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        05-10-2013, 02:02 PM
      #7071
    Yearling
    Well at least they took these awesome pictures
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    Palomino (Greenville Tx)


    She is rideable she is very sweet I loved her wen I got her but we don't got the money to feed her she needs a care and loveing home.
    I had to get her it to shap she was skiney wen I got her and she is 24 years old and she is a registered palomino quarter horse.
    Her name is cowboys lace of gold but I call her lacie. We can not bring her we have no traler and my phone number is
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        05-10-2013, 02:37 PM
      #7072
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    Standing American Saddlebred Stallion - $500 (Royse City, TX)




    Have you mare bred to Yorktown Primer Genious! This beautify American Saddlebred Stallion produces high stepping, will structured babies. Call for arrangements to get your mare bred today.
    I believe, this stallion probably was quite well bred, and that there are spelling mistakes in his name. He is obviously in horrible condtion and might be aged now. While Saddlebreds are born 'high-stepping', this poor boy has obviously had heavy chains or something added, to make him appear moreso. Something has happened to those front pasterns, certainly. I presume they shaved his head and throatlatch, for the picture.

    Such a shame, that he ended up in such condition.

    Lizzie
         
        05-10-2013, 05:53 PM
      #7073
    Teen Forum Moderator
    Holy crest!

    American Quarter Horse
    American Quarter Horse - $1500 (Brazoria)


    Gorgeous Horse for sale!

    Redman is 7 years old, almost 17 hands tall, very well trained. He is a gentle horse with a gentle ride, broke in every way. Saddles easy, rides and obeys every command easy, baths & grooms good and loves being inside trailers so he loads easy.

    Serious buyers only! No trades, price is firm!

    Camel anyone? You don't see THOSE for sale every day! O_o

    Dromedary Camel Calves - $3450 (South Texas -delivery available)


    We currently have 3 dromedary calves for sale.

    First photo is a male for $3850; Second photo is a female for $4950; and Third photo is a male for $3450. They are all sired by our beautiful paint bull on the 4th photo. Adult Dromedary and Bactrian Camels also for Sale



    Looks black to me...
    Blue roan stud services - $850 (Harwood tx)


    Big and stout stud that produces colts with color his colts are big and very classy my price includes breeding and feeding your mare and a preg check call Raul at 512 576 8280
         
        05-10-2013, 06:01 PM
      #7074
    Yearling
    Not a horse ad but...

    purebreed chiwawa (fenton)



    1o wk old female..potyee trained even! Very nice pup. Black and white Last of litter come and get her.. call xxx-xxx-xxxx
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        05-10-2013, 06:06 PM
      #7075
    Weanling
    Omg I want a camel!!
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        05-10-2013, 07:10 PM
      #7076
    Trained
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    Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
    well at least they took these awesome pictures
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    Palomino (Greenville Tx)


    She is rideable she is very sweet I loved her wen I got her but we don't got the money to feed her she needs a care and loveing home.
    I had to get her it to shap she was skiney wen I got her and she is 24 years old and she is a registered palomino quarter horse.
    Her name is cowboys lace of gold but I call her lacie. We can not bring her we have no traler and my phone number is
    This made my eyes bleed. O.O
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        05-10-2013, 07:21 PM
      #7077
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    Omg I want a camel!!
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    Believe me - you probably don't. You have no idea how incredibly destructive they can be. Almost no fencing holds them in if they feel inclined to wander and they always feel inclined. They chew on anything handy. They do take lots of training to be nice.

    I remember a lady on the news a while back, who had a pet camel. He got out one day and did $4,000 worth of damage to her car, which he found with the windows down.

    A friend of ours had one for years. He was incredibly well trained and was in many movies and Christmas pageants. Sadly, she lost him a couple of years ago.

    I used to ride a Bactrian (two humped) camel, when I was young. He was a gorgeous dark chocolate colour, with very long hair as I remember. Handsome fellow but not a friendly sort.

    Lizzie
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        05-10-2013, 08:19 PM
      #7078
    Foal
    American Quarter Horse

    Short heavy cresty neck aside, doesn't that horse look kinda dull? Like he just doesn't give a rat's behind about what's going on around him. The only picture at all that he has a little life is the last one. Its kinda sad to see a horse that looks like that.
         
        05-10-2013, 08:42 PM
      #7079
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    I don't see anything 'sad' with those pictures...? Looks like he was mid nap when they were taken, that's how Jackson looks unless I call his name or he wants some attention, content to stand around half asleep all day long
    His neck is thick, but he's handsome! A bit on the pudgy side... but hey.
         
        05-10-2013, 08:50 PM
      #7080
    Foal
    Horse Tails for sale!!!!! - City of Toronto Hobbies & Crafts for Sale - Kijiji City of Toronto Canada.

    I was casually looking at horses for sale on kijiji and found this?!?! Dried & de-boned horse tails...?!?!

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    We offer two types of horse tails:

    1) Dried horse tails. These are de-boned, scraped, washed, and dried. The first 6" or so at the base of the tail where it attached to the body is quite hard and stiff.
    2) Tanned horse tails. These are scraped, de-boned, washed, and tanned. On the tanned horse tails, this part is a little softer and more flexible than on the dried horse tails. This part of the tail is about 3-4" wide.

    The tails are 30" to 40" long. They come in different colors, predominantly black with a little brown. There are a few blonde ones, as well as some salt & pepper colored. The multi-colored tails are usually a combination of brown, red, and blond.

    Native Americans use them as hair on their False Face Masks. They are also used on carousel horses and Halloween costumes.

    Genus and species: Equus caballus. Ranch.

    Horses are not an endangered species. No horses are killed just for the tails.


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