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post #21 of 25 Old 04-30-2012, 12:53 AM
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Oh, I should probably add, she is green - she has had about 25 rides on her and knows very little. The guy that has been working with her says she is pretty smart and doesn't have a mean bone in her body.
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post #22 of 25 Old 04-30-2012, 12:56 AM
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Wow she is beautiful Poppy, what would you plan to do with her?

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I have no idea, we are new horse owners just purchased 2 quarter horses last fall and have been taking western riding lessons during the winter. Just started trail riding within the last month. I just think the Gypsy Vanners are so pretty and loved this horse when I first saw her and would love to help this sick owner but it's an expensive price to pay. I would have her trained more, not sure if just for western/trail...or maybe dressage, there is a dressage trainer at our stables as well as western. I just haven't had any interest in showing or competing...I am old and just wanted to have a fun, relaxing hobby.
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I have no idea, we are new horse owners just purchased 2 quarter horses last fall and have been taking western riding lessons during the winter. Just started trail riding within the last month. I just think the Gypsy Vanners are so pretty and loved this horse when I first saw her and would love to help this sick owner but it's an expensive price to pay. I would have her trained more, not sure if just for western/trail...or maybe dressage, there is a dressage trainer at our stables as well as western. I just haven't had any interest in showing or competing...I am old and just wanted to have a fun, relaxing hobby.
Well it sounds like she'd be very well taken care of! It is a very expensive price.. ): Maybe offer the owner to be able to see her when she wants as long as you're okay with it? Then she might lower it if you really want her.

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Prices for Gypsies have fallen in the last few years. If the owner waits though or puts her in foal, no doubt she could get her price - in time.

Is she advertising her? If so, has she had any offers? Make her an offer, if you like her. I like the mare Lenka. I don't know that there is a pedigree on either side. I'd have to research that. I'm pretty sure Taskin didn't have a known pedigree when he was imported. I don't believe anything is known about Lenka either. I believe she and Taskin, came from France. Both were imported by Gypsy MVP who get lots of their horses from France.

Jasmine is not chocolate. No such thing as chocolate, although some used to call black silvers, 'chocolate palominos'. She's actually, smoky black because of the action of the cream gene on her basic black colour.

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