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post #31 of 78 Old 05-29-2012, 08:12 PM
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Free to good home, ok free to ANY home. Who am I kidding, we'll pay you to take her! $50.00 to the first person who shows up with a trailer!! Ok you can show up with lead rope and walk her off, just get her gone!

Aged mare half grey and half pally TWH/QH/Arabian/TB/Appy/and maybe elephant. (Depends on camera angle of the hind quarters.) She is gaited. Well she shuffles after a hard days work anyways. Will work from sun up to sun down, but she won't like it. Starts each day with a willing attitude. (Willing to kick you in the face for disturbing her.)

She got the QH hind end (or elephant, not sure so I listed both) She has the attention span of an Arab on a bad day. The flighty kicky, high strung temperament of the TB. (She will bite, kick, and misbehave to get her own way) And if you look up Appytude you'll see her picture.

She has been broke to ride, but doesn't like it. She WAS trained in dressage (Got kicked out of the program for kicking all the young studs.) She will put up a fight if cornered. She is THE alpha mare. Doesn't mind youngsters, on the other side of the pasture.

She is an easy keeper, but picky eater. Only the best will do for this DI.VA (**** irritating & viscous attitude) We tried her as a broodie but she only took once, and was a difficult foaling (grade A fine colt, Not a package deal, we are keeping him since he has grown up so nice.) Mare-ish behavior got to the point we had the surgeon take care of the problem forever, now must have hormone replacer therapy on a REGULAR basis. Don't skip this folks, it's a nightmare, literally.

She leads great, when you are going her way. She ties, if she doesn't want to move, tie her up and she'll stand all day. She bathes, loves to soak in the pond on a hot summer day, with or without you. She don't care. Stands for the farrier, she likes having her feet done, but is very particular about who, when, and how.

Easy loader. A couple shots of tequila and she is well loaded. She is an in your pocket kinda mare. DEEP in your pockets gentlemen. *Please note she is expensive to maintain and is not above going in your pocket to get what she needs.

Come try her out. Hell, just come take her home with you!! Need her gone ASAP as she is kicking the barn apart because we tracked mud in the isle. She is NOT for the beginner!! She is not child or husband safe.

I miss you Rascal. Every day, all day.

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post #32 of 78 Old 05-29-2012, 08:14 PM
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Location: Georgia
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6-year-old bay and white pinto mare. Pony cross. Stands 14.1 hands, but strong enough to carry small adults. Easy keeper with TOUGH bare feet! Broke to drive and ride. Totally not spooky, fearless, and will take care of her rider. Has had lameness issues in the past ((due to terrible comformation)). Great weekend trail horse and babysitter. $300

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post #33 of 78 Old 05-29-2012, 08:16 PM
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post #34 of 78 Old 05-29-2012, 08:35 PM
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33 year old mare who has been set out to pasture and has put on a little weight. With the right person she may come along nicely, but needs a gentle and honest hand. She is smart enough to know the difference between green riders just lookin for some fun and someone who is worth the effort for the long haul. Loves trails and anything in between. Very versatile. Has foaled two excellent fillies but is no longer interested in being a brood mare. Would be happy with right companion, but is just as content being alone. Make offer.
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post #35 of 78 Old 05-29-2012, 08:40 PM
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Forgot to add to mine -

Has loads of back and neck issues and needs chiropractor weekly. Left hock should ideally be iced daily due to excessive cracking and shooting pains. Paws when upset...or happy...or angry...or hungry...

Mare is very afraid of enclosed spaces (ie trailers, stalls, arenas...), thunderstorms, spiders, and movements. Any movements. Has an ifinity for finding and stepping on shiny objects.


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Before you went and let me down.
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post #36 of 78 Old 05-29-2012, 10:12 PM
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Location: Australia
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21yo liver chestnut grade mare. UTD on all shots, but desperately needs to see the farrier and have her teeth done, we can't afford it. Fine for confident beginner but does get a bit mare-ish at times. Great for relaxed trail riding but too much of a plodder for any sort of competing. Make an offer!

Satin Reign aka "Misty"... my life, my love, my everything.
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post #37 of 78 Old 05-29-2012, 10:29 PM
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Location: Australia
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1994 foundation bred mare,
Palomino and should mature 16hh
Is too stubborn fro her own good and her stubborness can cause fights with her dam, which is why she must go.
Goes all day, very competitive...
HATES little kids, so not a kids horse.
Fairly low maintainace, though does like cheese and LOTS of crown mints.
Also has been eyeing off western saddles with bling...
VERY competitive so not suited to someone who cannot hang on.
WILL rear up and strike out at prissy geldings.
WONT tolerate non horse people jerking at her mouth and kicking her sides.

Free... or paying to take away at ones own risk...

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post #38 of 78 Old 05-29-2012, 10:38 PM
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Location: Minnesota
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If I was a mare... Hmm... Let's see.

This stocky horse is a 1992 cross breed. Light fur and a bit short with a gorgeously long mane and tail. Can get a bit nasty to those she doesn't get along with, but is very nice and social upon warming up to the others. Definitely more of an alpha than a follower, and is not in the best of shape. Should probably get her teeth looked at. With some work could become a great riding horse, but right now is having none of it and bucks off any who try to ride and is generally a stubborn mule of a horse when she doesn't want to do something.

Asking to trade for something that won't kill me when I ride it, like a tractor or something.
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post #39 of 78 Old 05-29-2012, 10:40 PM
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Location: Missouri
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1992 Leggy Appaloosa mare for sale. Nice hind end

Amazing at ground tying.. she'll just stand there forever. Great loader! Has a great sense of humor; real gentle and sweet but does require a gentle hand as she does not do well under force-handling.. has dumped me many times on my ass.

Quirky personality, looks best in navy blue.

Clips real well.. gets mareish when her mane gets too long and will attempt to rub on the fence.

Has no interest in foals, but may make a great broodmare someday. Eager to please, puts her heart and soul into everything she does. Loves going on trail rides, and does well in the ring.

Does well with other horses and animals, not dominant but not a weenie either.

Has been schooled on the basics but really sucks at jumping. She can't even clear a ground pole so if you're looking for an eventer, look elsewhere.

She's barefoot and prefers it that way. Rock hard feet. In good body condition, has a lot of endurance.

Make an Offer

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post #40 of 78 Old 05-29-2012, 10:48 PM
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Location: Australia, Victoria
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1995 Imported Dutch Warmblood mare. Very glossy dark bay.

Approximately 16.1 hands long legged with a solid hindquarter and a flowing mane, requires shoes, many pairs.

Thoroughly enjoys being brushed pampered and washed, reacts well to loving and the gentle approach. Try the rough approach and your on your own, can hold grudges for a long time.

Shows no interest in foals, but foals tend to follow her around.

She will stand tied for short periods of time without getting impatient. Can get hot if not worked for a while, can be very mareish dont get on her bad side.

Great movement and loves to be working, will make an excellent competitive horse, not for occaisonal trails or pleasure riding.

Make an offer.

<3 Curly, you are my life! You are my whole world. <3
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