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    03-26-2013, 07:01 PM
  #6591
Showing
I think it might be poor trimming. I would expect a horse with clubbed feet to have a rounder, more "bulgy" appearance to the front of the hoof.
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    03-26-2013, 07:02 PM
  #6592
Started
Holy stilts batman! That poor horse :(
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    03-26-2013, 08:08 PM
  #6593
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SHEEP WANTED- NO SPEAKY ENGRISH - $27 (Galena Park)

Wanted- Sheep that doesn't know english; the last one I had continuosly asked everyone if they were his 'DAAAADDDYYYY'
And it was a bit embarrassing since his butt hole was always red and chaffed (and sometimes goooey).
Toothless is also preferred so she doesn't chew up everything in sight (especially when I am getting out of the shower).
I DO NOT NEED PHOTOS SENT SO IF YOU HAVE THE SHEEP I NEED I WILL COM AND PICK IT UP ASAP.
Also need an old fashioned ashtray to complemant the mood.


Technically not a horse but I really hope this person was joking! LOL
     
    03-26-2013, 08:48 PM
  #6594
Started
Eww. Or should that be ewe.

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    03-26-2013, 08:59 PM
  #6595
Yearling
Lmao hahahaa
     
    03-26-2013, 09:04 PM
  #6596
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Tryst    
Scary club feet on this guy and/or just a REALLY horrible trim making him look club footed. And he is only $8,000!!

Palomino QH Stallion

Holy carp!! Makes me think of those Asian slipper things that women used to bind their feet smaller... or a ballet dancer!! Ouchy-wawa! We looked at a horse with similar feet, but the more I looked at them, the more I worried to buy them, esp when they said they had his feet that way on purpose- he was just trimmed!?
     
    03-26-2013, 09:17 PM
  #6597
Yearling
1 month old filly and the dam might be in foal again already? Is this normal or possible?



ANDALUSIAN FILLY - YEGUITA ANDALUSIAN

ANDALUSIAN FILLY - YEGUITA ANDALUSIAN - $3500 (Kern county)
She is still not ready to be sold she is about 1 month old and will be ready around late week of July. Price I could negotiate, I will get the papers I will order them around may if you want you could register her and I could lower the price some.
Mom is also for sale she might be in foal to a black PRE that I have. Email me for more questions. And I have a 2 year old Andalusian colt for sale.
COLT $7000.00
FILLY $3500.00
MARE $10,000

MAKE OFFER!!!! MARE COULD BE PREGNANT TO A PRE BLACK ANDALUSIAN 17HH. ALL ANDALUSIANS WILL BE 16+HH
     
    03-26-2013, 09:20 PM
  #6598
Showing
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Originally Posted by PurpleMonkeyWrench    
1 month old filly and the dam might be in foal again already? Is this normal or possible?



ANDALUSIAN FILLY - YEGUITA ANDALUSIAN

ANDALUSIAN FILLY - YEGUITA ANDALUSIAN - $3500 (Kern county)
She is still not ready to be sold she is about 1 month old and will be ready around late week of July. Price I could negotiate, I will get the papers I will order them around may if you want you could register her and I could lower the price some.
Mom is also for sale she might be in foal to a black PRE that I have. Email me for more questions. And I have a 2 year old Andalusian colt for sale.
COLT $7000.00
FILLY $3500.00
MARE $10,000

MAKE OFFER!!!! MARE COULD BE PREGNANT TO A PRE BLACK ANDALUSIAN 17HH. ALL ANDALUSIANS WILL BE 16+HH
Totally possible. About a week or so after birth, the mare has what's called a "foal heat." Some breeders will try to expose their mares on the foal heat, presumably because the mare is more likely to take the breeding.
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    03-26-2013, 09:22 PM
  #6599
Yearling
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Originally Posted by DraftyAiresMum    
Totally possible. About a week or so after birth, the mare has what's called a "foal heat." Some breeders will try to expose their mares on the foal heat, presumably because the mare is more likely to take the breeding.
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I just read about that lol that doesn't sound healthy though.
     
    03-26-2013, 09:24 PM
  #6600
Showing
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Originally Posted by PurpleMonkeyWrench    
I just read about that lol that doesn't sound healthy though.
Happens a lot in feral/wild herds, so it probably isn't as heinous as you're thinking, especially if the mare receives adequate care.
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