Deanne Del Vecchio - platinum Member Division 1 Top Trail Rider

Member Since: 2014 Pacific Region Trail Miles Ridden: 2,529+
Love riding around Lake Tahoe and the central Sierra. 

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  • DA Half a Bandit  Top Trail
    Pacific Region
    Breed: Arabian/Pinto/Saddlebred
    Trail Miles: 2,529+ 

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  • Carole Schuh - 4 months ago.

    Just gotta say... your Bandit is one of the cutiest pintos ever!! Love that face!!

    Deanne Del Vecchio - 4 months ago.

    I know! He just keeps getting cuter and cuter! Such a super trail pony, too!

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