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        04-09-2013, 09:10 AM
      #111
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by Dreamcatcher Arabians    
    Well, B2HB, I wish you and your trainer were in OK not AZ. I have a lovely mare, in your price range, who has been trained hunter pleasure and shown twice under saddle, at the Iowa Gold Star and at US Nationals in the HP Maturity class. She did extremely well for those to be her first 2 under saddle shows. She's a beauty and has won extensively at halter, so knows what she's doing in the show ring. She's for sale because I no longer ride hunt seat, her owner got tired of feeding her and gave her to me. She's sweet, wants nothing more than to please her owner and needs a good, loving home that wants to do stuff with her and bond with her.

    I'm going to go ahead and post her sales e-blast here, not for you because I totally understand not wanting something as far from home as she is from you, but in case you or anyone else knows someone who would like to have her and doesn't mind having her hauled.

    If anyone wants to look her up on Data Source, her name is Amerikan Beauty WP AHA reg #627217. She's being transferred into my name, so may not show reg'd to me yet.
    How much are you asking for her? I am currently in the market for a horse in the Texas area
         
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        04-09-2013, 05:38 PM
      #112
    Showing
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    Originally Posted by neeks    
    How much are you asking for her? I am currently in the market for a horse in the Texas area
    Next time send a PM....
         
        04-09-2013, 05:54 PM
      #113
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by Skyseternalangel    
    Next time send a PM....

    I couldn't. I didn't have 5 posts and it wouldn't let me. Obviously, I tried that first.
         
        04-09-2013, 06:33 PM
      #114
    Yearling
    Thanks Sky, I'm sure the mods appreciate someone following/enforcing the HF rules :0), but, FWIW, it's totally alright with me. I've certainly asked questions on other OPs threads before, (especially since it took me a while to "get" that we aren't "supposed" to do such)...my thread has clearly apparently run its course!

    Happy to have another buyer ask about a horse for sale!! Heck, maybe SOMEONE WILL END UP BUYING A HORSE (since it's likely NEVER TO be ME! Haha!) :0)
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        04-09-2013, 06:38 PM
      #115
    Trained
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Skyseternalangel    
    Next time send a PM....
    It's been taken to PM.
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        04-22-2013, 01:19 PM
      #116
    Trained
    Check out this guy:

    FREE Gorgeous Trail Gelding - Purebred Stallions, Colts and Geldings - Arabian Horse Breeders Network
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        04-22-2013, 02:18 PM
      #117
    Super Moderator
    What a super build he has - I'd have him if I was wanting another horse
    Two years can be a long time off for some horses though - its a shame they don't spend some time getting him back under saddle
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        04-22-2013, 03:02 PM
      #118
    Trained
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    Originally Posted by jaydee    
    What a super build he has - I'd have him if I was wanting another horse
    Two years can be a long time off for some horses though - its a shame they don't spend some time getting him back under saddle
    I think he would be okay, though. My guy did well with half a year off and go for a ride with another half year off (between work and being in the hospital - which IS why I let him go this winter...lol).
    I really see *Serafix in this guy.
         
        04-22-2013, 03:38 PM
      #119
    Yearling
    OMGOSH! He is stunning...and yes, I am still looking!

    In that amazing and life-saving manner which G-d works in my life (& no doubt all of our lives!) I have THANKFULLY not found any horse that came into my life which would be perfect for me YET, as I've just this past month started this new nursing job, and have found to my surprise that starting a new job can surely sap EVERY AVAILABLE BIT of energy and life resource one has, simply through focusing on the various changes that come with new hours, for me a whole new shift (changed from five nights per week to three DAYS/week, then I worked five eight hour shifts, now three twelve hour shifts!) & I'm now practicing in an entirely new specialty as well!

    I made this change (about 80% worth) purely to have the needed time to own a horse and be able to give him a great life and have the days (all but three/week, and then my DH is available on those days!) open for him...

    Well, I had NO IDEA how exhausted and "brain dead" this change would leave me...thus, had I chosen a horse, I'd be pushing myself to the limits of insanity to be with him during this past month, and would likely have reflected negatively upon both his "horsey-impression" of me (tired, crabby b&$@h) & my skewed impression of him (time sucking, energy draining yet lovable beast!)--of course that is an exaggeration for dramatic purposes, but I'm sure you get my drift! :0)

    Thus, I've put ANY horse shopping on absolute hold until my life settles into something of a workable pattern. I absolutely plan to report back when I'm actively looking again (by June first is the goal!!).

    I realize that even at forty (in four months!) I feel old! Back in my twenties, and prior to my neuro illness, I would've been like,"oh heck, bring it ON! New job, new horse, heck, why not buy a HOUSE while I'm at it!"...

    Now, however? Well, let's put it this way...my husband and I are just now buying him a new motorcycle to get to work and back on, and I'm responsible for calling for our insurance quotes today before we pick it up tomorrow and I'm like,"Really? All those PHONE CALLS? But, I'm so TIRED!" Haaa!!!

    Similarly, I haven't even LOOKED AT HF, FB, or any non-work or family-related emails until TODAY due to the last three days of work kicking my behind (granted, each day went from a 12 hour shift to a fifteen hour shift due to the learning curve in their charting devise). It's like an
    I-pad for medical charting, and it's SO easy to use, but whomever said computers make your work FASTER, in this kind of nursing, at least, had to be insane! ;0)

    Anyway, that horse looks amazing...I worry why he's going away for free and wonder if it is because he's forgotten everything in two years, or has become psychotically buddy sour?

    I hope not...He'd clearly make someone a beautiful horse. Thank you for thinking of me after all this time!

    Best to all!! B2H
         
        04-22-2013, 03:58 PM
      #120
    Trained
    His owners are elderly and for medical reasons, had to get rid of their horses. He went as a package deal with a mar for free, but the taker is only keeling the mare so is re-homing tbis guy for free again.
    I would.get a vet check, but I do not believe there is anything shady about this horse other then old owners.
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