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post #41 of 122 Old 04-02-2013, 01:46 PM
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This guy actually seems to be everything you're looking for. I'd like to see a real confo pic of him, but I don't see anything glaring.

Western plesure/Trail Gelding
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post #42 of 122 Old 04-02-2013, 02:02 PM
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I like this gelding. His history sounds like what you're looking for. Still, I want to see someone RIDING him before I'd consider him.

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DHW... Beau is gorgeous AND adorable, all rolled into one!!

In fact, I'll go one FURTHER. EVERY SINGLE HORSE you own is uniquely beautiful and all seem precious personality-wise! How very blessed you are!

So my question for you is, why did you decide Beau is the one most similar to what I'm seeking? Is he an older (teenaged) gelding, trained English, that you do trails and endurance-type riding with, or is it another factor? Dying to hear!!

Anyhow. I thoroughly enjoyed scoping out your pics. Must be pure Heaven at your house with all of those sweetie pies around 24/7!

Still no word from my cl response, so I think I'll do what was recommended and post a response right to them ON CL, as no phone # provided...

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Okay, why a horse like Beau:
He's hunter type, lower headset, elegant, not heavy.
He's got the right age, he's a gelding.
He's really good on trails, was, by previous owners, doing a little bit of everything.
He's pretty enough for an Arabian lover to take a second look
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post #44 of 122 Old 04-02-2013, 04:30 PM
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This is another ad for the same horse I posted above. Goes into a little more detail and appears to maybe have a video.

10 yr. Old All around gelding
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post #45 of 122 Old 04-02-2013, 04:43 PM
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I like this guy. Talk about well-rounded and handsome to boot!

Buckskin Mounted Shooting/Trail Gelding
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post #46 of 122 Old 04-02-2013, 05:08 PM
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I looked at their Youtube channel and they seem to have a few nice horses on there as well as the one you posted the link too that I assume are for sale - they look like they focus on producing trail type horses that will deal with stuff rather than just 'ride the rail'
Probably somewhere worth following up
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRJz...t=HL1364936739
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I looked at their Youtube channel and they seem to have a few nice horses on there as well as the one you posted the link too that I assume are for sale - they look like they focus on producing trail type horses that will deal with stuff rather than just 'ride the rail'
Probably somewhere worth following up
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRJz...t=HL1364936739
That "Amazing Bullet" horse has been vetoed because of the apparent holes in his training.
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post #48 of 122 Old 04-02-2013, 05:24 PM
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However...I just watched that buckskin's video and, while I would have liked to have seen him jumping, I can definitely say that I love him. If only I had $5500...
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That "Amazing Bullet" horse has been vetoed because of the apparent holes in his training.
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He looked pretty solid in the video but when I scrolled down the comments apparently he's sold anyway
The buckskin looks really good - they throw everything at these horses so they should deal with trail riding OK
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post #50 of 122 Old 04-02-2013, 05:37 PM
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I believe the reason Bullet was vetoed was because the lady was riding him direct reined in a curb bit in the arena, and she just had too much contact the entire time he was moving, which gave the impression of a very strong/forward horse.
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