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post #6011 of 7202 Old 02-25-2013, 07:18 AM
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"Standard breed pinto
Sadley I'm selling my pinto he will make a great horse for someone with time for him, I brought him thinking I could ride him with no hassles well that's what I was told. He is only a baby he is 15 mths I had him gelded he is such a lovely horse with great markings he is black an white he is great to catch loves attention, I wanted a horse to play around on , on the farm just stuff like that, this sad person that sold him to me was obvious only after the money. I am asking $2000 for him or would swap for horse that has been there and done it please only text or phone."

Yeah... $2000 for a 15mo standy... You can buy a fully broke bombproof STB for $500 here. Keep dreaming, mate.
He IS a pinto. And pinto standies are pretty rare. It's not unusual to see them for sale for over $5000. Personally I wouldn't pay that much, but to each their own, and there is a market for them.

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post #6012 of 7202 Old 02-25-2013, 08:09 AM
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FREE HORSE Quarter Arabian 2009 filly (Fellsmere)

Nice, Flashy beautiful bay colored gentle little lady.. Ready for any project! For the advanced or experienced rider, she needs ground work And training, ready for any venture! Free Lease, you provide Her home/pasture area which must be close to Indian river county! Take care of her, ride her, feed, hay and vet expenses.


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post #6014 of 7202 Old 02-25-2013, 09:19 AM
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FREE HORSE Quarter Arabian 2009 filly (Fellsmere)

Nice, Flashy beautiful bay colored gentle little lady.. Ready for any project! For the advanced or experienced rider, she needs ground work And training, ready for any venture! Free Lease, you provide Her home/pasture area which must be close to Indian river county! Take care of her, ride her, feed, hay and vet expenses.


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FREE HORSE Quarter Arabian 2009 filly (Fellsmere)

Nice, Flashy beautiful bay colored gentle little lady.. Ready for any project! For the advanced or experienced rider, she needs ground work And training, ready for any venture! Free Lease, you provide Her home/pasture area which must be close to Indian river county! Take care of her, ride her, feed, hay and vet expenses.


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We get these a lot around my way. Someone was once advertising a 3yr old "green broke" horse for lease for $150 a month. Blah blah blah how sweet he is so pretty. THEN the ad went on to say he's never had a saddle on but you could train him to or get a trainer to train him so you could ride him. Yes of course because I'd love to pay to work with your unbroke horse and also pay to have a trainer work with it. ~shakes head~ some people I swear.
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FREE HORSE Quarter Arabian 2009 filly (Fellsmere)

Nice, Flashy beautiful bay colored gentle little lady.. Ready for any project! For the advanced or experienced rider, she needs ground work And training, ready for any venture! Free Lease, you provide Her home/pasture area which must be close to Indian river county! Take care of her, ride her, feed, hay and vet expenses.


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We are getting a lot of these here at the moment as well. I was looking to lease a pony for my little girl rather than buy, but everything I was finding for lease was at the most 5yo, green broke and and needing experienced riders.

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We are getting a lot of these here at the moment as well. I was looking to lease a pony for my little girl rather than buy, but everything I was finding for lease was at the most 5yo, green broke and and needing experienced riders.
And I couldn't free lease my nine year old well broke gelding who had kids ride him.

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post #6018 of 7202 Old 02-25-2013, 03:13 PM
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He IS a pinto. And pinto standies are pretty rare. It's not unusual to see them for sale for over $5000. Personally I wouldn't pay that much, but to each their own, and there is a market for them.
Where in Australia are you from? Here in Tas, pinto standies are not that rare. They're frequently for sale, even a pinto standy stallion was sold the other day for $500.

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Between the ages of 2 and 5 and under $500? If you can't afford to spend more than that on broodmares, then perhaps you shouldn't be looking for more than what you already have. And breeding a 2 year old is way too young IMO.


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"I am looking for a few registered quarter horse mares, I just recently bought a new stud and I want a few more mares to breed, I would prefer them to be between the ages of 2 and 5 , must be halter broke, and would only like to spend under $500"
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post #6020 of 7202 Old 02-25-2013, 04:04 PM
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Where in Australia are you from? Here in Tas, pinto standies are not that rare. They're frequently for sale, even a pinto standy stallion was sold the other day for $500.
The West. That I know of, there's only something like 4 or 5 in the whole state. One belongs to a friend of mine. Two belong to a lady I've dealt with in the past. One belongs to a horse rescue group. And I'm pretty sure there's another one somewhere.

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