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post #5831 of 7202 Old 02-08-2013, 06:33 PM
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the way that they mention that they will not take any trades leads me to think she is not free...I think the flubbed on the ad. Imean I wouldnt offer up a trade on a horse that is free.. And I agree, I think she is standing on an incline.
I also thought that, I've seen plenty of horses listed for "free" that were actually for private treaty.

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post #5832 of 7202 Old 02-08-2013, 06:49 PM
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Not a dumb ad, but good lord is she downhill, even if she is only three! Good thing they're training her western, the horn's about the only thing keeping you from sliding off

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I'm tending to think, this girl isn't as downhill as she appears, since she is standing on a pretty good slope. Maybe standing four-square on level ground, she wouldn't be as bum high as she appears, for her age.

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Nope she IS that downhill.
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post #5833 of 7202 Old 02-08-2013, 06:51 PM
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holy crap! Besides that she's pretty cute lookin

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I drew a line across the bottom of the picture, it looks like she is definitely standing unevenly. And while that second mare is certainly at the same place, it looks like she is standing in a different spot, closer to the bench.
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Maybe it's just me but your line doesn't look very straight. LOL
I'ts probably a combination of both, but that definitely isn't all ground.

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I drew a line across the bottom of the picture, it looks like she is definitely standing unevenly. And while that second mare is certainly at the same place, it looks like she is standing in a different spot, closer to the bench.
I think she's more standing at an angle to the camera than on an incline. Either way, not a flattering or accurate picture.
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It appears to me, that the second horse is older and the first would be expected to possibly be higher in the rear, even if standing on level ground. Both are lovely though. I've seen a heck of a lot worse.

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Maybe it's just me but your line doesn't look very straight. LOL
I'ts probably a combination of both, but that definitely isn't all ground.
I don't think it is you lol . I tried to show what I was seeing . . . Didn't work out to great!

Even if she is butt high, I think she's adorable. I used to ride a four year old who actually WAS that downhill, and he was a fun challenge .

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post #5839 of 7202 Old 02-09-2013, 02:38 AM
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Not a dumb ad, but good lord is she downhill, even if she is only three! Good thing they're training her western, the horn's about the only thing keeping you from sliding off

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I'm tending to think, this girl isn't as downhill as she appears, since she is standing on a pretty good slope. Maybe standing four-square on level ground, she wouldn't be as bum high as she appears, for her age.

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I showed this picture to my non-horsey husband and asked "what is wrong with this horse?" He said "it looks like 2 wheel drive f-250, it'll probably level out when you put some weight on it." That is why we're perfect for each other. Lol.
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I showed this picture to my non-horsey husband and asked "what is wrong with this horse?" He said "it looks like 2 wheel drive f-250, it'll probably level out when you put some weight on it." That is why we're perfect for each other. Lol.

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