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post #6081 of 7202 Old 02-28-2013, 10:53 PM
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Oh, great, he rears up, and OMG that second picture?!
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Just proving that he's... you know... equipped to do the job.

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post #6082 of 7202 Old 02-28-2013, 11:23 PM
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Never mind....

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post #6083 of 7202 Old 03-01-2013, 01:13 AM
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"*** cowboy pony *** (prescott)

needed,,,,,,i have a ten yr old tw/ aqha bay guelding for sale,,,,,he is a wonderful ride for riding fence or checking cows,,,,,is 100% sound,,,,but needs a experience cowboy or solid cowgirl,,,,is cureently being ridden by a trainer,,,and has only one bad habit,,,,but nothing that a experience cowboy or cowgirl cant handle,,,,serious callers only,,,,,he is a bay horse with lots of potential,,,,,i am 100% sure about this horse and his habits,,,,,,the price for the horse is neg,,,,so if your serious about haveing a solid cowboy pony than please feel free to call me and ask any questions you may have i will be totally honest with you"
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post #6084 of 7202 Old 03-01-2013, 08:05 AM
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"*** cowboy pony *** (prescott)

needed,,,,,,i have a ten yr old tw/ aqha bay guelding for sale,,,,,he is a wonderful ride for riding fence or checking cows,,,,,is 100% sound,,,,but needs a experience cowboy or solid cowgirl,,,,is cureently being ridden by a trainer,,,and has only one bad habit,,,,but nothing that a experience cowboy or cowgirl cant handle,,,,serious callers only,,,,,he is a bay horse with lots of potential,,,,,i am 100% sure about this horse and his habits,,,,,,the price for the horse is neg,,,,so if your serious about haveing a solid cowboy pony than please feel free to call me and ask any questions you may have i will be totally honest with you"
Boy, would we love to know what this one problem is ... any takers?
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post #6085 of 7202 Old 03-01-2013, 09:16 AM
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On the dwarf mini pony, we had one born on our farm (we didn‘t breed her! Bought the mare) and we ended up selling her to a great home. Silly little thing thinks she‘s a dog. Not as in following you around but as in she's house broke, has her own bed in the living room and plays fetch with the kids. They're fully aware of her problems and how much they spend on her (she‘s got very weak ankles) but say it's all worth it because she's such a great pet.

Also not so much an ad but a catalog for a sale coming up. Some snippets:
“Lovely bay with black mane and tail.“
“Gorgeous dark chestnut with black stockings, mane, and tail.“
^ Can we just give these people the definition of bay? Bay with black mane and tail is redundant unless it‘s a paint and you want people to know it doesn't have a white tail
“beautiful palomino!“ photo was a half sharved flaxen chestnut
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post #6086 of 7202 Old 03-01-2013, 12:14 PM
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WTH? That poor horse. There is all kinds of things wrong with their tack.


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post #6087 of 7202 Old 03-01-2013, 12:19 PM
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Wow, she must be an absolute saint.

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post #6088 of 7202 Old 03-01-2013, 12:33 PM
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id take a look at her...hmm my man may be needing a horse soon...and agreed, she must be a saint

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post #6089 of 7202 Old 03-01-2013, 01:01 PM
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WTH? That poor horse. There is all kinds of things wrong with their tack.


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Uhh... Is that a backwards chin strap??
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post #6090 of 7202 Old 03-01-2013, 01:06 PM
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I can't quite tell what kind of bit they've got on there. It's either a chin strap put on wrong or it's a very poorly adjusted hack of some kind.
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