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post #11 of 133 Old 12-31-2007, 09:57 PM
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It's possible for horses to have done enough to bring much more at that age. It could have a successful show career, and at that age, successful show experience can bring even more, seeing as it's young and it still has a lot of presumably successful showing left to do.

For a companion though... If the horse is worth 15K it would be a waste of a horse, and a waste of your money.
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post #12 of 133 Old 12-31-2007, 10:26 PM
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At 4 years? I tend to disagree...but that's just me.
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Calm down, I'm going to show him too.
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post #14 of 133 Old 12-31-2007, 10:53 PM
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Think like this:

If that horse had won the 2 year old Hunt Seat Championship at Arab Nationals, you'd think 15k was a steal.
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Either the Arab cross or this beauty!

He's a 6yr old Sorrel And White Paint stallion and he's 15.1hh.
He is $4000.

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"Come on over and See "B" He is analmost 6 year old stallion ,has show points, has babies on the ground to seen. He rides nice, could make a nice pleasure show horse. I just don't have the time to ride him much any more so it is no fair to him to just sit around doing nothing. He is easy to look at, easy to handle, breeds easy and is an easy keeper also !! I have also started to teach him to drive. I also have his first foal here also for sale. Thank for looking."





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^^^yeah scratch the arab cross I'm getting him!
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post #17 of 133 Old 12-31-2007, 11:30 PM
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^^^yeah scratch the arab cross I'm getting him!
He's cute and cheaper.
But he's also a stallion.
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post #18 of 133 Old 12-31-2007, 11:45 PM
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There's no way in heck I would ever let you ride a stallion if it was my choice. I've ridden them before. They are beatiful and all but we don't know your experience...in a way. I don't know why you want another horse. I thought Janie Belle was perfect.....huh?

WHATS REALITY?
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post #19 of 133 Old 12-31-2007, 11:56 PM Thread Starter
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There's no way in heck I would ever let you ride a stallion if it was my choice. I've ridden them before. They are beatiful and all but we don't know your experience...in a way. I don't know why you want another horse. I thought Janie Belle was perfect.....huh?
Excuse me? Why are you being so hostel? There is nothing wrong with stallions, I have schooled them before. This one is a sweety. :) I've met him and riden him. And whats wrong with having 2 horses? I love Janie Belle she's perfect for me but I can still own another horse too.
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There's no way in heck I would ever let you ride a stallion if it was my choice. I've ridden them before. They are beatiful and all but we don't know your experience...in a way. I don't know why you want another horse. I thought Janie Belle was perfect.....huh?
Excuse me? Why are you being so hostel? There is nothing wrong with stallions, I have schooled them before. This one is a sweety. :) I've met him and riden him. And whats wrong with having 2 horses? I love Janie Belle she's perfect for me but I can still own another horse too.
So if you have a mare and a stallion, you'd probably have to keep them seperated. Unless you want foals, lol.

You could find a cute Paint gelding for the same price.
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