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    12-07-2009, 12:34 PM
  #1
Foal
Trading Horses *update-keeping both!*

Okay I love my baby Marley but I need a horse that I can train now! I want to trail ride with my Boyfriend and I can do this with marley so I found a lady who is willing to trade me her one yr old for her 3 yr old.. His Name is joke but I don't like that so if you think of any name spit them out!!

Heres Joke he's 14.3hs




     
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    12-07-2009, 12:35 PM
  #2
Foal
Right now Im waiting for her e-mail to finial answer tonight. Which sounds like a yes!!!
     
    12-07-2009, 02:15 PM
  #3
Weanling
Well joke is very handsome, but you really need to be careful when trading horses. Get a vet check on Joke before you take him home, or even trade your little guy for him. There could be a serious health problem with joke, that you would be stuck with
     
    12-07-2009, 02:22 PM
  #4
Started
I wouldnt trade a horse to her if that's how she keeps her horses. He's pretty skinney. Esp for a young horse who needs too nutrition to finish growing.
     
    12-07-2009, 02:25 PM
  #5
Showing
[quote=juneau;483264]Okay I love my baby Marley but I need a horse that I can train now! I want to trail ride with my Boyfriend and I can do this with marley so I found a lady who is willing to trade me her one yr old for her 3 yr old.. His Name is joke but I don't like that so if you think of any name spit them out!!
I'm sorry Juneau, but I'm thoroughly confused by your post. I don't know which horse is yours and which she is willing to trade to you. If your horse, Marley, is the yearling, then how can you ride him with your boyfriend?
     
    12-07-2009, 02:28 PM
  #6
Started
I think she means she wants a horse to ride with the bf, and hers is too young.

Its hard to have a horse and not be able to ride sometimes. I got a weanling in july. I just keep telling him to grow faster hehe. That's why you really need to think head when you buy a young horse, and make a commitment to them.
     
    12-07-2009, 02:37 PM
  #7
Weanling
I think she means that she has a yearling which she can't trail ride with her boyfriend, and she is wanting to trade for a three year old. I would be a little worried about someone willing to train a 3 y/o for a yearling. There may be something wrong with the horse health wise or training wise so I would be careful. If the vet check comes out ok, and you try the horse and it seems to be what you want then I would say go for it.

Good luck on finding a horse.
     
    12-07-2009, 02:37 PM
  #8
Showing
Then Marley is the one year old so she meant that she can't ride him - that makes more sense. The trade is for Juneau's one year old for someone's 3 year old.

Now I've got it. In any case, I agree with Sillybunny that the 3 year old does not look to good. I don't like his overall condition at all.
     
    12-07-2009, 02:41 PM
  #9
Weanling
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Originally Posted by iridehorses    
Then Marley is the one year old so she meant that she can't ride him - that makes more sense. The trade is for Juneau's one year old for someone's 3 year old.

Now I've got it. In any case, I agree with Sillybunny that the 3 year old does not look to good. I don't like his overall condition at all.
I agree here also. He actually looks like he has a "pot" belly, I could be looking at the pictures wrong but that's what it seems like. He might be wormy, and he has no muscle on him whatsoever.

You might want to get information on this woman, as well as the horse. Is he broke? Is he sound? Etc.
     
    12-07-2009, 06:35 PM
  #10
Green Broke
I wouldn't put a horse that I love in that horses hooves. He's thin and looks wormy.

I agree with the above.
     

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