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post #611 of 7202 Old 02-15-2011, 01:50 AM
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nice horses for sale call for details and pics might have what you want not junk nice quality horses xxx-xxx-xxxx
Oh so very informative...... and doesn't scream Horse Trader in the slightest....
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post #612 of 7202 Old 02-15-2011, 02:19 AM
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Here is a wanted ad I found:

Pony wanted for a very deserving young girl , a large pony gelding , 13.2 or larger, does not need to be fancy but must be an easy keeper , vise free and willing to be trailered , cross tied , good with blacksmith vet etc . 8 to 15 year old fine . Must go English and have a nice demeanor. We really are in search of a donation but will consider an inexpensive purchase
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post #613 of 7202 Old 02-15-2011, 01:21 PM
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I found an add on craigslist that said "
a 9year old reg Tenn Walking Mare, sorrel Has bin shown........UTD on shots and coggins.This mare is broke to death great!!! She's also bred to eather a 15.2 walking mule or a spotted walking horse, Owner was almost certin it was his black and white spotted walker....perfect gates!! can eather be sold with or without baby she's due in march owner wanted something to ride now only reason for selling penny, dosent have alot of room for several horses!! please call for more info" aren't mules infertile? and i think eather is spelled either!

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post #614 of 7202 Old 02-15-2011, 01:30 PM
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I'm more worried about the "Broke to death!!!!" part lol

And have a wedding in a trailer? Thats kinda weird to say...

If I had the room and money I think I would take the 2 year old stud, He is still young enough to do something with.

Horses are scared of two things... Things that move and things that don't.
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post #615 of 7202 Old 02-15-2011, 02:18 PM
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OR The blind riding the blind!

<Hes kid safe if u put him in a round pen just keep reading u c y hes easy for farrier leading loading and catchin. 16 hands hes a blue merle and white color. 14 years old. Trail rides. Need EXPERIENCED horse owmer hes BLIND in both eyes and will never see again. He would be great for a blind person who rides they can cope together. only had him for a month was ematiated when i got him. he needs a clean pasture and run. do some research he isnt useless. GOOD home a must!! Price is almost free or trade for a young gaited horse or pony or western saddle. I dont have the rite place for him hes stall kept rite now. call/text8596638297 Hes voice camand knows walk on, step up, step down, woah, and easy down. I REPEAT EXPERINCED HORSE OWNER and HES BLIND and i will keep him if the rite home never shows up. or trade for gaited mule?[/QUOTE]>

seriously i almost peed in my pants when i read this!!!

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post #616 of 7202 Old 02-15-2011, 04:36 PM
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Here is a winner.

"Blue eyes has great ground manners and is a great trail horse. Would make some childs christmas wish come true. He is a sweet heart and loves attention too. Sweet, and beautiful and a colt. Ice bathes, ties, picks up all four.

If you need your cabinets redone or need designer doors, mantiles, or any wood work, please call -number- for a free estimate and portfolio of work."

Not only is the seller a wood master, take a look at the great trail horse.

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post #617 of 7202 Old 02-15-2011, 05:47 PM
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horse for sale - $600

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post #618 of 7202 Old 02-15-2011, 06:00 PM
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Ok, is it a Warmblood, a quarter pony, a percheron or a Draft cross? Also, what about his movement??? He's maybe a blue roan. And while currently (at 4YOA) at 15HH, he'll mature at around 15HH. I think he's pretty, whatever he is.



Fantasy Looks Baroque Fluid Sturdy Warmblood Gelding 15hh - $2000 ()

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Sale is only due to the fact that owner has fallen ill.. seriously ill Hot Rod is with his trainer in Ramona until sold. This horse has a heart of GOLD and movement to die for Location: XXXXXXX Primary Breed: Draft Cross Color: Grey/ Blue Roan? Other breed: Quarter Pony Other breed: Percheron Date Foaled: 2007 Gender: Gelding Current Height: 15.0 HH This boy is very athletic and powerful 4 yr old gelding. He is under saddle and doing very well. Great confirmation and a beautiful apple butt with a short back. Built very much like a sporty Gypsy horse but with feathering like a Fjord or cross. He turns a gorgeous silver gray in the summer, right now he is a bit darker now its winter. I question whether he is a roan of sorts, with his very dark points. No matter what, he is definitely flashy. He has nice feet and great, thick, bone structure without being blocky. He is willing and loves to please. He free jumps in the pasture for fun! First pic is summer coat, last pics taken this week during training in winter woolies. His head has a natural arch and is very giving to the bit. He will be about 15 hands or just under when fully grown, he is that coveted, very sturdy and athletic smaller warm blood. Hot Rod has the gorgeous High Knee action and wow factor plus. Slight feathering, very fancy looking boy, grey with dark points, gorgeous head, structure and movement. Must see his movement. Must see his movement. Must see his movement. Must see his movement. Must see his movement. Must see his movement. This guy could be one of those $10K advanced youth mounts in time. He has what it takes. Currently in training Please call trainer at

Breed: Warmblood
Gender: Gelding
Birth Date: Jan , 2007

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post #619 of 7202 Old 02-15-2011, 06:55 PM
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I said I'd never meet a hideous horse.....I stand corrected (color wise).

And that looks like a perfect trail horse.:roll:
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I swear it looks like that baby's eyes bug out the sides of his face. Freaky if you ask me. Not horrible conformation wise, but definitely not a nice color, hate the eyes, and really, "great trail horse" I do so hope that no one has been on him before. I wonder what breed he's supposed to be lol. I love that they give more information about the wood working they do than about the horse they are trying to sell.
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