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        11-17-2012, 10:15 AM
      #4981
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by Misty'sGirl    
    Maybe this isn't dumb, maybe its me, but if he never trialled how do they know he's too slow? And 3 rides doesn't make a good second horse IMO.
    I think they mean he was never put in a qualifier. I suspect they started him in training and he just didn't have it in him.

    And honestly a lot of STBs are usually rather quiet. 3 rides and a good mind wouldn't be that bad of a second horse for an experienced rider. I love standies. They make great pleasure horses. I worked as a groom for a couple different STB trainers. I did a lot of jogging and training with them. I actually am looking at one now that I am going to take from the track. He never even made it to a Q race. He was just to slow, so I am taking him from the track and putting some rides on him and he will be for one of my clients kids. He is so quiet, loveable and as close to bombproof as a horse can be. So as long as this continues when I get him under saddle I think he is going to be a great kids horse.

    Anyway i'll shush now. I
         
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        11-17-2012, 05:19 PM
      #4982
    Weanling
    I love standies too NB, I wouldn't own any other breed :) I guess I've just seen a lot of my friends who think that having a dead broke first horse means they can go straight onto a green second horse with no real idea. But as you said, if they're actually experienced, then it might not be so bad :)
         
        11-17-2012, 07:29 PM
      #4983
    Yearling
    This really isn't a horse but....Come on....Thats no where near a horse!

    rocking horse
         
        11-17-2012, 07:41 PM
      #4984
    Weanling
    My friend sent me a link to this one: Quarter horse cross pony

    Oh man, that poor ugly duckling! She said that the owner has been re-posting it for a while now and that before they were saying that she may be pregnant but they didn't know to what. She does look pregnant. Yikes! :O

    And what's with that lead rope and halter left on in the pasture? That would not imply that this horse is broke to lead IMAO.
         
        11-17-2012, 07:44 PM
      #4985
    Yearling
    I am guessing the buckskin is the mare they are talking about. Yikes holy crest!

    Captain Ben is 15yrs old, stocky build and a good gentle rider. Easy to catch, easy to love and rides great. No spook, been there done that gelding anyone can ride 1200

    Miss Daisy is 15yrs old and reins well and has some pep in her step. Good all around mare for timed events. $850





         
        11-17-2012, 07:53 PM
      #4986
    Yearling
    I am not sure how he is one of a kind. Lol he is not a docile quiet stallion. At least theyre honest! Are Clydesdales good for dressage and hunter jumper?
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    Clydsdale Stallion One of a kind - $2700 (Krum, TX 76249)

    Date: 2012-11-17, 4:26PM CST
    Reply to this postReply to: pd3jb-3382744378@sale.craigslist.org[Errors when replying to ads?]



    Registered 12yr old Stallion Loves to play. Hercules is not a dossile quiet stallion. He loves attention, is willing to do just about anything you want. Loves to run, Jump, and show off. He would make a great dressage or hunter jumper, also could be driven and used sor breeding. Throws beautiful babies and is easy to handle. I also have Two mares and another stallion for sale.



         
        11-17-2012, 07:56 PM
      #4987
    Yearling
    And he is still a stallion because.....? Of his stellar performance record and great looks and perfect conformation?
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    Hi, I have a registered sorrel tobiano/overano stallion for sale. He is very beautiful horse and easy to ride. And also have a miniature pony that is a year and 5 months old and is very gentle. Im asking $900 for both, . Thanks





         
        11-17-2012, 07:58 PM
      #4988
    Yearling
    Wow, can't wait to breed him to many mares...
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    3 year old stallion - $1500 (dfw)

    Date: 2012-11-16, 3:36PM CST
    Reply to: see below



    3 year old Aztec horse.
    Ready for your mare
    Loves kids, and is trained by an experience race horse trainer
    Does not kick. He can dance.
    He is a very smart horse, will only go to a good home.
    Price is not negotiable.
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        11-17-2012, 08:03 PM
      #4989
    Yearling
    Wow pretty sorrel and white stallion. Lol. I am pretty sure that's not a pinto of any kind.
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    This Sorrel/White Pinto Stallion is about 32" - 33" tall. He has a White Blaze. He is a handsome dude. Wouldn't he make a nice gift. We have bred our mares with him and have had pretty babies. He is good on a lead rope, you can hold to his halter and walk with him. He was born 4/28/2002. He like to get as much attention as the others and likes his treats. Do to move we need to sell him. Asking $475 CASH ONLY . Any questions please call: 903-450-5978




         
        11-17-2012, 08:22 PM
      #4990
    Green Broke
    Anyone want a beautiful custom built trailer?

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    Custom built horse trailer for sale. Removable divider. Licensed till spring. $3000



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