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        10-18-2010, 03:34 PM
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    OREGON PEOPLE: If you have $150 and room

    PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, CONSIDER THESE MARES

    Bids starting at $150, some of these mares are broke, some registered
    I believe all of these mares have NO OVARIES. Essentially this is a $600+ value that you'll probably be able to snatch up for CHEAP. No worries about coming in to heat with the 'mare moodies'. No ovaries, no babies! I bet my life that many of these girls are EXCELLENT mounts or with some training, would be perfect riders.
    I myself live on the other side of the country, but if you live on the west coast or around Oregon, please give these mares a chance. I understand that times are hard and many horses are already being shipped to Mexico, but these girls have the added bonus of already being sterilized. If I lived on that side of the country, I would pick a few up as training projects myself.

    I just hate the thought of these girls falling into 'the wrong hands'. A lot of them look really lovely. Originally posted on Fugly, figured it wouldn't hurt to also post it here for those who don't read the blog.
    Registered horses are noted, I figured this could be somewhat important to those looking to show or who just like having papered horses (sterilized or not). From what I read, all are UTD on worming and shots as well.


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    REGISTERED QUARTER HORSE MARE - Bay - 14.2hh - 4 years old - Ground training !Registered!

    QUARTER HORSE DRAFT TYPE MARE - Sorrel - 14.3hh - 5 years old - Little to no ground training

    QUARTER HORSE TYPE PAINT MARE - Sorrel Tobiano-Sabino - 14.1hh - 5 years old - Little to no ground training

    QUARTER HORSE THOROUGHBRED MARE - Bay - 15hh - 5-10 years old - BROKE TO RIDE!

    ???? QUARTER TYPE MARE - Dun - 14.2hh - 5 years old - Little to no ground training/needs trust work

    REGISTERED PINTO MARE - Sorrel Tobiano - 14hh - 6 years old - Some ground training !Registered!

    QUARTER HORSE MARE - Palomino - 6 years old - 14.2hh - Some ground and possible saddle work

    REGISTERED PINTO MARE - Sorrel Tobiano (looks homozygous) - 7 years old - 15hh - Little to no ground training/needs some trust work !Registered!

    QUARTER HORSE MARE - Gray - 5-10 (6-7 guessed) - 14.2hh - Some ground training

    QUARTER HORSE MARE - Sorrel - 10 years old - 14.3hh - BROKE TO RIDE! Hard to catch and stubborn, best for an experienced horse person. Looks like she could go all day long though!

    THOROUGHBRED MARE - Dark Bay - 13-15 years old - 15.2hh - Soundness unconfirmed, shows signs of some training. I would recommend this girl as a pasture puff.

    ARABIAN MARE - Bay - 13-15 years old - 14hh - Easy to handle, but can be difficult to catch. Some ground training.
         

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