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        05-16-2013, 02:20 AM
      #7171
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by SketchyHorse    
    Yes. Let's leave him a stallion when he's got no papers I'm assuming as they don't even know his age... awesome.

    Quarter Horse-Stallion

    LOL
    Looking for free/cheap horse Sheeps or other love stock animals

    Anyone else heard of love stock animals? Are they extra loveable?

    Wow.
    The "love stock animals", are an elite group of pasture and farm animals (can be horses, cows, sheep, ewe name it, that posseses the capitol duble O gene. That is the "organic, organize it" gene sequence causing a hooved animal to have the uncanny ability to stock and restock inventory without opposable thumbs.

    If properly bred this rare and exotic american farm animal can completely restock a grocery store in less than five minutes. Think of what they could do in your barn!!!


    The great thing about this very rare breed is that they just love to stock as well, and this very tenacious farm animal will also rotate stock. If of course they have the turn can gene in either or both the sire or ****.

    Funny ewe didn't know that.
         
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        05-16-2013, 09:25 AM
      #7172
    Yearling
    Please tell me those things on his front feet are normal
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    Walking Horse *VIDEO* - $2000 (Central Texas)
    TWHBEA Big engine gelding. 5x reserve champion. Also enjoys going on trail rides. Registered Name is Command Me. Pedigree: http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/command+me. This horse can go all day long. You will get tired before he does. Will go through water and is not scared of anything. Ready to win ribbons or be the show stopper of trail rides.Breed: Tennessee Walking
    Gender: Gelding
    Birth Date: Jan 1, 1996
         
        05-16-2013, 09:33 AM
      #7173
    Yearling
    I can't tell if those are draw reins or what, but theyre very tight
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    WELL TRAINED ARABIAN ! GORGEOUS! - $2900 (Terrell)
    SEE VIDEO TO SEE HIM RIDE!!LOOK at this beautiful STEEL DAPPLE Grey Arabian ! He is sired by Shakir El Marwan and has some amazing bloodlines. He's huge and in training now!He is under saddle and rides quietly. Beautiful dark grey mane makes and his exotic head make him a show stopper!Hes very quiet and gentle and is already 15 hands tall! This is a stunning arabian that has been raised like the prince he is. This beautiful boy is a great moving strong horse that will do anything that you need him to do! What a great buy.. he's worth thousands!Price to increase with training..Breed: Arabian
    Gender: Gelding
    Birth Date: Mar 3, 2010

    Heres the video http://www.equinenow.com/horse-ad-659180 wouldn't call him "well trained"
         
        05-16-2013, 09:44 AM
      #7174
    Yearling
    I want to go pick him up soooooooooooo bad!!! But I don't have $1300!
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    Bay thoroughbred 17 hands tall - $1 (Richland Hills)


    I'm selling Mikey because we don't have time for him he is registered with the jockey club retired race horse and as gentle as ever kids ride him great getting on the trailer. He is a big boy 17 hands he is such a teddy bear he just turned 6 yrs old on January asking price 1300 obo
         
        05-16-2013, 10:50 AM
      #7175
    Weanling
    The picture on this one, wth! I can't figure out what they are doing and why they would even use that as a picture to try and sell your horse.
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    Horses!

    Horses! (St. Cloud)

    I have ( 2 ) Sweet wonderful, Horse's who need to find homes. They are up to date on all shots, Including Coggins! They had thier hooves done on 5/10/2013.

    Re-homing fee applys for both! Must bring a trailer, and please you must have your own land. Please don't waist my time, theirs or yours!

    Youngest is almost two years old, Dark chestnut Morgan / Arabian mix and is very sweet. Knows "Back up, Woah and a few others" He's a quick learner and will be at least 16hh once full grown. (Right now he's 14hh.) Stands for the vet, Is learning to stand with the Farrier. Loads pretty well into a trailer, He isn't broke as well, But will be easy to train! Not gelded though.

    Oldest just turned 13 years old, Light chestnut Sorrel painted. Very sweet, Laid back and is to saddle up. Great for kids, or anyone to ride! Great pasture horse, or just somebody to learn to ride. He does have a Hoove injury but it doesn't cause him any harm, and it's healed up already. Loads into a trailer, Stands for a farrier! And a vet.

    Call only from 12pm and six pm, Text anytime!





         
        05-16-2013, 11:12 AM
      #7176
    Weanling
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    I can't decide if this horse was born with the spots or if it's scaring.
    If that wasn't a Denver ad, I would swear I've met that horse. My neighbors purchased her (without a PPE) and when the vet pointed out the bowed tendon and explained Kitty would probably not be sound for their intended use (show/play day/trail horse)...they sent her back to the seller.

    Luckily, the seller took her back, but I had warned them to get a PPE before any money changed hands. (They are very new to horses and prefer "pretty" to a good safe horse for their 11 year old green rider).
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        05-16-2013, 01:20 PM
      #7177
    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by cowgirllinda1952    
    Those parade horses just make me sick!! Too bad that someone from animal control or some other anti cruelty organization was not there. Maybe next year, someone can put a "bug in their ear", that they need to be there. Was this by any chance the Houston Rodeo Parade? I know there are horse rescues and such in the Houston area. I would love to be there, and see those horses taken in and adopted out to loving, caring homes!
    I ran into this issue when I got the Humane Society involved at my local stables. The term 'abuse' is not set per individual animal. It is limited to the basics; hitting, kicking, and other forms of non controversal abuse.

    The standards of what is concidered abuse is the same with horses as it is with cats and dogs. There is a major flaw there though. Dogs and cats aren't ridden, so there are no stipulations on what is concidered abuse in riding or training methods to teach a horse to ride.

    An example is Rollkur. It has been proven that it hurts the horse in more ways than one, and to horse people the term rollkur is the same as abuse. To animal care proffessionals, it is just a controversal training method, like crate training a dog. Many people are against crate training, but it is not concidered abuse (it is also quite a bit different, but do you see where I am going?)

    Riding a yearling isn't seen as an issue, along with poorly fitting saddles, cranking a horse's head too low or too high, using a harsh bit improperly, or anything like that.

    I think the laws should change, but it is how it is. We also have ignorant animal control to blame. They are trained to deal with issues of dogs and cats, who show sighs of abuse more clearly. They see a horse looking scared while ridden, we know it is because of the harsh bit and hands, but he will assume the horse has bad training, and by riding him, the issue is getting fixed.

    Belive me, I know from experience in trying to help with my local stables. These issues can't be fixed as a whole until the law changes. Nearly every single horse at my local stable went through abuse, obvious, or what we concider abuse (it was a self care stable, so no one was really watching out for the horses, and the owner knew very little except horses are expensive and bring in money).

    By the time I stopped with my efforts, the only thing I was able to help with was the horses involved cases of neglect. That is because the law only requires animals to have food, water, and shelter.

    The horses down there are still never seeing a.farrier (in the wild they don't need hoof care), being ridden as yearlings (the younger they learn, the easier they will be when they are bigger), ridden in poorly fitting saddles (its what fit his mother, saddles are expensive, so we didn't wanna buy another), and a ton of other things.

    This is why I hate humanity -.-
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        05-16-2013, 01:39 PM
      #7178
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by DraftyAiresMum    
    Calisphere, that Arab mare looks so leggy because of the angle of the pic. It was taken from a low angle looking up.

    I'm pretty sure the bay mare you posted next has bird-catcher spots. Not terribly uncommon.
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    I was thinking it was bird-catcher as well. I just thought maybe a normal person would say "bird-catcher bay" or something to acknowledge the spotting is all.


    @SketchyHorse, the injury thing had me upset as well. But I'm a fat person who feels that this horse may be too dainty to ride to begin with. I'm 80 pounds overweight so I keep thinking I can't ride any horse right now (even though I know there are heavier people out there riding horses just fine.) I still don't know if I would risk riding the bay with an injury, even if it "doesn't bother her".

    As for the warmblood, I still don't see it. Is it like paying $1600 for a Channel dress when you can find something similar for $100?

    @HorseMom, do you suppose it is the same horse then?
         
        05-16-2013, 02:30 PM
      #7179
    Weanling
    I'm not sure. It would be a very weird coincidence. They look a lot alike, the names are the same, same injury, ect. I don't remember Kitty having as many spots...but she was in a fall/winter condition when I met her.

    She was a really sweet, in your pocket horse. My neighbors just didn't want to risk the bowed tendon. (And I don't blame them).

    Colorado isn't too far of a stretch from North Texas (about 12 hours from Dallas to Colorado Springs), so anything is possible.
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        05-16-2013, 02:33 PM
      #7180
    Foal
    I would consider getting her if I had the money. She'd probably make a good companion horse for another horse and might not suffer with hand walking on trails. But then again, I'm no expert so I may just be way off. Lol
         

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