Chincoteague Ponies for sale- will deliver anywhere!!!
I am in a bit of a crunch here in CA. The hay prices are going astronomically high due to shortages so they say... I need to find good homes for a few of the Chincoteagues. I have for sale a sorrel three year old gelding and a bay yearling colt. Asking $1500, and $1200. They are both gorgeous and would make excellent show ponies. The gelding is about 13.2 hands and the yearling is already that so he will probably be 14- 14.2.
I would also consider selling the herd stallion who is wonderful! He's a chestnut pinto. I will ask more for him but needs to be the right home. I paid $3500 for him. So, I'll go from there. Even though I may be in a pinch, I will consider great homes only. That's why I'm putting this out on the forum. Seems like real horse people here who are in it for the duration!
I am just starting to saddle the three year old. The stallion is broke but I have not personally ridden him. The yearling was born here and is tame as a dog!
We are willing to deliver them anywhere if you can cover our fuel.
Sold the three year old gelding yesterday. Kind of sad but seems to be a nice home for him....
Now looking mostly for a home for the bay yearling. He is really gorgeous and would be a great stallion prospect.
I wish I had the money. :(
So do I :lol:
Payments are possible....:wink:
If we find other horses that need delivery anywhere along the way or back, we could possibly get our fuel covered...If you decide you are seriously interested, we can see what we can put together...
I'll have to talk to my dad but as of right now I don't think we will have a place for another horse till aug/september. I really do like the little bay though.
He is a darling. He really imprinted well when he was born. I will post it on here if he sells. Otherwise, please keep him in mind. :D
I may be considering an offer from someone who wants to trade a filly for him. It doesn't help the number of mouths to feed problem, but it would help my "stallions per acre" problem! :) And if I have him much longer I will geld him.
Can't help you out other then to empathize with your hay pain. :( Shortages here, too. Hay is costing me literally twice as much as last year this time.
Love your avatar...
The cost of my 20 horses is suddenly that of 40 horses for me....It is really frightening me. :cry:
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