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    10-03-2009, 11:21 AM
  #11
Yearling
The more you tell me the worse I feel for her.. Where the other mares in any better shape? 27 years old and they bred her again? Darn, some people just get under my skin. Yes I agree $500 is way to much. You can buy confirmationally correct foals with a great set of papers right now for that where I am at...

Yeah they will have a great home. I am only keeping the two mares though..The two little colts are going to my neice and nephew. They recently found out my nephews little mare won't breed and he has had her for years and rode her but when he outgrew her he wanted to breed her and have one of her colts to raise for his 3 year old stepsister and then his dog got out of the kennel and got hit in the road so he hasn't had a good past few days and I think the colts will help him get over his dog easier. And they will have a great home with him :)
     
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    10-03-2009, 11:35 AM
  #12
Weanling
No they were not, none of the 4 were in good shape other then being well fed. There are other ways to neglect a horse though other then feeding. The mother's hooves were sled runners. There was no way that she couldve had a hoof trim 3 weeks ago. She looked like it had been a year since her last trim. The stud and other mare were both lacking in hoof care. Stud had a bad scissor bite, although couldve been from age. She wanted 1000 for all of them. Nobody is going to give that much for 3 ederly horses and a foal in this market, not in their current state, lack of training and conformation. There was a 21 year old stud here in IN that had good breeding, ex show horse, cart and halter trained that was just given away to a good home. She said before I left that if anybody came by and wanted to buy all 4 of them that she was going to do it. For 1000 dollars.. good luck.. is all I have to say. She would be very unwise not to take my offer on her. I even opted to buy her without the papers, which I feel would be useless. I don't feel she would be breeding or show quality due to her confo and overbite..so.. Im not even going to ask for them.. If she even has papers on her... since.. she couldnt tell me anything about the parents.. never even opted to give registered names on them.
     
    10-03-2009, 12:22 PM
  #13
Yearling
I don't even know what to say.. I really hope you are able to get her though. Please keep me updated. And good luck with the owner.
     
    10-03-2009, 12:31 PM
  #14
Foal
Aww. As others have said already, I do hope that she will take your offer so the little one will be given a good home with you.
     
    10-03-2009, 12:42 PM
  #15
Weanling
Yeah, I mean I may not even get a response back but if she doesnt respond by tonight.. I'll give her a call tomorrow and talk with her about it. I know that if I were selling a mini that was less then quality in this market I would consider any offer but maybe in her mind she truely believes that that horse is worth that much. Maybe she's just marketing her that high for color.. I don't know.. but I would consider an offer of 150 for a horse that is worth less then 300 dollars. She's had them up since atleast Sept. 5th.. Which will be a month now.. and she said she's been getting alot of calls about the filly but nobody's visited... because they believe she's still on the mother.. I believe that's a crock.. I think she's had other people come by and see her.. and they have walked away the same as I did.. If she's been getting alot of calls and emails about her since Sept. 5th.. she's bound to have had somebody come out.. Most buyers in this market wouldnt even consider taking her on, not being wormy, unsocialized, unbroken for halter or lead, bad hooves and atleast one that will need corrective trimming for the next month or so... squalid condtions.. and no known pedigree. Most buyers would want to know about pedigree, registery, would expect her halter and lead broke... most buyers would want to see her outside of the stall.. and not just look at her while the mother swings around protectively to block her... There is a competitive market right now.. why pay 500 on a less the correct foal when you could get a show quality, correct, lead and halter broke, nicely pedigreed foal for less then 300.. I just saw a 2 year old gelding, show experience, buggy broke and registered with great bloodlines sell for 300 dollars ... I wouldve jumped on it..but it was too far.
     
    10-03-2009, 01:00 PM
  #16
Yearling
I completly agree with you. I also this it would be wise for her to accept you offer and give the other three to good loving homes where they will be taken care of retired from breeding, poor things.
     
    10-03-2009, 01:11 PM
  #17
Weanling
I bought Sarah for 450.00 dollars. 3 years old. Handled daily and registered with great bloodlines. She was even broke, ofcourse she'll never be ridden here. She had better confo then any of the 4 she had there. She was worth the money though because she was marketed according to her abilities, confo and pedigree. She was a good buy. I have my doubts that she will. People like that usually wont accept a penny less then what they want and truly believe their animals are worth that much.. so I doubt I'll hear back from her.. or If I call tomorrow she'll tell me she's been sold.. :P
     
    10-03-2009, 01:16 PM
  #18
Yearling
Very true.
     
    10-03-2009, 01:49 PM
  #19
Weanling
Yeah, but maybe she will. You don't think that email was too mean do you?
     
    10-03-2009, 01:53 PM
  #20
Green Broke
If the owner cared at all about the little mare, she would GIVE her to you. Obviously those conditions were terrible. ( you could see the poop in the photos ) I do not think at all that you were mean in the email. You were very mature about it!

How much was she originally asking for the filly anyways?
     

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