Ok this one I have done a running comentary, this ad just called for it
Experience Foaling in 3-4 months (Weeping Water)I have some really nice broodmares that I am going to let go (sale).
IT'S SELL! NOT SALE~ GRRR THIS DRIVES ME INSANE WHEN I SEE IT!
I have all colors and super pedigrees. These mares produce some awsome babies. They are in foal to a gray stallion we own. I have several of their foals that you can see, pretty much a 90% chance will all foal gray colts.
Hmm, what a surprise, wanna bet it’s a back yard breeder with a no-name stallion who's done... *gasp* nothing!? Breeds of the mares and stud aren't even listed! Are they registered? Apparently its not important! Also, it seems this person has a magical glass crystal ball that she can divine the future in...She knows what color the foals will be and what gender they'll be! Oh, I KNOW! Gray horses tend to produce graying out foals. It’s those darn genes... I'm still not cutting them any slack here.
Some mares are broke to ride, so you don't have to re-breed them,
(OH WOW NEW CONCEPT! RIDING your broodmares that youdon't breed back for a few years!)
you can ride a mare with a colt by her side down the road or trail and they do great!
UM NO, what will happen when baby decides to run hell bent for leather into the wilds of whatever area you are in, and mom decides she's following.... at top speed? Sounds like a great ride to me! Seriously, NOBODY should ever, EVER allow a foal to run loose at mom's side while out riding trails. This is one of the stupidest lines I've ever seen used to "SALE" a horse. The possibilities are endless for that baby to get hurt, tied up somewhere, fall off a cliff, get attacked by other animals/dogs/horses/cows/coyotes/PEOPLE.
You would just love having the experience of having a mare to foal a newborn in about 3-4 months.
Yes, these people actually wrote this. Eye-Bleeding, Mind-Numbing, Makes you want to PUKE and smack them upside the head, I know!
They usually come right up to you to nuzzle the very first day they are born,
(has anyone ever had this happen?)
and would rather follow you, than their mother.
There is a book called "Horses for Dummies". I would gladly mail them a copy if they would stop advertising.
Kids love these colts, it is a great experience for the whole family. They will never forget this experience , compared to all of the other sports activities.
Sports activities at least don't involve LIVE ANIMALS that turn into 1000 pound eating machines that rear, strike, kick, bite, and otherwise figure out how to intimidate those they perceive as lower on the totem pole as them! Or, or try to mount anything from a 100 mile radius!
Actually as long as you are somewhere safe (not on a busy road) it's fine to let a foal run along beside, and it's never to early to halter break and pony the foal, so in that I agree, and yes most do come up and nuzzle you right from day one. I'm guessing they are the type to call all foals colts, not that they think they will all be male. And they are assuming most the foals will be gray, not saying for sure they will be.
Otherwise they do for sure sound like backyard breeders targeting people that have no clue what they are doing.
I did a face palm on this one! Why OH why did they not do something about this poor horse's mane before they posted him?
We have a mini pony for sale he is about 3 years old we think don't really know. Comes with 6 and a half round bells of hay. Good horse was bought for our 2 year old daughter very good with kids. We have moved and no one messes with him. He isnt cliped could be used for breading. HE IS BROKE TO RIDE
Insert horse with no bridle, halter or lead rope: check. Insert kid with no saddle or helmet: check. Insert the fact that the horse still has his brains: check. Insert BARBWIRE right in front of them. So when the pony startles and yanks forward right into the barbwire.... UGH!
(I'm just happy the guy is holding on to her)
P.S. Am I mistaken or is that mini a little to big to be a mini? Compared to the size of that guy and the little girl on him he looks more like a small pony to me. People should really buy a book before owning a horse. Even more so when the horse is still a stallion!
They say they put snow shoes on him in the winter, so I just picture this horse walking with great big snow shoes on his feet. LOL.
Paint/mix gelding for lease
I have a 5 yr. Old gelding who's broke and ready to ride. He's going through a refresher course right now, will be back in a couple weeks. He's black with three white socks and a white blaze on his nose. I'd keep him around the farm myself, but I don't have time to ride these days. I'd prefer a rider who knows what they're doing, do to the fact he can be bullheaded at times. He's utd on his shots and hooves. He's shawed all four right now, but in the winter we usually just put snow shoes on his front and let him go bare in the back. Since I don't have his papers, the lease is only 300 a month.
OMG this drives me insane. You will have a better chance at selling something if you PROOFREAD your ad. If YOU do not know proper English or how to make sentences then find someone that does. UGH.
I was told he is a cross between a paint and quarter horse, but I don't think that what he is so breed is questionable. He is black and has 1 white spot on the frort under his main. He does
NOT KICK, OR BITE.. HE IS A STUD HOW EVER, he has been on acouple of trail ride this past summer been workng with him a little bit. My daughter has road him and he is great with
Kids.. he is very com for a stud. I do not want to get ride of him but I have no choice. My husband don't want 2 horses right now bc we are going thru a hard time. So if you please
Come and take a look at him. He would be a great horse if he was fixed for kids. He is a lover... all around great horse.he is about 7 or 8 years old. Price is neg.....
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