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    07-13-2010, 08:57 PM
  #11
Green Broke
This'll be fun!!!!

Dark bay,Hannoverian/thoroughbred mare for sale.
4 years old.
Broken well... but WILL fight if you boss her around
Needs a begginer, experts get to pushy and she doesnt like that...
Is PERFECT with kids, does anything they ask willingly.
Can be VERY sassy to adults.
Very picky eater
Would make a great lesson horse, loves kids.
Lazy, easy going, always happy to see you. LOVES treats.
Price: 100$ (im guesing my owners would want to get rid of me VERY quickly... I can be a brat sometimes. Lol)
     
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    07-13-2010, 08:59 PM
  #12
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For sale:

5 y-o Fresian/Clysdale cross
18.2 hh pure black, non-fading mare
Regerstired as a Sport Horse
Beautiful dressage mare scores 70% or higher everytime
Does western also, loves to ride the trails
Will go all day, husband and kid safe
Would produce beautiful foals
She gets along good with other horses, even though she's a big girl, she's usually at the end of the pecking order.
Very calm and mellow, nothing spooks this girl.
She truely is a gentle giant. She knows to respect your space and that she only gets treats if she respects people.
Even a begineer can show her in Level 2 and still look good on her. This mare makes anyone, husband, child, begineer, advanced, look good on her.
Asking $8,000-Negotiable
Adding Picture! I would so totally look like this lol
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    07-13-2010, 09:02 PM
  #13
Green Broke
Oh ya! Hieght and all that! Hmmm... 16.1, scores in the high seventies in dressage, LOVES to show off.
Very brave mare that loves to jump as well. Can sometimes be a little skittish or frisky, but takes care of kids safely. Likes to do it HER way.

Hmm im not sure how I would look if I was a hrose.......
     
    07-13-2010, 09:35 PM
  #14
Yearling
Fff, this looks silly~

For Sale:
5 y/o quarter horse mix mare, bay in color.
Well broke for trail riding, but not suited for beginners!
Generally gets along with other horses, but can be a loner.
Can be a picky eater, but still a fairly easy keeper.
Prefers pastures to stalls and paddocks, gets bored easily
Happy to work, no matter the weather
Easily bathes, clips, loads. Easy to train, loves learning new things.
Good trail horse, prospects in speed events. Much too hot-headed and impatient for Western Pleasure or English.
Not to be left unattended with small children!

Make an offer!
     
    07-13-2010, 10:51 PM
  #15
Yearling
Whew! Not sure how good I'll be at this, but here's my go at it.

For Sale:
-7 year old
-Grey
-Foundation Quarter Horse
-Mare

This mare is large boned and heavily muscled. She needs a job! 100% sound, has excellent movement and chanes leads well. Very light to ride, responds to neck reining and leg cues.

Great for the farrier, but is nervous around the vet. She is very willing and respectful of your space. Although, she is not good with children. Needs a rider with some experience. She has been used extensively for trail riding and ranch work. She is very cowy and gives her heart out for what she loves to do. She is not suitable for barrel racing, as she absolutely hates it! She is also a good prospect for lower level dressage or jumping, as she has the movement and heart.

She has a very calm and trustworthy disposition, not spooky or pushy at all. Middle of the pecking order at our place, but gets along well. Actually LOVES to go out on her own. She loves to see new places and explore scary objects. Trailers well, loves baths and the water. This mare uses her head and has lots of common sense.

A good home is a must! References must be provided, and will be checked!
Price: 2,500 firm.
     
    07-13-2010, 11:03 PM
  #16
Weanling
7 year old
Sorrel Quarter Horse
Mare

Always willing to work, and is being trained in barrels. This mare can also jump like nothing else. Up to 5' so far. In the lower to mid 80s in dressage. This mare has a lot of spark, and is not for beginners. She wears steel shoes, needs farrier work done every three months.

Price: $2,500, firm....
     
    07-13-2010, 11:06 PM
  #17
MLP
Foal
Lol

5 year old chestnut TB mare, 15.1hh, solid built with a big round apple bum and big chest.
Retired from racing early as jockeys could not pull her up, she kept bolting.
Lovely nature but for very experienced rider only. Possibly need re-breaking.
Not for breeding as will kick, bite and try to trample the vet, jumps out of crush.
Good for farrier and good to float, however will only float backwards looking out the tailgate.
LOvely movement, very elegant, but too hot for dressage. Suit barrel racing or eventing as loves going fast.
Horse will be sent to doggers if not sold before the weekend.
$100 ono
     
    07-14-2010, 03:05 AM
  #18
Weanling
Haha, neat as! I would be:

10 year old, bay, Hanoverian mare with a star. Registered AWB. Officially measured at 17.1hh. Chunky warmblood type, would suit larger rider. Seasoned EA/IEQ/PC official dressage competitor with scores 70%+. Has a lovely floating trot, elevated extensions and uphill canter. Currently training FEI movements, competing Advanved. Showing particular talent for passage. Would suit any rider looking for an experienced dressage mare to take them further. Is definitely an alpha mare, so may not cope with lots of company. Can be cranky in season and slightly girthy. Good to s/f/c/w/w and is generally easy to handle.
$10,000. Price is neg, home is not.
     
    07-14-2010, 04:32 AM
  #19
Green Broke
Ahh man no one would want me!
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6 Y/O green broke Clydie X 16hh
Has some trail miles under her belt at walk, trot and canter although a little unbalanced at times. Tries her heart out, but can become spooked in the bush. Always the underdog in the paddock, better kept with one companion rather than a whole herd. Easy to shoe, wash, worm. Has some issues loading on to a float, once she's on travels well. Difficult with shots.
Has a history of prior abuse so is very timid around new people and places. Needs a firm experienced hand with no aggression.
Free to good home only. References required, possible free lease before purchase.
     
    07-14-2010, 06:26 AM
  #20
Yearling
Solid built with a big round apple bum and big chest.

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Ok 16.2h 9year old anglo-arab mare. Very flashy bay with two white socks(My white legs lol!!) Very pretty girl with arabian face and long thouroughbred legs.
Very enthusiastic mare who is not suitable to beginers due to ability to throw tantrums and stand her ground.
Nice dressage prospect with good muscle covering. No fat on this mare due to being a hard keeper and picky eater!
Good to shoe,vet,worm. Tends to get stressed when travelling long distacnces so breaks are reccomended. Been everywhere and seen lots but can still behave unexpectedly.
Does not stable well dislikes long periods of doing nothing. Ha a tendency to be bossy towards other horses but not aggressive.

Will suit a more experienced rider with large amounts of money to get the best out of this mare!

800 ono
     

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