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        12-16-2011, 02:23 PM
      #1981
    Showing
    That's so cute :P
         
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        12-16-2011, 02:38 PM
      #1982
    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by dee    
    I don't know about how pleasant is it, but we had a horse that loved going to the car wash. I never used the soap on him, nor did I use full pressure up close, but he would stretch out and roll his back around like "get me here, mommy, it itches right here!" He was white, and it was the only way to get him clean, and keep him clean, before a parade. We'd stop at the car wash on the way, and let him air dry in the trailer.
    I have know figured out how to get and keep my white horses clean.
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        12-16-2011, 02:45 PM
      #1983
    Weanling
    I found one,
    "6year old mare 14.2hh bought early summer for myself but way too green for me she needs work she is not a crazy horse but has tried to rear a few times now I ride her with a tie down she trail rides rode rides great alone good with other horses has been taken to a few fun shows will trade for a bomb proff type or im open too offers she is reg pinto and paint black and white!"

    Oh sure, I would love to trade my Bomb-proof, begginer safe horse for your green horse that rears, especially when you are to lazy or not knowledgeable enough to know that putting a tie down on isn't a permanent fix for rearing, and it isn't a substitute for good training.
         
        12-16-2011, 06:59 PM
      #1984
    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by Eclipse295    
    Oh sure, I would love to trade my Bomb-proof, begginer safe horse for your green horse that rears, especially when you are to lazy or not knowledgeable enough to know that putting a tie down on isn't a permanent fix for rearing, and it isn't a substitute for good training.
    I know people who would make that trade.
    There's one horse I know who has been there, done that with everything. He's quiet, but still can move out. He's older, and can't keep up with his owner anymore. He would be a perfect first horse for a beginner trying to learn the basics.
    She would love to trade him for a project OTTB.
    There's an arc in price range. Young green horses are generally cheap. Older done-everything horses are generally cheap. The middle range is more expensive. So it's really not a bad trade.

    As far as her not being knowledgeable, I give her credit for admitting to it. How many people do we see come to this forum every day, way over-horsed but determined not to "give up on him/her"? Those are the disasters waiting to happen. The seller here is smart enough to get out before the disaster occurs.
         
        12-16-2011, 09:15 PM
      #1985
    Yearling
    Gelding, lightly greenbroke, show prospect
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    Doesnt look like much of a show prospect
         
        12-16-2011, 10:02 PM
      #1986
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by Shenandoah    
    I know people who would make that trade.
    There's one horse I know who has been there, done that with everything. He's quiet, but still can move out. He's older, and can't keep up with his owner anymore. He would be a perfect first horse for a beginner trying to learn the basics.
    That's exactly why I need. Surely she'd be able to trade him quite easily?
         
        12-16-2011, 10:15 PM
      #1987
    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
    Gelding, lightly greenbroke, show prospect
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    Doesnt look like much of a show prospect
    Wow that's a wonky photo
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        12-16-2011, 10:16 PM
      #1988
    Started
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    Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
    Gelding, lightly greenbroke, show prospect
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    Doesnt look like much of a show prospect
    could be pretty, but what a horrible picture of him! Maybe from a better angle he would look more like a good looking horse..
         
        12-16-2011, 11:15 PM
      #1989
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by amp23    
    could be pretty, but what a horrible picture of him! Maybe from a better angle he would look more like a good looking horse..
    he looks long and skinny. His neck is very thin it looks like
         
        12-17-2011, 04:26 PM
      #1990
    Weanling
    "I have a black mare. She is very gentle. Probably the best kid horse you will find. My two year old stands behind her and brushes her tail. She is underweight but she has gained weight since I have had her. She is very tall.. not quite sure how many hands but she is a big girl... I hate to sale her but I can't afford the the food anymore. Call Lacey @ ***-***-****. Thank you and god bless."

    I'm sorry, but I don't care how gentle a horse is, I would never allow my two year old to stand behind it for any reason. There is always a possibility of something causing the horse to kick and that could be deadly to a child of that size. Crazy ass parents out there.
         

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