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post #1521 of 7202 Old 10-21-2011, 02:24 PM
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Reg 5yr old Sorrel Solid Mare (Sunnyside)

Classy Tatum Moon
Sire- BANDITS DAKOTA MOON
Dam-MISS CLASSY LIN

E-mail for more info.

----yes, this was the whole ad.
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post #1522 of 7202 Old 10-21-2011, 10:41 PM
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"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.

Huh? Who writes these ads?!
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post #1523 of 7202 Old 10-22-2011, 12:23 AM
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Yearling starting and training?! Really?! O.o

Yearling Starting and Training
Yearling Starting and Training


Need help getting your baby under saddle and giving it some ground manners?

**Disclaimer-I just put the first sentence of the ad. The rest of it was okay, but that part just made me go O.o

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post #1524 of 7202 Old 10-22-2011, 01:54 AM
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OK, I find this ad (actually, one of the pictures accompanying it) extremely scary. :-O
QH MARE REDUCED SELL/LEASE/PAYMENTS

Due to death ing the family we need to find this member a new family. 03 mare. Not reg. But is purebred. 15HH stocky. Not broke but a adv-beginning could start her with no problem. I have not found anything she is afraid of. She will let you sit on her walk around on her too. With tack or bareback. Trailers. With the death and family medical issues right now she needs a home. $1000. Firm, lease, payments or part- trade. Willing to work with you. Needs to be gone by the end of the month or first week of nov.

**Okay, so that second picture with the toddler on the mare's back and the *maybe* 10-year-old kid walking next to them. Yeah, that's REAL safe. "Let's toss our toddler up on an UNBROKE horse bareback, with no helmet, only a bridle, on asphalt and let then let them walk around with our 10-year-old walking four feet away!" Brilliant. *facepalm*

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post #1525 of 7202 Old 10-22-2011, 10:27 AM
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Yearling starting and training?! Really?! O.o

Yearling Starting and Training
Yearling Starting and Training


Need help getting your baby under saddle and giving it some ground manners?

**Disclaimer-I just put the first sentence of the ad. The rest of it was okay, but that part just made me go O.o
Very sad!
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post #1526 of 7202 Old 10-24-2011, 12:45 AM
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Looking for a Stud
Uhh... why?

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post #1527 of 7202 Old 10-24-2011, 11:49 AM
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Looking for a Stud
Uhh... why?
under $300? Not going to get a good stud for that, unless the stud has an idiot owner.
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post #1528 of 7202 Old 10-25-2011, 11:43 AM
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"Tacomma is 7 years old. He rides English/ western and loves to jump. Stands 15.1 hands Has been riden by a Beginner . He's a great horse bombproof. Would do best with seperate turn out by himself Due to he is possible cryptorchid . Email for more info For sale or trade"

At least they're being honest...
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post #1529 of 7202 Old 10-25-2011, 12:02 PM
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Okay, really?! $15,000 for a kid's pony?! Must be one hell of a pony...that you can't even put pictures up of! And who spends $15,000 on a kid's Christmas present, anyway?!

Perfect Christmas Pony
Perfect Christmas Pony - $15000 (Queen Creek)


Beautiful Large Hunter/Jumper Pony from beginner to advanced. This pony can do it all. Email for info and video

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post #1530 of 7202 Old 10-25-2011, 12:03 PM Thread Starter
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I do have to say that I know quite a few paints and quarter horses in the 16+ hand range. For the western and english pleasure classes they seem to be liking the taller thoroughbredy looking horses, just my opinion on what I've been seeing lately. Still I personally prefer the small bulldog type quarter horses and paints that would actually last on a working ranch. Some of these ads are pretty scary. Just makes you wonder why or how they even got a horse in the first place.
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