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post #41 of 111 Old 03-04-2010, 07:39 PM Thread Starter
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Very nice looking horses Jacksmama. Can you tell me who is Brandys Rosebud's dam and sire.

Our Mac (my avatar) will start training this year and I may have my husband try some halter showing with him. Then possibly later try some under saddle shows for fun. He looks very little like the horse in the avatar photo anymore. I think he grew about 4 inches over the winter months. Here I was thinking I would have a 14.3 hander and he fooled me.
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post #42 of 111 Old 03-04-2010, 07:44 PM Thread Starter
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My little red chocolate is getting that way, he's learning really quick what he can and can not do, be a yearling in may and bosses and picks on the Freisian he's in the field with...

and I havnt broke him the news yet that when he drops he will be meeting the vet, or i may let him keep them untill he is done training so he builds good muscle and keeps a pissy attitude...

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Well if you get tired of any of them you can certainly send them up my way. I just love the coloring on your new horse.
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post #43 of 111 Old 03-04-2010, 08:10 PM
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Well if you get tired of any of them you can certainly send them up my way. I just love the coloring on your new horse.
Well if you wanna break out the check book, I'll send about anything up your way haha Thanks, he doesnt look to bad, I rode him Sunday just to see how he gaits, I was impressed, just rode him down the blacktop road, and didnt open him up to much, he deffinitly had more gears! so we shall see what he does in 30 days and if he stays around long...

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post #44 of 111 Old 03-04-2010, 08:33 PM
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Oh yes, they do have very nice stock. We bought 2 off of them. A little black gelding, which was a full brother to Teddy and Teddy ofcourse. Both came out of their standing stud and the same mare. The little black gelding was a year younger. Both were very nice movers. Very smooth. Unfortunately, they had motors and proved to be too much horse for us to handle. The other horse we test rode was a dark chocolate with a self colored mane and tail. He came from McGuire's farm and was out of Kentucky Blue. He had buddy roe and smokey joe on his mother's side. He kinda had the same temperment. Lot's of go! But he seemed to have a good whoa. But me being a timid beginner.. I really felt I wanted something calmer and slower.. so I'm still looking.. and will look until I can find something I feel safe on.
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Oh yes, they do have very nice stock. We bought 2 off of them. A little black gelding, which was a full brother to Teddy and Teddy ofcourse. Both came out of their standing stud and the same mare. The little black gelding was a year younger. Both were very nice movers. Very smooth. Unfortunately, they had motors and proved to be too much horse for us to handle. The other horse we test rode was a dark chocolate with a self colored mane and tail. He came from McGuire's farm and was out of Kentucky Blue. He had buddy roe and smokey joe on his mother's side. He kinda had the same temperment. Lot's of go! But he seemed to have a good whoa. But me being a timid beginner.. I really felt I wanted something calmer and slower.. so I'm still looking.. and will look until I can find something I feel safe on.
KY Blue stands 2 miles from my house haha I was over there a couple of weeks ago small world...are you still looking for a Rocky?

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post #46 of 111 Old 03-04-2010, 09:29 PM
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Yeah, I'd like to get another one at some point. Something older, like 10 years, short, with alot of trail miles, slower gaited with an even temperment. Beginner friendly. I'd really like to get a chocolate one but it's not important, so long as it's safe. I'm open minded on registeration, so long as it's safe.
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Yeah, I'd like to get another one at some point. Something older, like 10 years, short, with alot of trail miles, slower gaited with an even temperment. Beginner friendly. I'd really like to get a chocolate one but it's not important, so long as it's safe. I'm open minded on registeration, so long as it's safe.
I forgot we already talked :headslap LOL my bad...like I said let me know when time comes, I dont list everything on the farm for sale, but for the right price I'll sell anything...esp if my sister turns out not wanting to ride her little horse, that'd make you a nice one

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post #48 of 111 Old 03-05-2010, 10:14 AM
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She is out of Cantrells Brandie and by Red Buds Comanche.
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How old is your sister's horse?
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post #50 of 111 Old 03-05-2010, 10:10 PM
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How old is your sister's horse?
oh i dont have his papers in front of me, maybe 11-12 this year? idk...Chocolate Flax, good head, good gait, he's got good ground manners, not a bad little horse...but she chooses to ride our stud more then him...

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