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    12-21-2011, 02:30 PM
  #2061
Yearling
Horse Fore Sale!
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He's using a saddle pad as a bareback pad. I sure hope they don't actually ride her like that. I don't even know if its a mare or gelding
     
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    12-21-2011, 02:33 PM
  #2062
Yearling
unusual brown gelding
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How is he unusual? Why is brown desirable in the Rockies?
     
    12-21-2011, 02:36 PM
  #2063
Yearling
MUST SELL HORSE
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First they say they don't have the papers, then they say if you want to DNA test her, they will give you a copy of the papers. I am a little confused. Is it that they don't have the originals, but they have copies, and copies don't count?
     
    12-21-2011, 02:40 PM
  #2064
Green Broke
Lately there have been a lot of ads on Craigslist in my area that I think are kind of dumb. Mind you, good, young horses are going in my area for under 1000. There is a family that keeps advertising the SAME 2 horses separately but I know they are the same because of the phone number and the pictures with the same tubby guy on them. Both horses are over 20 and supposedly have earned breeder futurities (one is a gelding), and high point awards at AQHA National Shows (even though they claim there is some issue with the breeder so they aren't registered) and they go on and on about their accomplishments and want $8,000 for the gelding and 10,000 for the "breedable mare." In the pictures both horses look worse off than the rescues my friend occasionally takes in, all skin and bone.

As if a person in their right mind would buy a horse over 20 for 8K, let alone 10K? I think it's pure stupidity or else someone is being forced to sell his horses and is putting up unreasonable prices so they won't sell.
     
    12-21-2011, 02:43 PM
  #2065
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Cinnys Whinny    
Lately there have been a lot of ads on Craigslist in my area that I think are kind of dumb. Mind you, good, young horses are going in my area for under 1000. There is a family that keeps advertising the SAME 2 horses separately but I know they are the same because of the phone number and the pictures with the same tubby guy on them. Both horses are over 20 and supposedly have earned breeder futurities (one is a gelding), and high point awards at AQHA National Shows (even though they claim there is some issue with the breeder so they aren't registered) and they go on and on about their accomplishments and want $8,000 for the gelding and 10,000 for the "breedable mare." In the pictures both horses look worse off than the rescues my friend occasionally takes in, all skin and bone.

As if a person in their right mind would buy a horse over 20 for 8K, let alone 10K? I think it's pure stupidity or else someone is being forced to sell his horses and is putting up unreasonable prices so they won't sell.
wow that is insane. A joke maybe?
     
    12-21-2011, 03:02 PM
  #2066
Weanling
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Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
Horse Fore Sale!
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He's using a saddle pad as a bareback pad. I sure hope they don't actually ride her like that. I don't even know if its a mare or gelding
Okay. I don't get it. The majority of the ads I have seen lately show a person standing on the horse. To me it's unnecessary. Maybe they're trying to show how trustworthy the horse is, but really not necessary. When I'm looking for a horse, it's generally to ride, not to use as a step ladder so I don't need to stand on it. Besides, it may be easier to get a horse to stand in one place then to make it go. Proves little to me....other than the person obviously wanted to stand on a horse because, "hey, all they other ads are doing it!"
     
    12-21-2011, 03:18 PM
  #2067
Weanling
QH GRULLA GELDING--DRIVES AND RIDES

Maybe it's just bad video quality, but the horse does not look grulla to me. Also, considering all they say he can do I expected a bit more video.
     
    12-21-2011, 03:23 PM
  #2068
Yearling
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Originally Posted by SmallTownGypsy    
Okay. I don't get it. The majority of the ads I have seen lately show a person standing on the horse. To me it's unnecessary. Maybe they're trying to show how trustworthy the horse is, but really not necessary. When I'm looking for a horse, it's generally to ride, not to use as a step ladder so I don't need to stand on it. Besides, it may be easier to get a horse to stand in one place then to make it go. Proves little to me....other than the person obviously wanted to stand on a horse because, "hey, all they other ads are doing it!"
i guess it is to show how quiet the horse is. But if they want to show off the horse, they should get a video or better pictures
     
    12-21-2011, 03:24 PM
  #2069
Yearling
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Originally Posted by SmallTownGypsy    
QH GRULLA GELDING--DRIVES AND RIDES

Maybe it's just bad video quality, but the horse does not look grulla to me. Also, considering all they say he can do I expected a bit more video.
nope definitely a sorrel horse. Haha. Maybe they linked a video to the wrong horse
     
    12-21-2011, 04:47 PM
  #2070
Foal
Anyone else think that this mare is NOT a buckskin?? And... she's done an awful lot for a 2 year old. I mean I start mine the spring of their 2yo year, but its only light work (very light)... wonder how long she holds up??
2 year old Buckskin mare
     



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