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        05-11-2013, 05:19 PM
      #7091
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    Featheredfeet, I hope your friend finds the person who did that to her horse! I saw stories about cut tails on here but it never happened to us or anyone I know in Ontario.

    When I randomly found that posting on kijiji, my jaw just dropped. I had to share!! I can't help but wonder where the tails come from. Because they say it is "de-boned", could it come from the slaughterhouse? Maybe someone they know works there..? I can't see anyone cutting a tail with the bone on a horse that's alive... What's leading me to think that is that last comment: "Horses are not an endangered species. No horses are killed just for the tails."

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    Most likely comes from the rendering plant - they are more common than slaughter houses.
         
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        05-11-2013, 05:42 PM
      #7092
    Weanling
    About the dried tail thing, I actually deal in taxidermy and have many taxidermey animal tails ranging from coyotes to foxes and yes, horses. Most of the dried horse tails come from rendering plants or slaughterhouses and tanned ones come from leather companies or private people who use the leather from horses for crafting. Most of the tanned hides do come from slaughterhouses or from Mexico or Canada and sometimes from America if someone had a horse put down.
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        05-11-2013, 07:26 PM
      #7093
    Yearling
    This one isn't too terrible, but the way it is worded in the one spot made made me laugh. I do find it a little strange to trade a horse for a saddle, but maybe that's just me.The yearling is pretty cute though.

    For trade of a quality saddle no reasonable price refused

    This gorgeous bay roan/grey yearling quarter horse/arabian filly is from quality breeding, show horses. Her sire was a champion Arabian stallion named Trifon. He is still a used for breeding and is in a reading program with students. The Dam is a big stout, well bred 4H show mare who is now used for a bomb proof riding mare. She was a quality brood mare as well.
    Leiya the filly has been handled extensively since birth, excellent with the farrier, going to be a big strong willing mare. As stunning as they come. Beautiful mover. She can be registered part arab.
    I have too many horses, and unfortunately need the space so I need to move her
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    I actually looked this stud up, and sure enough, he is part of the Arabian Horse Literacy Program where children read to horses. The way it is worded though, I pictured this.
    Horse_Reader.jpg
         
        05-11-2013, 08:33 PM
      #7094
    Foal
    About the tails:

    I recently read that there are fake horse tails/extensions you have have for your horse. I wondered what they were made of. I know wigs for humans are better if they are made from human hair, so why not horse extensions from real horses? Of course, I would say that the hair would have to be collected the same as human hair is. I do agree with Louie though. Perhaps they come from mostly taxidermy-related outlets.
         
        05-11-2013, 08:40 PM
      #7095
    Started
    I heard from my friend in Canada. Her Gypsy Horse's tail was cut off just below the bone, so someone obviously wanted or had a market for that huge tail. They never caught the culprit.

    Lizzie
         
        05-11-2013, 10:53 PM
      #7096
    Yearling
    What?! This ad hurts to read lol
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    12yr old bay Gilding Broke to ride sell/trade - $600 (Wolf City,tx)


    I am sell/trading 600 obo my 12yr old bay gilding he is a really good horse he is rode ever day my wife ride him and she is not a woman that like to ride horses.u can cach him any were he will walk rite up to you in the field he is a ropeing horse just roped off him last weekend he did fine and he no's the barrels to just have not did it a lot it as bean 3mon Sean he barrels raced I am wanna a reg horse in a trade but any tipe of horse will do I wood like them to b broke to ride just let me no what you have the words thank I can say is no lol just let me no what I have to trade NO SAM'S pleas you can email or txt or call me with any ? I do have Cogans on him up to date on that and is worming
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        05-11-2013, 11:09 PM
      #7097
    Yearling
    Why?
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    Buckskin stud fee - $450 (burleson)


    Beautiful Buckskin stallion ready to throw you a palamino or buckskin. Registered as ROYAL TOPE. Cutting horse on top and running horse on bottom. Excelent foundation horse. Throws palamino or buckskin. VERY well tempered.
         
        05-11-2013, 11:15 PM
      #7098
    Yearling
    I don't know about everyone else, but to me his pasterns just aren't right
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    4 YEAR OLD REG. AQHA GREY GELDING FOR SALE


    DASHING COMMANDER
    This is a nice leggy 4 year old grey colt with lots of potential. He has had approx. 70 days riding last fall and this spring and is doing real nice. He stands right at 15.2 hands and weights approx. 1050. Has a nice gentle kind disposition and would really go to the English pleasure, hunter jumper discipline very nicely. He is easy to be around get on and shoe, saddles nicely and does water and bridges without any issues been around cattle and has had stuff drug off of him.
    His sire was MITO CIERRA, a 2011 Michigan AQHA hall of fame inductee, and 2011 lifetime achievement earner with the Buckskin Horse Association of Michigan.
    His Dam is a money earning race Register of Merit earning DASH FOR CASH granddaughter with a 96 speed index. This mare had thrown many nice colts.
    Asking $4500.00 or reasonable offer. Understand it cost 2k just to breed to Mito Cierra
         
        05-11-2013, 11:20 PM
      #7099
    Yearling
    How can you have a picture of him at 5 months old if he's only 4 1/2 months old??
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    Fantastic Draft Colt - $2500 (Burleson)


    Here is someone's chance to own a bit of American history! LLF Double Down, picteured here at 5 weeks, 3 months and 5 months old, is being offered for sale. He's currently 4 1/2 months old. Serious inquiries only. He is priced to sell at only $2500. He's expected to mature to 16+ hh. His dam is 17.2 and his sire 16. Doubler is going to make an awesome riding horse; we also expect he'll turn some heads in the show ring. He's a very outgoing and intelligent colt, with a bit of a comedic side. He's very laid back, stands good for the farrier, loves to be with people and is always curious about what's going on around him. Doubler is being registered with the: Sugarbush Draft Horse Registry.
         
        05-11-2013, 11:25 PM
      #7100
    Yearling
    I don't think a stud is going to make a good pasture friend for his mare
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    Wanted: old cheap horse - $200 (Cleburne tx) I am looking for a horse I can put with my mare so she can have a friend. It can be old, middle age, lame, skinny. It doesn't matter what shape it is in. I don't judge but I do feed my horse very well. It will be fed twice a day, have hay all the time and have clean water. I don't want to pay a lot bc I just want it for a pasture friend for my mare. It can be a mare, gelding or stud.
         

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