7 horses and a pony for sale, or free with 12 month boarding at 125 a month, including feed and 2 feedings a day.
Mostly quarter horses, but there is also a paint and an arabian.
Here's a few of the horses that are out there.
Turbo, comes when you call his name, biggest boy out there, still pretty green, fast horse and can turn on a dime, would be a good jumper or cutting/barrel horse with the right training. Probably around 16h
Mag, very sweet boy, submissive, probably around 15.1h
Abby (paint) and Bazil (bay)
Abby is 100% broken, great trail rider and wants to please. She moves a little when trying to get on and off but that's simple enough to fix if you've got the time. She foundered a while back but just walked it out and did fine, just needs a little more weight but can be ridden. She's about 13 years old.
Bazil came from a bad home, so she's skittish, but she's the smallest horse out there and beneath it all, she's a sweet horse. She will take food from your hands, and once you get a lead rope on her she's fine. Not broken yet.
BB the pony is a very sweet boy but not a beginners pony. Threw a 12 year old girl a few times when they only came out to ride once a month, and then they never came back again, so he needs a reliable owner that won't give up on him. He'd make a great show pony! Jet black except for a white star.
Jade is broke to ride but watch out, she has to be the dominant horse and hates most other horses! She's left scars from bite marks on other horses in the next pasture over when she got through the fence, so she'd be best if housed or pastured alone as she is now. She's built like a tank!
The horses I didn't get a picture of is Stinger, the Arabian (probably a cross and not pure, but still cute) He's either white or a gray, hard to tell, needs a bath! Broke to ride.
There's also Sundance, a chestnut gelding that is housed with BB, has been ridden by a young teen about 10 times with no problems, so I'd say he's broke to ride, just needs some miles. He does need some weight back on him, came in with worms but is good to go now.
There may be some others that I've forgotten, but if you think you may be interested in any of them, or want some conformation pictures or more information, let me know. These are not my horses, they belong to the barn owner, most of which came from people who stopped paying their board and abandoned their horses with him.
They are located in Brunswick GA and the prices I'm sure will be pretty low, and he's willing to do payments, or like I said, free with boarding.