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    03-24-2013, 03:46 PM
  #6571
Yearling
My goodness. I understand he is very well trained, but he needs groceries. $7500 for him?!
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English Barn Hunter/Jumpers Horses for Sale. - $1 (ok)





We are down sizing our barn to make room for our coming up babies.

Home Before Dark-(not pictured) 10 yr. Old TB Bay Gelding standing at 16.2 hands. Experience in 3'6" hunters, and equitation. Has medals. And has excelled in Jumpers, 1.05-1.10 meter. He is a powerful jumper and really enjoys jumping. With work could do Hunters again. When you point him at a jump and ride him through it, he will clear ever jump. Not for a beginner, due to that he is such a powerful jumper. He clips, stands for farrier, and is easy to catch and load. Price is $12,000 obo.

The Big Cheese-(not Pictured) 7 yr. Old TB Bay Gelding standing at 17 hands. Doing pre-greens- packs at 3'0". This big gentle giant is safe for all ages! You point, he jumps. He naturally changes his leads and does it with ease. This guy will pack anyone around that can sit on him. Would be great for a beginner kid or anyone wanting to start jumping. He clips, stands for farrier, and is easy to catch and load. NO bad habits with this guy, he is as honest as the day is long. Price is $15,000 obo.

Capodina-(1st Picture) 16 yr. Old Bay TB Gelding standing at 16.2 hands. Has shown 3'0". No need to school this guy before you go show. Will jump right around. Safe for anyone to ride. He is a gentle giant as well. We give lessons on him and he is such a pleasure to be around. He also rides western and has been used in trail rides. He is a great all around horse. No bad habits, he clips, stands for farrier. Extremely easy to catch and load. Price is $7,500 obo. Needs to be teaching more beginners to ride.

Charisma-(2nd Picture) 8 yr. Old Bay Pony mare. This mare is AWESOME! She has her permanent pony card, 14.1 1/2 hands tall. She has been shown in green ponies. This mare will make a wonderful PONY JUMPER! Very suitable for an experienced rider, do to the fact that she is so athletic and quick footed. This lil mare will also make an awesome playday horse. She has never been ran on barrels or poles, but she has a lot of handle and will turn around. An experienced youngster could really win on this mare! She is easy to catch, she clips, bathes, stands great for the farrier, and loads right up. We hate to sell her but times are hard and she has been on the back burner while we show and train other horses. She has no buck, bite, or kick. Let her set for a month, grab her up, load her up and go have fun!! Price is $2000 obo.

Runnin Okie-( 3rd Picture) 4 yr. Old Chestnut TB Gelding Standing at 16 hands and still growing. He hasn't shown yet but at home he is jumping 2'3"- 2'6". Quite just green. He is ready to start showing. He hasn't been worked with as much as our other horses because we just haven't had much time. We have been working with him much more and he has shown great potential! Will need experienced rider because he is still young and green. Price is $2,500 obo.

All our horses are great horses. We specialize in hunter/jumpers and these horses are all great at their jobs. If your looking for your next weekend show horse or next professional hunter?jumper come check out our horses at are barn.
     
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    03-24-2013, 03:54 PM
  #6572
Yearling
Not really the ad itself, but I went to watch the video...and...well....okay? I was expecting to actually see him in action.
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6yr old TB gelding PRETTY PRETTY - $3000 (Kaufman, TX)



http://www.equine.com/horses-for-sale/horse-ad-2805988.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETqvz1VdRkI&feature=youtu.be

Set your sights on this handsome 'fella! PL Fortysidgo is a Jockey Club registered 2007 thoroughbred gelding. Standing at 16hh even, "Captain America" is an exceptional 6 year old who had four starts in 2012. Captain is one of the kindest hearted horses I have owned and is always up for a good scratch. Captain is easy to catch, groom, saddle, bathe, load, pony on or off of, and is fairly laid back when riding in the arena. Captain has a large trotting stride that is easy to manage. His lope is also a big stride, but is easy to sit and go along for the ride! Captain stays on a 5-6 week trimming schedule, is wormed bi-monthly and fresh coggins pulled on 3/11/13.

Due to family loss of interest, college, and me going on the road this summer with my rodeo mare, I finally had to make the choice of Captain moving off to another barn. I am driving to northern, North Dakota June 1-2 and can deliver/meet up in Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, S. Dakota or N. Dakota with Captain America.

Currently located in Kaufman, TX. Call, text, or email Elizabeth for more information! Thank you!
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    03-24-2013, 04:05 PM
  #6573
Showing
Not sure what you were expecting. I thought that was a great sale video. He's cute. I'd buy him for my boyfriend, if I had the money.
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    03-24-2013, 04:23 PM
  #6574
Yearling
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Originally Posted by DraftyAiresMum    
Not sure what you were expecting. I thought that was a great sale video. He's cute. I'd buy him for my boyfriend, if I had the money.
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I was expecting them to show him under saddle. Not a 5 second video showing a picture of him. I didnt say anything was wrong with the horse. I just don't see a point in putting up a video like that.
     
    03-24-2013, 04:26 PM
  #6575
Showing
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Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
I was expecting them to show him under saddle. Not a 5 second video showing a picture of him. I didnt say anything was wrong with the horse. I just don't see a point in putting up a video like that.
I'm not sure we watched the same video. The video I watched had him loping circles in both directions under saddle, being tacked up, having a barrel rolled while he was led next to it. It was three minutes and twenty-one seconds long. This is the video:

Http://youtube.com/#/watch?v=ETqvz1VdRkI&feature=youtu.be&desktop_uri=% 2Fwatch%3Fv%3DETqvz1VdRkI%26feature%3Dyoutu.be
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    03-24-2013, 04:29 PM
  #6576
Yearling
I clicked on the link in the ad. It was a 5 second video of a picture of him. Lol. Ill try it again
     
    03-24-2013, 04:33 PM
  #6577
Showing
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Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
i clicked on the link in the ad. It was a 5 second video of a picture of him. Lol. Ill try it again
That's the same link I clicked on. *shrug*
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    03-24-2013, 04:37 PM
  #6578
Yearling
Hmm apparently something is wrong with my laptop. When I clicked on it the first time and the video came up, it even said it was 5 seconds below the loading bar. I clicked on it again and the full video finally came up. Ughh this laptop needs to be destroyed. It keeps freezing up even though I have cleaned it out and even went as far as to wipe it out and restore all programs.
     
    03-24-2013, 04:46 PM
  #6579
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I really liked Captain America, actually! Looks like he has a pretty good handle on him for his age.
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    03-24-2013, 04:55 PM
  #6580
Green Broke
I liked him too but it does not matter anyway, seeing as there is a new study that we can weigh no more than 10% of the horses weight,

Grrrrrrrrrrr............... How much weight should a horse carry? New study
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