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        03-18-2013, 05:27 AM
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    for sail mare and foal box. For Sale in Cork : €250 - DoneDeal.ie

    Not dumb... but I did have a laugh at the spelling

    For sail mare and fole box.
    (Age 6 hours)
    For Sale in Cork


    Box needs to b fully borded. This horse box is for some one that is handy whit ther hands. If borded out you would have a lovely and lite box. 250e . R. Nearest. Offer..


    I dunno guys.... I'm no sailing expert but I don't see that thing floatin for very long :)
         
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        03-18-2013, 07:38 AM
      #6432
    Cat
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by DraftyAiresMum    
    I'm going to start a "30-somethings thread"! I'm too old for the "20-somethings" thread and too young for the "over 40" thread. Lol (I'm 30)
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    I've been debating that for a while now - I'm in the same boat. I'll be looking forward to your thread!
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        03-18-2013, 08:07 AM
      #6433
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by Cat    
    I've been debating that for a while now - I'm in the same boat. I'll be looking forward to your thread!
    I've been looking for that too. I am in the younger part of that range. :)
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        03-18-2013, 10:24 AM
      #6434
    Yearling
    I wish these ads had spell check
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    Needing advice/ Help

    Hello we just as a young couple was able to get our driest ranch home together we bought a horse who is needing a lot of TLC she is very scared of people and we are wanting help in building a good found pin for her so we can try and work with her so she can get used to us she can not be caught but once you do she very nice good horse just need help in training and getting material s to build a round pin if our able and have stuff laying around and can help please contact me and we are looming for someone who maybe can come out look at her and try and help us with her please email me if you can help...thanks so much
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        03-18-2013, 12:18 PM
      #6435
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    Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
    I wish these ads had spell check
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    Needing advice/ Help

    Hello we just as a young couple was able to get our driest ranch home together we bought a horse who is needing a lot of TLC she is very scared of people and we are wanting help in building a good found pin for her so we can try and work with her so she can get used to us she can not be caught but once you do she very nice good horse just need help in training and getting material s to build a round pin if our able and have stuff laying around and can help please contact me and we are looming for someone who maybe can come out look at her and try and help us with her please email me if you can help...thanks so much
    Spell check would not help this ad, everything is spelled correctly but they should've proof read before posting

    Driest - dream?
    Found pin - round pen
    Looming - looking

         
        03-18-2013, 12:34 PM
      #6436
    Weanling
    Beautiful but he bucks

    Hmm I think i'd get my money back from the "trainer" and hire someone who knows what they're doing .... if our trainer said ummm can't train your horse because it bucked with me, i'd have to wonder about his abilities as a trainer not cheap sell my horse....
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        03-18-2013, 12:51 PM
      #6437
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    Originally Posted by Maple    
    for sail mare and foal box. For Sale in Cork : €250 - DoneDeal.ie

    Not dumb... but I did have a laugh at the spelling
    Haha! It's almost like some 8 year old or 5 year old or something is trying to sell it. Haha!!
         
        03-18-2013, 01:02 PM
      #6438
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    Beautiful buckskin 10 month old baby quater horse - $600



    We have a beautiful baby buckskin quarter horse her name is Brandi....she is so smart and you can walk behind her and brush her she picks up her feet and she loves treats. This baby loves to go on walks and she so sweet...we cannot keep her because my husband got a new job and we will be traveling. We really want her to go to a good home...we have put babies under 50lbs on her back and walked her around and she was amazing and did nothing so we have been working on that...she needs someone with love and attention....please call or text anytime if interested or any other questions

    Same people selling another horse:

    Amazing rideable 4yr quarter horse - $850



    This horse is so beautiful. She is 4yrs old and can be rode by any age...as you can see there are children under the age of 8 riding her. She is lovable and she doesn't hurt dogs or other horses. She's in a pen with a 10 month old and she's so sweet to her...she would make such a great pet. My husband got a new job and we will be traveling with him so we cannot care for them any longer, we love her...and we want her to go to a good home. Her name is k.d after the Kentucky durby because she was born on the day of it...if interest call or text anytime


    Umm, I question their training methods for the 10 month and and the 4 year old. The "rideable by any age" (those under that are pictured) are being lead by an adult, not a child controlling their wonderful "pet". I also love the pictures of the 4 year old, that flare is perfect at showing off their pet
         
        03-18-2013, 05:59 PM
      #6439
    Showing
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    Originally Posted by jannette    
    Beautiful but he bucks

    Hmm I think i'd get my money back from the "trainer" and hire someone who knows what they're doing .... if our trainer said ummm can't train your horse because it bucked with me, i'd have to wonder about his abilities as a trainer not cheap sell my horse....
    It really depends on the horse and the trainer. I'm a trainer, not a bronc rider. It's one thing if a horse is pushed too hard or is feeling fresh and jumps around a few times or does a little greenie buck once or twice, it something wholly different if they truly buck hard...repeatedly.

    I won't take a bad bucker...and I've sent 2 horses home because they came to me with bucking problems and I simply couldn't ride them. So, instead of taking the owner's money and solidifying the habit by getting bucked off over and over (not to mention the added risk of serious injury), I called the owners and told them that I just couldn't ride the horse and it was probably best if they came and picked it up.
         
        03-18-2013, 06:29 PM
      #6440
    Yearling
    Hmm all the ad says is that the trainer sent him home because he bucked after the fourth ride. Unfortunately not much info. If I sent a greenie to a trainer and they sent the horse back because it bucked once I'd be questioning too. It is possible to get a horse to stop. Unfortunately some people let it start in the first place. From what the ad says I think the owners didn't know he would buck? But if they did know and told the trainer, the trainer shouldn't have taken him on knowing the horse bucks. But taking on a greenie should imply that "hey he's green and doesn't know a lot. There's a chance he could do something stupid."
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