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    05-29-2012, 11:43 PM
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Weanling
Smile Looking to buy a horse (Quebec, Canada)

As the title say's i'm looking to buy a horse, I live in Hudson area not far from the Ontario border. I don't care about color, great temperment is a must, nothing too crazy but not a deadhead either lol. I would prefer one between the ages of 4-8 at least 16 HH and a gelding is preferable.

As for breed, nothing drafty, and nothing built downhill. I plan on doing dressage with him and some hacking around. Green broke is fine, I have a trainer. (I know I know i'm not asking for much) Thanks in advance
     
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    06-05-2012, 12:16 AM
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Weanling
Buuumping!
     
    06-05-2012, 12:24 AM
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Bumping for you, good luck
     
    06-06-2012, 09:32 AM
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    06-06-2012, 09:05 PM
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Trained
How far are you wiling to haul? I've got a superb coming three year old black gelding that is ALL legs and super dressage / endurance prospect. His full brother (also for sale) is 15.1 as a coming five year old.
     
    06-07-2012, 10:40 AM
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Weanling
Thank's for the reply WSArabians! It totally depends on cost for hauling, im right on the QC/ONT border. I would assume that hauling companies would give estimates.

Any idea how big he's going to be? I have no preference as to breed, (do looove arabians, WB, TB, and andalusians!) Confo pics would be great, and price?
     
    06-10-2012, 02:26 PM
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Trained
I'll have to try and get some better pictures of him, I'm just away at work right now, but here's a link to an add of his with a few pictures.
Beautiful, TALL BLACK Morab gelding! Sport Horse/Dressage pros. - Edmonton Livestock For Sale - Kijiji Edmonton

His full brother right now is 15.1, and he's almost as tall as he is (14.3 1/2) and I expect he'll get right around Rev's height.
He's out of my Khemosabi bred stallion (now gelding) that I bought from Minnesota - R Classic Touch, Khemosabi, The Real McCoy and Silver Drift bred. Morgan side has a lot of performance Morgans that go from Driving to Cutting to English Pleasure.

And this guy can MOVE. He's got a superb open shoulder that allows him incredible movement and length of stride.

Also have two full brother, who's a coming two year old. Here's his brother's add, for Drifter:
Going Dressage or Sport Horse? Take a look! - Edmonton Livestock For Sale - Kijiji Edmonton


And Rev:
Looking for a sensible horse to ride? Come meet Rev! - Edmonton Livestock For Sale - Kijiji Edmonton

And this would be daddy to all three. :)

Stunning Arabian Gelding from Working Western lines! - Edmonton Livestock For Sale - Kijiji Edmonton

My hauler is heading down that way, and I can definitely put in a quote offer if any look good to you. :)
Best way to get ahold of me is email - wsarabians@yahoo.ca
     

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