|Whisper22 ||09-05-2011 05:07 PM |
Thought I had Persia sold, still up for sale.
I'm really bummed! I thought I had her all but sold. The lady was supposed to pick her up and pay for her this morning, but flaked out. I've been holding her for this lady, and not reposting her ads because I was convinced she was going to a good home and I was excited about that.
Oh well, she's up for sale again.
6yr old Percheron/QH mare. 60 days professional training. Clips, bathes, and loads in a trailer.
She does crib but I havn't run into anyone interested in her that thought it was a big deal. She's almost never does it when she's out with other horses. She's perfectly healthy and a super easy keeper.
We are located in Arizona.
|WickedNag ||09-05-2011 09:07 PM |
Sorry to hear she backed out but no money down, horse is not sold. Don't hold without payment.
|kayleeloveslaneandlana ||09-05-2011 09:09 PM |
How much are you asking?
|Whisper22 ||09-05-2011 10:17 PM |
WickedNag, yeah I know. Lesson learned. She just seemd like a really nice lady and I was excited.
Kaylee, I'm asking $1000 but I'm flexible on the price.
|Whisper22 ||09-05-2011 10:19 PM |
I'll post new pictures soon. These were just from the other day, but her trainer has spent a lot of time making her look even better to help me out.
|jrcci ||09-05-2011 10:24 PM |
|Whisper22 ||09-06-2011 12:58 AM |
|my2geldings ||09-07-2011 06:27 PM |
Waw she's a nice looking mare.
|Whisper22 ||09-18-2011 01:25 PM |
I am beyond excited for Persia. A man came and looked at her last Monday, just looked, but really liked her. Her trainer was out of town but I told the man if he wanted to come back on Saturday she would be there and he could se her being ridden and pretty much everything she knows how to do. So he says he wants her but he'll wait till Saturday so he can see all that and talk to her trainer.
So that was yesterday. The man came, he saw, still loved her and bought her from me. The exciting part is that she's going to Pine, AZ which means cooler weather all year round and he also has 20 acres with lots of grass. He knows she's a cribber but his land is pretty ideal for her. Plus I can drive past his field and see her whenever I want. If the lady from Tuscon had bought her like she was supposed to, none of this would have been possible.
She was such a good girl yesterday too. She hasn't been trailered for over a year when I bought her. I wasn't there to see her being loaded because she came from California, so I was just hoping that she wouldn't pitch a fit. Her trainer didn't even have to walk her in, she just sent her and she got on all by herself, like she's done it a million times. I'm so happy for her I could cry.
|EthanQ ||09-18-2011 02:02 PM |
wow she's beautiful....and stout!
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