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post #6051 of 7202 Old 02-28-2013, 12:21 AM
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Oh no, they tied the poor, cute little pony's mouth to the oversized saddle

Someone, please save that adorable little pony from stupid people
If I had the money, I totally would. I've been wanting a mini marked similar to Aires to teach to drive.
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post #6052 of 7202 Old 02-28-2013, 12:24 AM
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That is an adorable pony and I love that movie. Too bad the saddle is a touch big.
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post #6053 of 7202 Old 02-28-2013, 10:42 AM
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Chincoteague Pony - $800 (homosassa)

"Misty is a direct decendent of misty of chincoteague from the island off of virgina. just like the story. she is wonderful with kids, quick learner, i have used her in my 4-H club and in my summer horse camps. i do not have papers because she lost an eye in the swim like misty of chincoteague. However, that does not bother her at all. we treat her like any other horse. she can be registered pinto association. looking to down size.
misty is only 6 years old. she has alot to offer the right family.
she goes to her new home UTD on vaccine,wormer and coggins.. you will be good for a year..ASKING $800.00 O.B.O"







First of all I feel bad for this poor pony cause look at how heavy that person is that's riding her!! She doesn't look pleased at all.
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post #6054 of 7202 Old 02-28-2013, 11:01 AM
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Louie, I agree. That's just....bad. Poor mare.
And I'm not sure when a horse losing as eye invalidates in for registration papers... sounds like someone has been reading too many horsie fantasy books.

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post #6055 of 7202 Old 02-28-2013, 12:11 PM
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^^Was it the multiple mentions of "Misty, just like the story" that clued you in?
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post #6056 of 7202 Old 02-28-2013, 02:29 PM
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Pretty mare needs new home

Apparently, the best thing a rescued mare can do is become a broodmare after she puts on enough weight... *facepalm*
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post #6057 of 7202 Old 02-28-2013, 02:38 PM
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Not only does this mare not look like a 7 year old (more like a 2 or coming 3 year old), but what are chestnut, bay, and brown if they are not colors ? I also guess that the baby doesn't get any genes from the stud either since she can't produce a bay or brown. Of course, if she's EE, she'll never have a chestnut foal, but there are tons of black base colors out there other than just black.

Granted, she does have some pretty nice performance lines, but they don't even know if she's good at anything because she hasn't been ridden since she was 3.

Aqha mare-hollywood dun it and poco dell - $2000 (Gruver tx)



2006 black mare. This mare was started and rode as a two and three yr old and has just been kicked out on pasture. we had her tested awhile back and she can only produce colored babies. She will NOT ever have a sorrel, chestnut, bay or brown colt. She is pure black without a spot of white on her. I would like to see her go somewhere that will use her as a broodmare. This is a link to her papers http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/jiggy+hollywood+dell . Her registered name is Jiggy Hollywood Dell 4925079. I can send pictures if interested. Text or call at



Oh, and I just found this one. She looks like a nice enough mare and, if she is bred and the stud is nice (I don't know anything about him), she might be worth $500...but why didn't they have her preg checked to see if she was really in foal before putting up an ad for her so they could say for certain one way or the other?

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For Sale, Dee is a AQHA reg. sorrel mare that was foaled in Feb of 1995. She has Ima Dandee Bar, Doc's Dee Bar and Doc Bar on the top side and Trouble Seeker, Goldseeker Bars and Three Bars on the bottom side, all on her papers! She is a really nice brood mare that has wonderful babies! I am 85% sure that she is in foal to Catalytic Larkin, a Ruged Lark and Okie Paul Quixote bred stud. $550 OBO Please call

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post #6058 of 7202 Old 02-28-2013, 04:28 PM
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wow on that paint mare you can even see her spine going along her rump...thats just sad.

and along with that arab mare, id def take her! She isn't bad looking and yes must be pretty calm if she can put up with those people haha

and about the chincoteague pony, that person on her is pretty large compared to the poor dear. She is a cute pony though even though people apparently don't know how to match up a persons size with the size of the horse....
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post #6059 of 7202 Old 02-28-2013, 04:46 PM
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She is a cute pony though even though people apparently don't know how to match up a persons size with the size of the horse....
Or more likely, they just don't care.
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post #6060 of 7202 Old 02-28-2013, 04:49 PM
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yeah thats a high possibility. its so irritating when people could care less about the horses they use/own. makes me just want to shake them and ask wth is going on in their brains (or that space between their skull that might just be empty)

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