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        11-10-2012, 03:21 AM
      #4901
    Weanling
    Because buying horses "in bulk" totally makes sense...
    Coloureds for sale in Cenarth, Caerphilly | Other Pets for Sale | Gumtree.com

    And this one is just a testament to today's education standards:
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    1 male piable cob fosale
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        11-10-2012, 05:50 AM
      #4902
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    This one made me raise an eyebrow... it starts off well, but by the end of the ad...

    "We have a nice quiet bay gelding. He is 2 years old. He has had some work done on him. Halter broke and we can put a saddle on him and he does not freak. We have put young kids on his back and led him around with no problem. He did have a small accident with barb wire, he cut his eye but the vet seems to think that he has some sight and is very comfortable with anything on that side. Need him gone as we are expecting another foal in the spring. If you have any questions please message me."
         
        11-11-2012, 01:48 PM
      #4903
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    Large pony black and white - $500 (Milmay)

    Date: 2012-11-11, 10:33AM EST
    Reply to this postReply to: v6nq5-3401973468@sale.craigslist.org[Errors when replying to ads?]



    Green broke living girl five easy keeper gentle no buck tires loads more info xxx xxx xxxx about 14 hands






    • Location: Milmay
    • it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests

    Well I sure hope she's living!
         
        11-11-2012, 03:08 PM
      #4904
    Weanling
    Well, as long as she's living, I think I'll buy her.
         
        11-11-2012, 03:10 PM
      #4905
    Started
    ^^^ She's a pretty little thing I'd snatch her up if I could.
         
        11-11-2012, 05:01 PM
      #4906
    Yearling
    daft pull horse - $1500 (monroe)

    I have a beautiful one year old daft horse he cut already and ready to start pulling about 17 hands already very good horse would be a good carrige or buggy puller and alround work house



    daft pull horse
         
        11-11-2012, 05:15 PM
      #4907
    Green Broke
    Well... i've always wanted a good work house!
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        11-11-2012, 05:27 PM
      #4908
    Yearling
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    Well... i've always wanted a good work house!

    ..and a daft one at that.
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        11-11-2012, 05:29 PM
      #4909
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by DimSum    
    ..and a daft one at that.
    Nothin like a good daft carrige work house!! And at that price! Such a steal!!
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        11-11-2012, 08:32 PM
      #4910
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    Not sure if this falls under the "dumb ad" category but I had a brief debate with a woman who insisted that a brown dun filly was going to turn into a grulla. She thought for sure because the filly was shaved as a yearling and she was that lighter/grey color after clipped that meant she would shed off a grulla. I tried to explain that no, that's what happens when you clip a horse & this filly is indeed brown based meaning she cannot wake up one morning and turn into a black dun. I have been directed to her website because this was somehow going to prove that she was right and I was wrong. It then became obvious why I'll never win that debate. Aside from the fact that they aren't sure which less than exemplary stallion is the sire of the filly but they're going to guess based on color and register the filly accordingly... I thought this Quarter Horse left in tact to be used as a breeding animal - at a "trainers" who is "training" him wearing sneakers, riding bareback with a halter under the bridle of which the nose band is loose, direct reining with a pinchy and confusing tom thumb bit which is designed more for neck reining & in addition said "trainer" appears to have attached the reins to the place that a chin strap belongs ? - was a nice picture choice and clearly good for his marketing campaign!

    Dt's Golden Junior - Rainbow of Duns -USA
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