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        03-20-2013, 05:06 PM
      #6501
    Yearling
    This is not a dumb ad but, I thought I would share here.
    Looking for Husband safe horse

    Looking for Husband safe horse - $1 (Clarksville)

    Looking for husband safe/confidence building horse for my husband to learn on. He has very limited experience. Prefer free horse if possible or may trade.

    Re: The person saying I don't have any money... Thank you for assuming you know me. I do have money and can manage my own finances and do provide excellent care for my horses. I am, however, realistic when it comes to my husband's desire to learn to ride. Being that the horse market is down right now and equine care/expenses are so high, I would prefer to offer a good home to an older horse that someone may not be able/want to care for anymore that he can learn to ride on. I am not going to go out and spend $1200 on a horse that he may/will probably lose interest in. I would teach him on mine but he is too much horse for a beginner such as my husband. Thank you for your concern as to my bank account, but its not necessary.
    • Location: Clarksville
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        03-20-2013, 05:09 PM
      #6502
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by KyMoMoF3CuTiEs    
    This is not a dumb ad but, I thought I would share here.
    Looking for Husband safe horse

    Looking for Husband safe horse - $1 (Clarksville)

    Looking for husband safe/confidence building horse for my husband to learn on. He has very limited experience. Prefer free horse if possible or may trade.

    Re: The person saying I don't have any money... Thank you for assuming you know me. I do have money and can manage my own finances and do provide excellent care for my horses. I am, however, realistic when it comes to my husband's desire to learn to ride. Being that the horse market is down right now and equine care/expenses are so high, I would prefer to offer a good home to an older horse that someone may not be able/want to care for anymore that he can learn to ride on. I am not going to go out and spend $1200 on a horse that he may/will probably lose interest in. I would teach him on mine but he is too much horse for a beginner such as my husband. Thank you for your concern as to my bank account, but its not necessary.
    • Location: Clarksville
    haha touche
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        03-20-2013, 05:28 PM
      #6503
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by KyMoMoF3CuTiEs    
    This is not a dumb ad but, I thought I would share here.
    Looking for Husband safe horse

    Lmao. I know where she is coming from though. Most horse people are cruel. One time I asked if it was safe to put neosporin on my gelding. Some people (not just one) flipped out because I didn't want to drive 120 miles to the vet. It was a tiny scratch that healed in a day or two!
    Looking for Husband safe horse - $1 (Clarksville)

    Looking for husband safe/confidence building horse for my husband to learn on. He has very limited experience. Prefer free horse if possible or may trade.

    Re: The person saying I don't have any money... Thank you for assuming you know me. I do have money and can manage my own finances and do provide excellent care for my horses. I am, however, realistic when it comes to my husband's desire to learn to ride. Being that the horse market is down right now and equine care/expenses are so high, I would prefer to offer a good home to an older horse that someone may not be able/want to care for anymore that he can learn to ride on. I am not going to go out and spend $1200 on a horse that he may/will probably lose interest in. I would teach him on mine but he is too much horse for a beginner such as my husband. Thank you for your concern as to my bank account, but its not necessary.
    • Location: Clarksville
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        03-20-2013, 09:11 PM
      #6504
    Foal
    The dun looks really wormy too. :/
         
        03-20-2013, 09:14 PM
      #6505
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by DraftyAiresMum    
    ^^ That is one angry pony!!

    This guy needs to be gelded yesterday. Heck, he needed to be gelded YEARS ago! I'd hate to see the two horses that produced this train wreck. What conformation fault DOESN'T he have?!

    Black stallion
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    eeek! What an unfortunate looking horse!
         
        03-20-2013, 09:28 PM
      #6506
    Yearling
    Poor guy, just look at his feet :(
         
        03-20-2013, 09:32 PM
      #6507
    Yearling
    Holy downhill. But he's a perdy color. Why not
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    BLACK AND WHITE OVERO STALLION FOR STUD SERVICE. CHAMPION PEDIGREE DOUBLE REG. APHA AND PINTO HORSE ASSOC. LFG. BLUE MAX GRANDSON. WE ALSO HAVE PAINT HORSES FOR SALE STUD FEE $500 PER MARE $12.00 A DAY MARE CARE WET OR DRY. THIS HORSE IS NOT FOR SALE THIS IS STUD SERVICE ONLY
         
        03-20-2013, 09:47 PM
      #6508
    Yearling
    Headdesk
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    2 y/o Stud Gaited Horse Broke Sell/Trade - $600 (Pittsburg/Mt Pleasant)



    This gorgeous boy was born 3-17-11 and has been a love bug ever since. We have had hands on daily since birth and he has always been friendly and curious with the best personality. His sire is a giant purebred Tennessee Walker and his mother is a smaller gaited buckskin mare whose stride was different than the Tennessee Walkers that we had previously seen. We had no idea what she was until Blondie was born (I know, it's girly but he was soooo pretty for a boy- and think of Clint Eastwood's nickname in one of the old spaghetti westerns) and a TW breeder looked at him and immediately identified him as a Kentucky Mountain horse. Once he mentioned the breed we did a little research and it looks like he was right, both mother and son have the dappling in their summer coats & Blondie could be the poster picture of the breed. It looks like his coat is going to settle into a rich chocolate with a blond tail and blond highlights in his mane. He has had 60 days under saddle, is smooth as glass to ride, and he does really well- unless he is around a mare at which time into an obnoxious pain in the neck. A confident rider can handle him fine, somebody who rides twice a year like me; not so much. I have been told that gelding him will settle him down but he is so pretty, he looks like a little Breyer model horse. Several people expressed interest in having him breed to their mares once the economy settles down and horse sales pick back up but I do not have a place to separate him from his mother & the other mare, and I have a feeling that once he actually does the deed he will be even more hard headed. I understand that these horses are not very common here so I thought I'd see if somebody might want to buy him intact. He and his mother are both easy keepers, they stay fat and happy on less feed than my other horse. The first 3 pictures were taken the day he was born, the following 2 are from that summer and the next 2 are from last October, the last 2 were taken last weekend. The trainer was out on a weekend long trail ride & Blondie was playing camera shy for the person trying to take the picture. Unfortunately the pictures came out very red so it's hard to tell his real color. He is still at the trainer's since I don't have a place to keep away from the mares & I will try to get some pics from him. I have to make a decision fairly quickly because the guy breaking him says there's nothing more he can do, he's broke as he is going to get and is a good ride until a mare comes along and his brain stops working. If there are no takers he will be making a trip to the vet on his way home. Will trade for cow/calf/goats of equal value or add some cash to him. Thanks
         
        03-20-2013, 09:51 PM
      #6509
    Yearling
    Haha....wow
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    Be he envy of your neighboorhood! Horse drawn lawn mower - $1000



    Be the envy of your neighboorhood with this horse drawn lawnmower! Turn a job into fun! It is a 3 real mower that has a seat and is pulled with a horse. $1000 cash no checks please!
    We also have the pony in the picture for sale. She is 5 years old. Very gentle! Mow Ann ride and drives! She has been a small boys school horse. The Amish children drove her to school. Mow Ann is traffic safe, drive her to the Dairy Queen or mow the yard! With a neat mowingoutfit like this you could proababy get the kids to PAY YOU TO MOW YOUR YARD!!!!
    Mow Ann is $1200 cash. No Checks Please.
    Harness available for sale also $650
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        03-20-2013, 09:56 PM
      #6510
    Yearling
    Funny looking snaffle
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    Easy Riding Snaffle Bit - $50 (Red Oak)



    I have a easy riding snaffle bit, that is easy on the horse,but you still have plenty control. It has a little bit of silver.It has a one-ear headstall, 8 ft. Split reins, real good bridle.
         

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