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        04-12-2013, 06:57 PM
    Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
    Her midsection looks so....weird.
    Zippo Pine Bar mare - $850 (Gainesville)

    I have for sale a very nice mare that you would be proud to put with your herd of brood mares or ride . I have not ridden her in about a year she rode good the last time I was on her. She is not a horse for a beginner. She is a 16yr old, a granddaughter to Zippo Pine Bar and on her AQHA Registration Papers she is in the AQHA Incentive Fund . She has raised some very nice babies Blue Roans, Bays,& Sorrels . I am not raising anymore babies.I have owned her for about 12 yrs. To a good home is a must. She is open for breeding.
    Originally Posted by EliRose    
    I think she was probably pregnant at the time those pictures were taken, if not now.
    If she wasn't pregnant at the time of the photos, then I'd just say she's got a serious case of broodmare belly. Happens when they don't get worked to maintain those belly muscles between pregnancies.
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        04-12-2013, 10:58 PM
    This "buckskin" doesn't seem very buckskin-y to me...

    Beautiful buckskin colt - $950 (Atoka, OK)

    Taking deposit ($300) on March 19, 2013 colt. AQHA registration pending.
    Sire: DUN IT SOLANOS, AQHA#5292182
    Dam: DC MAID IN MANATOBA, AQHA#4194899
        04-12-2013, 11:19 PM
    ^ palomino =)
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        04-13-2013, 11:52 AM
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    Originally Posted by SunnyDraco    
    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?
    They really don't stop, now they need someone to board their stallion and can't pay for it. It must be a trade of breeding to their stallion, since apparently being registered is all that is important in a stud (no pictures, pedigree, accomplishments)

    "FREE breeding to registered TB stallion (IDAHO)

    Are you looking to bred your mare? We are offering a max of TWO free breeding's to your mare or mares NOW, in exchange for housing our stallion until close to the end of May.

    If you mare is AQHA or JC registered we will do all stud certificate work etc to have your foals papered. He has his AQHA number. Grade mares welcome as well.

    If you are within 40 miles of CDA any direction we would be happy to come and do the breeding for you. We ask that you house and feed him good quality hay and just basically make sure he is cared for. He is a extremely easy keeper and very respectful of people and fences.

    Our stallion is a 2002 well bred gray TB stallion standing almost 16 hands. He has a personality second to none and passes this to all his Get. He hands and pasture breeds.

    Our stud fees are $500 and we will give two breeding's to mares of your choice for this "boarding service". We only need this housing until the end of May so you will need to do your breeding's before that time. We will honor a LFG for the 2014 season.

    Please serious horse owners only."
        04-13-2013, 12:08 PM
    Green Broke
    "4 year old appy stalion - $250

    Well ground trained. Rode him few times last year. Green broke. Black with nice white blanket with spots.. loves attention.. every one likes him but no show with money. Price is $250.00 firm . He has no papers but will be a good horse for 4-h or what ever you want . I live north of sandpoint in elmira. ***-***-**** . Only bad habits is if you have potatoe chips or cheetos he likes to take the bag an eat them.if you want to see he is at 335 beaver creek rd. Little over 1/4 mile down beaver creek rd . I JUST ROAD HIM APRIL 9 2013 AND HE DIDNT BUCK. HE IS ABOUT 14HDS I RIDE HIM DOWN THE DIRT ROAD AND WHERE EVER I POINT HIM. THREW HE WOODS STEPS OVER LOGS WELL NO TRIPPING"

    No one seems to understand that stallions are not 4-h horses, and would never be allowed in a 4-h show. More like they don't want to fork out the money to geld their grade potato chip eating pet. A few rides last year and one this month (with no bucking because that is so amazing it must be in ALLCAPS) doesn't qualify as "green broke" in my opinion.

    And that last sentence... My head is still hurting from trying to figure out what that means O.o
        04-13-2013, 12:45 PM
    Not a horse, but SERIOUSLY? I think they should pay someone to take it!

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        04-13-2013, 12:54 PM
    Green Broke
    Originally Posted by franknbeans    
    Not a horse, but SERIOUSLY? I think they should pay someone to take it!

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    Convertible horse trailer,,man whachoo talking about them things are awesome for letting the mane flow in the wind...
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        04-14-2013, 12:50 AM
    Green Broke
    We all love the Craigslist posters that believe everyone wants to trade a broke horse for an unbroke project lol


    5yr old Blood bay Morgan mare, 15hands, not broke, great 4H project, trade for broke or green broke horse, thanks"

    Do they ever stop and think whether or not they would make the trade for an unbroke horse?
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        04-14-2013, 12:08 PM
    Ooh, I'm going to jump all over this fantastic offer!

    ridding lesson - $100 (xxxxxx)
    Hi I am offering ridding lessons for low cost $100 for 6weeks wether kid or adualt I can work out a lower fee if tight on money and you can use my horse or your own. Available for 5 students at a time please feel free to ask questions and if interested let me know thank you have a good day.
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        04-14-2013, 04:03 PM
    Here's the sorrow gelding again LOL


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