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        03-25-2009, 11:46 PM
      #11
    Foal
    It is simply a conformation fault. No not necessarily bad, it all just depends on what discipline you wish to pursue with him or whatever discipline his future owners want to pursue

    Don't freak though I have my suspicions it could definitely be the picture especially if he was standing awkwardly

    I would see if you can have him evaluated by your vet. I think a professional seeing him and evaluating him hands-on can give you the most accurate feedback.

    Very cute horse :)
         
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        03-25-2009, 11:52 PM
      #12
    Weanling
    Ooohs... your in Alabama ;D that's close to me! *grabby hands* It looks like he is going to grey out too ^^ I might be mistaken though. How tall is he? I actually like him! :p

    If I was to buy him, i'd prefer he already had his paperwork done. Last I checked, to register a newborn it was $100.00. As a buyer, I would NOT want to pay $100.00 to paper a horse I just purchased. Effectively, the buyer will have to pay an additional 100 dollars to the sales price if they want him papered. That would make me more apt to haggle the price down.

    Is he a Straight Egyptian Arabian? Those used to have a high market value... I used to work at a Egyptian Arabian barn and excersize their endurance mounts... they foaled a really nice sabino/roan colored colt out of two very well bred horses, and couldnt sell him for 500 bucks. And he was very well put together.

    Very sweet little guy!
         
        03-25-2009, 11:53 PM
      #13
    Foal
    Oo okay thanks a lot! I would only really use him for trail riding. Im not sure that im am selling him, he's the fisrt baby I have ever delt with adn has been a handful! But I will get someone to come check him out. I think he's cute too that's why I don't want to get rid of him. :)
         
        03-25-2009, 11:57 PM
      #14
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Skippy!    
    Ooohs... your in Alabama ;D that's close to me! *grabby hands* It looks like he is going to grey out too ^^ I might be mistaken though. How tall is he? I actually like him! :p

    If I was to buy him, i'd prefer he already had his paperwork done. Last I checked, to register a newborn it was $100.00. As a buyer, I would NOT want to pay $100.00 to paper a horse I just purchased. Effectively, the buyer will have to pay an additional 100 dollars to the sales price if they want him papered. That would make me more apt to haggle the price down.

    Is he a Straight Egyptian Arabian? Those used to have a high market value... I used to work at a Egyptian Arabian barn and excersize their endurance mounts... they foaled a really nice sabino/roan colored colt out of two very well bred horses, and couldnt sell him for 500 bucks. And he was very well put together.

    Very sweet little guy!
    Yes, He will most likely gray out.. Im not exactly sure how tall he is. He isnt straight egyptian. I assumed I couldnt get much for him just thought I would see what you guys had to say. Im not for sure selling him unless somebody was interested. He's sweet, but the first baby I have delt with and has provven to be quite the handful.. LoL But I still love him!He was born at Aradon here in AL, don't know if anybody has ever heard of it.
         
        03-26-2009, 01:22 AM
      #15
    Trained
    I would register him if you he can be registered. It will help the sale. Overall, about 650
         
        03-26-2009, 01:28 AM
      #16
    Yearling
    I'd say about $750
         

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