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    01-25-2011, 12:29 AM
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How much would you say this little adorable pony is worth? :)

I have a 12.3-13 hand gelding pony that I am considering selling. He is Welsh/Hackney and bay pinto with 4 socks and a blaze. He IS clipped right now. He is about 12 years. He has done 4-H,barrels,gaming, jumping,english,western ,trail riding,showingetc. Previously shown a LOT by previous owner. I took him to a local open show a few weekends ago just for halter and in-hand trail and he did excellent. He does beginning Dressage as well. Sidepasses and backs.Gives nicely to the bit and lowers head. 3 wonderful smooth gaits. Excellent on trails,goes through water,under brushes,jumps whatever,etc. Completely not spooky. I ride him all the time in the pasture around other horses bareback in a halter. He is ridden english,western,or bareback. In a snaffle or even a halter. I wont call him deadbroke because he is NOT a dead head boring plodder,but he is safe. My cousin had never ridden before (seven years old) and the first time he ever rode he was trotting the pony,going through barrel patterns,etc. He truly is a get on and ride pony. He has NO vices (except when he gets excited he will stick his tongue out of the side of his mouth),easy keeper,UTD on everything,and SOOOOO sweet. Call his name and he will come galloping up from the pasture. He loves attention. Loves to be groomed. Clips,ties,bathes,leads,backs,loads perfect.I have jumped him (maybe like 1 1/2'), but I am too big to do a ton of riding on him.UTD on trims,worming,etc. Blanketed in winter and he is clipped and ready to show! He is a perfect little show pony. And is completely safe for kids. And adorable! He is not registered that I know of.

How much would he be worth IN YOUR AREA? Thanks!!!
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    01-25-2011, 02:29 AM
  #2
Yearling
In my area somewhere around $500-$750. Ponies and horses like that are a dime a dozen around here. He's fine boned and doesn't have the prettiest head or neck attachment.
     
    01-25-2011, 09:05 AM
  #3
Foal
You could probably sell him or $1500 here

Jw, why is he clipped?
     
    01-25-2011, 09:22 AM
  #4
Trained
FREE!!

So I'll take him off your hands for you :)
     
    01-25-2011, 09:25 AM
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Green Broke
Probably 600-800. If your sellign to the richer population. If your selling to the poorer population probably around 200-500
     
    01-25-2011, 09:45 AM
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Trained
I think it all depends on how you market him. If he is truly safe, he would make a wonderful kids hunter pony, or maybe a kids event pony? I think he is adorable, and if some little rich kid fell in love with him, the parents knew he was safe......I would say at least $2K in the mid atlantic.......parents pay big time for safe, expecially in the wealthier areas.....but that is just a guess. Look on Dreamhorse at something comparable, and see.....but he is pretty flashy, IMO.
     
    01-25-2011, 10:08 AM
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Green Broke
I see people trying to sell ponies like that for upward of $4000 around here. But the ponies don't sell and eventually the prices start dropping. I sure would take him if I had the money. : )
     
    01-25-2011, 10:23 AM
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Showing
I'd say $2K and up in my area. I just checked dreamhorse out of curiosity and ponies are pretty expensive here...
     
    01-25-2011, 12:14 PM
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Originally Posted by brighteyes08    
You could probably sell him or $1500 here

Jw, why is he clipped?
He is clipped because I was/am showing him. All the other ponies in his classes are clipped too...lol. He is ALWAYS blanketed and is stalled right now for a week until his coat grows back a little.

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Originally Posted by MIEventer    
FREE!!

So I'll take him off your hands for you :)
. Lol....I don't think he would make an excellent adult eventer pony.....for kids though...yes! He jumps darn high for a lil guy!

Quote:
Originally Posted by kitten_Val    
I'd say $2K and up in my area. I just checked dreamhorse out of curiosity and ponies are pretty expensive here...
I looked on dreamhorse in my area and the ponies were mostly around $3000-$10,000. I was just wondering if people actually spend that much on a pony. It looks like a varies a lot on where you are though! Thanks for the replies...it is very interesting!!!
     
    01-25-2011, 08:22 PM
  #10
Yearling
I'm in the midwest at the moment and I think you could get somewhere between 2-3k for him. He's well trained, can be ridden by a kid, has done a variety of things, and is super flashy. I'd take him in a heartbeat! ;)
     

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