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    11-04-2012, 08:46 PM
  #4881
Foal
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Originally Posted by Customcanines    
Here's a good one :

Two young males one is a year and a half and my
10 year old son can ride him but we don't do it much because of the pony's age and we got other stuff that can go with them but no saddle 200 each or 350 for the pair or trade for tractor that cuts grass extra for the extra but still cheep would like them to go together thanks that's not my 10 year old he's 16 year old friend just wanted to see how he wold act for the first time somebody was on his back 270-531-5397 trades welcome
I don't get it - she is selling "two young males". The pony and her son?
     
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    11-04-2012, 10:49 PM
  #4882
Weanling
This one is just sad... how can you have a horse for 2yrs and not even name it? Clearly just an object for them, not a living thing.

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2yr old Unamed filly... Thekidsnamedme / Bo Jasper
Was started to be gaited up 12mths ago .. been in paddock sence...no injurys.lease/sell. Getting out of the industry.. near new race cart also avaliable..
     
    11-05-2012, 03:57 AM
  #4883
Started
Not a horse for sale ad but...

horse for sale in Offaly : €0 - DoneDeal.ie

I am looking for a horse for free please some one give me one for my son for christmas

*sigh* So you have no initial money to buy the horse, how are you going to pay for all of it's expenses?
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    11-05-2012, 04:57 AM
  #4884
Yearling
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Originally Posted by SunnyMeadeFarm    
I thought so too XD just caught me off guard
The area code is 304, and that is West Virginia.... Most people around here take hillbilly or redneck as a compliment, but.... they are giving it a bad name, lol...
     
    11-05-2012, 11:48 PM
  #4885
Yearling
Have a 6 year old chestnut gelding for sale. He is a great horse but he just needs the attention that I can't give him because of work and school. He has a lot of potential he just needs somebody that he can show it to. He came from Thea Chesney who is a professional horse trainer in Southwest Nebraska. I am asking 800 for him but am considering trades for a 2 yr old, or something that is broke to ride. He is able to be saddled, and he lunges, as well as takes the bit. I have not been able to get out there to ride him.


Your selling a 6yr old horse bc you don't have the time, but you want a TWO year old? What is the rationalization behind this on? Btw, I can't believe how many ribs I can see here....
     
    11-06-2012, 12:19 AM
  #4886
Foal
I have to say I have been reading through this thread, and some of them are funny. It is hard to be on the other end though, that of the seller sometimes when you cannot defend youself against crticism.

Last year I sold a mini mule and mini horse on craigslist. In the end, I got full price on them and they got a good home, but I later noticed my ad had been posted on a horse forum. Originally it was posted because someone was thinking about buying them, but it turned into a complete slam fest of my ad. People were making fun of it, crticizing my description of my mini mule as "rare" as being a lie, and based on the pics I had posted people were stating my little mule had dwarfism. It was really hurtful, and I never got to explain that the "rare" was in reference to my mule's height, not just the fact that she was a mini mule (which *are* much less common than mini donkeys) as I have never before or since seen such a tiny mule.

Additionally, my mule absolutely did not have drawfism.......I saw both her sire and dam and they just both happened to be extremely short, she resembled them perfectly. She was about 5, I had her for 4 years, and she was incredibly healthy, and as far as I know, her new owner loves her to death.

I guess I am just a little sensitive to the ad crticism.....sometimes things are clarified if you actually talk to the person who placed the ad. Additionally, I could start a whole new thread about all the idiots, who were totally inappropriate to own a horse, who called me. So it goes both ways.
     
    11-06-2012, 02:21 AM
  #4887
Yearling
Quote:
Originally Posted by KountryPrincess    
I have to say I have been reading through this thread, and some of them are funny. It is hard to be on the other end though, that of the seller sometimes when you cannot defend youself against crticism.

Last year I sold a mini mule and mini horse on craigslist. In the end, I got full price on them and they got a good home, but I later noticed my ad had been posted on a horse forum. Originally it was posted because someone was thinking about buying them, but it turned into a complete slam fest of my ad. People were making fun of it, crticizing my description of my mini mule as "rare" as being a lie, and based on the pics I had posted people were stating my little mule had dwarfism. It was really hurtful, and I never got to explain that the "rare" was in reference to my mule's height, not just the fact that she was a mini mule (which *are* much less common than mini donkeys) as I have never before or since seen such a tiny mule.

Additionally, my mule absolutely did not have drawfism.......I saw both her sire and dam and they just both happened to be extremely short, she resembled them perfectly. She was about 5, I had her for 4 years, and she was incredibly healthy, and as far as I know, her new owner loves her to death.

I guess I am just a little sensitive to the ad crticism.....sometimes things are clarified if you actually talk to the person who placed the ad. Additionally, I could start a whole new thread about all the idiots, who were totally inappropriate to own a horse, who called me. So it goes both ways.
you are not wrong... and I don't like looking at these trying to find a flaw in the ad.... some of them are funny and some of them are sad....
     
    11-06-2012, 06:53 AM
  #4888
Trained
Quote:
Originally Posted by Misty'sGirl    
This one is just sad... how can you have a horse for 2yrs and not even name it? Clearly just an object for them, not a living thing.
The filly is a pacer. She probably has a stable name - when race horse owners say "un-named" they mean that they haven't picked out a racing name for the horse, so the new owner can do that.
     
    11-06-2012, 12:50 PM
  #4889
Yearling
Quote:
Originally Posted by Customcanines    
Here's a good one :

Two young males one is a year and a half and my
10 year old son can ride him but we don't do it much because of the pony's age and we got other stuff that can go with them but no saddle 200 each or 350 for the pair or trade for tractor that cuts grass extra for the extra but still cheep would like them to go together thanks that's not my 10 year old he's 16 year old friend just wanted to see how he wold act for the first time somebody was on his back 270-531-5397 trades welcome

Did anyone else "catch" where she writes that her "10 year old son can ride him..." & then later "explains" that the person on the horse is NOT the 10 year old son, rather, it is his 16 year old friend, because she "just wanted to see how he would act for the FIRST TIME somebody was on his back..."

Um...Helloooo?? Wth...Lie much? So lame. Like the three legged-dead lame of the lier's world!!

That kind of crap REALLY upsets me. I'm HOPING someone will write and say that in my late-morning-after-work-exhaustion-stupor, I just missed something important & clarifying...and in fact, this person isn't really totally full of dung!! Please?? 0.o
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    11-06-2012, 07:34 PM
  #4890
Yearling
Quote:
Originally Posted by Back2Horseback    
Did anyone else "catch" where she writes that her "10 year old son can ride him..." & then later "explains" that the person on the horse is NOT the 10 year old son, rather, it is his 16 year old friend, because she "just wanted to see how he would act for the FIRST TIME somebody was on his back..."

Um...Helloooo?? Wth...Lie much? So lame. Like the three legged-dead lame of the lier's world!!

That kind of crap REALLY upsets me. I'm HOPING someone will write and say that in my late-morning-after-work-exhaustion-stupor, I just missed something important & clarifying...and in fact, this person isn't really totally full of dung!! Please?? 0.o
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Well it could just be an old picture of him being ridden for the first time... Doesn't mean the 10 yr old can't or HASNT ridden him.

My friend told me today she drove 3 hours to go see a horse that ended up being falsely advertised. The seller posted photos/videos of the horse's sire in a deliberate effort to deceive. THAT makes me mad.
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