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    05-07-2013, 11:10 AM
  #7021
Yearling
I don't think that is a red dun. Unless this is a different variation of it??
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2013 Red Dun Quarter Pony Filly - $750 (Streetman)


Peaches is a really cute Red Dun Quarter Pony filly born on March 11, 2013. Her sire is a 13.1hh bay roan POA/Quarter Pony stud and her dam is a 13.2hh Golden Buckskin Quarter Pony mare. She will mature no taller than 13.2hh. Really good conformation, straight legs and a very pretty head. She will make a really nice Hunter Pony or Ranch Pony. Will be registered with AQPA. She will be weaned on June 11 but I will take a small deposit to hold her until then. Shown here at 2 weeks old.
     
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    05-07-2013, 11:22 AM
  #7022
Yearling
Yep drops her head with one touch! Lol. Referring to the video.
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Super nice mare, started and ready to go to work! - $1700 (Aubrey)


This is a really nice little mare, she is about 14.2 hands and extremely athletic!! She has 60 days training with Performance Edge Equine and is doing great! She walks, trots, lopes, turns, and backs all with just a halter. She will make a nice prospect for any speed event, barrels, poles, endurance trails etc. She is very sweet, NO kick, NO bite. She has a ton of flex and bends very nice. She drops her head to the ground with 1 touch! If your looking for a versatile horse that has speed here she is. 1,700$ obo.No Scammers or Bull will be tolerated. Serious inquiries only. I can send video and more pics just text 9four0-6twosix-9four9seven. Thank you for looking!! Have a great day!!
     
    05-07-2013, 11:51 AM
  #7023
Showing
Good gosh, if that's what 60 days of my training looked like, I'd hang up my bridle and call it quits .
     
    05-07-2013, 02:33 PM
  #7024
Foal
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Originally Posted by franknbeans    
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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Her other videos just are a mess..
     
    05-07-2013, 02:35 PM
  #7025
Trained
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Originally Posted by Ponies    
Her other videos just are a mess..
Oh-I know! She is ruining MANY horses, not just one. Tempted to go look at this one and ask her why she does some of the things she does......just to pull her chain.
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    05-07-2013, 02:37 PM
  #7026
Weanling
Horse Classified Ads - FHANA - Friesian Horse Association of North America

This one isn't really dumb, but I thought one of the breed standards of the Friesian was that only a small white star was allowed, any other white marking (like on the legs, or a larger marking on the face) could not be registered with FHANA. Correct me if I am wrong. This ad, posted on FHANA's website, clearly states there is a bit of white on the leg.

Beautiful horse either way, I just found it odd that of all places this horse was posted on FHANA.
     
    05-07-2013, 02:44 PM
  #7027
Weanling
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Originally Posted by Back2Horseback    
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?)

Best!!! B2H <3
He did find a great home. If anything comes up (his owner gives me regular updates), and he is up for sale I'll give you the information :P
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    05-07-2013, 03:30 PM
  #7028
Weanling
Friesian

Very descriptive. Registered? Bloodlines? Not even an age >.<
     
    05-07-2013, 07:38 PM
  #7029
Started
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jalter    
Friesian

Very descriptive. Registered? Bloodlines? Not even an age >.<
What are they doing to that poor thing's face?
     
    05-07-2013, 07:53 PM
  #7030
Weanling
I think I am seriously going to start emailing these owners haha.
     

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