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AQHADreams 10-09-2013 09:42 PM

What Is My AQHA worth?
 
This is my little man I've raised since being weaned.
His stats are as follows

Registered Name: Sudansroyalstarlight
Sire: Boogie Starlight
Dam: WYO Peaches
Bloodlines include - Smart Chic Olena, Doc Olena, Peppy San Badger, Hollywood Dun It, Mr San Peppy & Freckles Playboy
Height: 14.3 hh
Current Age: 2 years 5 months (2011 colt)
Colour: Zebra Red Dun w/ either and leg striping & dorsal
Sex: Stallion/Colt

D is UTD on all current vaccinations, great conformation, easy going disposition, kid friendly, he clips, ties, loads & trailers like a dream. D is desensitized (bags/tarps/flags/kids/dogs/quads/vehicles etc)
He lifts each leg, stands great for grooming & farrier
D is well muscled little man with a baby doll head
Bred for reining, cutting, sorting & 1/4 mile racing

(How do I load pictures?)
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AQHADreams 10-10-2013 02:58 AM

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2SCHorses 10-11-2013 09:11 PM

To add a photo, you need to click on the "paperclip" icon on the message tools. It will ask you to upload a file.

AQHADreams 10-12-2013 03:44 AM

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2SCHorses 10-12-2013 08:58 AM

Well, I don't know where you are located, so that makes a difference in the market. BUT, I have a registered QH gelding for sale, similar breeding (Freckles Playboy, Peppy San Badger, Doc O'Lena), and he is dead broke, trained in western neck reining and some roping work, and now he is being trained for Hunter/Jumper. I am selling him for $2500. But I live in the South, and everything here is cheaper and he will be a hard sell unless I 'dumped' him for $500, which I would just never do. But since I can't breed him, I suppose you have to take that into account. A good way to look is to go on Craigslist, Equinenow and maybe Horseclicks and find animals in your area with similar breeding, papers and see what people are selling them for ... make sure to check the listing date, however, so you can see how LONG they've been on the market. If they are on the market for 180 days, the price is probably too high.

CLaPorte432 10-12-2013 12:47 PM

I wouldn't pay more then $1000 for him. that's if I liked him in person.

and if he is as downhill as that picture suggests, I wouldnt buy him at all.
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2SCHorses 10-12-2013 06:12 PM

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Originally Posted by CLaPorte432 (Post 3850393)
I wouldn't pay more then $1000 for him. that's if I liked him in person.

and if he is as downhill as that picture suggests, I wouldnt buy him at all.
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I don't think he could possibly be THAT downhill, so I am assuming it is the angle of the photo, but you should definitely get a photo of each side on LEVEL ground.

CLaPorte432 10-12-2013 10:32 PM

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Originally Posted by 2SCHorses (Post 3852345)
I don't think he could possibly be THAT downhill, so I am assuming it is the angle of the photo, but you should definitely get a photo of each side on LEVEL ground.

Believe it or not, I have seen some that are that downhill. LoL. I do think the angle of the photo is adding to it. Its not a flattering angle at all.
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AQHADreams 10-13-2013 12:54 AM

I'm sorry all ground here on the farm in Saskatchewan is really uneven. Yes, he was on a slope.

ChromedoutDrifter 10-13-2013 11:30 AM

Nice build. I'm sure he could be an awesome little cowhorse. He's cute!


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