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post #3071 of 7202 Old 04-04-2012, 09:00 AM
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^^I completely agree. I'm not a fan of barbed wire either.
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post #3072 of 7202 Old 04-04-2012, 09:07 AM
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We never used barb wire, but had an accident prone gelding that found ways to go to the vet. He had all sorts of ugly scars on his hind legs even though they were regularly cleaned and taken care of.
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post #3073 of 7202 Old 04-05-2012, 09:40 AM
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In the new aution catalog there is the horses blood lines but the discription has one word. "cribber".
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post #3074 of 7202 Old 04-05-2012, 01:25 PM
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I love how the picture is upside down. Also, is it me or does she look swayback?

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post #3075 of 7202 Old 04-05-2012, 01:27 PM
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Isn't 3 years old a bit young to be ridden as much as they say that mare is being ridden? They look beautiful though.
American Saddlebred Riding Horses
Two American Saddlebreds. One 5 year old gelding the spotted one.
One Choc mare 3 years old. Both are being ridden nearly everyday in an enclosed arena, on roads, trails and meadows
around Estes Park. Ridden by riders between the age of 14 and 74. Come to Estes Park and watch them being\
saddled, handled, and ridden. Watch them perform. Make a reasonable offer. What do I consider a reasonable
offer? Something over $3000.00, depends on which horse you fall in love with. Call 970-217-1595
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post #3076 of 7202 Old 04-05-2012, 01:28 PM
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She looks like she is a bit swayed, but her markings make it look a ton worse than what it actually is.
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post #3077 of 7202 Old 04-05-2012, 01:28 PM
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Isn't 3 years old a bit young to be ridden as much as they say that mare is being ridden? They look beautiful though.
American Saddlebred Riding Horses
Two American Saddlebreds. One 5 year old gelding the spotted one.
One Choc mare 3 years old. Both are being ridden nearly everyday in an enclosed arena, on roads, trails and meadows
around Estes Park. Ridden by riders between the age of 14 and 74. Come to Estes Park and watch them being\
saddled, handled, and ridden. Watch them perform. Make a reasonable offer. What do I consider a reasonable
offer? Something over $3000.00, depends on which horse you fall in love with. Call 970-217-1595
For riding to much no. My mare i got at the end of her 3 year old year with 180 rides on her.
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post #3078 of 7202 Old 04-05-2012, 01:30 PM
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I'm not entirely sure if she's sway backed or has a past injury that funkied up her back. The sway backs I've seen and dealt with haven't had that sharp of an angle at the start of their sway.

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post #3079 of 7202 Old 04-05-2012, 01:30 PM
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Another example of stupid horsemanship. Whoever sold her is horrid.

I have a beautiful black mare who foaled almost a year ago. I bought her green broke not knowing she was pregnant. She has not been ridden since. I do not have the experience or knowledge to retrain her. She foaled a beautiful colt and was a very good mother. She has a lot of energy and needs to be worked, to be ridden. She was only two when she got pregnant. She would also make a good broadmare. But does need the ability to get out and run. She has good bloodlines as well. She is also AQHA registered.
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post #3080 of 7202 Old 04-05-2012, 01:31 PM
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Ick! The mare's neck is so thin! I don't know anything about Saddlebreds so I'm not sure if that's generally normal, but to me it's not pretty.
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