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    12-04-2012, 05:25 PM
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Foal
Wink How much is your horse worth? Take the quiz.

I found this and thought I would share, definitely funny and not to be taken seriously.

1BASIC HORSE (eats, sleeps, poops, can't be ridden, handled, etc.): $0

2 AGE:
3 or under- Add $1000
4 or 5- Add $3000
5 to 10- Add $5000
11 to 15- Add $3000
16 to 20- Add $1000
21 to 25- Add $0
Over 25- Subtract $5,000

3 GENDER (Keep in mind, this is for hunters only):
Mare: Add $0
Stallion: Add $0
Gelding: Add $1000

4 HEIGHT:
Upper inch of pony height divisions (12.1-12.2, 13.1-13.2, 14.1-14.2): Add $3000
Upper inch of small horses (15.3 to just under 16.2hh): Add $5000
Big horse (16.3hh to 17.3hh): Add $7000
Measures well over acceptable pony height, but still has permanent measurement card: Add $5000
Measures well over acceptable small horse height, but still holds a small card: Add $7000

5 COLOR
Note: skip this section for ponies, who are exempt from all color rules)
Bay: Add $2000
Chestnut/black: Add $1000
Grey: Add $1000 UNLESS owner takes care of own horse.
Palomino/roan: Add $0
Buckskin/pinto: Subract $1000
Appy: Subtract $2000

6 TEMPERAMENT (ground):
(Note: If your contact with your horse is limited to feeding it carrots once a week after taking it, fully tacked up, from your grooms, AND you plan to keep up this system, please skip this section.)
Gentle: Add $1000
Affectionate: Add $1000
Bites: Subtract $2000
Kicks: Subtract $1000
Cribs: Subtract $2000
Heaves/other respiratory unsoundnesses: Subtract $6000

7 TEMPERAMENT (riding):
Spooks at things on the ground*: Subract $3000
Spooks at fences sometimes*: Subtract $5000
Spooks at fences consistently*: Subract $10,000
Refuses: Subract $10,000
Rears: Subract $7000
Bucks: Subtract $5000
Takes off*: Subtract $4000
Pulls/gets strong*: Subract $1000
Is lazy/slow off the leg: Subract $1000
Never refuses: Add $3000
COMPLETELY, UNFAILINGLY obedient (could quite possibly attempt to run off a cliff you told it to do so): Add $5000
Could probably negotiate the course alone or with minimal help: Add $7000
Difficult to ride (pulls, resists, requires someone other than a useless passenger on its back): Subtract $10,000
Lack of auto lead changes: Subtract $5,000
Lack of simple lead changes: Subtract $5,000
Swishes tail/pins ears while in the show ring: Subtract $2,000
*=IGNORE if you or your trainer plans to ride/show horse only on heavy 'medication'.

8 MOVEMENT:
Could win any hack, anywhere, provided the rider didn't wear the wrong color breeches or something else unavoidable: Add $10,000
Wins in modest company, places in good company: Add $5,000
Appears to be sound and could possibly even win a hack if all other horses were dead lame or wearing unfashionable apparel: Add $0
Trots lame: Subtract $5,000 unless only planning to show in divisions that don't require a jog and that can be won without a hack class.

9 JUMPING ABILITY (Horses only):
(Note: Choosing a particular height implies that the horse can jump a show COURSE at this height, without knocking over poles or requiring perfect distances to every jump. Basically, if the horse can chip/go long to a certain fence height, THAT is the level.)

Jumps 2'3": Add $1,000
Jumps 2'6": Add $1,000
Jumps 3': Add $6,000
Jumps 3'3": Add $9,000
Jumps 3'6": Add $15,000
Jumps 4': Add $25,000
Jumps over 4': Move to jumper divisions immediately.

10 JUMPING STYLE:
Rox Dene-esque: Add $20,000
Fancy enough to win most places: Add $15,000
Always in the ribbons: Add $10,000
Usually places: Add $5,000
Sometimes places: Add $3,000
Errr...well, it jumps: Add $0
Flips over poles/runs into jumps/causes children to ask their parents "Was that SUPPOSED to happened?"/jump crew's worst nightmare: Subtract $5,000

11 STRIDING:
Subtract $5,000 if it cannot make the strides.

12 PRETTINESS (applies only to horses--all ponies are naturally adorable):
Jaw-dropping gorgeous (and NOT just to you!): Add $6,000
Absolutely adorable: Add $4,000
Handsome: Add $3,000
Attractive/passable: Add $2,000
Average: Add $0
Ugly/misshapen: Subtract $2,000

13 CONFORMATION:
Perfect: Add $5,000
Good: Add $3,000
OK: Add $0
Bad: Subtract $2,000

14 WEIGHT:
Overweight: Subtract $1,000
Underweight: Subtract $3,000

15 SHOW EXPERIENCE:
Never shown: Subtract $5,000
Lightly, successfully shown (probably locally, "c" shows, etc.): Add $2,000
Extensively, semi-successfully shown ("c", "B", some "A" shows, many ribbons, few championships): Add $5,000
WON at "B" shows: Add $7,000
WON at "A" shows: Add $10,000

16 SOUNDNESS:
Never taken a lame step in its life/doesn't colic, etc.: Add $5,000
Minor health problems (abcessed once, etc.): Add $1,000
Larger health problems (bad splints, sore back, etc.): Subtract $5,000
Big health issues (bone chip, colics frequently, was off for a few months, etc.): Subtract $7,000

17 FAME:
At Big Name Barn: Add $6,000
Ridden by/owned by/marketed by BNT: Add $10,000
Won at Big Name Shows, giving the horse a MAJOR name-recognition advantage: Add $10,000

18 OTHER STUFF:
Warmblood: Add $5,000
Off the track: Subtract $5,000
If this is your own horse and you know that you are prone to exaggerating how pretty/fancy/scopy/gentle your baby is, subtract around $10,000.
     
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    12-04-2012, 05:27 PM
  #2
Trained
Wow harsh ! A mare is worth nothing !
     
    12-04-2012, 05:39 PM
  #3
Weanling
found this and thought I would share, definitely funny and not to be taken seriously.

1BASIC HORSE (eats, sleeps, poops, can't be ridden, handled, etc.): $0

2 AGE:
3 or under- Add $1000
4 or 5- Add $3000
5 to 10- Add $5000
11 to 15- Add $3000
16 to 20- Add $1000
21 to 25- Add $0
Over 25- Subtract $5,000

3 GENDER (Keep in mind, this is for hunters only):
Mare: Add $0
Stallion: Add $0
Gelding: Add $1000

4 HEIGHT:
Upper inch of pony height divisions (12.1-12.2, 13.1-13.2, 14.1-14.2): Add $3000
Upper inch of small horses (15.3 to just under 16.2hh): Add $5000
Big horse (16.3hh to 17.3hh): Add $7000
Measures well over acceptable pony height, but still has permanent measurement card: Add $5000
Measures well over acceptable small horse height, but still holds a small card: Add $7000

5 COLOR
Note: skip this section for ponies, who are exempt from all color rules)
Bay: Add $2000
Chestnut/black: Add $1000
Grey: Add $1000 UNLESS owner takes care of own horse.
Palomino/roan: Add $0
Buckskin/pinto: Subract $1000
Appy: Subtract $2000

6 TEMPERAMENT (ground):
(Note: If your contact with your horse is limited to feeding it carrots once a week after taking it, fully tacked up, from your grooms, AND you plan to keep up this system, please skip this section.)
Gentle: Add $1000
Affectionate: Add $1000
Bites: Subtract $2000
Kicks: Subtract $1000
Cribs: Subtract $2000
Heaves/other respiratory unsoundnesses: Subtract $6000

7 TEMPERAMENT (riding):
Spooks at things on the ground*: Subract $3000
Spooks at fences sometimes*: Subtract $5000
Spooks at fences consistently*: Subract $10,000
Refuses: Subract $10,000
Rears: Subract $7000
Bucks: Subtract $5000
Takes off*: Subtract $4000
Pulls/gets strong*: Subract $1000
Is lazy/slow off the leg: Subract $1000
Never refuses: Add $3000
COMPLETELY, UNFAILINGLY obedient (could quite possibly attempt to run off a cliff you told it to do so): Add $5000
Could probably negotiate the course alone or with minimal help: Add $7000
Difficult to ride (pulls, resists, requires someone other than a useless passenger on its back): Subtract $10,000
Lack of auto lead changes: Subtract $5,000
Lack of simple lead changes: Subtract $5,000
Swishes tail/pins ears while in the show ring: Subtract $2,000
*=IGNORE if you or your trainer plans to ride/show horse only on heavy 'medication'.

8 MOVEMENT:
Could win any hack, anywhere, provided the rider didn't wear the wrong color breeches or something else unavoidable: Add $10,000
Wins in modest company, places in good company: Add $5,000
Appears to be sound and could possibly even win a hack if all other horses were dead lame or wearing unfashionable apparel: Add $0
Trots lame: Subtract $5,000 unless only planning to show in divisions that don't require a jog and that can be won without a hack class.

9 JUMPING ABILITY (Horses only):
(Note: Choosing a particular height implies that the horse can jump a show COURSE at this height, without knocking over poles or requiring perfect distances to every jump. Basically, if the horse can chip/go long to a certain fence height, THAT is the level.)

Jumps 2'3": Add $1,000
Jumps 2'6": Add $1,000
Jumps 3': Add $6,000
Jumps 3'3": Add $9,000
Jumps 3'6": Add $15,000
Jumps 4': Add $25,000
Jumps over 4': Move to jumper divisions immediately.

10 JUMPING STYLE:
Rox Dene-esque: Add $20,000
Fancy enough to win most places: Add $15,000
Always in the ribbons: Add $10,000
Usually places: Add $5,000
Sometimes places: Add $3,000
Errr...well, it jumps: Add $0
Flips over poles/runs into jumps/causes children to ask their parents "Was that SUPPOSED to happened?"/jump crew's worst nightmare: Subtract $5,000

11 STRIDING:
Subtract $5,000 if it cannot make the strides.

12 PRETTINESS (applies only to horses--all ponies are naturally adorable):
Jaw-dropping gorgeous (and NOT just to you!): Add $6,000
Absolutely adorable: Add $4,000
Handsome: Add $3,000
Attractive/passable: Add $2,000
Average: Add $0
Ugly/misshapen: Subtract $2,000

13 CONFORMATION:
Perfect: Add $5,000
Good: Add $3,000
OK: Add $0
Bad: Subtract $2,000

14 WEIGHT:
Overweight: Subtract $1,000
Underweight: Subtract $3,000

15 SHOW EXPERIENCE:
Never shown: Subtract $5,000
Lightly, successfully shown (probably locally, "c" shows, etc.): Add $2,000
Extensively, semi-successfully shown ("c", "B", some "A" shows, many ribbons, few championships): Add $5,000
WON at "B" shows: Add $7,000
WON at "A" shows: Add $10,000

16 SOUNDNESS:
Never taken a lame step in its life/doesn't colic, etc.: Add $5,000
Minor health problems (abcessed once, etc.): Add $1,000
Larger health problems (bad splints, sore back, etc.): Subtract $5,000
Big health issues (bone chip, colics frequently, was off for a few months, etc.): Subtract $7,000

17 FAME:
At Big Name Barn: Add $6,000
Ridden by/owned by/marketed by BNT: Add $10,000
Won at Big Name Shows, giving the horse a MAJOR name-recognition advantage: Add $10,000

18 OTHER STUFF:
Warmblood: Add $5,000
Off the track: Subtract $5,000
If this is your own horse and you know that you are prone to exaggerating how pretty/fancy/scopy/gentle your baby is, subtract around $10,000.

Turly = $38,000 .... lol
     
    12-04-2012, 07:28 PM
  #4
Showing
Apparently Ro is worth $40,000 currently. Anyone want to buy? Comes with custom saddle.
Posted via Mobile Device
     
    12-04-2012, 07:35 PM
  #5
Trained
1BASIC HORSE (eats, sleeps, poops, can't be ridden, handled, etc.): $0

2 AGE:
3 or under- Add $1000
4 or 5- Add $3000
5 to 10- Add $5000
11 to 15- Add $3000
16 to 20- Add $1000
21 to 25- Add $0
Over 25- Subtract $5,000

3 GENDER (Keep in mind, this is for hunters only):
Mare: Add $0
Stallion: Add $0
Gelding: Add $1000

4 HEIGHT:
Upper inch of pony height divisions (12.1-12.2, 13.1-13.2, 14.1-14.2): Add $3000
Upper inch of small horses (15.3 to just under 16.2hh): Add $5000
Big horse (16.3hh to 17.3hh): Add $7000
Measures well over acceptable pony height, but still has permanent measurement card: Add $5000
Measures well over acceptable small horse height, but still holds a small card: Add $7000

5 COLOR
Note: skip this section for ponies, who are exempt from all color rules)
Bay: Add $2000
Chestnut/black: Add $1000
Grey: Add $1000 UNLESS owner takes care of own horse.
Palomino/roan: Add $0
Buckskin/pinto: Subract $1000
Appy: Subtract $2000

6 TEMPERAMENT (ground):
(Note: If your contact with your horse is limited to feeding it carrots once a week after taking it, fully tacked up, from your grooms, AND you plan to keep up this system, please skip this section.)
Gentle: Add $1000
Affectionate: Add $1000
Bites: Subtract $2000
Kicks: Subtract $1000
Cribs: Subtract $2000
Heaves/other respiratory unsoundnesses: Subtract $6000

7 TEMPERAMENT (riding):
Spooks at things on the ground*: Subract $3000
Spooks at fences sometimes*: Subtract $5000
Spooks at fences consistently*: Subract $10,000
Refuses: Subract $10,000
Rears: Subract $7000
Bucks: Subtract $5000
Takes off*: Subtract $4000
Pulls/gets strong*: Subract $1000
Is lazy/slow off the leg: Subract $1000
Never refuses: Add $3000
COMPLETELY, UNFAILINGLY obedient (could quite possibly attempt to run off a cliff you told it to do so): Add $5000
Could probably negotiate the course alone or with minimal help: Add $7000
Difficult to ride (pulls, resists, requires someone other than a useless passenger on its back): Subtract $10,000
Lack of auto lead changes: Subtract $5,000
Lack of simple lead changes: Subtract $5,000
Swishes tail/pins ears while in the show ring: Subtract $2,000
*=IGNORE if you or your trainer plans to ride/show horse only on heavy 'medication'.

8 MOVEMENT:
Could win any hack, anywhere, provided the rider didn't wear the wrong color breeches or something else unavoidable: Add $10,000
Wins in modest company, places in good company: Add $5,000
Appears to be sound and could possibly even win a hack if all other horses were dead lame or wearing unfashionable apparel: Add $0
Trots lame: Subtract $5,000 unless only planning to show in divisions that don't require a jog and that can be won without a hack class.

9 JUMPING ABILITY (Horses only):
(Note: Choosing a particular height implies that the horse can jump a show COURSE at this height, without knocking over poles or requiring perfect distances to every jump. Basically, if the horse can chip/go long to a certain fence height, THAT is the level.)

Jumps 2'3": Add $1,000
Jumps 2'6": Add $1,000
Jumps 3': Add $6,000
Jumps 3'3": Add $9,000
Jumps 3'6": Add $15,000
Jumps 4': Add $25,000
Jumps over 4': Move to jumper divisions immediately.

10 JUMPING STYLE:
Rox Dene-esque: Add $20,000
Fancy enough to win most places: Add $15,000
Always in the ribbons: Add $10,000
Usually places: Add $5,000
Sometimes places: Add $3,000
Errr...well, it jumps: Add $0
Flips over poles/runs into jumps/causes children to ask their parents "Was that SUPPOSED to happened?"/jump crew's worst nightmare: Subtract $5,000

11 STRIDING:
Subtract $5,000 if it cannot make the strides.

12 PRETTINESS (applies only to horses--all ponies are naturally adorable):
Jaw-dropping gorgeous (and NOT just to you!): Add $6,000
Absolutely adorable: Add $4,000
Handsome: Add $3,000
Attractive/passable: Add $2,000
Average: Add $0
Ugly/misshapen: Subtract $2,000

13 CONFORMATION:
Perfect: Add $5,000
Good: Add $3,000
OK: Add $0
Bad: Subtract $2,000

14 WEIGHT:
Overweight: Subtract $1,000
Underweight: Subtract $3,000

15 SHOW EXPERIENCE:
Never shown: Subtract $5,000
Lightly, successfully shown (probably locally, "c" shows, etc.): Add $2,000
Extensively, semi-successfully shown ("c", "B", some "A" shows, many ribbons, few championships): Add $5,000
WON at "B" shows: Add $7,000
WON at "A" shows: Add $10,000

16 SOUNDNESS:
Never taken a lame step in its life/doesn't colic, etc.: Add $5,000
Minor health problems (abcessed once, etc.): Add $1,000
Larger health problems (bad splints, sore back, etc.): Subtract $5,000
Big health issues (bone chip, colics frequently, was off for a few months, etc.): Subtract $7,000

17 FAME:
At Big Name Barn: Add $6,000
Ridden by/owned by/marketed by BNT: Add $10,000
Won at Big Name Shows, giving the horse a MAJOR name-recognition advantage: Add $10,000

18 OTHER STUFF:
Warmblood: Add $5,000
Off the track: Subtract $5,000
If this is your own horse and you know that you are prone to exaggerating how pretty/fancy/scopy/gentle your baby is, subtract around $10,000.


Gypsy is worth $83,000 !
     
    12-04-2012, 07:44 PM
  #6
Weanling
Sweet! I've got one worth -$2000! :p
     
    12-04-2012, 08:00 PM
  #7
Trained
Rick is worth (less) -3,000!
Psh, coulda told ya that! Hahaha!!!
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    12-04-2012, 08:20 PM
  #8
Teen Forum Moderator
I win, my friends! I was originally going to compete Sour as an in hand hunter (miniature horse) so I did this...

She's...erm...worth...*mumbles* $ -28,000 she can't even jump a stick XD
Glad we stuck to driving. Good grief. I'd have to pay someone the price of a nice new car to take her off my hands! Glad I love her to pieces because she's be doomed in the show ring...
     
    12-04-2012, 08:28 PM
  #9
Yearling
Cowboy is worth 48,000!!
     
    12-04-2012, 08:33 PM
  #10
Started
1BASIC HORSE (eats, sleeps, poops, can't be ridden, handled, etc.): $0

2 AGE:
3 or under- Add $1000
4 or 5- Add $3000
5 to 10- Add $5000
11 to 15- Add $3000
16 to 20- Add $1000
21 to 25- Add $0
Over 25- Subtract $5,000

3 GENDER (Keep in mind, this is for hunters only):
Mare: Add $0
Stallion: Add $0
Gelding: Add $1000

4 HEIGHT:
Upper inch of pony height divisions (12.1-12.2, 13.1-13.2, 14.1-14.2): Add $3000
Upper inch of small horses (15.3 to just under 16.2hh): Add $5000
Big horse (16.3hh to 17.3hh): Add $7000
Measures well over acceptable pony height, but still has permanent measurement card: Add $5000
Measures well over acceptable small horse height, but still holds a small card: Add $7000

5 COLOR
Note: skip this section for ponies, who are exempt from all color rules)
Bay: Add $2000
Chestnut/black: Add $1000
Grey: Add $1000 UNLESS owner takes care of own horse.
Palomino/roan: Add $0
Buckskin/pinto: Subract $1000
Appy: Subtract $2000

6 TEMPERAMENT (ground):
(Note: If your contact with your horse is limited to feeding it carrots once a week after taking it, fully tacked up, from your grooms, AND you plan to keep up this system, please skip this section.)
Gentle: Add $1000
Affectionate: Add $1000
Bites: Subtract $2000
Kicks: Subtract $1000
Cribs: Subtract $2000
Heaves/other respiratory unsoundnesses: Subtract $6000

7 TEMPERAMENT (riding):
Spooks at things on the ground*: Subract $3000
Spooks at fences sometimes*: Subtract $5000
Spooks at fences consistently*: Subract $10,000
Refuses: Subract $10,000
Rears: Subract $7000
Bucks: Subtract $5000
Takes off*: Subtract $4000
Pulls/gets strong*: Subract $1000
Is lazy/slow off the leg: Subract $1000
Never refuses: Add $3000
COMPLETELY, UNFAILINGLY obedient (could quite possibly attempt to run off a cliff you told it to do so): Add $5000
Could probably negotiate the course alone or with minimal help: Add $7000
Difficult to ride (pulls, resists, requires someone other than a useless passenger on its back): Subtract $10,000
Lack of auto lead changes: Subtract $5,000
Lack of simple lead changes: Subtract $5,000
Swishes tail/pins ears while in the show ring: Subtract $2,000
*=IGNORE if you or your trainer plans to ride/show horse only on heavy 'medication'.

8 MOVEMENT:
Could win any hack, anywhere, provided the rider didn't wear the wrong color breeches or something else unavoidable: Add $10,000
Wins in modest company, places in good company: Add $5,000
Appears to be sound and could possibly even win a hack if all other horses were dead lame or wearing unfashionable apparel: Add $0
Trots lame: Subtract $5,000 unless only planning to show in divisions that don't require a jog and that can be won without a hack class. (has arthritis- but does warm up quickly)

9 JUMPING ABILITY (Horses only):
(Note: Choosing a particular height implies that the horse can jump a show COURSE at this height, without knocking over poles or requiring perfect distances to every jump. Basically, if the horse can chip/go long to a certain fence height, THAT is the level.)

Jumps 2'3": Add $1,000
Jumps 2'6": Add $1,000
Jumps 3': Add $6,000
Jumps 3'3": Add $9,000
Jumps 3'6": Add $15,000
Jumps 4': Add $25,000
Jumps over 4': Move to jumper divisions immediately.

10 JUMPING STYLE:
Rox Dene-esque: Add $20,000
Fancy enough to win most places: Add $15,000
Always in the ribbons: Add $10,000
Usually places: Add $5,000
Sometimes places: Add $3,000
Errr...well, it jumps: Add $0
Flips over poles/runs into jumps/causes children to ask their parents "Was that SUPPOSED to happen?"/jump crew's worst nightmare: Subtract $5,000

11 STRIDING:
Subtract $5,000 if it cannot make the strides.

12 PRETTINESS (applies only to horses--all ponies are naturally adorable):
Jaw-dropping gorgeous (and NOT just to you!): Add $6,000
Absolutely adorable: Add $4,000
Handsome: Add $3,000
Attractive/passable: Add $2,000
Average: Add $0
Ugly/misshapen: Subtract $2,000

13 CONFORMATION:
Perfect: Add $5,000
Good: Add $3,000
OK: Add $0
Bad: Subtract $2,000

14 WEIGHT:
Overweight: Subtract $1,000
Underweight: Subtract $3,000

15 SHOW EXPERIENCE:
Never shown: Subtract $5,000
Lightly, successfully shown (probably locally, "c" shows, etc.): Add $2,000
Extensively, semi-successfully shown ("c", "B", some "A" shows, many ribbons, few championships): Add $5,000
WON at "B" shows: Add $7,000
WON at "A" shows: Add $10,000

16 SOUNDNESS:
Never taken a lame step in its life/doesn't colic, etc.: Add $5,000
Minor health problems (abcessed once, etc.): Add $1,000
Larger health problems (bad splints, sore back, etc.): Subtract $5,000
Big health issues (bone chip, colics frequently, was off for a few months, etc.): Subtract $7,000

17 FAME:
At Big Name Barn: Add $6,000
Ridden by/owned by/marketed by BNT: Add $10,000
Won at Big Name Shows, giving the horse a MAJOR name-recognition advantage: Add $10,000

18 OTHER STUFF:
Warmblood: Add $5,000
Off the track: Subtract $5,000
If this is your own horse and you know that you are prone to exaggerating how pretty/fancy/scopy/gentle your baby is, subtract around $10,000.




And it all equals.... $5,000! If only he was worth that much.. lol
     

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