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post #401 of 7202 Old 01-07-2011, 12:25 PM
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Not a horse for sale, but something about this just seemed odd

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Board Wanted - $200 (Anywhere)

Date: 2011-01-06, 5:15PM PST

Hi I am looking to find a place to board my one horse. I am wanted a place with riding rings, large stalls, tack room ( with saddles and reins I may use). I will buy my own feed for my horse. I will be out at your farm every other day ( 4+ times a week for several hours) to look after my horse. A place close to surrey would be nice. I don't have alot of money but am willing to spend $200 or less a month for a nice place. Email me
Maybe some barns do that? I've never heard of it.
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Definitely seems a bit fishy. Don't know of any place that lets you borrow reins (I'm guessing they meant bridle) and saddle as part of the board, not to mention he/she said reins, not bridle. So you have a bridle, but need reins??
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post #403 of 7202 Old 01-07-2011, 01:26 PM
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Maybe some barns do that? I've never heard of it.
Some boarding stable around here loan out saddles. But only fully paid boarders get to use them and the saddles don't leave the property.

While it does seem a bit odd that they have a ride-able horse yet no saddle, some people use the saddle loan while they are looking for one that they can buy and fits their horse, or theirs broke and they are tring to gind a new one. It definately would be handy in those situations.
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post #404 of 7202 Old 01-08-2011, 04:22 AM
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Wow, that's a little pricy....


Bay Shire at Stud in Sligo, Ireland

shire stallion at stud

Name: lockley leader
Breed: Shire
Gender: Stallion
Colour: Bay
Height: 18.1 hands
Temperment: 1 (1-calm; 10-spirited)
Date of Birth: May 2006
Age: 5
Registered: Yes
Country: Ireland
Price: 2,147,483,647






Description
shire stallion at stud full bred shire bay with four white socks 18.1h fully registered and approved with the shire society he is of a very calm nature and easy to handle he is broken a riding and being broke to harness at the moment call

Disciplines
English Pleasure, Cutting, Team Roping, Draft Harness

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post #405 of 7202 Old 01-08-2011, 07:56 AM
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Disciplines
English Pleasure, Cutting, Team Roping, Draft Harness
Now that's a versatile horse - expensive but versatile.
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post #406 of 7202 Old 01-08-2011, 10:23 AM
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another crazy horse ad

Funny, that I would recieve this e-mail from a friend just after I found your forum and sat reading and laughing for an hour the other night. This friend knows nothing about horses. After reading this ad she sent ,(following this) I called her and she was serious about me calling on this because "Its a FREEEE horse!"...

Honey Do Ya is 21 years old registered Paint she stands 15.1 hh she is free to good home/ trade for a beginner's safe horse please no thoroughbreds
before you ride her she has to be lunged and then tacked up and then lunged some more she needs a tie down
she rides in a hackamore she is ok on a rawhide hackamore not the one with a black noseband and is mostly silver
she dosen't like needles she is ok far as her front hooves getting done but the back you might have a little fight on your hands
she really needs alot of work if your gonna ride her I have no idea on how she loads in a horse trailor I wasen't at the place when the lady loaded
her up I've had her since 2007 and she was only ridden in 2007 she just isen't safe for me I am just a begginer
once she learns your feeding scheduale she is a talker she drops weight in the winter time depending on what you feed
her is how much weight she will lose and she doesen't like senior grain not unless you mix it with some
other grain and she has to be wormed by the pellets she won't allow anything by her mouth and if you take off her halter you won't catch her
not unles you trap her she is not crazy about men but if a guy wants to work with her to gain their trust then she will accept them she has had no health issues and
she leads around fine on the ground she has no health issues she is bossy around other horses unless the other horses stand up to her then she is not so bossy
thanks for looking.



p.s if you don't have a begginer safe horse to trade for her it is fine she is free to good home either way I
just want her to go somewhere where she is gonna be loved and not abused she was abused in the past
SERIOUS INQUIRY'S only thanks please call or text me get it better by texting thanks my number is 269-804-XXXX
if you don't have texting than please feel free to e-mail me thanks again

IF YOUR NOT REALLY SERIOUS THEN DON'T CALL ME AND ACT INTERESTED IN HER AND THEN LIE TO ME

p.s. Do you ever notice whenever someone has a horse they can't handle, they lay claim that it is an abuse case rather than admit that they just don't know what the heck they are doing?

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post #407 of 7202 Old 01-08-2011, 10:55 AM
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wanted small horse or pony
cant pay anything for your horse , it will be a gift to a 6 and 7 year old boys who love these animals , we dont have a trailer either so if you are willing to give these children a horse , I know it is asking alot but could you bring it to them. I am shure that they would want to thank you. its all they can talk about and it hurts me that I cant afford to buy them one , thank you They do know that you still have to pay for other stuff for these ponies right??

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post #408 of 7202 Old 01-08-2011, 01:53 PM
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Now that's a versatile horse - expensive but versatile.
Imagine if you were to calf rope off of him, as soon as he stops that calf wouldn't be going anywhere.
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post #409 of 7202 Old 01-08-2011, 02:03 PM
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haha so true!
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post #410 of 7202 Old 01-08-2011, 02:08 PM
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I think the people who wrote the Irish Shires add were confused. I think they thought "cutting" was plowing. And "Team Roping" was logging =/
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