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post #7011 of 7202 Old 05-06-2013, 01:05 PM
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Poor guy. Hope he finds a good home.
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post #7012 of 7202 Old 05-06-2013, 06:40 PM
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Surprise-he is also currently retired from jumping. **Head-desk** UGH.

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post #7013 of 7202 Old 05-06-2013, 06:41 PM
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In some areas, the horse market is really down. My horse was sold for way less than what he was worth. Then again, he was going though some rough treatment from other boarders and the cops refused to help me. For his safety, I needed him out of town quick. Here is his old ad (he was sold two days after this ad was up):
Easy to Handle Throughbred Gelding
Wow Jalter! Your baby would've been perfect for me in every way from what your ad says...up until about two months ago I was looking heavily, hoping to find a great horse for me by about August...as a returning intermediate-beginner, and looking for a healthy, good minded mount to trail ride and do some arena work/small jumping with, and to love, bottom line!

Very oddly and certainly frustratingly, things (stressors/drama, etc...) in my life have gotten really oddly "wonky" since starting my new nursing job (after leaving a job I'd been at for FIVE YEARS(!) where I worked five 8 hour shifts a week), precisely for the singular reason of choosing to have a job that would provide me with ample horse-time before becoming a horse-mom.

I now work 3 12° shifts, giving me four full horse-devoted days/week, with two days of mine while I'm working when DH can be at the barn, in my absence, doing all-manner of horsey things necessary.

Too bad that A) I wasn't aware of your needs to find a loving and safe home for your boy and B) that my life went and got all nutty for a bit, putting my horse-shopping aspirations on hold temporarily, because he seems literally perfect for my desires and needs and he's just beautiful to boot!

I'm TRULY SO happy for you and him that he's happy in his new home. If anything should change in the future, perhaps consider me as an option! :0) (I totally know this isn't the thread for this, but too confused re: how to switch it to the proper one...hoping y'all can forgive this indiscretion?)

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post #7014 of 7202 Old 05-06-2013, 07:48 PM
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finished reiner ready to show? NOT.

Today must just be my lucky day. Another one.

This is supposed to be a finished reiner I don't think so. I do just want to go get the horse to get that awful woman off his back. There are several videos of her on other horses-makes my back hurt.
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post #7015 of 7202 Old 05-06-2013, 08:20 PM
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hqq7t-3786906741@sale.craigslist.org?subject=2012 AQHA Red Roan Filly - $200 (Detroit Lakes)&body=

2012 AQHA Red Roan Filly

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Poor lanky, skinny, poorly conformed baby =(
11 grand!? No thanks lol
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Sigh. Horses like these are proof that papers don't make the horse. Everyone bashes breeding grades, but what kind of examples of fine breeding are THESE registered horses? And it's not like I am that picky. I see beauty in almost every horse I come across.
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post #7016 of 7202 Old 05-06-2013, 09:33 PM
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I do think knowledgeable animal owners, know that registration papers are not a sign of quality. This in horses and dogs. The problem lies in owners who do in fact, think that registration papers are an indication that an animal is something special.

I certainly do like a registered animal, because its pedigree tells me about its ancestry. As a breeder, I would want to know about the animals, close up in the pedigree. This tells me what genetic problems might be hidden and how I might want to breed a given horse.

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post #7017 of 7202 Old 05-06-2013, 11:06 PM
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Today must just be my lucky day. Another one.

This is supposed to be a finished reiner I don't think so. I do just want to go get the horse to get that awful woman off his back. There are several videos of her on other horses-makes my back hurt.
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I am by no means a lightweight. In fact, I'm similar in size to the woman in those videos. However, I know for a fact that I have a much lighter seat than she does. Why, when you can see videos of yourself riding, would you continue to hurt your horse(s) by riding like a 200+lbs sack of potatoes?!
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post #7018 of 7202 Old 05-06-2013, 11:08 PM
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Today must just be my lucky day. Another one.

This is supposed to be a finished reiner I don't think so. I do just want to go get the horse to get that awful woman off his back. There are several videos of her on other horses-makes my back hurt.
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omg the first video when she adjusted herself in the saddle the horses back literally bowed. Poor horse...
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post #7019 of 7202 Old 05-07-2013, 08:21 AM
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That poor horse... I'm a heavier rider and have been worried that my riding might be affecting my horse badly, but compared to those videos, I ride brilliantly.
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post #7020 of 7202 Old 05-07-2013, 08:30 AM
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Not only her seat-she also yanks on the poor thing. It would take so much $$ to undo all the bad training.....UGH.
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