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post #1 of 70 Old 02-08-2012, 04:54 PM Thread Starter
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Possible Trade.

just got the pictures of a horse i might be getting.
i know there not the best but can you tell me how he looks...if possible.
he is 5 yrs old.
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post #2 of 70 Old 02-08-2012, 04:56 PM
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If you can't afford a Vet or Farrier or decent food for the horse you already have, why would you even THINK about another!!??
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If you can't afford a Vet or Farrier or decent food for the horse you already have, why would you even THINK about another!!??
please DO NOT start that again.
she will be going to a home that can get her the correct feed she needs
and get all the vet work done.
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Oh good, she's going to a good home

Until you can afford to provide a horse with proper care, don't get another!! EVERY horse needs what she does, proper farrier and vet care along with good quality food, shelter and a safe pasture.

This horse will NOT be any cheaper to properly care for so since you can't afford your current one, you cannot afford him!!
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Oh good, she's going to a good home

Until you can afford to provide a horse with proper care, don't get another!! EVERY horse needs what she does, proper farrier and vet care along with good quality food, shelter and a safe pasture.

This horse will NOT be any cheaper to properly care for so since you can't afford your current one, you cannot afford him!!
she needed feed that was 10 dollars MORE than what i pay for the same size bag now..he will be on the feed i have now.i CAN afford to get their feet done and i plan on getting him anyways.

now...can we please get back to the topic...can ANYONE tell me what they think of him???
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please DO NOT start that again.
she will be going to a home that can get her the correct feed she needs
and get all the vet work done.
These are very valid concerns.

What happens if the horse colics or injures itself and needs emergency vet work? It's not cheap. You said before you can't/couldn't afford the farrier to come out for the filly.

Also, please tell me that you informed the fillies new owners that she was out with a stud colt...
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These are very valid concerns.

What happens if the horse colics or injures itself and needs emergency vet work? It's not cheap. You said before you can't/couldn't afford the farrier to come out for the filly.

Also, please tell me that you informed the fillies new owners that she was out with a stud colt...
im not answering any of these questions.
PLEASE stick to the topic!!!!!!
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I take that as a no then. Nice lack of responsibility there. I hope for her sake and the new owner's sake she isn't bred.


What breed is the gelding supposed to be? He's butt high. Need better/clearer pics though....
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I take that as a no then. Nice lack of responsibility there. I hope for her sake and the new owner's sake she isn't bred.


What breed is the gelding supposed to be? He's butt high. Need better/clearer pics though....
i didnt answer because i dont want this to turn out like all my other threads.
i just wanted answers about this guy and no one wants to help.

im not sure what breed he is and ive asked for better pictures
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Kayla, please listen to me.
You and your horses are going to be SO MUCH better off if you sell or re-home them. I cannot believe the stress and pressure you are under worrying about their welfare and your current situation. Please get out of horses for a while, save up, and build a better life and situation to keep horses in. You and they will be so much better off.
Getting a gelding right now to keep with a stud in barb wire fencing is a disaster waiting to happen. I am not trying to be rude or hurtful. Only trying to help.

Please people lets just leave it at that.
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