Selling a 4 year old red roan filly (granddaughter of Peptoboonsmal). She's been in Reining training, but is extremly cowy and could go any direction. She's smart and beautiful. Easy to train. She naturally loves to stop. Sound and no vices. Selling due to lack of time.
This one isn't that funny, but Peptoboonsmal? Is there really a QH stud out there named that? XD I love it. Also love the fact that the mare 'naturally loves to stop'
LOL, the Pepto line is one of the bigger names in cutting. I would snatch that mare up in a heartbeat if I had that kind of money just laying around.
I have a beautiful sorrel/white 16yr old mare I would like to trade for a so called "bomb proof" horse. I am not an experienced rider and need a horse I can ride on trails with confidence. Though I am 41, think of me as a 5yr old beginner.
Pros-"Ginger" is 15h, beautiful and sweet. Wonderful ground manners. Picks up all feet, trailers well, stands tied, soft mouth, neck and leg reins. Easy to tack up, leads peacefully, loves attention, has a comfortable trot. Healthy and good feet. Loves to be ridden. Good on trails.
Cons-"Ginger" REARED ON ME!!!! Though I stayed on her, I am now terrified of her. I called her previous owner to see if she had ever done that with her. She said she had a couple of times but she corrected it with a crop between the ears. Unfortunately, that is NOt something I have the experience or even the slightest desire to try to fix.
I have ridden her with no problems before this happened but my fear is keeping me from getting back on her again. I have one other horse and a donkey. I would give your "kids horse" a wonderful, loving home with many treats and lots of attention if you are willing to trade for my "spunky Ginger"
Thank you so much for reading. If you or anyone you know may have what I'm looking for please call Angie 480-232-4452
Location: Apache Junction
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"This horse is a unbelievable almost 2 year old gelding. He is bomb proof would make a great kids horse, lesson horse or beginner horse. He is still growing. Perfect on trails, roads, arena, etc.ties, loads, trailers, bathes, and good with farrier. Bought thinking he would be my kind of horse but he is way to calm. Looking for more of a barrel horse prospect I would put any age kid on Tex like I said he is bomb proof"
Wanted to add that the photos of this yearling show him tacked up, but not being ridden.
Ugh yeah that's pretty annoying.. Does anyone else also find it irritating when people advertise a horse, the main picture is of them being ridden or jumped etc, but then you get into the add and the horse is either "only suitable as a paddock mate" or "unsound so retired to be a broodmare" or something of the likes. That really annoys the heck out of me.
Otherwise they advertise a foal and only have photos of the Sire or dam... No foal.