So, two of the horses I have been working with are for sale. The owner is having financial problems and may have to move to another state where she can only bring three of her horses. These two need additional training so she is hoping to find a good home for them, as she is advertising them as 'price negotiable to good home'. The belgianxpaint has apparently been saddled and ridden around with someone leading her, we have only worked on lunging her - she's just lazy, wants to grab grass wherever she can. The andalusian is high spirited and a bit sensitive as far as he will not respond favorably to 'cowboying' him. I have worked with him on a lunge line and he is a gorgeous mover. Just posting on here to get the word out. The paintxbelgian is 98% white all over, one brown patch on the side and one brown ear - two blue eyes. The andalusian is like a dark bay color. I have a picture of the belgian cross, not sure how to post pictures on here though
you should see the andalusianx! I was going to take pictures of him today but had a bad day and didn't get him out. I was told she wants $2000 for each of them anyway, which is rediculous considering they are green and not registered. Guess she doesn't REALLY want to sell them :roll:
omg!!!! my friend has a horse that looks like that!!!!!!! all white with one brown ear!!!! except his is the other ear!!! he also has a small brown patch on his side. but you really cant see it bc its kinda on his belly.........weird.
we are just south of Tampa, about an hours drive from there. It's about a 7 1/2 hour drive from my part of florida to atlanta georgia. She is a sweet mare but needs training. I have been working with her on a lunge line and basic stuff like standing for grooming. I believe I mentioned earlier that she was ridden 'pony ride' fashion - saddle on her but being led by another person while someone was on her back
Oops! I'm very sorry, I thought I already posted one. This computer is very, very unreliable.
Anyway, I talked to my means on transportation (I got a license put am scared to pull a trailer) and she said that gas required to go from central GA to Tampa would just be way too much. I guess we could go, but then we wouldn't' have enough money to feed the poor horse after we got back.