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Secretary Treasurer

Montana Travler Horse Association


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Montana Travler Horse Association - Contact

www.montanatravler.com [cached]

Mark Blomquist
Secretary / Treasurer Box 185 Gardiner, MT 59030 USA Phone: (406) 223-3569 or (435) 201-2211 E-Mail: blomquist_5@msn.com


Montana Travler Horse Association - Breeders

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Mark Blomquist
Montana Travler Horse Association - Breeders Montana Travler Horse Association Mark Blomquist Mark Blomquist PO Box 185 Gardiner, MT 59030 USA Phone: 435-201-2211 or: 406-223-3569


stage.myhorse.com

Mark Bloomquist, MTHA secretary/treas-urer, says the horses' strong hips are key.
"And their back stays completely flat while you eat up the ground," he adds. "It's a super-smooth ride." On the trail: Bloomquist lives in Gardiner, Montana, just north of the entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Even though his father was friends with Tom Eaton, who developed the Montana Travler, Bloomquist tried other breeds. "I was riding 23 miles into a beautiful spot called Carpenter Lake and, by chance, rode about 15 miles with a man astride a Montana Travler," Bloomquist says. "I had to trot and lope my horse just to keep up with his walk; you can imagine that caught my attention. Later, I had the opportunity to ride his horse, and that was it. I decided to get a Montana Travler for myself!" Today, Bloomquist owns 12 purebred horses.


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