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        10-12-2010, 01:07 PM
    Green Broke
    Originally Posted by SugarPlumLove    
    It really depends on the horse. My horse feet only get done once a year
    Once a year??? Mine get done every 6-8 weeks! (and she doesn't wear shoes, that's just trims!)
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        10-12-2010, 01:38 PM
    Originally Posted by Lis    
    Gypsy Cob Mare and Foul
    Mare from out of ireland ruby stands 13hh she bay colour is 8yrs old in good health she been lightly backed but would need bring on as she was in foul when we got her foul going with her foul is three weeks old in good health and is tri colour white browen /black bonny little thing
    Who wants a foul?
    hahhahahaha! I didn't even know what a foul meant! Nice catch
        10-12-2010, 01:47 PM
    Green Broke
    Why is it so easy to find these on Craigslist everywhere?? LOL This one's not as funny as some of these others, but it still made me chuckle :)

    17 year old Barrel Horse - $1500 (ohio)

    he needs an experienced ! He is pretty calm on the trail he gets a little hot when getting towards camp. The more calm you are with him the better he is. He has won many classes when I was showing him constantly. He was grand champion in speed and control and always ran awesome barrel pattern he is very consistant. He is heavy handed!
    with a good tune up and an experienced rider he could be right back to normal. I just don't have the time to put into him. I bought a new horse im training and he is more calm so my boyfriend can ride him. Email me for more info and pictures. He is a beautiful dun! He is about 15 hands and stocky/fat. he has solid feet no shoes needed runs better bare footed. Trades considered!

    He needs an experienced WHAT? I am dying to know! Glad to know that with some training he could be "normal" and who doesn't want a FAT horse!? :)
        10-12-2010, 02:02 PM
    Originally Posted by Hoofprints in the Sand    
    Once a year??? Mine get done every 6-8 weeks! (and she doesn't wear shoes, that's just trims!)
    Mine doesn't wear shoes either but she has amazing feet!! They are rock solid and in perfect shape I ride her on a gravel road though so that might have something to do with it
        10-12-2010, 02:13 PM
    Only in West Va.....my narrative is on red....lol

    2 mares, 1 stud ~ 4 month old Mare, 1 1/2 year old Stud, 2 1/2 year old mare. All brother and sisters.( Looks like they are all in together, so perhaps a little surprise inbred "bonus" too! Lol) They are filled out nicely, they are not broke, but have had halter on. Perfect size for beginners.(but remember, they are NOT broke! And exactly what size would that BE, anyway?) They are 1/2 pony, 1/2 Quarter horse. I have the parents on premises. Would make great barrell racing ponies, or show ponies. Very beautiful pony horses. $275 for all of them. Or $100.00 Each, I won't take any less ~ Don't ask! (you don't have to worry about me!)

    Sorry-can't deliver!
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        10-12-2010, 02:18 PM
    Those are hilarious! The sad thing is, someone is going to go by what they say which is the key ingredient for disaster. What a shame, poor animals.
        10-12-2010, 02:21 PM
    Green Broke
    And they are so cute!
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        10-12-2010, 03:04 PM
    Horse is a palamino gelded. Older horse very gentle horse and trained good. 100lbs of feed goes with him. Any?
    • Location: fenwick
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        10-12-2010, 04:19 PM
    Originally Posted by JennKzoo    
    horse is a palamino gelded. Older horse very gentle horse and trained good. 100lbs of feed goes with him. Any?
    • Location: fenwick
    • it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
    hahahaha! I had to double check if they also had the "palamino" for sale below!

    "palimino and white paint gelding 7 years old 15.0 hands tall very quite and gental gelding."

    • Location: madison ind
        10-12-2010, 04:22 PM
    A good one. You can tell this person taking care of relocating this pony has been around the horse biz for a long time

    Free pony, needs a home (lexington)

    Date: 2010-10-12, 7:07AM EDT
    Reply to: sale-5sstn-2001774341@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

    10hh pony approx 20 yrs. Old. Needs to be in a loving home. Was taken in b/c I couldnt bear to leave her at a stockyard sale. Has been gaining weight very quickly and isnt scary to look at at all anymore. Very cute mover. She is FREE to the first person to come and get her who will TAKE CARE of her. She will need soft hay and beet pulp in order to keep her weight on.

    I DO NOT KNOW IF SHE IS BROKE. I DO NOT KNOW IF SHED BE GOOD WITH KIDS. PLEASE DO NOT ASK ME !!!! All I know is she takes a bit to get her to warm up to people letting her touch her, however I have so little time I really havent tried to work on it with her. She can be friendly, and is super cute.

    Please call 859-***-3251

    No I will not haul her for free somewhere unless you live within a few blocks of me, but I will within an hr. Of lexington for under $100.

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