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post #1201 of 7202 Old 07-25-2011, 07:28 AM
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LOL That ad must have been pretty bad, and I went there and it has been flagged for removal!
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post #1202 of 7202 Old 07-25-2011, 04:09 PM
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If this horse is 2 years old, then I am Minnie Mouse and pigs are flying over a frozen hell.

2 year old white gelding

And either these people seriously have no idea what a horse like this will go for or they are lying and there is something seriously wrong with him. If he is truly what they claim, they could easily get 5-10 times that much for him.
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post #1203 of 7202 Old 07-25-2011, 04:21 PM
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If this horse is 2 years old, then I am Minnie Mouse and pigs are flying over a frozen hell.

2 year old white gelding

And either these people seriously have no idea what a horse like this will go for or they are lying and there is something seriously wrong with him. If he is truly what they claim, they could easily get 5-10 times that much for him.
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Wow to both of those! I'd be half tempted to check out the roping horse if I was nearby, those people are either very out of touch with value or liars. He would be a heck of a steal if the are just naive!

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post #1204 of 7202 Old 07-25-2011, 04:32 PM
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Oh, I know. If he is even close to what they claim, I know a guy who runs a horse sale in Dallas/Fort Worth that averages 8,000-25,000 a head for horses like that that are well bred. Unfortunately, at this point, I don't have $2000 just laying around or the time to fine tune his training .

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post #1205 of 7202 Old 07-25-2011, 06:48 PM
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And I was thinking I should start breeding horses and selling them in Texas, cause here in WI yeah, 2000 sounds fare to me. I don't know anyone who would spend 8 to 10 thousand for a horse! So if you are looking for a good trained horse come to WI I guess, cause we have plenty in that price range!
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post #1206 of 7202 Old 07-25-2011, 07:03 PM
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bahaha these people are on something!
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uh yes that horse looks COMPLETELY calm and quiet...
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post #1207 of 7202 Old 07-25-2011, 07:23 PM
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And I was thinking I should start breeding horses and selling them in Texas, cause here in WI yeah, 2000 sounds fare to me. I don't know anyone who would spend 8 to 10 thousand for a horse! So if you are looking for a good trained horse come to WI I guess, cause we have plenty in that price range!
The only thing is, this sale that I am talking about is very exclusive. They don't take just any horse, it has to be good looking and exceptionally well broke and experienced. There are still hundreds of other horses very similar to that guy that are selling for that much or less in my area simply because not too many folks know about those types of sales or have the ability to get their horse into them. I just happen to have the connections to know where good horses are still bringing dang good money.

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post #1208 of 7202 Old 07-25-2011, 08:36 PM
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" Very Well trained and groomed." Yeah, I will pay $20,000 for a well groomed horse! LOL
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post #1209 of 7202 Old 07-25-2011, 08:38 PM
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gypsy-hahah right!!! that horse must poop gold!

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post #1210 of 7202 Old 07-26-2011, 10:22 AM
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bahaha these people are on something!
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I wouldn't be so sure. My new neighbor trains and sells horses like this, and it's not unusual for him to get $10,000+ for one - even though it's not registered. As long as it has at least 1/2 Andalusian in it, he will buy and train the horse for resale. He can make pretty good money on a horse. He just sold one that was and Andy/Paso Fino cross, fully trained to dance, for $12,000. And that's here in Oklahoma - where a well broke horse only sells for about $150 right now! In California, he might get double that.

I'm just glad he doesn't use some of the methods that I've seen other trainers use to get the horse to "dance." Then again, his finished products don't step quite as high as the horses that are abused, either. They also stay sound, which is more than some other trainers can claim...

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