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post #4831 of 7202 Old 10-25-2012, 07:15 PM
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Palomino AQHA anSmall horse

. . . What? "Small horse" lol, and she's too big for him!:(
And on top of that $1,000 for that tiny pony?? Seems like a lot!
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post #4832 of 7202 Old 10-25-2012, 07:19 PM
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And on top of that $1,000 for that tiny pony?? Seems like a lot!
It certainly does! O.O I was just checking the Missoula listings for a reading of how expensive horses are out there (moving there for school in two years, fingers crossed!), and I might just have to buy a horse out here instead and ship!

I also found this one . . . Again, what? Gelding walks to fast

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post #4833 of 7202 Old 10-25-2012, 08:05 PM
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Palomino AQHA anSmall horse

. . . What? "Small horse" lol, and she's too big for him!:(
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It certainly does! O.O I was just checking the Missoula listings for a reading of how expensive horses are out there (moving there for school in two years, fingers crossed!), and I might just have to buy a horse out here instead and ship!

I also found this one . . . Again, what? Gelding walks to fast
No kidding! But then again it's always where you look... craigslist isn't usually a thriving area for quality animals ;) There may be cheap, good horses, and these owners are just delusional as to pricing! (that's what it's like where I live)
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post #4834 of 7202 Old 10-25-2012, 09:08 PM
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Holy posty hind legs, Batman! I don't know if I've seen hind legs that straight...ever! O.o Poor guy. Definitely not stallion material.
AQHA Buckskin 4 year old stallion
Sounds like a good horse but man, if nuts ever needed to see a pair of nippers it is this guy.

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post #4835 of 7202 Old 10-25-2012, 09:10 PM
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Not sure if you saw it or not, but there is nothing UNDER the horse (where the girth should go) holding the saddle on! They put the girth across the chest instead of under the belly, so there is literally NOTHING holding that saddle on. If that horse bolted, that little kid would be as good as dead.
Haha that was my point :P
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post #4836 of 7202 Old 10-27-2012, 06:11 PM
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PRICE REDUCED!! Sweetheart TB Mare All-Rounder For Sale Or Trade!

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Magdalena (Maggie) is a gorgeous 15.2 hand unregistered Chestnut Thoroughbred Mare. This girl just turned 9 years old September, and is one of the best mares I have ever seen. She has some serious speed and a lot of personality. Total sweetheart of a mare with a huge heart to please! Once on a trail ride a shoe of hers slipped and she continued to ride for the next 4-5 miles without fussing one bit. That being said, she should only be trimmed not shoed. Amazing trail horse and road horse! Stands great for farrier, grooming, tacking up, rides great alone or in a group. On the trails she loves the water and will purposely use one of her front hooves to splash you with water but she does not like baths at the barn for some reason. This mare is a known hero in the Bowling Green area, when my wife was thrown from her horse next to a highway, Maggie instantly dug her hooves in and ran after the horse on a mile long chase down the middle of the road in mid-day traffic until we managed to round up the horse on a back road. You also have to ride this mare a certain way. You CANNOT kick or nudge her in ANYWAY or she will buck. She has extremely sensitive sides and it hurts her so keep your heels off her sides and there will be no problems. She is kiss trained, neck reins, and knows simple voice commands. Maggie rides in a HACKAMORE only! NO BITS! We have tried starting her on bit training and she does fine but will not stop she rides perfect in a hackamore. Rides English(she is a very talented jumper), Western(Been started on the barrel and pole pattern), and Australian. She LOVES being ridden bareback either in the field or on the trail or even the road, and can be ridden in the field with a halter and lead rope. Loves being hugged and rubbed on. Cherishes attention and really has an admiration for children but since we have never tried putting kids on her im not selling her as kid broke horse. Loves trail riding and does not spook at wildlife, water, etc. She does amazing on the road and doesnt mind cars or trucks or even motorcycles but she is still getting used to large vehicles like semis. NO TEST RIDES, we have nowhere where you can test ride her i'm sorry. She also has a mild knick on the back of her right front leg that has been healing for the past few weeks but thankfully it will not affect her soundness at all. Good FOREVER home is a must. This mare is worth 2500 on training alone. Wanting to trade for a running vehicle NOTHING ELSE.
So she will buck, is not able to be ridden in a bit, and you aren't allowed to test ride her. Oh brother.
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post #4837 of 7202 Old 10-27-2012, 07:10 PM
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So she will buck, is not able to be ridden in a bit, and you aren't allowed to test ride her. Oh brother.
A problematic horse with more issues than a mouse stuck in a cobras cage and you can't test ride... Sign me up for this one!
Hopefully she finds a home but....
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post #4838 of 7202 Old 10-28-2012, 03:05 AM
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Sounds like a good horse but man, if nuts ever needed to see a pair of nippers it is this guy.
MALE 3 YR OLD STUD MUSTANG

Get this one while you're at it.

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BROWN WITH BLACK MANE HE IS NOT BROKE HE WILL WALK ON LEASH HE IS GENTLE BUT DOES HAVE HIS MOMENTS "MR ATTITUDE" WE CALL HIM FLICKA HAS A HARNESS WE WERE TOLD HE HAS BEEN RODE BY AN EXPERIENCED RIDER LOOKING TO REHOME will take $175 OBO
He will walk on a leash? Yeah, poor thing is with some clueless people.


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This one too. Brilliant move including two pictures of this little boy rearing while tied, one of them while tied to a tree.

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post #4839 of 7202 Old 10-28-2012, 06:59 AM
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Oh that horse is a beauty.^^ the rearing one.. what a bad example to put up.. let alone encourage.. ugh.. soo dangerous..

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post #4840 of 7202 Old 10-28-2012, 04:03 PM
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Can someone.tell me where that lead rope is tied to in picture number four where he is rearing? Cause it looks like he is tied to the tree branch over his head...

Looks like he could be a quailty gelding with someone who knows how to train a horse.

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