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  • Gypsy vanner geldings worth the money
  • Gypsy vaniers horses

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    09-23-2008, 12:17 AM

Dont everbody wish they had a gypsy, I know for sure if I had the money I would but like 10 of them!Dont you think that there the most beautiful horses in the world.ESPECILAY THE STUDS, NOW THERES SOMETHING 2 BRAG ABOUT .And you know what else is weird I saw a PALAMINO GYPSY STALLION and NEVER HAVE I EVER SEEN A PALAMINO GYPSY STALLION! :o
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    09-23-2008, 12:41 AM
There was a gypsy mare that went through an auction this past Sunday. It was a registered auction (no kill buyer there that day) and sire and dam were both registered. She went for $525 or 575... either way someone walked off with a great deal.

They are very pretty... I can only imagine all the work to keep them clean... especially their feathers....
    09-23-2008, 01:04 AM
OMG DUDE :o I wonder why she wasint WAY WAY MORE You shure are right THAT IS A GOOD DEAL!!!!!If I was there I would out bid them in a heartbeat. But o well some times things like that do come along.
    09-23-2008, 12:41 PM
That was the first time there was ever a gypsy there. They had no idea what to start the bidding at.
    09-23-2008, 03:49 PM
They are gorgeous horses but the cost of them is what I think is enough to keep everyone one away. I really don't understand how they cane make the cost worth the animal. For the same price, you can get yourself a really nice under saddle horse, even a few.

The are I'm in is really not popular for those heavy breeds. Spruce Meadows keeps the level of under saddle horses high.
    09-23-2008, 04:02 PM
They are beautiful; I lovee the feathers. :)
    09-23-2008, 09:46 PM
We met the Gypsy's at the Equine Affaire about 5 years ago and have been in love with them ever since. We had our pics taken with a famous Gypsy Vanner stallion...we had so much fun holding his lead and posing with him.

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