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    06-30-2011, 05:34 PM
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15.3 OTTB Jumper forsale/lease. SOCAL

I have, an amazing little jumper for sale or feed lease. I do NOT want to get rid of him but i'm getting married to a marine, and you can't move around when you have a horse with ya. I'm willing to lease him out, if I can see the barn and have little check ups on him. (i'd still love to be able to have little check ups on him if I SELL him I love him with all my heart and got him from a trainer who suddenly passed away, anyways! Off topic)


We've done up to 4'9 on him (in a gymnastic) and 4'3 courses. He will ONLY GO IN A HACKAMORE he will flip over in a bit. He's completely voice command trained Up for canter and whoa for stop, and easy for slow down. He leg yields and turns on the haunches. He's a great little guy he is really a sweety. I'm going to work on getting a video but I really only have old pictures from our last show (sorry!) i'll update them soon!


Even if you guys don't want him, spread the word. I want this little guy to go to a great home. OH! And he's about 9 years old now. He has a HUGE stride, he doesn't rush or run away with you, he just covers ground, yet rocks back on his haunches and turns when you sit down and tell him too. He is not push button, but he is **** close. He has his days though. I've owned him for 6 years and I've only fallen off of him twice. He REALLY takes care of you and he tries his heart out. He'll jump anything from any where even if he might crash through it, he has NEVER refused even after I set him up to smash through a jump. He really is, the most honest horse I have ever ridden.

only about 3'6 but you can tell he's not even trying.

he just has the cutest face!!!



He loves kids. <3
     
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    07-03-2011, 11:19 AM
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He's beautiful, I hope you find a great home for him. On a side note, my husband is in the military, we move every 1-2 years and we haul our horses cross-country every time...a lot of people do! Even overseas. Maybe you can consider it? I can't speak for Marine installations but 90% of Army ones have stables on post (for cheap board) and of course plenty of private off-post facilities. Either way, good luck in your new adventures!
     
    07-03-2011, 01:17 PM
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Foal
Thank you! Yea i'm sure we could work it so I could keep him, but since we're newly weds and still working on a place and such... idk we will see... I want to keep him, but not sure financially we can... I havent checked into on base boarding for him yet, but I believe the stables are on the other side of base... and that's like....easily 45 minutes away hahahah
     
    07-07-2011, 10:22 AM
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My husband's Air Force and we have a ton of animals. Two horses, two cats, and four dogs. We move everyone. There are a couple of great websites out there with information about stables on and near military bases/posts. It's hard work and takes double preparation and planning before a move, but it's so worth it. I think with the next move the hardest part for us will be finding a place to rent with so many house pets. The goal we have is to find a rental with property for the horses instead of boarding them. We've bought two houses and the husband is under strict orders (from me) that we will not buy a third until one of the two is sold!!! Mortgages suck horse money dry!!! We'll see how that goes though. :)
     
    07-07-2011, 12:03 PM
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Originally Posted by orangetictac    
My husband's Air Force and we have a ton of animals. Two horses, two cats, and four dogs. We move everyone. There are a couple of great websites out there with information about stables on and near military bases/posts. It's hard work and takes double preparation and planning before a move, but it's so worth it. I think with the next move the hardest part for us will be finding a place to rent with so many house pets. The goal we have is to find a rental with property for the horses instead of boarding them. We've bought two houses and the husband is under strict orders (from me) that we will not buy a third until one of the two is sold!!! Mortgages suck horse money dry!!! We'll see how that goes though. :)

Yea , I know its worth it. That's why im trying to lease the little man out! I want him back later.. haha But since we just got married and we are both really young it's really not smart to start off a marriage with two car payments a horse payment and rent. Hahahahah I wish I could keep him, but I really don't even have time for him either once I get down there ill be working full time =[..

Good luck selling one of your houses! Haha if any are by pednelton let me know! ;] hahah
     

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