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    11-08-2011, 12:33 PM
  #1621
Green Broke
I've seen this ad over and over. It drives me nuts! $5000 and the first pic is of her getting her face yanked to her chest. Yeah lovely. I honestly don't think she looks that nice at all. :/

2 yr. AQHA grulla filly 16 hnds +
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    11-08-2011, 06:18 PM
  #1622
Yearling
This one isn't really bad but they are asking $25, 000 for this horse! If you expect someone to pay that much the least you can do is take some decent pictures.

Gypsy Vanner Horse For Sale, New York, hogansburg

Same goes for this one
Dutch Warmblood Horse For Sale, Montana, Belgrade
     
    11-08-2011, 07:30 PM
  #1623
Foal
Not a horse, but:

Circle Y Western Saddle- Park and Trail

So basically, they don't actually know anything about what they're selling, except that it's a Circle Y saddle. Probably 15 1/5" but who knows. Might be Park and Trail model, might be Special, might not be anything at all. Might be semi quarter horse bars, might be full. Maybe someone knows enough about saddles to know if it "might" be worth the $350 they're asking, or if it's a steal or a rip-off at that price. Since they seem pretty unknowledgeable, though, I bet you can talk them down!
     
    11-08-2011, 08:55 PM
  #1624
Yearling
I was shocked at the price of this one. I mean, I have to assume if you start an ad with "Goody was in a trailer accident." that this horse is probably crazy in the head. Yeeaaa, I want to pay $1000 for your psycho horse, to take it off your hands. 0_0

9 yo TB horse, mare - OBO
     
    11-08-2011, 09:33 PM
  #1625
Foal
Sometimes an accident really is an accident (and not because the horse is crazy, and doesn't have to cause the horse to be crazy afterward, either), but they do clearly state she's not rideable. I'm guessing the price is because they think she'd be a good broodmare, like all the studs that have been posted in this thread lately.
     
    11-08-2011, 09:46 PM
  #1626
Foal
Oh my gosh these are hilarious xD
I cried at some of the ones Endiku posted they were that funny! XD
Some people...
     
    11-08-2011, 10:56 PM
  #1627
Foal
I have a very nice calm qh overo stallion for sale he is ten and real good for a begginer or child even tho he is a stallion good to ride along with mares and other horses asking 800 obo call 919 XXX YYYY'
Would also trade for calves, sheep, or other horse

Location: bunn
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Stallion- good for kids...



20 month old filly that is 14.1 hands. She weighs 850 lbs. This horse was started by a 12 year old boy. He rides her every day. She is the quietest young horse that I have ever seen. She bathes, loads, clips, and trims without question. If interested call 910-YYY-XXXX You can reach me on this number day or night.
Thanks
M****l

Location: Tabor City, NC
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Started by a 12 year old!


I have a year and a half old Quarter Horse for sale. He is Beautiful and both parents are on site. I am selling him to make room for a new philly that was born this month. Asking a reasonably low price to get him sold fast. Unbroken but leads well on lead line, very eager to learn. This will be a tall horse and very healthy. UTD on shots and ready to go. Sir: Late night Zippos son- Dam: Pretty Acquisition. Call if interested--- 910-YYY-???? Or 910-XXX-????
In the Pic he will be the one on the left.
Wont find a better deal anywhere I promise.

Location: Faison
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Make room for philly!



16.1H, 9yr old Pinto/Buckskin Paint Mare. Gorgeous horse if you like paints. Quarter morgan cross, not registered. She is very gentle and a bit dingy, she wants nothing more than to please her rider and will do anything asked. I have had her since she was 2 and completely finsihed her, we trail ride alone without issue, she loves to get out an go, never lazy. She will jog for hours and has a trot you can sit all day. Great feet, stands well for farrier and vet and loads. Dances around when getting a bath and prefers to not have her face or ears clipped but other than that she is the perfect horse. Can put anyone on her. Going to be hard to sell this one, but moving and haven't been riding much in awhile, so better to let them go to someone that will get them out and spend sometime on the trails with them. Also have her sister for sale in another listing. (252) X?X-XXYZ

Location: Elizabeth City, NC
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Just a little bit dingy.

Such a great lot of horses available in my area...
     
    11-09-2011, 01:08 PM
  #1628
Teen Forum Moderator
The 20 month old is probably the gentlest stallion ever ridden right now because he's too unbalanced still to do more than plod around with a big old 12 year old boy in a western saddle on him, and hasn't developed all of his hormones yet :3 give him six months to a year, I guarentee he'll be different.

I honestly don't see much wrong with the 'pinto buckskin' mare. She's solid looking, well broke (or appears to be), comfortable ride. Overpriced a bit, sure- I don't see her fetching more than $900-1000 in my area, but if the owner wants what's best for her, they could probably be brought down. Seems like an honest seller who does want whats best for the animal, and is truthful about it's quirks; IMO. I would be interested in her if I wanted a good all-arounder.

The post name made me laugh though. Someone needs just a tad bit of help learning to advertise properly ;)
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    11-09-2011, 02:33 PM
  #1629
Weanling
Dun Gentlemen Drift daughter w/ alot of chrome -2 WAY another just not real great pic to make ya want to say "gotta have that one" lol
     
    11-09-2011, 02:41 PM
  #1630
Teen Forum Moderator
Quote:
Originally Posted by jannette    
Dun Gentlemen Drift daughter w/ alot of chrome -2 WAY another just not real great pic to make ya want to say "gotta have that one" lol
looks like that ones a little too much horse for me! Pass.
     

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