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post #1 of 52 Old 04-12-2011, 09:50 PM Thread Starter
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HELP!!!!! Looking for brindle horse for sale.

I know that they will be expensive. But i'm looking for some that are for sale.

I'm looking for a brindle (Any gender, I'd like for them to be bigger them 14.0 hands. No less unless it's a foal. But no pony's or Shetlands.)


So please help me. I know there rare to come by but if anyone can help look for one for sale i'd appreciated it.

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post #2 of 52 Old 04-12-2011, 10:13 PM
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Do you have a breed preference? Do you have a price range? Any idea what you'd like to do with this horse? Where are you located? May I ask why it *needs* to be a brindle?
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post #3 of 52 Old 04-12-2011, 10:35 PM
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Why do you want to buy a horse for its color alone?
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I wouldn't buy a horse based just on color. You should find a discipline you like and find the horse that would best suit you for what you want. The color is just the icing on the cake.

Anyway I found this for you
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post #5 of 52 Old 04-12-2011, 10:40 PM
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Pepperduck - most of the "brindles" that place sells are not brindles.
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post #6 of 52 Old 04-13-2011, 08:05 AM Thread Starter
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No I have no specific breed, Price range umm, Me and my step dad will have to talk that over. (but i'm more interested in FINDING one for sale, I haven't yet) Just depending on the horse what disciplines. Western Pleasure/Halter would be my guess, If they can barrel racer, pole bend, calf rope anything to do with rodeo is fine. I'm not a English type person but I do plan on trying it out. Also a nice trail horse doesn't kill anyone. Since none of our horses are trail horses.

If you can't fine one that's fine with me. Like I said there rare and hard to fine.

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post #7 of 52 Old 04-13-2011, 08:15 AM
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OP-you must be joking. Don't really seem to care what it does, or ANYTHING but color and maybe size. You have no idea what price, have given us no clue where you are, (even a continent might be nice). I would suggest you perhaps learn more about horses, decide what YOU want to do, then look for an animal. They are not something just to look at you know. I am not even convinced you know what a "brindle" is?
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post #8 of 52 Old 04-13-2011, 08:33 AM Thread Starter
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I think I gave a pretty good description in my last post. There rare to come by so really i'm wanting to see the horse before I say ya I want it to barrel race... Go fine my a brindle that can or is a prospect for barrel racing. No I don't care what any horse does. Yes it will have a job when I get it. Even if it a kid safe, so all it does is trail ride.

Umm the United States. I live in AR. So just the states around, TX,OK,AR,LA, May go far for it.

Learn more about horses. I have three right know. So I've got my education about horses. I don't know EVERYTHING no one will ever, but I know plenty to have three nice healthy horses.

Yes I know what a brindle is.

Also i'm really doubting that anyone can find a brindle for sale. I've looked and nothing so really theres no use of looking unless you know a place I haven't looked.

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post #9 of 52 Old 04-13-2011, 08:42 AM
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Folks, if a person wants a horse based on color, there is no reason to get snarky about it. It is obviously not your way of looking but there is nothing wrong with wanting a preference.

I'm not arguing with you, I'm just explaining why I'm right.

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OP did you look at the link that pepperduck posted? I said most, not all, of them are not brindle, but there is a brindle gelding for sale there for the price of $6500.


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“TRI A BRINDLE” AQHA 2006 red dun Brindle gelding

This guy is really easy to be around. He has about 60-70 days of riding on him, you can let him set for a month or more and pull him out and go ! No lunging needed, no pre-work, just get on and go. Even though he has had 30 days arena riding and approx 30+ outside he is not finished horse but such a good mind you can do about anything with him. Very nice gaits, fairly slow and collected mover. Needs miles to tune him up all around the hard part is done, make him what you want. He loves people and loves to try and do the best he can for. He has nice straight legs, come and meet him and his disposition will speak for its self. He’s bred and made to be a working horse, he’s very agile and willing to get down and work.
This colt goes back to some of the best horses known. He crosses back to TWO EYED JACK several tmes which is an AQHA earner of 65.5 Performance pts, 217 Halter pts. ROM Halter, Superiro Halter, AQHA Champion, AQHA Hall of Fame 2007ll time leading sire of AQHA Champions, having sired 119 Champions He also sired sixteen AQHA World Show Champions, as well as 242 Performance Register of Merit earners. He also sired three AQHA Supreme Champions. His daughter Vickie Lee Pine was the 1978 AQHA World Show Super horse and his son, Mr Baron Red was the 1983 AQHA Super horse Among his other offspring were Two Eyed Patti, Two Eyed Donna, Watch Joe Jack, Two Eyed Del, Deacon Jack, Two ID Bartender, Jack Eyed, and Two Jack. He also has BARON BELL with 163 Halter points and 31 performance pts, Starlita Cree with 109 Halter and 14 Performance pts, Ready Now with 31 Halter pts, Alpine Cat with 387 Performance Pts & 17 Halter, Poco Bueno with 8 Perf & 37 Halter all just off his papers.
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