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        03-01-2013, 06:59 PM
      #6101
    Foal
    Sometimes I just don't have words.



    Dark Bay Mustang Mare

    "6 years old mare very sweet , feet just done, wormed, her next shot due in April. I brought this mare because she was pregnant and wanted the foal we have her baby she is 6 months old so Mom is ready for a new home. We have our riding horses and the foal will be a replacement horse for mine as he is getting up there in age. Only reason I am asking something for her is so I know you want this horse.. She is bomb proof loves food, she will do anything you want for a snack. She is 14.2 hands will lead on a rode but I have never rode her and I don't know anything about her past as she came from a rescue group up in Yreka. You will need to pick her up. She comes when you call her, but not necessary she will come anyway she'll be looking for food...Photos are current, she has her winter coat on when she looses it she is almost a black brown in color."


         
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        03-01-2013, 07:29 PM
      #6102
    Started
    Of course she comes looking for food, her winter coat is not hiding her spine and hips *facepalm*
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        03-01-2013, 07:39 PM
      #6103
    Trained
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by loveisabug    
    Sometimes I just don't have words.



    Dark Bay Mustang Mare

    "6 years old mare very sweet , feet just done, wormed, her next shot due in April. I brought this mare because she was pregnant and wanted the foal we have her baby she is 6 months old so Mom is ready for a new home. We have our riding horses and the foal will be a replacement horse for mine as he is getting up there in age. Only reason I am asking something for her is so I know you want this horse.. She is bomb proof loves food, she will do anything you want for a snack. She is 14.2 hands will lead on a rode but I have never rode her and I don't know anything about her past as she came from a rescue group up in Yreka. You will need to pick her up. She comes when you call her, but not necessary she will come anyway she'll be looking for food...Photos are current, she has her winter coat on when she looses it she is almost a black brown in color."


    Wow... Those poor, poor ponies...
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        03-01-2013, 11:46 PM
      #6104
    Started
    Yet another example of pretty color = breeding quality. But hey, they offer a live foal guarantee... Wonder what they define in that? Stand and nurse? I hope no one breeds a frame mare to him, since there is absolutely no reason to even test him for frame

    *Dun Paint Stallion*
         
        03-02-2013, 12:10 AM
      #6105
    Yearling
    What a bargain! $10,000 for a Friesian colt with too much white!

    I actually think he is cute, but not $10,000!!!

    Registered full Friesian stud colt
         
        03-02-2013, 12:42 AM
      #6106
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Tryst    
    What a bargain! $10,000 for a Friesian colt with too much white!

    I actually think he is cute, but not $10,000!!!

    Registered full Friesian stud colt
    *hm* how did they manage the registration? FHANA quotes: Selective breeding minimizes white markings and the only white marking allowed on a studbook-registered horse is a small star.

    Looks like they didn't bother to update that ad - he is 8 month old by now and probably already weaned ...

    Pretty bugger, doubtless!

         
        03-02-2013, 01:06 AM
      #6107
    Started
    Not so much dumb, but more of an oddity...

    "I am selling this filly at such a reduced price because my vet thinks she has an ear tooth. We have not done x-rays. I was told it does not cause her pain, is fixable and not hereditary. She does have a lump on her ear which I have pictured. Give your vet a call or do some research regarding an ear tooth. Feel free to give my a call and I'll explain it better."

    **Ready To Start AQHA Filly**
         
        03-02-2013, 01:28 AM
      #6108
    Weanling
    horse transport

    Sure, just let me stuff my horse into your little, rusted out and run down two horse trailer and send her off across the United States with you.

    Not a snowballs chance in...well, you know where.
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        03-02-2013, 01:32 AM
      #6109
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by SunnyDraco    
    Not so much dumb, but more of an oddity...

    "I am selling this filly at such a reduced price because my vet thinks she has an ear tooth. We have not done x-rays. I was told it does not cause her pain, is fixable and not hereditary. She does have a lump on her ear which I have pictured. Give your vet a call or do some research regarding an ear tooth. Feel free to give my a call and I'll explain it better."

    **Ready To Start AQHA Filly**
    I would give her a go if I were closer, had an extra $1000 laying around and an empty stall. She's a cutie and decent blood too boot.
         
        03-02-2013, 01:35 AM
      #6110
    Started
    I believe these things are some type of cysts, but often called 'ear teeth'. She's a pretty thing.

    Lizzie
         

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