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post #591 of 7202 Old 02-13-2011, 11:19 AM
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Some people just don't know how to use technology. I can barely work my mac computer let alone upload/download thingys.

Horses are scared of two things... Things that move and things that don't.
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post #592 of 7202 Old 02-13-2011, 06:02 PM
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3 year old horse
she is 3 years old may be prego not shure well feed and taken care of $500. has to go to a good home.

Two gorgeous quarter horses $250 for both obo
We have two absolutely beautiful, unpapered pure bred quarter horse studs for sale. These two have always been together and we want them to go together when sold. If you take them both and find you want to part with one later that's fine. We just know wewould have our hands full if only one was to go. The sorrel will be 5 this spring and the paint will be 4. Both are large sized with lots of muscle. Neither is broke and need someone with experience and a better horse set-up than we have here. They need someone with a round pen or corral and we just don't have that. They stand a good 15-16 hands high and the sorrel has a halter on him. Please call with any additional questions. All reasonable offers will be considered.

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post #593 of 7202 Old 02-13-2011, 07:32 PM
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unpapered pure bred quarter horse studs for sale.
Unpapered, but how do I know they are pure bred?

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These two have always been together and we want them to go together when sold
Buddy sour unpapered pure bred studs. Even Better!

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We just know wewould have our hands full if only one was to go.
Of course, why would you want one buddy sour horse around without his buddy? I understand that :roll:

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the paint will be 4.
Wait, I thought these were pure bred unpapered quarter horses? Maybe they are unpapered mutt horses?


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Neither is broke and need someone with experience
Oh I'll take them now. They will make perfect breeding stallions because they have done nothing and apparently have an attitude.

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the sorrel has a halter on him.
???? I don't have a comment to that.


I'll bring a trailer over tomorrow, m'kay?
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post #594 of 7202 Old 02-13-2011, 07:53 PM
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Thank goodness he has a halter on, that's a major selling point!
Sigh. How do such dumb people acquire horses?
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post #595 of 7202 Old 02-13-2011, 09:11 PM
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mare for sale ($800)

17 year old tennasee walker about 17 hands high. couldent say anything bad about her. she is my daughtors horse and she has lost interest in ridding, she has ben used as a ranch horse and hunter jumper and all 5 games. she is very smart and loves attention.

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post #596 of 7202 Old 02-13-2011, 09:24 PM
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MUST GO MOVING IN SUMMER WILL HAVE NO BARN FOR HIM! stands 17 hands tall he is 7 years old still runs like a chram!! listens very well very good with small and big kids too! we have children so thats how i know he is safe too be near one. he is brown in color. must be sold ASAP! need to find he a loving farm or someone with enough love for him please i take cash only no games please dont waste our time if not inersted thanks for understanding i just had to many set up time and not show and waste my time or cause us too lose money from work thanks again hope to hear from u soon! sorry the last two pics he was too busy eating his hay in barn

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Hmm... has halter on? Screams "you are 10% more likely to catch him than the other horse, but still gonna have to work at it" to me.

And the 17 hand tall 7 year old, hmm "we have kids thats how I know he's good with them", well exactly what do you mean by good. He's seen them, and doesn't care, or you've actually had them on him, and he's been fine? Runs like a charm, hmm...why would I want a horse that runs like a charm. Maybe if he jumped like a charm, or did trails like a charm, or did barrels like a charm, but just plain "runs like a charm" sounds more like all he likes to do is run.
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post #598 of 7202 Old 02-13-2011, 10:15 PM
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Runs like a charm, hmm...why would I want a horse that runs like a charm. Maybe if he jumped like a charm, or did trails like a charm, or did barrels like a charm, but just plain "runs like a charm" sounds more like all he likes to do is run.
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still runs like a chram!!
Not even a charm, a chram
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post #599 of 7202 Old 02-13-2011, 10:37 PM
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"Im looking for a team of Percherons, i prefer a young untrained team that i can train the way i want them, and ive never started a team on my own.... So thank you for any information"

Erm...yeah. I want your untrained horses, then I want you to tell me how to train them.
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post #600 of 7202 Old 02-13-2011, 11:40 PM
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At least this guy is honest... do you think "once he is caught" means... "you better have a catch pen to catch him"... hmm and he really doesn't say how LONG you have to warm him up....


7 yr. gelding - $250 (laton)

Date: 2011-02-13, 5:48PM PST
Reply to: sale-56v4k-2213130542@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

this is a 7 year old gelding. green broke. After he is caught and warmed up he rides pretty good. 978-5054

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