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    02-26-2009, 09:23 AM
Wanted in Maryland

Me and my Trainer are looking for a Palomino Small horse/Large Pony from 14.2-15.3 hands.

Doesnt have to be fully bomb proof, but enough that he/she knows how to handle a person on them. Also only in the Maryland/Virginia Area.

If anyone could help me look around, please contact me!
Or PM me! :)

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    02-27-2009, 03:40 PM
Availble horses

I am not sure if you would consider a rescue or not....If you would, take a look at www.ac4h.com located in PA. Click on either the "broker owned" or the "AC4H available horses" link in the left hand column. They usually get new horses every week or two. They currently have a few palominos, dunns and buckskins....Some are already pending. Here is on still available, not sure on height.

2-3-9 - Palomino mare approx 10 - 12 yr old Video: $700.00
    03-01-2009, 09:19 AM
She looks like a cute mare, little too stocky though. Very cute face on her.
Thanks for the info though!
    03-07-2009, 08:44 PM
How is the search coming along? I live on MD's Eastern Shore... will definitely keep my eye open for you. What are your plans with the horse... jumprer? English? Western?
    03-09-2009, 06:48 AM
Originally Posted by kim_angel    
How is the search coming along? I live on MD's Eastern Shore... will definitely keep my eye open for you. What are your plans with the horse... jumprer? English? Western?
well we're trying to find a small horse for the lesson girls. We have large ponies and just two smal horses for them but now that theyre getting bigger, they need to advance on horses. And we have all kinds of colors at our farm, but we want a palomino, just to be different and flashy but its so hard finding them. We've seen a couple, but we're having bad luck with everything.

We mainly do hunter/jumpers. Alot of the girls don't jump as high as 2'6. They stay at the 2' range so it doesnt have to be a very big jumper of a horse.
    03-14-2009, 09:40 PM
Where I ride at there is a VERY cute Welsh pony for sale. He is a little smaller than what you are looking for but he is trained and has been shown and everything. He is 13.2hh. If you want to look at him go to Flying Change PHP Home and under "sales" click on "ponies" He is Fox Cry Rose Boutonniere. The farm he is at, which is where I take lessons, is less than 5min. From maryland.
    03-26-2009, 11:57 PM
I have a mare that will make a nice hunter (bought her to be an eventer). She's not QUITE palomino, but my farrier described her as a chocolate palomino. This mare's very unique - liver chestnut coloring with a flaxen (platinum blonde) mane. She stands about 15.1-15.2 hh but has a wide barrel and takes up leg. She's 6, KWPN registered (Dutch warmblood TBx). Just started under saddle a few months ago, w/t/c, hacks out, jumps cute and willingly. Not for a beginner but great project or show horse for someone with experience or time. Located in south NJ (15 minutes from maryland). Asking $6500 but will negotiate to right home.

Contact me at 609-420-9185 if interested in pictures, video or to come see her.

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