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post #601 of 7202 Old 02-13-2011, 11:01 PM Thread Starter
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Haha, that horse seriously has the look of "oh so you think you can catch me...just try it buster". Cute horse though. Just looks a bit mischevious.
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post #602 of 7202 Old 02-13-2011, 11:06 PM
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"Cool horse

Coming 3 year old roan filly she's halter broke and is not registered just tryen to get rid of the unbroke horses..... she is the collest horse I've ever seen she changes color ever 2 weeks in the summer and fall... she is a nice horse needs work but has potential.... 200 obo"

Hm.. I just want her for the two weeks she'll be a bay, thanks.
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post #603 of 7202 Old 02-13-2011, 11:14 PM
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Just found this one
"3yr old quarter/arab stud - $2000 (Del Valle)


3yr old quarter/ arab cross 100% broke beautiful color and fast learner she even knows a few tricks if intrested email me"

Since when can mares be studs? :)
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post #604 of 7202 Old 02-14-2011, 12:58 PM
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Haha, that horse seriously has the look of "oh so you think you can catch me...just try it buster". Cute horse though. Just looks a bit mischevious.
He has that "flight" mode stance!!!!
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post #605 of 7202 Old 02-14-2011, 08:50 PM
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"Kid's Horse!

Very well broke 4 year old mare. She stands around 14.1 hands. Claire has been ridden by all ages since she was 20 months old. She loves water, and will go anywhere you ask her to. When she was born she was a early foal, and the very tips of her ears were froze a little, it doesn't effect her disposition at all. She is very nice, easy to catch, bridle, saddle, loads and ties like a dream. We have worked cattle off of her also. She is used to all kinds of small farm animals."

I know some people start their horses early..but being "ridden by all ages since she was 20 months old"? Really?
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post #606 of 7202 Old 02-14-2011, 09:08 PM
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And what in the world does frost-bitten ears have to do with disposition?

"Keep a leg on each side and your mind in the middle"
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post #607 of 7202 Old 02-14-2011, 09:11 PM
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Free Horse to good home..Rilie is a two year old stud..He is in great shape..We got him for an 11 year old girl last year..He is too much for her to handle and has been running with a mare..He does rear up and bites..He needs someone who is EXPERIENCED. Rather than getting him fixed, we chose to get a broke horse for our daughter. He was really gentle until he started feeling his wild oats!!! If interested..I will e-mail photo's..Only contact me if you are serious and really care about animals......Thanks for looking.....
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post #608 of 7202 Old 02-14-2011, 09:15 PM
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And what in the world does frost-bitten ears have to do with disposition?
Clearly she should be self-conscious of her ears and not want to go out in public. I imagine it would be difficult to ride a horse that's too embarrassed to leave her stall or paddock. Haha.
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post #609 of 7202 Old 02-14-2011, 09:16 PM
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Not for a horse, but a trailer

The floor of the storage under the manger has a few rusted spots. That's mostly cosmetic, but wanted to note. If you plan to have a wedding reception in it, that would be a huge problem, but if you're just hauling horses who have no greater wish than to take a dump on the floor, it's all good.
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post #610 of 7202 Old 02-14-2011, 11:12 PM Thread Starter
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The horse with the frost bitten ears, could be sensitive, and could be a bit more touchy about her ears, and isn't. But man riding her since she was not even 2 years old, is probably going to mean she isn't going to last as long, and is going to have problems later in life with joints. I love how someone got a STUD for an 11 year old girl to handle and ride, put him in with a mare, expecting I'm not sure what, cause being in with a mare 24/7 is going to make him unmanageable, not to mention get the mare pregnant unless she's fixed or was already bred. That was just a disaster waiting to happen. At least they are giving him away for free and not asking a large amount of money for him, but still changes aren't that great that he's going to find an awesome home. Not many are going to want to have to pay to have him gelded, and then work through his problems, even if he is "free". The stupidity of people never ceases to amaze me.
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