Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: in a mystical, magical place called Pennsylvania, USA
I spent just 10 minutes doing a quick search for my mom, and came up with two:
Grace is 14.2-14.3hh and will be turning 2 on may 24th she has been ridden both English and western as well as jumped small cross rails she rides well with a group or alone I have not had the chance to trail ride her yet but she has been ridden out I the fields and along the road she needs some work at the canter if you are looking to do ring work but she usually picks it up fine in the field. Grace should top out between 15-15.2hh she has a very nice build and very loud coloring she is brown black and white tobiana she is a love bug and needs a good home asking $2500
A coming two year old already ridden English/Western and JUMPED!? Why won't you let your babies grow, people! That's like asking a 6 year old to go into 5th grade! Ugh.
Then, there are the spelling mistakes, and the fact that there is exactly one period in the whole ad.
And what is tobiana? Perhaps the feminine version of tobiano?
And, IMO, she is not worth $2,500. There is nothing special about her, and she (should be) just started. Barely. Or not at all, at her age. Not to mention, if they keep jumping her, she will be lame by 10.
Lulu is the sweetest mare I have ever known. She is not mareish and loves attention. She was shown last year in showmanship, hus, and equitaton. Has points in showmanship and equitation, with a little more finishing she could take her rider to the top in both events. Due to her personaltiy she would also make a good 4h horse or intermediate rider lesson horse, or breed her for babies that will be as sweet as her. Was on a 4 hour trail ride last fall and did well, also rode her over the winter in the snow so would make excellent trail mount as well. Currently is barefoot but will have front shoes on soon. UTD on all shots and coggins as of this year. Selling due to college bills. Video on YouTube, search Dark Chocolate Diva 3/26/13.
Because, you know, a good temperament is the ONLY thing that matters when breeding...
It sounds as though you just saddled her up and took her on a 4 hour trail ride when she had not been ridden regularly. Poor horse, if that's the case.
Oh, she would make a great trail mount, because, you know, snow is just the worst footing out there. If a horse can be ridden once in snow, she must be so shpeshial! (and she's sweet too! Let's breed her! We can get non-vicious, snow-walking babies and be rich!)
Unfortunately, the video appears to have been deleted or something.
She is up for $3,000.
I shall keep an eye open...
Crickett-Born 10:30p.m. May 17th, 2013.
Eventing: Red on Right
,White on Left, Insanity in the Middle