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  • Lenox road stallion
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    03-15-2013, 10:57 PM
  #6371
Yearling
I think he is cute, but WHAT is he doing in that picture? Lol
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STALLION STANDING TO PUBLIC - $500 (Allen, Tx.)



Breed your POA, Jockey Club, AQHA, Welsh, Sport Pony or Arabian, to our gorgeous color producer POA Stallion SCR ROAD TO DAMASCUS 2006 model, HOMOZYGOUS black bay Leopard FewSpot, 56"

Mr. D as we affectionately call him around the barn, has awesome conformation, beautiful head & ears, thick bone, loose shoulder, flat knee, forward movement, natural athletic talent, very quiet gentle temperament, (kids can ride him) excellent pedigree on top & bottom, bringing the best of the POA and Appaloosa breeding together in one package. (pedigree available upon request)

Breeding begins Feb 1st. 2013

Stud Fee $500.00 (live cover)
Must pay for Mare Care (dry or wet)
Negative coggins & culture
Jill Page Equestrian Center

     
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    03-15-2013, 10:59 PM
  #6372
Yearling
Yep because that should be bred. Many times. To anything with a uterus.
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Thoroughbred Stallion Stud Service - $1000 (cleburne, tx)



Lenox Road standing for stud services Check us out by clinking on the link below:

http://ezthoroughbredstation.com/
     
    03-15-2013, 11:14 PM
  #6373
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Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
yep because that should be bred. Many times. To anything with a uterus.
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Thoroughbred Stallion Stud Service - $1000 (cleburne, tx)



Lenox Road standing for stud services Check us out by clinking on the link below:

http://ezthoroughbredstation.com/
It looks like a photo taken with a fish eye lense xD I know it's not! But the middle so big and the sides so tiny 'o'
     
    03-15-2013, 11:15 PM
  #6374
Yearling
Lol I know it is hard to tell if his neck is really that short! Lol. Either way, who would think that photo is flattering for advertising a stallion!?
     
    03-15-2013, 11:35 PM
  #6375
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i think he is cute, but WHAT is he doing in that picture? Lol
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STALLION STANDING TO PUBLIC - $500 (Allen, Tx.)



Breed your POA, Jockey Club, AQHA, Welsh, Sport Pony or Arabian, to our gorgeous color producer POA Stallion SCR ROAD TO DAMASCUS 2006 model, HOMOZYGOUS black bay Leopard FewSpot, 56"

Mr. D as we affectionately call him around the barn, has awesome conformation, beautiful head & ears, thick bone, loose shoulder, flat knee, forward movement, natural athletic talent, very quiet gentle temperament, (kids can ride him) excellent pedigree on top & bottom, bringing the best of the POA and Appaloosa breeding together in one package. (pedigree available upon request)

Breeding begins Feb 1st. 2013

Stud Fee $500.00 (live cover)
Must pay for Mare Care (dry or wet)
Negative coggins & culture
Jill Page Equestrian Center
Looks like they caught the picture right as he was either lifting up to half rear or coming down from a rear. He could also have been charging the fence and the caught mid-charge.
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    03-15-2013, 11:43 PM
  #6376
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I think he is cute, but WHAT is he doing in that picture? Lol
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STALLION STANDING TO PUBLIC - $500 (Allen, Tx.)




My goodness. He is soooo loooong and very straight in the rear. Not really stud-worthy in my opinion.

He'd make a cute gelding for some young person, however.

Lizzie
     
    03-16-2013, 12:24 AM
  #6377
Yearling
OH BOY.
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QUARTER HORSE FILLY**** - $350 (KYLE, TEXAS)


Need to re-home Quarter Horse Filly. She is about 18 months old. Will lead, stand for the farrier, load and stand for baths. Filly is not broke to ride. Please reply to ad or call 512-773-8341. Para ayuda en Espanol, porfavor de llamar a 512-659-6182. No texts. Serious inquiries only.
     
    03-16-2013, 12:53 AM
  #6378
Yearling
Aw no. They got a Friesian :(
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Friesian horse/Caballo frizan - $15



I'm selling my horse it's pure bred friesian registered and microchipped.., he is 2 years and 3 months broke to ride. I'm asking 15k for him price is firm might be intersted on a trade but no junk maybe an Andalusian or an azteca plus cash if interested you can tech me at 832 671 2867 my name is Jose I speak Spanish and English,, thanks for looking
     
    03-16-2013, 01:20 AM
  #6379
Weanling
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OH BOY.
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QUARTER HORSE FILLY**** - $350 (KYLE, TEXAS)


Need to re-home Quarter Horse Filly. She is about 18 months old. Will lead, stand for the farrier, load and stand for baths. Filly is not broke to ride. Please reply to ad or call 512-773-8341. Para ayuda en Espanol, porfavor de llamar a 512-659-6182. No texts. Serious inquiries only.
Riding a horse this young, even with a kid, is horrible. Then again, it's nothing compared to where I live. They have kids on weanlings, and grown men on yearlings.
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    03-16-2013, 10:33 AM
  #6380
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aw no. They got a Friesian :(
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Friesian horse/Caballo frizan - $15



I'm selling my horse it's pure bred friesian registered and microchipped.., he is 2 years and 3 months broke to ride. I'm asking 15k for him price is firm might be intersted on a trade but no junk maybe an Andalusian or an azteca plus cash if interested you can tech me at 832 671 2867 my name is Jose I speak Spanish and English,, thanks for looking

Those people need to be arrested
     

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