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        05-14-2013, 12:47 PM
      #7131
    Yearling
    So why is he $8000? He isn't even finished.
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    Registered AQHA Gelding - $8000 (Van Alsytne)


    "Rags" (Ragtime Style) is a 4 year old American Quarter Horse gelding. Words cannot do justice to this horse's personality and intelligence. I personally broke him and have trained him from day one. He stands about 16.1 hands tall. He goes back to Kid Clu on top and bottom, so he has the looks of a halter horse, but the gaits of a pleasure horse. He is built right in the mind and body. He will excel in any discipline. Currently he is walk/trot/cantering with ease and picking up correct leads and has great transisitions with less than 6 months under saddle. He has amazing ground manners and LOVES attention. I have taken him to two American Trail Horse Association competitions and he exceled at both. He has no spook, buck, rear, bite, or kick. I am currently transitioning him to a short shank snaffle from a D ring snaffle. He is learning to neck rein. He stands to clip, for the farrier, for the vet, and loads. He is truely an amazing horse. He has great movement and tracking. You will not find another horse like him. The ONLY reason I am considering sale of him is because of my current work schedule. I love this horse to death and the perfect home is a MUST.
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    Editing to show what you can get for almost 3000 less. A finished horse that will win you money.
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    8 yr old finished head/heel horse - $5500 (Alvord, TX)


    "Vern" is a 8 year old finished head and heel horse that stands around 15.3 and is built like a tank. Although he is a big horse he can move like a little horse he has a fantastic handle and can really move. Vern has a lot of run and can put you in the money heading and heeling. He is 100% sound and is suitable for any level or rider/roper he can be as fast as you want or as slow and easy as you want.
         
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        05-14-2013, 12:52 PM
      #7132
    Yearling
    Well...I was disappointed
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    DOES UR HORSE NEED THIS... - $125 (PLEASANT GROVE) I HAD THIS AT MY RANCH AND I SOLD ALL MY HORSE'S THIS IS ALL I HAVE LEFT ( NO LEAKS )

    ASKING 125

    THANKS AND HAVE A GREAT DAY...
         
        05-14-2013, 12:54 PM
      #7133
    Yearling
    I would love to have him but I really hope those pics were taken early on in his training
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    Arbain Gelding, Dressage, Jumping, Endurance - $3000 (North of Bonham)


    WH Rhashad is a Reg Purebred Arabian gelding, 7 years old and stands between 14.3 and & 15hh, he is doing training level dressage and is started over fences, currently being used for lessons once a week with hone school girls.
    He has also completed 2 25 mile and 1 50 mile AERC Endurance rides.
    LOVELY horse with great movement, looking for his special partner.
    Full Brother is competing in Class A shows in the Sport Horse Divisions and doing Fantastic.

    Video link
         
        05-14-2013, 01:34 PM
      #7134
    Yearling
    Not for sale...but.....THIS
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    Why there aren't more guys in horses. And what I'm not doing about it. (Dallas, TX)



    Have you ever wondered why there aren't more guys involved with horses? I mean, really. There's, like danger, involved. So here are the top five reasons why guys should be involved with horses (even though they're not):

    1. Girls. Do you have any idea how many girls ride horses? Lots. Dozens. Hundreds. So not only is the girl-guy ratio like a zillion to one, girls absolutely fawn over any guy who can even remotely understand what a snaffle is. So guys, come on: get a horse, find a girl.

    2. Danger. Horses are liable to step, stomp, bite, bolt, rear, buck, flip out, take off, explode, injure, maim, and kill you. What's not to love?

    3. Adventure. Okay, so, Aragorn on his warhorse? The man from Snowy River? Alexander the Great and Bucephalus? Movies totally prove that if a guy rides a horse, something epic is going to happen. Guys like epic.

    4. Western hats. It's absolutely uncontested that the hotness factor of a guy goes up at least 200% if he's wearing a cowboy hat. It's kind of like riding a motorcycle, except cheaper.

    5. Trucks. The trucks involved in pulling those four-horse living quarters trailers are like steroids on wheels. Even if a guy doesn't like showing his horse, at least the drive to the show grounds will be enough to give him a high for the rest of the day.

    So why aren't more guys involved in horses? Absolutely no idea. And given that the aforementioned things seem pretty obvious, it seems unlikely more guys are going to be involved anytime soon. So basically, I've created a horsemanship community, store, and training method that is based around artistic, inspirational horsemanship beyond your wildest imagination: http://www.cambriaequine.com. Might not appeal to the guys.

    But then, there aren't any guys in horses, anyway.
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        05-14-2013, 01:35 PM
      #7135
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    [QUOTE=hisangelonly;2510506]So why is he $8000? He isn't even finished.
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    Registered AQHA Gelding - $8000 (Van Alsytne)


    "Rags" (Ragtime Style) is a 4 year old American Quarter Horse gelding. Words cannot do justice to this horse's personality and intelligence. I personally broke him and have trained him from day one. He stands about 16.1 hands tall. He goes back to Kid Clu on top and bottom, so he has the looks of a halter horse, but the gaits of a pleasure horse. He is built right in the mind and body. He will excel in any discipline. Currently he is walk/trot/cantering with ease and picking up correct leads and has great transisitions with less than 6 months under saddle. He has amazing ground manners and LOVES attention. I have taken him to two American Trail Horse Association competitions and he exceled at both. He has no spook, buck, rear, bite, or kick. I am currently transitioning him to a short shank snaffle from a D ring snaffle. He is learning to neck rein. He stands to clip, for the farrier, for the vet, and loads. He is truely an amazing horse. He has great movement and tracking. You will not find another horse like him. The ONLY reason I am considering sale of him is because of my current work schedule. I love this horse to death and the perfect home is a MUST.

    No snaffle has a shank. A broken mouth piece, does not necessarily make a bit a snaffle.

    Lizzie
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        05-14-2013, 02:50 PM
      #7136
    Showing
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
    Not for sale...but.....THIS
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    Why there aren't more guys in horses. And what I'm not doing about it. (Dallas, TX)



    Have you ever wondered why there aren't more guys involved with horses? I mean, really. There's, like danger, involved. So here are the top five reasons why guys should be involved with horses (even though they're not):

    1. Girls. Do you have any idea how many girls ride horses? Lots. Dozens. Hundreds. So not only is the girl-guy ratio like a zillion to one, girls absolutely fawn over any guy who can even remotely understand what a snaffle is. So guys, come on: get a horse, find a girl.

    2. Danger. Horses are liable to step, stomp, bite, bolt, rear, buck, flip out, take off, explode, injure, maim, and kill you. What's not to love?

    3. Adventure. Okay, so, Aragorn on his warhorse? The man from Snowy River? Alexander the Great and Bucephalus? Movies totally prove that if a guy rides a horse, something epic is going to happen. Guys like epic.

    4. Western hats. It's absolutely uncontested that the hotness factor of a guy goes up at least 200% if he's wearing a cowboy hat. It's kind of like riding a motorcycle, except cheaper.

    5. Trucks. The trucks involved in pulling those four-horse living quarters trailers are like steroids on wheels. Even if a guy doesn't like showing his horse, at least the drive to the show grounds will be enough to give him a high for the rest of the day.

    So why aren't more guys involved in horses? Absolutely no idea. And given that the aforementioned things seem pretty obvious, it seems unlikely more guys are going to be involved anytime soon. So basically, I've created a horsemanship community, store, and training method that is based around artistic, inspirational horsemanship beyond your wildest imagination: http://www.cambriaequine.com. Might not appeal to the guys.

    But then, there aren't any guys in horses, anyway.
    This is great!! I'm going to have to show it to my BF, he'll get a kick out of it.
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        05-14-2013, 04:53 PM
      #7137
    Yearling
    Well gee someones mad about not selling haha
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    I have had this on craigslist for some time now and people either don't understand what having this around the house can do for them, or are simply to pig-headed and cheap to care so,

    "FOR THIS WEEKEND ONLY" before the Memorial Day weekend hits, I am going to drop the cost to a point where I actually loose money on the deal.

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        05-14-2013, 05:10 PM
      #7138
    Yearling
    Well he's pure "Aztec" lol they mean Azteca which is half quarter horse half andalusian. But my gosh his feet
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    Aztec horse for breeding - $250 (North Houston)


    Blackie is his name, he is not for sale, breeding only. He is pure Aztec.
         
        05-14-2013, 05:21 PM
      #7139
    Started
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
    well he's pure "Aztec" lol they mean Azteca which is half quarter horse half andalusian. But my gosh his feet
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    Aztec horse for breeding - $250 (North Houston)


    Blackie is his name, he is not for sale, breeding only. He is pure Aztec.
    Doubt he has any papers, probably a grade that they claim is Aztec. Quarter horses don't carry a tobiano gene and I am pretty sure andulusians don't carry it as well. I know of a horse for sale (might be sold by now) that was advertised as a national show horse. The mare was a surprise out of a rescue that they think might be Arabian and they knew absolutely nothing of the sire. Yet they advertise their horse as a national show horse which is a cross between an arabian and a saddlebred *facepalm* some people should list their horse for what it is, a grade of unknown lineage
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        05-14-2013, 05:30 PM
      #7140
    Yearling
    Eeeeeeek
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    9 yr old Spanish Paint Stallion


    I have an 9yr old Spanish paint. One blue eye one brown. He's rideable. Clean Coggins. I'm not asking much $500 obo. He's a good horse, I just don't have enough space for himto run around. He's friendly, lets my kids touch him and ride him. Email for more info.
         

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