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    02-17-2012, 10:03 PM
  #2581
Foal
Gotta love this one........



"Horse's Name" is a great solid paint broodmare 12 yr old/ 15,3 hands+, Chestnut . We rescued her about 5 years ago from a farm that was starving her. She easily gained weight back. She is an extremely sweet horse and easy keeper and just loves attention. We believe she has had a few foals, so I bred her to a black and white stallion. By herself she had a beautiful healthy black and white colt. She is very tall and the colt definitely gets his height from her. She is a solid paint and this is a great way to get a paint or palomino baby, I am only selling her because I have to downsize and I have ridden her but I do not believe she has ever been trained. Her only vice is that she limps but she has the entire time we have had her and she carried the baby and nursed the baby great, and she let me imprint the baby without even being tied up!! Halter broke and the best broodmare I have ever seen! $500
     
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    02-17-2012, 10:07 PM
  #2582
Weanling
You must be near me, too. I've read that ad many times on the Knoxville CL.

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Originally Posted by lilbit11011    
Gotta love this one........



"Horse's Name" is a great solid paint broodmare 12 yr old/ 15,3 hands+, Chestnut . We rescued her about 5 years ago from a farm that was starving her. She easily gained weight back. She is an extremely sweet horse and easy keeper and just loves attention. We believe she has had a few foals, so I bred her to a black and white stallion. By herself she had a beautiful healthy black and white colt. She is very tall and the colt definitely gets his height from her. She is a solid paint and this is a great way to get a paint or palomino baby, I am only selling her because I have to downsize and I have ridden her but I do not believe she has ever been trained. Her only vice is that she limps but she has the entire time we have had her and she carried the baby and nursed the baby great, and she let me imprint the baby without even being tied up!! Halter broke and the best broodmare I have ever seen! $500
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    02-17-2012, 10:31 PM
  #2583
Weanling
Bump to look at later!
     
    02-17-2012, 10:38 PM
  #2584
Started
I wouldn't call limping a vice... It's a health problem! Poor girl. I can't believe someone would breed a horse simply because she had a baby at one point.. People have NO sense.

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Originally Posted by lilbit11011    
Gotta love this one........

"Horse's Name" is a great solid paint broodmare 12 yr old/ 15,3 hands+, Chestnut . We rescued her about 5 years ago from a farm that was starving her. She easily gained weight back. She is an extremely sweet horse and easy keeper and just loves attention. We believe she has had a few foals, so I bred her to a black and white stallion. By herself she had a beautiful healthy black and white colt. She is very tall and the colt definitely gets his height from her. She is a solid paint and this is a great way to get a paint or palomino baby, I am only selling her because I have to downsize and I have ridden her but I do not believe she has ever been trained. Her only vice is that she limps but she has the entire time we have had her and she carried the baby and nursed the baby great, and she let me imprint the baby without even being tied up!! Halter broke and the best broodmare I have ever seen! $500
     
    02-17-2012, 10:44 PM
  #2585
Started
English Paint Thoroughbred

English Paint Thoroughbred - $2800 (N. Idaho)

Date: 2012-02-16, 11:12AM PST
Reply to: 6wnbr-2854747324@sale.craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

I have a 9 year old paint thoroughbred. He is 16 HH and a sweet boy. He is easy to catch, good with feet, loads great, good ground manners. He has been shown English and places every time. He has wonderful movement and would make a great dressage horse. He has been started in dressage and jumping. He likes to work and show. He is also good on the trails, good with dogs, traffic, water, bridges. He is looking for someone that has more time to ride him then I do at this time. He wants to please the rider and is eye catching. Call 208-266-0346 to come see him.

Location: N. Idaho
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New variety of paint thoroughbreds, English. Yes, I know what they mean, but they have it as part of their title description before the breed. I do wonder about how they ride vertically... Do any of these people that post pictures on Craigslist ever check the pictures before posting them?!?
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    02-17-2012, 10:53 PM
  #2586
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Originally Posted by SunnyDraco    
[url=http://spokane.craigslist.org/grd/2854747324.html]

I do wonder about how they ride vertically...
I definitely just started laughing out loud at this! (good thing im alone).. You have no idea how often I think this, I do beach trail rides and we have so many clueless people, many of which have never been on a horse and we have our eyes glued to them the whole ride for fear of them doing something stupid... And at the end we wonder how we made it! Lol
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    02-17-2012, 11:05 PM
  #2587
Started
Define: YOUNG FILLY

young filly

Somehow, she doesn't look very "young"...

And, um, I think animal owners should use a vet instead of this guy:


Preg-checking for farm animals - $25 (N. Idaho/E. Wa)

Date: 2012-02-15, 12:35PM PST
Reply to: qdft4-2842916030@sale.craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

I have a non-imaging ultrasound machine for testing most animals over 10lbs.

$25 farm call +$8.00 per animal

Most accurate 30-40 days post breeding in goats, sheep, pigs...etc 90 days for horses and cows.
Mobile, affordable!
Call 509-828-7012 or email for more info, or to get your critters checked.
Home - Barton Felch Farms

**write the number down, because I keep getting flagged!

Location: N. Idaho/E. Wa
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    02-17-2012, 11:10 PM
  #2588
Started
There's a reason his posts were getting flagged.....

And wow fat pony! Def not a young filly...
     
    02-17-2012, 11:17 PM
  #2589
Foal
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Originally Posted by amp23    
I wouldn't call limping a vice... It's a health problem! Poor girl. I can't believe someone would breed a horse simply because she had a baby at one point.. People have NO sense.
Yes I am close to Knoxville. I couldn't believe it either. But there are so many backyard horses here that there are a lot of people that think they know everything involving horses. I admit I am still learning and most likely there will always be new things out there....so, my horses and I will learn together, with proper help of course.

I see so many bad things in that post that it blows my mind. How is it that almost every time I see a mare posted she is offered as a broodmare without having any qualifications other than that it's a mare?????
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    02-18-2012, 11:29 AM
  #2590
Started
An APPLY filly named "Dirty Bit" lol

Cute Apply Filly (updated)
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