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    04-11-2013, 11:11 AM
  #6781
Yearling
I do not understand the need to tie a horse like this
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Horse for sale - $600



I got a 2 year old horse for sele his green broke more info call Ivan
     
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    04-11-2013, 11:13 AM
  #6782
Yearling
We talk in questions? When we are not asking questions?
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mare? Gelding (merit greenville)

We have grandkids that need a brore to ride horse ? Good home is here . We have horse need one more free if o k ? We can pay a little cash ? A lest 15 hands tall sorrell or bay we like ? Thanks jim please send pic please
     
    04-11-2013, 11:16 AM
  #6783
Yearling
She is losing her hair. She needs more than to be wormed
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Baby Horse



Baby Horse Filly. She is very gentle. She is halter broke, leads greats, loads and hauls, will stand tied up, has had her feet trimmed, loves to be groomed and pampered. She was just wormed and had her shots. Gets along great with other horses. $200 cash only
     
    04-11-2013, 11:27 AM
  #6784
Yearling
Holy crest!
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13 yr old Quarter Horse gelding for sale - $500 (Greenville, TX)



13 yr old Black Quarter Horse gelding for sale to a good home. Registered Quarter Horse; great temperament; we love to take him out on trail rides. Trained for English and Western riding. No formal training or show experience, but he has a lot of experience being ridden by kids and adults of all ages. We just don't have the time to spend riding and taking care of him like we used to.
     
    04-11-2013, 01:17 PM
  #6785
Yearling
???

Tennessee Walker - $2500 (Dayton Texas )



Black an white Tennessee mare 6years old stains for farrier u can scout off her an has good speed
6 1/2 hands tall
Lots of go in her
Call me for more information
     
    04-11-2013, 04:05 PM
  #6786
Weanling
Very unique coloring, definite stud prospect!

(I sort of want to email them and suggest he may be turning plain ol grey...)

Very sweet colourful 8 month old stud colt prospect - Edmonton Livestock For Sale - Kijiji Edmonton
     
    04-11-2013, 04:23 PM
  #6787
Yearling
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Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
she is losing her hair. She needs more than to be wormed
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Baby Horse



Baby Horse Filly. She is very gentle. She is halter broke, leads greats, loads and hauls, will stand tied up, has had her feet trimmed, loves to be groomed and pampered. She was just wormed and had her shots. Gets along great with other horses. $200 cash only
THIS makes me sick to my stomach, poor girl...I don't have words. How can you NOT notice a horse losing hair?! UNLESS she's shedding, but it sure looks like more than that...

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Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
holy crest!
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13 yr old Quarter Horse gelding for sale - $500 (Greenville, TX)



13 yr old Black Quarter Horse gelding for sale to a good home. Registered Quarter Horse; great temperament; we love to take him out on trail rides. Trained for English and Western riding. No formal training or show experience, but he has a lot of experience being ridden by kids and adults of all ages. We just don't have the time to spend riding and taking care of him like we used to.
He doesn't look like a QH, almost looks like he's half draft. With a percheron in the mix somewhere? I'd say the neck would be his draft side showing IF he is half. But if he's registed full QH definitley a cresty neck that needs some attention...
     
    04-11-2013, 04:26 PM
  #6788
Foal
Ok seriously, do people not proof read anymore?? When I place an add for something I read it out loud and then do spell check!! I don't understand how there can be that many mistakes, yeah one or two but not the whole add lol
     
    04-11-2013, 04:39 PM
  #6789
Showing
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Originally Posted by Annanoel    
He doesn't look like a QH, almost looks like he's half draft. With a percheron in the mix somewhere? I'd say the neck would be his draft side showing IF he is half. But if he's registed full QH definitley a cresty neck that needs some attention...
My old BO has a gelding who could be this horse's twin, except he's bay. He's a registered QH. He's got a cresty neck from founder. Bubba (the BO's horse) will founder at the drop of a hat.
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    04-11-2013, 04:42 PM
  #6790
Weanling
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Originally Posted by TheAQHAGirl    
There might be a possibility that the AQHA is registered under the American Warmblood horse association (However you say it). They will accept any horse as long as it will compete in Dressage, Driving, Jumping, Eventing, etc. But the horse also has to have correct movement....And you may need to know the sire and dam....I don't remember lol.
I think the lame perlino mare posted is the dam of that guy.. if so, he must be one of her half arab babies.

He is sure gorgeous
     



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