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    05-14-2013, 04:39 PM
  #7141
Yearling
He is too much for a 13 year old girl. Hmm wonder why
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Spanish mustang stud 3 yr - $350 (manvel)


3 Gray Spanish must stud,broke to ride,needs to sale asap,belongs to a 13 girl that is just to much horse for her,he was a rescue
     
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    05-14-2013, 04:42 PM
  #7142
Yearling
Yep lets keep him a stud so people can breed even more horses to starve!
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Dun horse - $650 (Houston )


I have here a Dun horse. 6 Years old 16 hands high stud. Rideable $650.00 or best offer.
     
    05-14-2013, 04:50 PM
  #7143
Trained
You know, on those last three horses, spend the extra $200 to have him gelded and they could have a nice, cute gelding that they could probably sell for more money and sell more easily.
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    05-14-2013, 06:07 PM
  #7144
Teen Forum Moderator
What on earth, besides the cow halter, are on those poor shetland's faces? O_O
     
    05-14-2013, 07:10 PM
  #7145
Yearling
Great place for your baby to stand!
PAINT STUD 325 or obo (conroe)



3 yr Paint stud.Does ride he is a really good horse.asking 325.Thank You please call for more info 936-232-7163. NEED GONE .HE IS NOT PAPER OR UNDERWEIGHT.PLEASE. CALL ONLY IF you ARE GOING TO BUY HIM

Really? She's still able to be ridden in the conditions she's in? Really? But at least they know she is underweight and needs more food in her.

TWH kids horse $1200 OBO - $1200 (Huntsville )



I have a 100% kid safe horse.... Ride bare back with a lead rope or saddle up with the works either way she will ride and a great baby sitter on the trail rides!!!! She is a walking horse and she isn't an easy keeper so you have to have the money to keep hay and feed... We just got her back from someone that wasn't able to keep her up and so we are getting her back like she is suppose to look but she is still rideable just needs more feed and hay!!! Feel free to bring the kids or I can have my 8yr old ride for you just to show you she is the kids horse to have!!! XXX-XXX-XXXX asking $1200 OBO

That's the best pic you could find?
Jazz berry beauty - $1200 (New caney)


I have 3 yr old Philly she is still green but rides around really nice. She goes back to doc O'lena this philly is breed really nice she will make good break away horse or eventually playday horse for somebody. All on her papers this is a really nice Philly. Ask 1200 for her feel free to call ken at any time XXX-XXX-XXXX thanks for reading have nice day.
     
    05-14-2013, 07:14 PM
  #7146
Weanling
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Originally Posted by Endiku    
Very likely. 90% of the 'western' horses in my area are Hispanic trained (We're not all that far from the border) and the remaining percentages are so 'NH' that they're worthless. Its very hard to find a well trained western horse here.

One of our mares came to us as a five year old, green broke and with tons of bad habits. She didn't like to turn right, and her 'trainers' solution was to bit her up to a curb, tie the horse's mouth to the saddle's D ring, and leverage it until the horse was literally bent in half. He then left the mare like that, by herself, for 3 hours and rode her hard afterwards. It was disgusting. It took me months and months to retrain her to even accept a bit in her mouth, much less look for it. She was also trained to dance and when she would get nervous about something she would begin to lift her front legs and 'dance', blow, and sweat. To this day she'll still do it if she gets worked up enough.
Holy crap, where do you live? That sounds just like my town. Exactly like it.
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    05-14-2013, 07:18 PM
  #7147
Teen Forum Moderator
Subburbs of Houston, Jalter. We do have a few nice facilities, but they're mostly up north. Everyone else is the 'rope noseband, andi or Friesian cross stallion, chain bit, dancing horse' type, unfortunately. It bothers me to no end, but its such a huge part of our area that its pretty much ignored unfortunately :/ you should see some of the pictures of our parade last year. SO many skinny, hyped up, study horses in horrifying bits :(

And then there was us, with our snaffles, miniature horses, and half-asleep therapy horses. It was quite the sight xD
     
    05-14-2013, 07:26 PM
  #7148
Yearling
Even though this is more of a blog, but I can't resist.

The Worst of CL Horse For Sale Ads: Melissa Sawiki of Albion, Michigan - YOU ARE BUSTED!

I've seen her around on FB. She lives some-what in my area...I just can't wrap my head around people like that...AT ALL.
     
    05-14-2013, 07:50 PM
  #7149
Weanling
Either way I feel bad for this Red dun horse above a few posts, probably a very nice horse except for butt high..poor thing still deserves a good home.. maybe it is a bad angle??
     
    05-14-2013, 08:29 PM
  #7150
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Endiku    
Subburbs of Houston, Jalter. We do have a few nice facilities, but they're mostly up north. Everyone else is the 'rope noseband, andi or Friesian cross stallion, chain bit, dancing horse' type, unfortunately. It bothers me to no end, but its such a huge part of our area that its pretty much ignored unfortunately :/ you should see some of the pictures of our parade last year. SO many skinny, hyped up, study horses in horrifying bits :(

And then there was us, with our snaffles, miniature horses, and half-asleep therapy horses. It was quite the sight xD
Are you talking about the rodeo trail rides? I went on one this year and I wanted to quit half way through it. There were a lot of sad things going on like you mentioned there was one guy that made his horse drag a big tire while he was riding him. I asked him why and he said that the horse stayed calm when he drags the tire at the end of the ride the poor horse was shaking, sweaty, and was breathing so heavily the guy never cooled him down just put him in the trailer tire still attached to him all tacked up it was sad and pointless. I live in the houston area also and experience the same things you do I board my horses in conroe about 30min away from me because the places near me are repulsive. I have mentioned this before but there is a boarding place that doubles as a scrap metal yard and the horses walk around in the mud with all the junk metal and cars laying around. It is sad here but not everyone is a horrible horse owner around here there are good ones.
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