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        03-09-2013, 06:11 PM
      #6271
    Showing
    So many things wrong with the pics!! At least it demonstrates what a saint the mare is! Also, I was unaware that certain Arab lines like to trot more than others. *facepalm*

    Arabian Mare for Sale
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        03-09-2013, 06:16 PM
      #6272
    Yearling
    A little forward for a dressage saddle, isnt it?
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    Horse ~Dressage Saddle - $55 (Coppell, Texas 75019)



    DRESSAGE SADDLE ~ English riding~ Seat size 17" comfortable seat Made by: EURO -Thorogood. Comes with leather stirrup straps. No stirrups and no girth. In good condition. Has been stored & needs a good cleaning. Made of synthetic materials except for the leathers for the stirrups. No rips or tears. Has been stored inside. Please email if interested. Ask for Lori
    I have sold my horses, selling remaining Equine saddles & supplies :)
         
        03-09-2013, 06:19 PM
      #6273
    Yearling
    Well gee. That stinks! Way to ruin a great horse!!!
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    Warmblood cross mare, comes complete with issues - $650 (McKinney)



    Very sweet Selle Francais thoroughbred cross mare for sale.

    Chestnut with blaze and socks. Stands about 15.2 hands. 7 years old.

    Big mover for her size.

    Moves freely in the pasture and on the longe.

    Sound, clean legs.

    Was consistently jumping 3' - 3'9" last year, out of state. Has not been shown in Texas.

    Not registered. No idea what bloodlines are.

    Do not have a video.

    Issue is that when ridden, will do a nice long free walk on a loose rein but will not go any faster than a walk. Does not buck, spook, or bolt. Just stops and stands there for a few seconds, then walks off calmly.

    Found out recently that for several months toward the end of last year she was being ridden hard by a heavy handed trail rider in an poorly fitting saddle and bit.

    I am inclined to think that her issue is both physical and psychological. Possible general back pain, possible kissing spine syndrome. No x rays have been done yet.

    She is lovely to take for a walk and would make a nice jumper or eventer if she can be brought around. For now she is lounging in the pasture with a few pals.

    No vices. Good ground manners. Loves attention. Just needs someone to take the time to figure out the issue. I do not have the time or money to fix this, not to mention that she really is an in your pocket kind of horse and I work too much to give her what she needs.

    Back in the day she preferred to be ridden on a loose rein. She was a push button kind of horse, very uncomplicated and responsive. Lovely to ride.

    I am her second owner and have known her since she was a yearling.

    Once again, she is not registered, I do not know her bloodlines, and I do not have a video of her.
         
        03-09-2013, 06:23 PM
      #6274
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    Poor gal :/
         
        03-09-2013, 06:24 PM
      #6275
    Yearling
    I am guessing she is mentally fried? :/
         
        03-09-2013, 06:26 PM
      #6276
    Yearling
    Not a horse but related...looks like it is made out of painted tin foil
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    Single Axle Horse Trailer/Traila Para Un Caballo - $1050 (Forest Hill/Fort Worth 76140)



    Blue Single Axle Horse Trailer Asking $1,050

    Has New Paint And New Wood
    Primer+Blue Paint
    New Lights
    Ready to Use
    Title/Tag Is Current
    Has Its Spare Tire /Good Tires
    Includes New Jack
    Floor is Metal
    Has Rubber/Horse Mat on Flooring Inside
         
        03-09-2013, 06:30 PM
      #6277
    Yearling
    2 years old and ridden by beginners..hmmm...
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    2 year old gelding (Gholson)



    Two year old gelding green broke, takes a bit. Never bucks, been ridden by beginners. Loves to play. $450.00
         
        03-09-2013, 06:40 PM
      #6278
    Yearling
    I think draftyaires needs to go rescue this cute little guy
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    6 month old Draft/Quarter Horse Colt for sale - $150 (Bellville)



    I have an adorable 6 month old Draft/Quarter Horse cross colt for sale. Look at his big bones in his legs, he's going to be a big boy. He is going to make a great riding horse. I'm asking only $150 for him. He will only go to a loving home.

    I live near Bellville, which is about an hour NW of Houston. Please either call or text me at 979-398-9696 for more info.
         
        03-09-2013, 06:41 PM
      #6279
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    Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
    i think draftyaires needs to go rescue this cute little guy
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    6 month old Draft/Quarter Horse Colt for sale - $150 (Bellville)



    I have an adorable 6 month old Draft/Quarter Horse cross colt for sale. Look at his big bones in his legs, he's going to be a big boy. He is going to make a great riding horse. I'm asking only $150 for him. He will only go to a loving home.

    I live near Bellville, which is about an hour NW of Houston. Please either call or text me at 979-398-9696 for more info.
    Oh my goodness!!!! If I was near Texas (not two big states away), I SOooooooo would!!!! How adorable is he?!
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        03-09-2013, 06:43 PM
      #6280
    Yearling
    He is adorable and needs someone to save him lol. I know why must Texas be such a huge state? Lol
         

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