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        03-19-2013, 04:33 PM
      #6471
    Yearling
    Do not worry. He sites very pretty baby ponehs
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    AQHA stallion - $1500 (Orange grove tx)



    12 year old AQHA blue roan stallion. 16 hh current shots and coggins. Halter and lead broke. Stands for farrier, bathes, loads and ties in trailer. Asking $1500. Email me if interested. He is NOT broke to ride. We bought him 2 years ago for a stud horse. We aren't breeding mares so need him to go to someone who can use him. Asking less than what we have invested in him or paid for for him. He sites real pretty colts. Email me if interested
         
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        03-19-2013, 04:35 PM
      #6472
    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
    what the heck is around her neck
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    Beautiful Belgian Draft ger Mare FOR SALE OR TRADE - $1600 (Brookshire, Tx.)



    11 years old, belgian draft mare, 16.1hh, current coggins, big and wide, excellent like broodmare, very spirited but sweet, easy to get in foal, big babies, easy foaling, will be excellent addition to your breeding program, to make me an offer please call, text or leave a message at 832 203 9513, CAN TRADE FOR CAR, TRUCK OR TRAILER, thanks for looking. HABLO ESPANOL
    It may be a collar. My horse had a tying issue after a scary experiance. Someone reccomended I try a horse collar. I have no idea how it worked, but he pulled once, and never did again. It made him.go back to normal as for tying him up, and I eventually put him back with the halter.

    My friends horse got a big scrape on his nose. A western bridle left it alone, but a halter rubbed it. I gave her my horse collar so she could still safely tie him while saddling. It has a few purposss, though not seen that often.
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        03-19-2013, 04:40 PM
      #6473
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by Jalter    
    It may be a collar. My horse had a tying issue after a scary experiance. Someone reccomended I try a horse collar. I have no idea how it worked, but he pulled once, and never did again. It made him.go back to normal as for tying him up, and I eventually put him back with the halter.

    My friends horse got a big scrape on his nose. A western bridle left it alone, but a halter rubbed it. I gave her my horse collar so she could still safely tie him while saddling. It has a few purposss, though not seen that often.
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    Oh okay thank you! I have never seen one! I guess it puts pressure on the poll or maybe they feel less "tied down"? My gelding had a bad tying experience too. Afterwards he would set back if he felt tension on the halter. So I started tying him with the lead loose on the hitching post so if he set back, he would just step back with nothing to pull against. He never took more than a few steps back because there was nothing to fight against. I guess it worked because he does not set back anymore lol.
         
        03-19-2013, 04:41 PM
      #6474
    Foal
    A 3-year-old stud colt that's a "kids horse"???

    Black and White Kids Horse

    Black and White Kids Horse - $600 (Southeast NE)
    For sale 3 year old horse. Black and white. Very Gentle. Well Broke. Small kids rode him just this week. Very Friendly. Roughly 14 or so hands.
    No papers. He is still a stud, but has not exhibited any bad behavior at all. Vet said $50 to cut him someday if he does get ornery. Comes right up to you to be petted and just needs to shed off this spring to double his price. Am selling for a neighbor who is "English as second language" kind of guy, but great horse trainer.
    Thanks,
    402 239 3045
         
        03-19-2013, 04:43 PM
      #6475
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
    Oh okay thank you! I have never seen one! I guess it puts pressure on the poll or maybe they feel less "tied down"? My gelding had a bad tying experience too. Afterwards he would set back if he felt tension on the halter. So I started tying him with the lead loose on the hitching post so if he set back, he would just step back with nothing to pull against. He never took more than a few steps back because there was nothing to fight against. I guess it worked because he does not set back anymore lol.
    No problem, your reation was my first one too :P As long as the horse is cooperative, its a good alternative. I wouldn't reccomend it dor a spirited one though, as it doesn't offer any pressure points. My old horse would lead by his mane, so I didn't have much to worry about.
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        03-19-2013, 04:43 PM
      #6476
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Little Jane    
    A 3-year-old stud colt that's a "kids horse"???

    Black and White Kids Horse

    Black and White Kids Horse - $600 (Southeast NE)
    For sale 3 year old horse. Black and white. Very Gentle. Well Broke. Small kids rode him just this week. Very Friendly. Roughly 14 or so hands.
    No papers. He is still a stud, but has not exhibited any bad behavior at all. Vet said $50 to cut him someday if he does get ornery. Comes right up to you to be petted and just needs to shed off this spring to double his price. Am selling for a neighbor who is "English as second language" kind of guy, but great horse trainer.
    Thanks,
    402 239 3045
    well when little studdy gets to acting like a stallion, someone is going to get hurt. Sounds like an irresponsible vet to be giving advice like that too!
         
        03-19-2013, 04:45 PM
      #6477
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Jalter    
    No problem, your reation was my first one too :P As long as the horse is cooperative, its a good alternative. I wouldn't reccomend it dor a spirited one though, as it doesn't offer any pressure points. My old horse would lead by his mane, so I didn't have much to worry about.
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    Wish my gelding would lead by his mane! Lol I keep a breakaway halter on him just in case I need to lead him out of our wooded pasture without a lead rope. In the ad it says she is spirited and plus she is a big Belgian girl...wonder if she is cooperative with it haha
         
        03-19-2013, 05:20 PM
      #6478
    Started
    Lets put the child on a 10 week old foal, sure why not!

    bottle rared foal. For Sale in Tipperary : €150 - DoneDeal.ie

    10 wk old filly foal very strong very gentle and wel used to kids and dogs.bottle fed but ready to be weaned.grazing and on weanling pellets.regretfull sale
         
        03-19-2013, 05:24 PM
      #6479
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Maple    
    Lets put the child on a 10 week old foal, sure why not!

    bottle rared foal. For Sale in Tipperary : €150 - DoneDeal.ie

    10 wk old filly foal very strong very gentle and wel used to kids and dogs.bottle fed but ready to be weaned.grazing and on weanling pellets.regretfull sale
    I just do not understand some people's stupidity
         
        03-19-2013, 05:26 PM
      #6480
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
    I just do not understand some people's stupidity
    Unfortunatelt, this is the norm where I live. A yearling was an amazing trail horse, broke by a 160lb man. Imagine how many hours that poor horse had to have to be reliable by that age.
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