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    07-03-2012, 03:13 PM
Green Broke
I like the App :) Nice jump!
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    07-03-2012, 03:38 PM
Green Broke
I will say I have seen the bit that's in that fillys mouth used on more advanced horses but I would never put it on one so young and with a guy with such rough hands.
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    07-03-2012, 03:42 PM
Green Broke
Originally Posted by Ray MacDonald    
I like the App :) Nice jump!
I liked him to (im not an english rider though) hah but for owning a horse that long you should be correct on his pattern and color.

Sorry for the double post! :/
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    07-03-2012, 04:33 PM
Originally Posted by BarrelracingArabian    
yet another 4 year old bombproof kids horse -_- .. 4yr old bombproof kids horse
" Nice feet. Only needed trimming once in the past year. "

All I can say is WOW.
    07-03-2012, 04:58 PM
Beautiful, Quick and Snappy Barrel Racing Mare!

Beautiful, Quick and Snappy Barrel Racing Mare! - $15000 (Wadsworth, OH)

Date: 2012-06-24, 5:05PM EDT
Reply to: dhgvh-3098618173@sale.craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

Reduced Price!!
Hello, my name is Samantha and I am selling a bay thoroughbred mare. Her name is Jodi and she is seven years old. She loves to be around people and loves the attention. She has a willing attitude to try new things. She obeys all of your commands and is a fast learner. I have trained her to do barrel racing and pole bending. She has come along well. I have taken her to shows and she does a terrific job. I have not had a bad run on her. She listens to all commands and leg pressure. She is a beautiful mover and is very light in the mouth. She responds to the voice command "whoa". She does lateral movements, backs up, moves her hind end, and front end. She does roll backs smoothly. She has been trail ridden and does a fantastic job. She crosses through creeks, walks over logs, and walks over bridges. She longes and gets along great with other horses. You do not need to longe her before you ride. She ties, clips, loads, stands for farrier, and bathes great. She is utd on shots, worming, farrier, and teeth. I am asking $15,000 Or Best Offer! Come and Check this Mare Out! If you have any other questions please don't hesitate to ask. You can call me at (330) 6 nine 0- two 7 five 1. If I don't answer please leave me a message and I will return your call as soon as I can. Thank you for looking. Samantha

For more photos and videos please go to these websites:


cherokee1011's channel - YouTube

Now maybe if she had some awesome times but from the video my guess she isnt even a D1. $15,000 is a little steep for my budget!
    07-04-2012, 02:49 PM
2 year old thoroughbred cross
Because that is the best pictures they can get to advertise their horse.
I am moving and do not have a place to keep this horse. He is halter broke. Leads well, stands for the farrier and loads well. He is not registered. $500.00 OBO. Would like to find him a home by 7/7/12 as I will be moving next week.

Cash only please.

    07-04-2012, 02:52 PM
Could use some groceries poor guy. I hope they arent riding him too hard in that condition.

I have a 12 year old grey ranch gelding for sale. He has a lot of cow in him. He I very very fast, you can rope off of him. He would make a good roping horse. He is not for a beginner but he doesnt have bad habits. He stands to be groomed, trimmed, sprayed, bathed. He loads and trailers. Catch anywhere. No bad habits. Great color. Great roping prospect
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    07-04-2012, 03:02 PM
Short and simple. Lol.
horse (Fannin Co.)

Date: 2012-07-04, 10:46AM CDT
Reply to: [Errors when replying to ads?]

Broke ,woreout cowboy looking for broke woreout horse.
    07-04-2012, 03:10 PM
Would anybody here like a baby by this um..."proven" stud? Lol. I think I would geld him.
AQHA Horse... Make Offer - $4000 (collin county)
Date: 2012-07-03, 12:45PM CDT
Reply to: [Errors when replying to ads?]

Mr Oogie Boogie Man- is a 2007 Stud that's 15.1 hands tall with 15 days of riding. On his fourth ride I started him out of the round pen and we rode down the road. He's like an old gelding! He has lots of potential to do what ever you want!! Keep him a stud and breed and work him or geld him and put him to work he can do either one. With more riding he would a make great family/ trail horse or could do barrels/roping with his long deep stride. I only broke him this year do to the fact he was a slow grower, due to being bottle raised. He is no puppy like a lot of bottle raised foals turn out to be, he knows he's a horse and knows to respect humans.

I will geld him if you want with confirmation of purchase.........

This is an increddable hores with a long life ahead of him!! Get him now and train him your way.
He is a proven sire of a colt and filly both big beautiful foals , easy to work with and train.

For more info please email me and ill give you my phone number so we can talk!!

    07-04-2012, 03:15 PM
"He has blue eyes, therefore he MUST be bred immediately!" Also why would you own a stallion and be breeding if you don't even know how to fix simple problems?
MUST SELL NOW! 7 yr old TWH/QH/Paint SSHBEA Registered Stallion - $800 (Comanche, TX)

Date: 2012-07-02, 8:06PM CDT
Reply to: kgvbs-3087839824@sale.craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]


Flashy 7 year old Tennessee Walking Horse/Paint Quarter Horse Stallion ... Both blue eyes ...
Very good temperament ... Registered with SSHBEA ... $800 OBO ...
Must sell quickly ... Throws beautiful one or both Blue eyed babies ...
Chocolate and White "T" shaped blaze face; chestnut head and ears with chestnut extending onto neck; remainder of body is white...
Baron's Old Stud Leroy... out of prize winning Trey's Red Baron and Pride's Trey Boy ...
Needs consistency and a firm hand ...
The only issue we've found that he has is that when we're about to mount him, he starts walking forward, and I do not know how to break him of that...
Has never bitten or kicked or acted mean in any way...
Please email or call three2fivefour5oneseven3fivesix...NO TEXTING... email or call only please... serious inquiries only please...
We're located in Comanche, Texas...
Thank you!


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