Appendix Horses for Sale near Temple City, CA

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Appendix Stallion
Selling appendix horse for 1000 dollars ridable and good with kids comes wi..
Mira Loma, California
Cremello
Appendix
Stallion
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Mira Loma, CA
CA
$1,000
Appendix Mare
2004 Registered Appendix Quarter Horse Buckskin filly. Clips, ties, bathes..
Acton, California
Buckskin
Appendix
Mare
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Acton, CA
CA
$3,000
Appendix Stallion
Bandit is a 3 yr old Appendix Gelding, but he looks all Thoroughbred. He i..
Simi Valley, California
Bay
Appendix
Stallion
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Simi Valley, CA
CA
$3,000
Appendix Stallion
HI! My name is No Cash Refunds - & I am a 9 year old Appendix QH. I can be ..
Anaheim, California
Bay
Appendix
Stallion
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Anaheim, CA
CA
$3,800
Appendix Mare
Star is a 15 yr old gray mare with black mane & black tail she is a great t..
Victorville, California
Gray
Appendix
Mare
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Victorville, CA
CA
$1,100
Appendix Mare
very classy, kind, gentle MARE IN FOAL to "DOOLEY APPOINTED" black bay AQHA..
Hesperia, California
Chestnut
Appendix
Mare
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Hesperia, CA
CA
$3,000
Appendix Stallion
Buddy is a handsome horse. He is very quiet and well broke. He has been rid..
Moorpark, California
Bay
Appendix
Stallion
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Moorpark, CA
CA
$6,000
Appendix Mare
Beautiful bay mare. Grand Daughter of Triple Crown Winner Secretariat!! Th..
Anaheim, California
Bay
Appendix
Mare
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Anaheim, CA
CA
$800
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About Temple City,CA

In January 2009, the Los Angeles County District Attorney began investigating allegations that Temple City's mayor, Judy Wong, along with city council members David Capra, and former mayor Cathe Wilson solicited bribes in exchange for support of the proposed $75 million Temple City Piazza mall project and both women were charged with lying on fair political practice commission disclosure forms. Randy Wang, developer of the Piazza project, made allegations that Wong, Wilson and Councilman David Capra demanded and received cash bribes for their support of the development. Wang raised the allegations as part of his counter-suit against the city, which sued him in April 2008, claiming he failed to meet contractual deadlines of construction on the 4-acre (16,000 m 2) Piazza project. Temple City's lawsuit asks that the property, at Las Tunas Drive and Rosemead Boulevard, be returned to the city because of the delays after two groundbreaking ceremonies. Wong, 55, the city's first Asian council member, was elected in 2003, was re-elected in 2007, and served as the city's first Asian mayor in 2007.