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        05-29-2012, 05:33 PM
      #21
    Green Broke
    This is hysterical, everyone has a wonderful sense of humor. Very rarely do I actually laugh out loud, trade for kitten and eat your young, priceless!!
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        05-29-2012, 06:39 PM
      #22
    Yearling
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        05-29-2012, 07:02 PM
      #23
    Yearling
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    darn mobile phones!

    I wrote:

    Mare for full lease or sale to good home. Experienced home only. Very experienced. Needs quiet and clear handling. Will rear up and flip over oor just bolt madly with rough and insensitive riders. Very spooky. Has been noted to run and not stop. Will balk at things she finds scary (vDiff chimneys!) but can be coaxed through them. Loyal, sweet and willing in the right hands. Can write grand prix research papers.
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        05-29-2012, 07:56 PM
      #24
    Banned
    Mature ApHC Hall of Fame Appaloosa snowcap stallion with a few good years left. Easy breeder and well behaved, but live cover only. Four gaited...lay down, walk slow, walk fast, and shuffle. Does not like being tied up, but picks up feet, gets loaded real easy, and is an easy keeper. Bean-free, and still has most of his teeth. Price dependent upon buyer. Free to show home with large broodmare band.
         
        05-29-2012, 08:01 PM
      #25
    Teen Forum Moderator
    LOL, I love these you guys!

    For sale, lease, free- or whatever else might get her off of our property- Young 1995 mare. We don't really know what breed she is, but with her height theres got to be some pony in there. We're guessing Shetland because of her short, stubby legs. Stands at about 13.2hh at the shoulder. Bay roan with blue eyes, has absolutely zero show potential. Slow, thick headed, and not very agile. Would be best suited for looking pretty in someone's yard or trail riding if you don't go faster than a walk and wrap her in bubblewrap first. NOT an easy keeper- she's gotten us to where we talk with the vet on a first name basis. Isn't fond of being petted, and doesn't really like children unless theres something wrong with them. We call it a gift. Can be quite the sucker though and will work all day for you if she thinks it was her idea first. Good luck with that though. Selling for $0.50 OBO. Heck, we might even pay you to take her. Just hurry up and call us before she runs into another fence or finds another dangerous animal to play with.
         
        05-29-2012, 08:08 PM
      #26
    Super Moderator
    Lol, this is so funny! Let me try:

    A spirited arab mare for experienced owners only. Good conformation, an endurance prospect, can move for hours, if you want to catch her. Not suitable as a broodmare. Flashy, although for no apparent reason. One hind leg lame, heart disease and might be blind in one eye. Dislikes other horses, needs breaking to lead, bombproof, but shouldn't be exposed to sudden movements and noises. Aggression and bolting issues have been experienced, so selling to a good home asap. Could be a great kids horse with proper training.
         
        05-29-2012, 08:23 PM
      #27
    Weanling
    Lol great idea! Heres my try:

    Delicate, tall mare for sale around 15.3 hands. Well broke to ride, but is kind of afraid of everything so needs experienced rider ;) loves children, but wont tolerate harshness or bullying under saddle. Very affectionate and would do best in a home with another horse. Priceless, but make am offer!
         
        05-29-2012, 08:27 PM
      #28
    Green Broke
    Young Red Roan( red head with a farmers tan!!) Filly. Has yet to be broke, she likes to play hard to catch. LOVES to bed petted and groomed and pampered. She picks up all feet to be manicured. Loves to eat but is very athletic. Would make a great jumper prospect. Loves to sprint but doesn't have much endurance so may be good for barrels or poles. This filly loves to be out in nature so she would make a good trail mount. She is great with dogs, sheep, and all other animals. She prefers to have some company as she doesn't like to be alone. She loads well, but has issues tying. She hates being confined to a stall and prefers to be out in the open where she can run and play. Buy her today and start her your way!
         
        05-29-2012, 08:40 PM
      #29
    Started
    Lol... This should be fun...

    For Sale:
    1990 model grade bay mare... possibly Walking Horse mixed with some Quarter. Very fast and bold. Been used as a trail horse only. Hates foals and would not be a good broodmare prospect. Very stubborn, if she decides to not do something, you won't be changing her mind. Very agile. Would be good for barrels or poles. Not very patient and gets bored easily. Prefers to be in a pasture as she hates being confined to small spaces. Extremely picky eater and tends to lose weight around the beginning of the year, but puts it back on pretty easily. Looks more like a Walker with long legs and a slender build. Has a short and wild mane and tail... there may be a little Mustand mixed in somewhere.
         
        05-29-2012, 08:53 PM
      #30
    Teen Forum Moderator
    Too bad we ARENT horses, eh? With all of the cannibalistic and foal hating mares, we'd have the horse population down in a jiff!
         

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