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post #6621 of 7202 Old 03-27-2013, 07:56 PM
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Western bridle, bit and saddle pad... only thing english is the saddle

I wonder if that is some sort of tack swap in the background? If so, is this the best they could put together for some sale ad pictures?

And I think the rider is practicing sliding stops...
No idea whats up with the tack but.. this is how ya ride gaited here-- I don't ride gaited in an english saddle but I do kick my legs out like this when im bareback and the horse is doing a fast walk.. its comfortable and helps keep your ballance in the fast walk-- now I wouldnt ride my qt horse this way or wed be backing down the trail, lol.
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post #6622 of 7202 Old 03-27-2013, 10:17 PM
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No idea whats up with the tack but.. this is how ya ride gaited here-- I don't ride gaited in an english saddle but I do kick my legs out like this when im bareback and the horse is doing a fast walk.. its comfortable and helps keep your ballance in the fast walk-- now I wouldnt ride my qt horse this way or wed be backing down the trail, lol.
That may be how you ride gaited, but only when in motion. That horse isn't moving lol
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post #6623 of 7202 Old 03-27-2013, 10:28 PM
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That may be how you ride gaited, but only when in motion. That horse isn't moving lol
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Very true!

Maybe he had one too many that day? Lol.
I noticed he's also riding with pony reins.. and looks like he mighta been dumpster diving earlier in the day..
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post #6624 of 7202 Old 03-27-2013, 11:32 PM
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"horse trainers (n of spokane)
We are thinking of hirring a trainer for our morgan stallion he is 5.5 years old we know how to train but just don't have allot of time to give him. So we are looking for someone to start him for us. This will be at our place and you must be willing sighn a waver. He is a stallion has not had a bunch done with him but he wants to be a good guy. So if you think your horse wise and want a shot let us know he needs work 8 hrs a day for 2 weeks not a hr here and there."

Wow... 8 hours a day for 14 days and you sign a waiver. No mention of what they would pay for a full time job that lasts 2 weeks. Maybe they should've gelded the boy several years ago since they didn't have time to work and train a stallion nor did they have someone else do the training for them.
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post #6625 of 7202 Old 03-27-2013, 11:59 PM
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Horse head insulated blankets

I found this today when I was browsing. "Horse head insulated blankets" ...so the blankets are insulated with horse heads..?
I just had a horrible "The Godfather" flashback . . .

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post #6626 of 7202 Old 03-28-2013, 04:17 AM
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I found this today when I was browsing. "Horse head insulated blankets" ...so the blankets are insulated with horse heads..?

No, I think it is like ski masks for horses. You know to keep their heads warm. After all they lose all their body heat through their heads. Also good if they decide to rob the feed store.
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post #6627 of 7202 Old 03-28-2013, 12:54 PM
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Holy cow... What are these people on that they can be so particular for exactly what they want and the price that goes with it.

"Looking for TB or AQHA gelding (WA/ID/MT)
Looking for around the second week of May. We are starting our search now in case someone may be on the fence on selling their horse.....we will keep posting until we find what we want, as you can see in no real hurry. However, if we find what we like right away, must be able to keep him until second week of May.

We are looking for a GELDING, either TB or AQHA. MUST be papered and have papers in hand. We are looking for trail horse only. MUST be 100% safe on trails and be SOUND. A few quirks here and there are fine but must be sound and of decent confirmation to handle miles and hrs on the trail. Color not important but we do have preference to grays, duns or palomino. Prefer a gelding that is higher on the totem pole with in a herd. MUST not be herd bound and good to work with as far as clipping, bathing, loading, feet etc. Nothing over 16 years and price must go hand in hand with what you have.

If you have a horse over the $500 range MUST be willing to do payments. Nothing over $1500. If your horse is in the higher range we will want a coggins done in May just before we pick up at sellers expense. We can also barter some breeding's to our 2002 gray TB stallion. We charge $500 stud fee, so if you have some mares, or just one, you would like bred we can barter for all or part payment. He has his AQHA number for any QH mares. Mares must be bred before end of May though as we are taking him away on a trip.

Serious inquires only please. I will NOT reply to anyone that does not reply with all details good and bad, price and pictures. Nor will I reply to anyone with a mare or another bred."

Would also add: if they cannot spend more than $500 for their perfect trail horse without making payments, why are they so particular on herd dominance and needing registration on a gelding? Among a whole list of everything else? Why only TBs and Quarter horses?
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post #6628 of 7202 Old 03-28-2013, 01:40 PM
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Holy cow... What are these people on that they can be so particular for exactly what they want and the price that goes with it.

"Looking for TB or AQHA gelding (WA/ID/MT)
Looking for around the second week of May. We are starting our search now in case someone may be on the fence on selling their horse.....we will keep posting until we find what we want, as you can see in no real hurry. However, if we find what we like right away, must be able to keep him until second week of May.

We are looking for a GELDING, either TB or AQHA. MUST be papered and have papers in hand. We are looking for trail horse only. MUST be 100% safe on trails and be SOUND. A few quirks here and there are fine but must be sound and of decent confirmation to handle miles and hrs on the trail. Color not important but we do have preference to grays, duns or palomino. Prefer a gelding that is higher on the totem pole with in a herd. MUST not be herd bound and good to work with as far as clipping, bathing, loading, feet etc. Nothing over 16 years and price must go hand in hand with what you have.

If you have a horse over the $500 range MUST be willing to do payments. Nothing over $1500. If your horse is in the higher range we will want a coggins done in May just before we pick up at sellers expense. We can also barter some breeding's to our 2002 gray TB stallion. We charge $500 stud fee, so if you have some mares, or just one, you would like bred we can barter for all or part payment. He has his AQHA number for any QH mares. Mares must be bred before end of May though as we are taking him away on a trip.

Serious inquires only please. I will NOT reply to anyone that does not reply with all details good and bad, price and pictures. Nor will I reply to anyone with a mare or another bred."

Would also add: if they cannot spend more than $500 for their perfect trail horse without making payments, why are they so particular on herd dominance and needing registration on a gelding? Among a whole list of everything else? Why only TBs and Quarter horses?
Something tells me they're going to be looking for a long time.
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post #6629 of 7202 Old 03-28-2013, 01:43 PM
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I don't think I'd touch them with a 10ft pole. That whole ad just sounds suspect to me. Flippers maybe? Knowing they can turn them over quick for a good profit?

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post #6630 of 7202 Old 03-28-2013, 01:45 PM
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Got to love Craigslist lol

And 1/4 horse? As in 3/4 cow? Love it haha

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