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        10-19-2011, 02:07 AM
      #1501
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Lonestar22    
    This. LMAO. Ugh.

    SELLING GOOD HORSE


    A leapord spotted quarter mile horse. What I have allways wanted.
    That is one looooonnnngggg horse!
         
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        10-19-2011, 04:45 AM
      #1502
    Started
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    Originally Posted by sdellin    
    That is one looooonnnngggg horse!
    maybe that's what they meant by quarter mile
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        10-19-2011, 05:25 PM
      #1503
    Showing
    "Mare mom and her mare horse"? Wha? O.o

    i have a mare mom and her mare horse
    i have a mare mom and her mare horse - $1300


    Well I have a mare horse she is 3 yrs old and onother mare horse this one is 1 year.
    Im giving the pair the mom and daughter.
         
        10-19-2011, 05:31 PM
      #1504
    Foal
    So if the yearling is the daughter of the "3" year old mare, that means the mare had her when she was 2 and was bred as a yearling? ARE THEY NUTS!?
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        10-19-2011, 06:03 PM
      #1505
    Trained
    I love Arkansas. Is reall good, yo!

    Hi duke is a non reg quarter horse he is 7 years old and 15.5 or so hands tall and around 1200.1300 lbs he is a bay and green broke he rides good just needs some miles put on him I took him as paymen for some work a few weeks ago and really don't want him he can be a lil stuburn till he gets to know yo then he is a big baby I can't get his pic too upload on hear for some reson but can text you pic upon request I am asking 400 for him or am willing to trade him for a paint horse my wife wants a paint on the paint he or she needs to be 15 hands or taller and no skin and bones as duke is not he looks reall good
         
        10-19-2011, 06:11 PM
      #1506
    Trained
    Here he goes again, I think he posted 6 different ads. I don't want a horse
    Built like a brick.

    Hello I have a wonderful Quarter horse gelding for sale he is worth way more than we are selling he needs an experienced rider! And he perfers to be in a group he can be stubbern if not so I geus you could say he is buddy sour!! But if intrested please txt/call XXX and I will send pictures on request! Oh ya and he has been showed and won 5th he is built like a brick!!
         
        10-19-2011, 07:40 PM
      #1507
    Showing
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by GypsyRose    
    So if the yearling is the daughter of the "3" year old mare, that means the mare had her when she was 2 and was bred as a yearling? ARE THEY NUTS!?
    Holy crap! I didn't even do that math! Eep!

    Here's another one that made me scratch my head...

    Why would you include a chair with a horse? And then it doesn't even say in the ad what the chair actually is. I'm so confused!

    Horse with Chair included
    Horse with Chair included - $800

    Male horse
    6 years old
    Rideable
    Friendly
    Interested please call
    Chair is also included
         
        10-19-2011, 10:08 PM
      #1508
    Trained
    Maybe chair = saddle in non-horseperson speak?
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        10-19-2011, 10:29 PM
      #1509
    Foal
    Oh I like the "rideable" part. Hell almost any horse is rideable, but is it trained to ride?
         
        10-20-2011, 02:27 PM
      #1510
    Weanling
    Just saw this one, for someone who is looking to buy a horse

    "I am looking for a Warmblood or Thoroughbred gelding, between the ages of 6-15, and has to be taller than 16 hands. I am looking for something that is sound, broke, loads, clips, and is an easy keeper. I would like something that has Dressage training, jumping is a bonus. I want something that is either free, or no more than $200, he would go to a GREAT farm, with someone who has over 30 years of equestrian training."

    Ummm... something with Dressage and jumping experience for under $200? I'm thinking not.
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