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post #3001 of 7202 Old 03-27-2012, 07:47 PM
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I haven't read all the posts, but has anybody said anything about height? When I was looking, I read all the time something like 15 6 or 14 4.
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post #3002 of 7202 Old 03-28-2012, 02:11 AM
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wanted buckskin producing stallion (Near Blackfoot)

I am looking for a stallion to bred my buckskin mare to. I would like the staillon to throw gentle kind disposition, have a good hip and the foals be easy to handle
I would like the stallion to be near Blackfoot, Id. Perfer smaller stallion. I would like to bred to a gold color producer, my daughter wants her owen buckskin colored foal.
My mare is only 14 hands and I wouldn't want the foal to be any bigger once it is growen.

If you have a stallion like this please send me pictures and information. Include you contact info.


I will leave their bad spelling alone... So there is no consideration of conformation, so long as the stud has a big hip and a good disposition. And what will they do when they breed to another buckskin and get a chestnut, black, bay, palomino, smokey black, or cremello? Perhaps they should just buy an easy to handle buckskin weanling with a big butt
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post #3003 of 7202 Old 03-28-2012, 03:00 AM
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wanted buckskin producing stallion (Near Blackfoot)

I am looking for a stallion to bred my buckskin mare to. I would like the staillon to throw gentle kind disposition, have a good hip and the foals be easy to handle
I would like the stallion to be near Blackfoot, Id. Perfer smaller stallion. I would like to bred to a gold color producer, my daughter wants her owen buckskin colored foal.
My mare is only 14 hands and I wouldn't want the foal to be any bigger once it is growen.

If you have a stallion like this please send me pictures and information. Include you contact info.


I will leave their bad spelling alone... So there is no consideration of conformation, so long as the stud has a big hip and a good disposition. And what will they do when they breed to another buckskin and get a chestnut, black, bay, palomino, smokey black, or cremello? Perhaps they should just buy an easy to handle buckskin weanling with a big butt
Oh Sunny, there you go again with your logic....
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post #3004 of 7202 Old 03-28-2012, 11:22 PM
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I saw this ad and immediately thought of this thread, that's bad. Not for sale but still.....
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post #3005 of 7202 Old 03-29-2012, 01:17 AM
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Think this horse is a stallion? They only mention it FOUR times in their brief ad. No mention of height, whether he's registered, or what training he has (other than "ride able"), but hey, at least we know he has balls!

It's tempting to take him (he's free) and geld him, but check out those withers!

WILDCAT BOBBY LUCK

Free to good home, Buck skin paint stallion 15 yr old Sweet heart, in your back pocket kind of horse could use a tune up but is ride able. Move forces sale, the place were at doesn't allow horses and we don't want to give him to just anyone. You must have experience with horses as he is a stallion. We are only giving him away because he is a stallion and it is hard enough to sell horses these days much less a stallion, otherwise we would be asking what he is worth. If interested please call 541-604-1948








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post #3006 of 7202 Old 03-29-2012, 01:34 AM
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I just read this one today in the spokane cl
quarter horse black filly - $200 (north idaho)

quarter horse black filly


Beautiful filly, yearling. She is black with a little snip on her nose and 2 socks. She is not halter broke, but had been messed with as a foal. My loss is your gain......out of a dun quater horse mare and a black and white paint...PQRS Cash in Black. This filly is not registered. Selling as is. We can load her for you and even have a halter on her if you want. This little girl has some cow in her, will be great in the arena, roping, barrels. Would trade for a goat


She has cow in her? I hate that expression it sounds like she has been eating beef or that one of her grandparents was a cow. I also like will trade for goat.
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post #3007 of 7202 Old 03-29-2012, 05:26 AM
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poor boy, his back looks like it hurts..


Paint stallion for sale

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post #3008 of 7202 Old 03-29-2012, 05:44 AM
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Just found this as I was perusing craigslist...


For Sale
Reg TWH Palomino guelding, 15.2 hds tall, show and trail horse. Directly out of Gens Armed & Dangerous stallion. Well bred. Also trained to pull a cart... $1,500.00.neg ill take 1,200 without the papers
He has over 14 champions in his bloodline his sire has passed away now so you can no longer get any breedings from him and it used to cost $2500 just to breed a mare to him.

Besides the "guelding" and the pointless information about the horse's sire... there is something I don't understand.

Why would you agree to sell the horse for 300 dollars less if you get to keep the registry? What good are the papers if you no longer own the horse? I don't...get it.... Just give the buyer the papers... What's the big deal? O.o

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post #3009 of 7202 Old 03-29-2012, 06:53 AM
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This girl needs rescued...


Paint Filly>

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post #3010 of 7202 Old 03-29-2012, 07:08 AM
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Older Mare For Sale


I have an older, Creamella with blue eyes mare for sale. She's between 15-20 years and is a good children's horse. Very gentle and well mannered.
I'm wanting $750 for her or I might be willing to trade for outdoor toys or yard art.
Morgan Western Saddle is also available for $250.
Located in Big Lake, AK. If you'd like directions to come out and see her then you can call for directions at

Nice spelling. And I suppose you can trade for whatever you want. At least those things don't eat.
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