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    06-18-2007, 02:06 AM
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Horse Wanted!

Yes I know I posted this in the classifieds but I thought I should post here too...


Horse wanted in the California/Washington/Oregon area

Next year I am thinking about joining West Albany's Equestrian team.. My only problem is that I do not have a horse. I live in the Albany/Corvalis area in Oregon and I am looking for a good horse for an intermidiate rider that does well in English. I don't have a lot of money and am still trying to find a job but I do have a place I could keep it. I am mostly looking for a gelding but would be interested in a mare too. I would be interested in Leasing also!
     
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    10-07-2007, 01:11 AM
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Golly / Callie

Hello, I live in TX, but I got a cupple good horses for you.

Golly
He is a BEAUTIFUL 6 year old regerstered dark brown, almost black thoroughbred gelding. The highest we have ever jumped him is 3.3 to 3.6ft, but he could probably go 4ft. He is the sweetest horse alive, but can sometimes be a buthead. But everyone has there days right? Well, he stands still in the cross-ties. Loads, Bathes, Farriers well. He dosn't mind the clippers at all. He has bucked and it's only happened once on one of his bad days. He has never kicked or reared. He is an all togeather great horse, and has a lovely w/t/c but once again you have to give him that umf or he'll try to go slow and not work. We are asking 10,000 for him.

Callie
She is a either 13 or 14 year old grey (looks white, but classified as grey)quarter-arab mare, she has a sway back,and the saddle will probably slip down, but she is cute other than that. The highest we have ever jumped her is 2.3 to 2.6ft, and MABEY she could go 3ft. But like every girl she likes her space sometimes. When in the cross-ties she will occasionally take a coupple steps to one side or another. But if she is the only horse in because you wanted to ride her after you let out... forget the stand still horse. She loads, and bathes and fariers well. She dose not like the clippers, and we tried sizzors but they didn't work either. She dose buck, so if your riding her when she moves around alot in the cross-ties, then expect a buck or two when you canter. She has never kicked or reared. Callie has a great w/t/c, but you've got to be able to slow your body down to get her to slow down, cause if you don't, she'll take advantege of you and try to do everything faster, but she has NEVER bolted. She has been showed, and won first in jumping and fourth in flat.We are asking 2,500 for her.

I'm sorry I don't have any pics at the moment, but if your interested let me know and I'll send you some pics=)
     
    12-11-2008, 07:22 AM
  #3
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Smile possible horse

If you haven't already found a horse, my sister in West Linn, Oregon has a beautiful 2005 Thoroughbred gelding for sale. He is a dark bay/black with an outstanding pedigree for speed and an excellent disposition. He has had some training and is very calm for a thoroughbred. She has ridden him recently and found him to be easy to handle. She has been asking $3,500, but she might come down for the right person. She gets very attached to her horses, even though it is her business, and wants to find someone who will treat the horse well. She can be reached by e-mail at diahershis@aol.com.
     
    12-16-2008, 03:43 AM
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My sister has reduced the price for her 2005 thoroughbred gelding

My sister in West Linn, Oregon has a beautiful 2005 Thoroughbred gelding for sale. He is a dark bay/black over 16 hands with an outstanding pedigree for speed and jumping. He has an excellent disposition and has some early training. She was asking $3,500, but has now reduced the price to $2,000 because of the economy and having too many horses. She had him ridden and evaluated by a dressage and jumping trainer to see what potential he has. If you would like to see him work, contact my sister at diahershis@aol.com. Best wishes in finding your horse. Jacquie
     
    01-12-2009, 05:29 PM
  #5
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I can help and find some potential horses for you. But you need to answer some questions first so I know what to look for.
What height range?
What age range?
What discipline?
Whats your budget?
Other things your looking for in a horse?
     

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