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    09-24-2012, 09:10 AM
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?! Not a Dealer ya right!

11 yr old mare - $1350 (Mount Pocono)

Date: 2012-08-21, 10:20AM EDT
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11 year old flashy mare will make a nice show horse already a great trail horse will go through and over anything better suited for an advanced beginner rider she is about 16 hands and very gentle and easy to be around no vices




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She has more that are under weight and asking alot for them wth people!
I hate people who dream of making millions selling horses they probably got for free thinking the market is booming for unfit under weight horses. Wake up people!

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    09-24-2012, 09:43 AM
What is it with PA? All these under weight horses going for thousands of dollars? Are they smoking something or what This is another PA horse for sale
Registered 5 y/o Great Mount, Show Potential - $1700 (Greenfield Twp)

Date: 2012-09-22, 5:21PM EDT
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Wonderful 5 year old registered quarter horse. He rides quietly alone or with a group. He has great potential to be finished as a show horse, or put him to use working some cows. Whatever he is finished in, he will excel and be a great safe reliable mount. Regrettably selling him due to school. He stands quietly for vet and farrier and has no trailering issues.Breed: Quarter Horse
Gender: Gelding
Birth Date: Jul 1, 2007

Call Juli at: 9082466341 or 9082466341
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    09-24-2012, 10:47 AM
I'm not surprised that second fella is quiet.. he probably doesn't have the energy to move.

Look at it this way.

At least she is selling them, and hopefully they will find the homes they deserve. Double edged sword, but every cloud... right?
    09-24-2012, 11:07 AM
Yeah that happens here in kansas too!

Usually down here the ad also states that the horse is in "training" and the price will go up... as apparently that's supposed to hook people into paying over a grand for a thin horse that basically just neck reins... puh lease.

Im evil therefor when I see ad like this I post a reply ad basically saying the person is insane, instead of flagging. Usually gets them to delete the ad, or lower the price to a more appropriate one.

Im all for these horses being sold away from these idiot, but if someone is willing to pay that for a horse like this, then that tells me they are also an idiot.
    09-24-2012, 07:01 PM
I agree its great they are selling them but I feel they would be alot more successful if they were priced realistically. All they are going to get is some angry people and a few laughing ones. Not good if they are doing business. In my opinion anyways. They have a colt weanling looks a heck of alot better then the older ones and he was only I think 500 bucks.

    09-30-2012, 12:51 AM
Mount Pocono is less then 10 miles from me lol, here is another one, probably from the same people, this has to be one of the most misshapen horses I've ever seen!
3 Yr Old Gelding

And what is that white mark on this horses leg? I've never seen anything like that before.
12 Yr Old Mare
    09-30-2012, 12:58 AM
Green Broke
Wow^^ that second horse in the first thread..:/ and then the three year old from the above thread.. sad.. I wish hay prices would go down..

and stupid people couldnt own horses.. not that hard to tell if a horse needs to gain weight..
    09-30-2012, 01:19 AM
Originally Posted by barrelbeginner    
wow^^ that second horse in the first thread..:/ and then the three year old from the above thread.. sad.. I wish hay prices would go down..

and stupid people couldnt own horses.. not that hard to tell if a horse needs to gain weight..
Sad part is hay prices here haven't really gone up at all, they are right around $4-5/bale
    09-30-2012, 01:21 AM
Green Broke
Oh wow its close to 11$ here.. no excuses still though!
    09-30-2012, 01:52 AM
It's $15 where I'm at!
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