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    09-28-2010, 07:39 PM
  #71
Showing
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Originally Posted by JackofDiamonds    
Haha some funny ones I've come across!!

"STANDARD BREAD 6YEAR OLD - $700
This is a six year old standard bread he is a stud but well mannard he's about 16hand's he has not been fooled with a hole lot he will go wherever you want him to he is a good horse though he doesn't want to stay in gait he like's to trot if somone had the time to mess with him he will be a fast hourse $700o.b.o text XXX XXX XXXX or call XXX XXX XXXX I can text or email pic's

Hmm what a shame, I was actually looking for wholegrain.... Now tell me why would a standard bred like to trot? Hehe

I have a 4 year old buckskin. Fully broke. Chestnut colored. 0000000000. Ask for jeannie. Asking $800. Don't have tack or the time to ride her. She loads an unloads fine. You can swim her also. She does pretty much everything.


Hmm buckskin but she's chestnut coloured!! Yeah....Yes, that's right. If she loads, unloads, and swims she does "just about everything." Nevermind actual riding.
I think I just peed!...where can I get this standard bread? Yumm...I can smell it already.
     
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    09-29-2010, 01:33 AM
  #72
Banned
Heres one from my local craigslist. Can you find one thing *RIGHT* with this horse?!

I am selling my 19 years old brown AQHA registered 16 h.h. Gelding. I feel he deserves a home that can give him more attention than I do. I have owned him since he was 10 years old. All I had done with him was trail riding & barrel racing. He is a well-trained horse. He currently has navicular disease & a heart murmur. Because of that, he only can be ridden lightly. He also would make a good pasture buddy for your lonely horse. He is easy going with both genders.

He is up to date on shots, wormed & farrier. Because of his navicular disease, he is wearing specially made padded shoes on his front hooves. I had his teeth floated last fall. Since he is free pasture so I only do the floating every 2 or 3 years. They (the people that floated his teeth) all said the teeth were still in good shape with some, not much, work needing to be done. He is a cribber so he needs to wear the collar continually. He doesn't load well for me. He dislikes my trailer. But he loaded fine for his previous owner & a friend that borrowed him for a summer. So if he likes your trailer then he will loads fine for you. He will comes to you after you called for him, provided you bring treat or grain. He dislikes dogs but as long as they don't bother him, he won't bother them. He is free to a good home that already have a horse but no pasture buddy for their horse. Because I am deaf so email is preferred in order to communicate with me. I will email some pictures of Runner if you want to see it.

While I feel sorry for this horse...here is what I got
Navicular
Heart Murmur
Cribbing
Doesn't like to be caught
Wont load
Hates Dogs
May have dental problems


Sounds like a reallllll gem!
     
    09-29-2010, 01:41 AM
  #73
Green Broke
Wow! Lovely.
     
    09-29-2010, 02:01 AM
  #74
Green Broke
I honestly don't know much at all about Arab bloodlines, so maybe I am being overly pessimistic here. But $5000 for a done-nothing stallion that is half sounds like you picked up outta the kill pens for $50 bucks? Really?

Like I said, I know nothing about arab bloodlines, maybe his are great and worth the price. His picture on CL made me shudder, he looks like the rest of his body would be a seahorse. It doesn't look AS bad on the video, but doesn't look spectacular either.


Arabian Stallion for Sale





I've had Abu for a year. When he came to me he was very skinny and had had very little work done with him. He is now fat and happy. I have done a lot of ground work with him, as well as trailered him and had his feet trimmed. He has BEAUTIFUL movement. He seems to float on air. I can't say enough about his temperament. He is very laid back for his breed and LOVES people. He has no bad stallion habits, no biting, striking, or kicking. We let the kids be around him and do not worry about them. He is a farm favorite and it will be sad for all of us to see him go. He has learned to pay attention to the handler even when mares are around. We line drove him a couple times late last fall and had a full harness on him, so he is ready to go in any way you want him. We can get a semen evaluation done at your request. He has sired foals. He has an awesome pedigree (he has quite a few greats behind him) but here is the link (it has pictures of quite a few of the horses behind him). Bey Khidd Arabian
If there is any other questions I can answer please let me know.
E-mail is prefered and I promise a quick response. $5000 obo. Any and all offers considered. A good home is a must. Here is a short slide show of pics
     
    09-29-2010, 02:34 AM
  #75
Started
His bloodlines actually aren't that bad, he's got 3 great horses in his lines that I personally know are good, but I'm also not that knowledgeable on Arab bloodlines, so aside from the obvious, I have no idea how great he really would be as a stud at least. He's cute enough, but there's something about his confo that is having me saying somethings wrong.
     
    09-29-2010, 02:37 AM
  #76
Started
So the headline on this one is "want to breed my mare to your stud"
Im looking to breed my araibain mare to your araibian stud that will make some beutiful foal if you have a stud let me know thanks.....
All I can say is wow..
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    09-29-2010, 02:46 AM
  #77
Weanling
Been ROFL at these posts people these days. Found a few nice ones.

14 year old, red roan mare. 14.5 hand tall, stocky build. Has been ridden, but not in past 2 years. Has been to blowing rock, leatherwood, and mt rogers. Needs a rider who will exercise her often, experienced rider. Not a childrens horse. E-mail for more info

that's nice, now how big is 14.5 of your hands? So you brought a very green, not easy to ride horse to "leatherwood and blowing rock"? Sounds like ya'll had a great time. ;)

14 year old sorrel brood mare/trail horse (not registered), needs experienced rider, 14 1/2 hands, gentle to handle but hasn't been ridden lately

14 1/2 hands. Is that the same thing as 14.5 hands? No wonder this horse needs an "experienced rider", the one she has doesn't even have a **** clue how big he / she is. Thanks for mentioning the gender and the breed too. Cause all I needed to know was that it wasn't registered and sucks to ride. Definitely interested.

We are looking to for a Head Horse. Already trained and pretty much an automatic head horse. We will want to try this horse out~ we WILL NOT purchase without roping on the horse first. Thanks!

Really? Here have my automatic head horse / automatic horse head and take him to a rodeo. Rope and ride baby.


3 yr old quarter horse palamino mare. Green broke, 13 hands. Very gentle, good with children.

Three year old, green broke and good with children? I saw pictures and it is unmistakeably an arabian and she's only 13hh at 3? Yet she's taller then the fence line.. I beg to differ. Even uploaded a picture (1st picture)
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    09-29-2010, 03:03 AM
  #78
Showing
You guys were killing me earlier, so all I could think about was going on to check out some adds. You guys have made my day...

"This horse is good on the trails. Current owner rides him in a western saddle and hackamore. He goes well in an english saddle and snaffle bit. He does require a boss. He is not thoroughbredish. He is more like a quarterhorse then a thoroughbred. He neck reins or two handed rides. Would make a suitable husband type horse. For more information call..."

hahhahahaha! I don't even know what to say about that add.




Lease opportunity. Why the heck would you ever write an add like this?
"I have a TB gelding who is 11 and 16.3 hands rides english, super bomb proof, can ride in halter and lead rope, or even just a rope although he doesnt neck rein very well. I am 22 years old right now and I just bought him a year ago, I have college and work and don't really have the time to WORK him like I need to, Or take him out as much as he deserves. This lease would be for up to 3 days a week for $160.

You are welcome to ride him however you like. He jumps a little (used to course 3') but he's honestly more of a trail/ pleasure horse, plus he's gotten a little fat and lazy haha. I'm at a private boarding facility that doesnt really have any people who show or crazy snobby people, it is super quiet, and has access to poway trail system.

He is a GOOD boy, can be a little testy but if you're are a legit intermediate rider he's a piece of cake. If you'd like to come on up and test ride him i'd be cool with that... dont worry I'm not one of those people who like to judge/critique you on how you ride. As long as you can keep a horse between you and the ground.

My ideal person for him would be someone a little like me who rides a little english, a little western, and a whole lot of bareback- whose idea of a good ride is cantering on trail or jumping fun 2' jumps in the arena. Someone light hearted and down-to-earth who doesnt want to show but wants a horse with that potential. Preferably over 18 years old. I would like an intermediate rider or an advanced beginner just because he can get a little hot when you let him run a little too fast. Price is negotiable for the RIGHT rider!!!

So if this sounds like you and you want a drama free lease and a charming horse with an extremely, dorky personality to ride then this is your chance!"
So is she posting a professional add? Or is this a note to a classmate? And I thought he was a good beginner horse, so is she suddenly saying that he can get a "little"hot, after she's already said he is lazy?....I'm confused.
     
    09-29-2010, 09:38 AM
  #79
Green Broke
Another winner:

Riding pony, $225


yes I have a riding pony that's around 4 to 5 years old. He is broke to ride..I bought it for my daughter and she doesnt like it she is to scared of it..i live in lagrange but it is at my freinds house they are amish and they use it alot to go to town and back..i am asking 225$ for it.. it was a male but we had the balls cut off so its calmer any?ask 000-000-0000 thanks trav




Real classy, folks.
     
    09-29-2010, 09:39 AM
  #80
Weanling
This craigslist just struck me as amusing (part of an ad for 2 horses):

The younger one is TB (black) and is believed to be pregnant. For obvious reason it hasn't been worked recently. She has a tattoo on her upper lip that you can submit to free TB research service to obtain detailed information. Sorry, you have to come and get the tattoo yourself. It's easy, as the horse comes to me when she sees me with a bucket. She follows easily in a halter when I take her to the ring or for farrier. She stands for farrier with no problems. We had farrier come and do them regularly, but would much prefer not to do the next time ($$).
     

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