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        12-20-2011, 09:16 AM
      #2011
    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
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    Why doesnt anyone on Craigslist know how to spell? Or maybe something wrong with their keyboard haha
    Yay! He spelt "gelding" correct!! Unfortunatly, about the only word he did spell right....
         
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        12-20-2011, 09:47 AM
      #2012
    Weanling
    This one I find sad an humorous at the same time.

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    Lady is a 5-6 year old quarter horse. When she was a filly, she got a little too rambunctious in the field and seriously injured her neck. However, when the vet came to put her down, she refused. So, she's living with her mother and another mare in a field and seems to be enjoyng life. Her injury doesn't seem to cause her any pain and she is able to run and buck and roll around. She holds her head a little low but has no problem picking it up, putting it on my shoulder, and standing on my foot so I don't stop loving on her. Very sweet girl. Excellent lawn-mower.
         
        12-20-2011, 01:00 PM
      #2013
    Foal
    Wow... why so many ponies??
    Ponies For Sale
         
        12-20-2011, 01:06 PM
      #2014
    Foal
    $750 stud fee?? Seriously... what has this stallion accomplished? Not to mention if I were offering a stallion's services and asking $750, I think I would manage to post some better pictures of him, maybe some where interested individuals could maybe judge his conformation?? Just a thought.
    Black Straight Egyptian stallion at stud
         
        12-20-2011, 01:09 PM
      #2015
    Foal
    It gets better. The seller is selling his offspring for $300 each but his stud fee is $750?? How does that make sense that his stud fee is more than his foals are worth??
    Black Arabians
         
        12-20-2011, 01:12 PM
      #2016
    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by AppaloosaLover88    
    It gets better. The seller is selling his offspring for $300 each but his stud fee is $750?? How does that make sense that his stud fee is more than his foals are worth??
    Black Arabians
    lmao!! Wow! Way to advertise the bad investment!
         
        12-20-2011, 01:27 PM
      #2017
    Foal
    This is by no means a dumb horse ad, besides the fact that it is lacking info, but...

    I saw this mare over the weekend when I went to pick up a filly, and she is actually really nice. She is a beautiful dark bay! I don't know about her training, but if someone were in the STL area and was looking for a cheap registered horse with a decent start she would be a decent prospect. I probably would have brought her home if I had taken the other saddle I offered to trade. My husband may not have liked it, but that's life! :)

    Registered appaloosa mare
         
        12-20-2011, 05:00 PM
      #2018
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    Originally Posted by AppaloosaLover88    
    It gets better. The seller is selling his offspring for $300 each but his stud fee is $750?? How does that make sense that his stud fee is more than his foals are worth??
    Black Arabians
    I find it interesting that in both ads, none of the horses are listed as registered. The fillies aren't even purebred, their dam is part saddlebred. Backyard breeders? One stallion, one mare, two foals so far. No descent pictures, grazing in a pasture with their heads down, ect. Makes me wonder if the stallion is even registered, or just "registerable" and the two foals the same? Most sensible people advertise that their horse is registered when trying to sell or stand at stud. So I really doubt that they have his papers, or any on the babies. Just saying :)
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        12-20-2011, 06:30 PM
      #2019
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by haleylvsshammy    
    You can do a foal training project in 4-H (or at least in AZ you can!). I'm doing one right now with my 2.5 year old Arabian. Of course I'm working with an experienced trainer, but it's a lot of fun and you learn a LOT!
    i don't know if you can do that here in TX
         
        12-20-2011, 09:00 PM
      #2020
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by draftgrl    
    Yay! He spelt "gelding" correct!! Unfortunatly, about the only word he did spell right....
    haha I bet he misspelled his email and phone number too.
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