorry about that! I'm near Houston, TX.

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Postby Xanthoria » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:28 pm

haha! So, how far from TX can you go?

www.palominowarmbloods.com

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Postby StraightForward » Sat Jun 16, 2018 4:58 am

On Facebook tonight, by VII Sport Horses:

2016

Gelato d’Avalon
(Goldmaker x Paso Doble/Voltaire/Burggraaf)
Reg GOV
Palomino COLT (Stallion prospect)
Should mature 16.2-16.3
Wynnewood, Oklahoma
Photos available
$16,000
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Postby Canyon » Sat Jun 16, 2018 2:41 pm

StraightForward wrote:On Facebook tonight, by VII Sport Horses:

2016

Gelato d’Avalon
(Goldmaker x Paso Doble/Voltaire/Burggraaf)
Reg GOV
Palomino COLT (Stallion prospect)
Should mature 16.2-16.3
Wynnewood, Oklahoma
Photos available
$16,000

I'm confused. VII Sport Horses is located in Waynesville, MO. Avalon Equine in Wynnewood, OK, [Kathy (Mann) St. Martin] has Gelato listed for $12,000 on their webpage http://www.avalon-equine.com/gelato-davalon.html
Maybe the Avalon web site needs updating?

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Postby StraightForward » Sat Jun 16, 2018 2:48 pm

Canyon wrote:
StraightForward wrote:On Facebook tonight, by VII Sport Horses:

2016

Gelato d’Avalon
(Goldmaker x Paso Doble/Voltaire/Burggraaf)
Reg GOV
Palomino COLT (Stallion prospect)
Should mature 16.2-16.3
Wynnewood, Oklahoma
Photos available
$16,000

I'm confused. VII Sport Horses is located in Waynesville, MO. Avalon Equine in Wynnewood, OK, [Kathy (Mann) St. Martin] has Gelato listed for $12,000 on their webpage http://www.avalon-equine.com/gelato-davalon.html
Maybe the Avalon web site needs updating?


Interesting. Maybe VII is marketing for them and taking a commission? They had a list of several horses in one post, and multiple locations. I don't know anything about either business, so caveat emptor, as always, and triple that with horses.
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Postby StraightForward » Sat Jun 16, 2018 3:00 pm

Not palomino, but a nice 3 year old (Arabian/Andalusian) in Texas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECgsR1l ... e=youtu.be
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Postby texsuze » Sat Jun 16, 2018 4:36 pm

Here's another, just to keep it confusing ;)

https://sanantonio.craigslist.org/grd/d ... 88349.html

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Postby StraightForward » Fri Jun 22, 2018 5:09 am

A little over budget, but quite a fancy pony right in your area: https://www.dreamhorse.com/show_instant ... id=2114068
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Postby Ponichiwa » Fri Jun 22, 2018 12:49 pm

All-- thanks for the continued links! I really appreciate it. Currently am following up on some leads.

StraightForward wrote:A little over budget, but quite a fancy pony right in your area: https://www.dreamhorse.com/show_instant ... id=2114068


I've actually seen this horse at shows. Cute, but not my type of ride.

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Re: The Casual Impossible Horse Hunt

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Re: The Casual Impossible Horse Hunt

Postby Chisamba » Fri Jun 22, 2018 11:54 pm

Chancellor wrote:https://dressage.sporthorsemarket.com/listings/dressage/horses/for-sale/golden-rule/5492/?utm_source=June+18+2018&utm_campaign=6%2F18%2F18+DM+Listings+Update&utm_medium=email

This just came across my email.


if an untrained pony shows "incredible talent for passage" does that mean they have a permanent hover trot?

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Re: The Casual Impossible Horse Hunt

Postby Josette » Sun Jul 01, 2018 6:42 pm

I don't know how to place the advertisement here - but scroll down within this link. See from Hannah Hudson - WB Palomino gelding age 5, 16.2 hds. Priced at $12,500
https://www.facebook.com/groups/117806389608/


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