I have a 14 year old mare for sale, sweet horse. Ridden western, both in an arena and on trails. Great for farrier, and vet. Must sell due to health, I can no longer ride and she is such a good horse she deserves a home that will use her. She is unregistered, but possibly was shown in the past,(remove comma) in showmanship. She's a sweet horse to ride, but by no means lazy. She is NOT up to date on Coggins or spring shots, but has not left my farm in 3 years and no other horse has come here so I am not too worried about it. She is up to date on worming and hoof care. My Farrier loves her feet, she doesn't need shoes and they are good feet. I am asking 600 for the mare alone, or 1000 for mare and all her tack; Western Saddle, headstall, blanket, halter, and lead. If interested she she can also come with her best friend a miniature jack donkey. They have been pastured together for the past two years, he is just too short to "help" her out when in heat. (if you know what I mean) Please call or text (920) nine four six 9631. Please leave a message and I will call you right back! Thank you for looking.
I just did some proofreading in bold. You did very well. As an English major, I get a little nitpicky sometimes, so sorry if I did that to you.
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Boots is a 9yr old gelding less than 13 hands tall. He is a great pony that the kids can ride anywhere he has been on trail rides along with just riding in parks. My kids have outgrown him, he will be awesome for a beginner or experienced kid. I am selling him with all the tack, saddle, bridle, breast collar. $800 OBO. I will sell pony by himself but prefer to sell whole thing. Serious Inquires only
The chestnut gelding looks to be quite nice and IN THE RIGHT HANDS could be a decent mount. He is obviously VERY unhappy in the movies. Note the flashing tail.
In the last pic they say the kids have outgrown him, yet shows an adult or large person riding.
I imagine, some/maybe all, have been trained by someone from south of the border. Their training is a lot different from that which we like to see here. Often, their horses are trained to 'dance'. Not sure 'trained' is the correct word. Mostly made to do it by fear, unfortunately. See videos on Youtube. Very cruel and harsh and absolutely nothing which even resembles, true dancing horses.