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  • Quarter horse will trade for broodmare

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    05-29-2012, 11:50 PM
  #41
Green Broke
I have to say..when someone said "In foal to local stud" I DIED laughing..


LOL Oh Lord.. This should be interesting..

1988 bay mare, 14.2. Really nice feet, UTD on all shots and vaccines, teeth cleaned regularly...Amber is a registered QH/TB appendix mare. She has the height of a foundation QH but a more narrow build like a TB.. loves water, loads with no problems, ties..Very fast, willing, loves her job but can be a little impatient..She can get a little head strong and hot but any experienced rider can handle her with ease. She is good with beginners on the ground, but in the saddle is doesn't tolerate beginner mistakes. She is a picky eater, hard to keep weight on because of her eating habits. She does have to have seizure "supplements" but they are very controlled and cause no problems.. Amber does have allergies also.. She does carry the Satin Gene though, her coat is always super shiney and healthy looking..
     
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    05-29-2012, 11:57 PM
  #42
Weanling
A 1996 registered bay Quarter Horse mare for sale. She is quite mare-ish, doesn't get along with many other horses and takes no bullsh*t from any rider. She's a sloppy horse and is found covered in dirt/mud most of the time. Don't take a stupid stud near her for she will either kick or bite him.
Currently hasn't been hauled to the vet yet for an injury but is up to date in her vaccines.
She is really good around cattle and hunts them. She's finished in poles and barrels and has been competing in High School level rodeos.
She's small and compact at about 14hh, but has been out of shape due to not been exercised enough though can still compete just fine but runs out of gas quickly.
For experienced riders only! Is not good with little kids, might accidentally eat them if they are not supervised.

Will trade for a mare with better disposition who can be kept around studs and children.
     
    05-30-2012, 12:02 AM
  #43
Started
16hh Jumping Paint Mare

1993 Paint mare. Large for her breed, stocky build. Very active - does not like to be stalled. Prefers to eat constantly and move around. Not very mare-ish, unless you tick her off. Loves to jump.still has a lot of spunk in her, and willing to work for a loving owner.

Mine isn't very funny x.x
     
    05-30-2012, 01:09 AM
  #44
Foal
Here we go.... LOVE this thread, by the way. (mine's not that funny either)


1970 grade mare roaning out. Has produced two great colts, both of which are smart as whips (they didn't get their brains from their dam). We've let her keep her last foal with her for five years due to a birth defect of the foal. She's a great Mom, but enjoys trail rides occasionally away from the little one. Loves water. Tends to daydream a lot. Teeth in good shape, but she's not the prettiest mare on the block. Likely to get marish during her special time of the month.

Would make a great babysitter and/or pasture companion. Does great with goats, sheep, loves dogs and cats, but not very social with same species due to rough circumstances as a yearling. If you put in the time, she's loyal and affectionate. Not in the best of health. Needs retraining.

$2.00 OBO
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    05-30-2012, 01:35 AM
  #45
Started
I am selling a 15yo Buckskin mare.
16.2hh, stocky build, long legs & huge hind end. Needs occasional chiropractor visits and daily massages. UTD on vaccines, farrier & deworming.

Has been worked on barrels from age 4-9 (1D & 2D) From age 9-12 she was used for Western Pleasure and is now back to barrels/gymkhana again. This pretty little mare has placed every event she has done and brings a cheque home every time we trailer her to a show.

She knows all the basics and more, she is well behaved, ocassionally spooks and will buck you off unless your saddle has bling, animal print or pink. You also need to give her one treat every 1 minute to keep her happy (you do not want to see her when she's not happy)

She is the alpha mare & will beat the $&@! Out of anyone who gets in her way. Especially her brother.
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    05-30-2012, 01:49 AM
  #46
Started
I have a good horse. Good broke. Ridden for 4 year. Really don't wanna sell but I need money. 2 years old. Jumps 8 feet. Loves cheezits. Probably could live on cheezits. But would get to fat. And get a hay belly. I dunno anyone feed their horse plain cheezits? Looked online, other real good broke horses are $70,000 so im pricing her real good at $60,000.

Just had to do that! Seen ads like that. Pretty scary.
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    05-30-2012, 01:56 AM
  #47
Trained
Alright, here I am, finally. LOL

15.2hh lean built curly chestnut mare. UTD on all vaccines and examinations from the vet. Has been hauled to shows since she was a weanling. Competed mainly in performance events such as reining and cowhorse, has also done some speed events which are her favorite as well as english and equitation classes. A general, well-versed horse.

Bitchy when other horses bother her, but doesn't instigate or enable arguments in the herd. Generally does her own thing. Not super spooky but gets excited and has to move around right before going into the ring, but settles into focus mode right before beginning a pattern.

Enjoys parading around in purple sport boots, headstall, pad, and reins...Whoever said horses were colorblind, lied.

Doesn't required much maitenence. Needs shoes because she has stall-baby feet, and can handle pressure from an aggressive rider. Would be good to pony baby horses behind. Eat absolutely everything yet for some ungodly reason, never gets fat.

Will trade for a docile stick horse, as this mare has eaten through my hay (treat,grain, and small children) budget for the next ten years. Open to best offer.
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    05-30-2012, 02:14 AM
  #48
Trained
16hh '84 vintage mare looking for new home. She has mostly been used as a pleasure ride, but a few years ago we decided we wanted a pretty baby so we could have a part of her now that she is getting on. She has produced three healthy grade foals, still on property so can view. 5 year old son is still entire, filling out nicely and should be quite the heart breaker. Her two year old fillies (twins!) are maturing nicely and are a pleasure to handle. The mare is an easy breeder, caught first time both times.

This mare is fairly placid, but might be considered lazy by some. She likes a nice airy walk in/walk out type stall, with a nice green pasture. She is very lean, so needs constant attention on her diet to ensure she doesn't lose any more weight. Could probably do with a few more pounds. She is good to float, in fact she seems to like being in the float all day long. She is really good to shoe, she always seems happiest when she has some shiny new shoes.

I would recommend her for a breeding home, she loves foals so much but we just can't afford to breed her again. We would be happy to negotiate services to our stud, he has produced three nice foals over her before now, so we know it's a good cross.
     
    05-30-2012, 05:17 AM
  #49
Foal
He he, love this thread

Here's mine...

Free to home (any!).

Aged (very) mare born 19..... (we're pretty sure it wasn't 18..... but no guarantees)

Backside of a QH, legs of a Shetland but still has lovely glossy dark mane (see thread on dyeing horses manes). Has bred two strapping colts, but those days are long past (thank goodness!), so now very calm and no longer mareish. Loves foals and all animals, so would make excellent babysitter for your youngstock (no danger of them being eaten).

Food - yes please and plenty of it. Loves to laze about in the sun and the occasional gin would go down well. Loves to wear pink and have episodes of ANTH (Americas Next Top Horse) streamed to the barn, so she can remember how she used to look - well in her dreams maybe! Still has her own teeth and has good feet. Her back needs regular massaging - every day if possible.

You may think this old girl is past her prime, but she can still turn her hoof to a bit of showing. No poles or chasing after cows please, but put her in a Trail class and she can still bring home the ribbons!

Years supply of gin included.
     
    05-30-2012, 08:05 AM
  #50
Weanling
"Special horse for sale"

'83 maiden mare. Stocky 15.3hh bay QH mare. Excellent bloodlines. VERY easy keeper! Still enjoys eventing at lower levels (read: weeny) but also a nice canter through the woods. Old injury on right hind fetlock but works out of the stiffness. Had colic surgery in 2011 but completely healed. Heaves, allergic to hay and dust. Hates bugs and mud. Neurotic, but loveable. Weaves when stalled.

UTD on shots, teeth and shoeing (was going to try Eponas, but mare seems to do just fine in Ariats and Sketchers).

$1500, must be sold by FRIDAY or we are taking her to AUCTION.
     

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