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    02-01-2010, 08:53 PM
Having Trouble

I'm officially on the hunt for a weanling or yearling filly. I am having so little luck! I had found 2 promising horses the other day. A TB filly and a Trakehner/QH filly but both are probably not going to happen.

The Trakehner is slightly toed in on the front and is thin boned so the owner thinks she probably wouldn't be good for jumping.
The TB got caught up in wire when she was young and had xrays and all and apparently had some problem with her joint that the vet said is all better now. Her one knee is bigger than the other though.

The problem is I don't want a foal with problems because what if they get worse!?

Help please. I live in Alberta. Nothing over $500 sorry.
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    02-01-2010, 10:46 PM
Green Broke
DreamHorse.com Horse ID: 1500792 - WA Voo Doo Chick

You could probably talk them down a little on this filly
2008 Reg. Quarter Horse Filly

Another Appaloosa
Danzing's Bay Filly

QH Filly
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This one is cute
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I know you said filly but this colt looks nice
Super Friendly Stud Colt - Two Eyed Jack Breeding
And this guy
Beautiful Clydesdale Colt

Thoroughbred Filly
Weanling TB Filly (able to be Registered)

Morgan Filly
Sweet Little Purebred Morgan Filly, Needs a Home!
    02-01-2010, 11:05 PM
The TB filly is the filly with the joint issue that the vet did say was cleared up.
The Morgan filly looks cute.
    02-01-2010, 11:30 PM
Green Broke
Ohh lol
    02-02-2010, 07:40 PM
Try this one SPORT HORSE PROSPECTS **REDUCED** soon to be shipped unless sold - Edmonton Livestock For Sale - Kijiji Edmonton
Sounds like they need to sell their weanlings, I don't know what their 'reasonable' price would be. I would consider them but I'm not ready to buy yet.
I wasn't sure what you were looking for so I hope this helps, if not you got to check out some nice looking horses.

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