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post #1 of 13 Old 07-02-2010, 10:38 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone want some Straight Egyptian Arabians?

Hey all,

I never planned to use this website as a medium for selling horses however I thought I would post this here as one of the barns I am training at needs to sell off some of their horses pronto.

The owner needs to sell some of her Arabians in the next week and I am helping her so if anyone is interested, or would know of someone who is, please let me know! There are ten horses for sale, prices range from $1000 to $10,000 but all offers would be considered at this stage. I do know that the whole herd would be sold for $25,000, in case anyone wants a LOT of Arabians!!

I have little experience with Arabians (I work mainly with TB's and performance horses) but I will try and answer any questions to the best of my ability! I have attached some photo's for everyone to see. Most horses are unbroken, some have been shown but most have not, ages range from 4 years old to 9 years old. The photo's taken are recent (I took them myself on Wednesday) and the horses are in excellent condition but would need farrier attention as they have not been doing much for the last year or so.

Not all of them are registered (but all are eligble of course) and most of them are either Straight Egyptian or by a Straight Egyptian sire. Any help would be appreciated!
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post #2 of 13 Old 07-02-2010, 10:51 AM
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Sarah, not to be snarky, but Arabians are a dime a dozen and SEs even more so, because they've been horrendously over bred and there are a glut of them on the market.

I don't think asking $1,000 or more for an untrained, unregistered horse is reasonable. A horse like that is possibly worth $500.00, if she could talk someone into paying that.

There's no good reason why those animals haven't been registered. The AHA takes a dim view of horses not being registered by a certain age, and it gets more expensive the older the animal.

They're definitely nice looking animals, but nothing I'd consider spectacular. I think the owner is blinded by the fact that she thinks these horses are worth some serious coinage, when in reality, she'll be lucky to find homes for them even if she gives them away.

Sorry. I know that's not what your breeder friend might want to hear, but I've had Arabians for many years. They were the horse du jour in the 1970s early 1980s and went for big bucks, but have since fallen out of favor.

I do like the looks of that chestnut with the blaze. I've always been a sucker for a good looking chestnut Arab.

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Photo's are from the top:

Kamshah Sa Tar, Straight Egyptian broodmare, 6yo (registered) Sire: Thee Infidel; Dam: Miss Tamarada

Pistol Pete, stallion, 5yo (unregistered) Sire: RTA Storm; Dam: MC Ladyhawke

RTA Shaqira, Straight Egyptian mare, 4yo (unregistered) Sire: RTA Storm; Dam:Qasama

Miss Charlotte, TB/Arabian mare, 5yo (unregistered) Sire: Grandson Charly; Dam: GRA Miss Carycyn

LA Flash, mare, 4yo (unregistered) Sire: RTA Storm; Dam: LA Duchess

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Sarah, not to be snarky, but Arabians are a dime a dozen and SEs even more so, because they've been horrendously over bred and there are a glut of them on the market.

I don't think asking $1,000 or more for an untrained, unregistered horse is reasonable. A horse like that is possibly worth $500.00, if she could talk someone into paying that.

There's no good reason why those animals haven't been registered. The AHA takes a dim view of horses not being registered by a certain age, and it gets more expensive the older the animal.

They're definitely nice looking animals, but nothing I'd consider spectacular. I think the owner is blinded by the fact that she thinks these horses are worth some serious coinage, when in reality, she'll be lucky to find homes for them even if she gives them away.

Sorry. I know that's not what your breeder friend might want to hear, but I've had Arabians for many years. They were the horse du jour in the 1970s early 1980s and went for big bucks, but have since fallen out of favor.

I do like the looks of that chestnut with the blaze. I've always been a sucker for a good looking chestnut Arab.
Agreed agreed agreed. Not taken as snarky at all! I am only doing this as I said I would do everything to help! I guess I was hoping that someone on here would be able to help in some way! Some of these horses were offered to me to buy and I have no interest in them personally.

With the economy the way it is and the horse market being so adversely affected it is craziness I know but you have to try everything hey?!

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Maybe you'd have more luck with this if you can provide more information, for instance, how tall are all of the horses? Are any of them broke? Had any training whatsoever? I like the tb/ arab... she's very pretty. I also like the chestnut with the blaze. Anyway, could you provide the price for each horse? You might be able to get more interest if we knew this information!
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I love love love the first two, the broomare and colt. Pity i'm in a different country!

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I love love love the first two, the broomare and colt. Pity i'm in a different country!
And I would love love love to be able to send them over to you, at least they would be going to a loving and knowledgeable home

Hayleylvsshammy: All the horses pictured are unbroken.
Kamshah Sa Tar is 14.3 hh, asking $5000.
Pistol Pete (my personal fave as he is so sweet natured and easy to handle) is a tad small at 14.1hh but makes up for it with a big personality, asking $2000
RTA Shaqira is 14.2hh, flashy mover, asking $5000.
Miss Charlotte is 15.1hh, very quite and docile mare, wouldn't take much at all to get her going under saddle, was tempted to do it myself although with only a couple of weeks before she leaves, the owner decided not to worry, asking $1500
LA Flash is 14.2hh, asking $1000.

There is an mare that would be an excellent endurance mount (will try and find pictures), she has been raced and is very fast - would suit an experienced rider. She is 9yo and about 14.3hh, asking $1000 for her.

So far we have sold 3 horses so we are getting there...

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Pistol Pete (my personal fave as he is so sweet natured and easy to handle) is a tad small at 14.1hh but makes up for it with a big personality
Oh even better... I love the little ones! Now i'm glad I'm in a different country! He would look mighty handsome next to Latte :]

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Pistol Pete is gorgeous! I'm in the same country, but too far away to convince my husband I need another horse!
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Petey is always the first to call out hello to me when I walk into the barn to work horses as he knows he always gets a good scratch from me. He LOVES to be scratched, his top lip sticks out and quivers and he screws his neck completely sideways, cracks me up cos sometimes it looks like he will fall over!! Unfortunately I don't have a need for an Arabian stallion, otherwise I would take him myself, just not sure how he would go as an eventer.....!

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