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    02-06-2011, 11:22 PM
  #551
Yearling
Nice horses

I have 2 broke horses and one not broke but getting there first one is a faded black chestnut gelding he is still a stud but is broke to ride very calm will not neck rein will walk with no problem is 16.5hh asking 550
Next is a 13.5hh mustang broke to ride is 7 years old has strong hoofs asking 350 for her
The last horse is a 3year old red roan palomino QH horse great runner hasnt been broke to ride much but has been saddled, lead, haltered will listen to what ever you make her do very tamed horse will make a great horse for a rider asking 250 for her...
There is nothing wrong with the horses just that they are to much work to be taking care of them don't want them no more, if you take them all I will let them go for 750.....
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    02-06-2011, 11:50 PM
  #552
Trained
Hm...those are some oddly coloured horses.. And I love geldings that are still studs.
     
    02-07-2011, 04:59 PM
  #553
Green Broke
It's a good thing they are selling them... They don't know anything about horses.
     
    02-07-2011, 05:13 PM
  #554
Green Broke
I found these two amusing.

This horse was used in a therapeutic program for Artistic children. Who knew the artistic needed therapy?
Paint Gelding Safe for Anyone

And I really think this little guy is adorable, even if he is a Quarter Pony Welsh App Arab.
will make some child or small lady a very sensible pretty pony - do-dad
     
    02-07-2011, 05:52 PM
  #555
Foal
I have a BEAUTIFUL Grulla Mare for sale. She will be 11 this spring. She is not ride able due to an injury as a baby. She has fantastic blood lines from Impressive, Poco Bueno, Mr, Tailwind. I will let her go for $300.00 if I can breed her this spring to my QH stallion and reserve the baby. You can keep the baby with her until its 4 months old then I can come pick it up when it's time to wean. She has all her shots/wormed and feet trimmed as well. She has a wonderful personally. No bite No kick, No cribbing very safe for kids to brush and love all over her. She would be ok to sit kids on and walk them around but no hard riding, Loads & easy to walk up to in the pasture. She’s so wonderful many people have told me it’s such a shame I can’t ride her, she’s such a great horse. Please call me at 717 *** **** if you have any other questions.


That's right, folks, you can pay to keep their horse for them!
     
    02-07-2011, 06:11 PM
  #556
Weanling
/\...I wonder if that Impressive bred mare should even be breeding.../\

I'm so glad I don't see any crazy horse ads around here. But I do have a huge pet peeve on ads. A horse is not a truck. Stop saying it is a 2005 model.

I did see this ad this morning:
"have been breaking horses for ten years. I will break your horse and it will be able to neck reign, respond to riders aids(legs, voice, hands). I am able to break trouble horses. To break a horse so beginner could ride it will take about a month. Have facility or I can come to you. Price can be discussed"

Just makes my brain bleed when a supposed pro can say the horse will be beginner safe in a month. Wonder if its still safe after a rest period....
     
    02-07-2011, 07:09 PM
  #557
Yearling
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Originally Posted by DieselPony    
I'm so glad I don't see any crazy horse ads around here. But I do have a huge pet peeve on ads. A horse is not a truck. Stop saying it is a 2005 model.
I actually prefer if someone says the year their horse was born, instead of the age. I'm looking to purchase a horse right now, & a "3yr old horse" could mean they're turning 3 at some point this year, or it could mean they are 3 turning 4. It makes a big difference, since I need something that is actually old enough to be ridden. I'd much rather them say they are a 2007 or 2008 horse, instead of just stating their age.
     
    02-07-2011, 08:02 PM
  #558
Weanling
While looking on craigslist for ads...I found an ad for "FREE MANURE!" Well...That's one way to get rid of it...
I know it's supposed to be fertilizer, but really? Selling it for free on craigslist?
     
    02-07-2011, 08:07 PM
  #559
Showing
^I give away truckloads of free manure to gardeners.
     
    02-08-2011, 12:11 AM
  #560
Trained
Quote:
Originally Posted by Quixotic    
I actually prefer if someone says the year their horse was born, instead of the age. I'm looking to purchase a horse right now, & a "3yr old horse" could mean they're turning 3 at some point this year, or it could mean they are 3 turning 4. It makes a big difference, since I need something that is actually old enough to be ridden. I'd much rather them say they are a 2007 or 2008 horse, instead of just stating their age.
No, I think they mean the "model" part as if every horse born that year is going to look the same. I like that they say the year the horse was born, but I hate when they say "whatever-year MODEL". I agree, it sounds like a car or a thing rather than an animal.

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Originally Posted by apachiedragon
This horse was used in a therapeutic program for Artistic children. Who knew the artistic needed therapy?
I laughed so hard when I read that ad. Bahahaha.
     

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