I'm confused. I think they are saying she would make a good brood mare if you wanted to breed for a jumper or eventer. I don't think they were saying SHE would make a good jumper or eventer. Am I right or wrong?
My point was who would pay that for a horse that could be nothing but a broodmare/ pasture pet? Don't get me wrong, every horse deserves a good home, but that price tag is insane.
MINIATURE STALLION FOR SALE, 34'iNCH TALL. COLOR: PAINT, 3YEAR OLD, CAN BE RIDDEN BUT NEEDS TO BE lEADS. ASKING $550.
This just sickens me. Why do idiots, keep putting kids who are way too big, on Minis? I don't get it. I suppose if they owned a Great Dane, they'd let the kid ride that too.
There was an ad for Rottweilers on CL I saw a while back that had a kid astride one of the Rottweiler parents (think it was the sire). Kid was about 3. Way to advertise your dog. Posted via Mobile Device
2013 Book closed. "Sin's Hijackin kid" is 17 years old & in good shape, He is about 15 hds, 1100 lbs, smokey black, but registered as a dun. 4 black hoves. Throws black, dun & bay tobianos. Hand or pasture breeds & has been collected as he spent a few years in a collage equine program. [...] I raised this horse & won furturities as a baby [...] 1st picture is Jack, 2cd is a buttermilk buckskin out of a buckskin QH mare.
Here is a stallion owner who had her stallion in a college equine program, but she has no clue about color genetics? Does he carry cream or dun? Sad. And in 17 years - this is what she came up with as his best picture?
[B] And in 17 years - this is what she came up with as his best picture?
Wait hold on a second... You mean to tell me that his photo ISN'T attractive? But. But. But.... The giraffe neck is just such an amazing attribute, photos should always show off the alpaca stance shouldn't they??