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    02-08-2008, 09:10 PM
How much would you pay?

So I was just curious about how much I could get for Dolly






9 years old






1-2 (1=calm, 10=spirited)



Disciplines (suitable or trained)

All around prospect.


She has great attitude calm as can be under any situation.
Very polite. She will need a little refresher
Due to not being ridden in 9 months. Current pasture
Pet (previous owners didn't work with her like the should
Have) we are going to work with her every day and
Cut down on here feed to drop about 150 pounds.
Loves affection, stands for farrier, good with other animals, UTD shots and coggins.
Easy to vet, great ground manners.
Owners said she had tons of trail miles and would be in the front, middle, or back.
Veeery trainable in the two weeks I have had her she has never been anything
But a big dog, I have done many first things with her and she never gives me attitude. Eager to please.

Great during retraining
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    02-08-2008, 11:19 PM
I'm not sure what prices are like over there, but i'd say $1500 to 2000 maybe?
    02-09-2008, 12:02 AM
Green Broke
Depends on where you are and what the market's like there. It's not the greatest here so I'd say closer to $1000 if she hasn't had much work. You could get on a website like or, fill in criteria that matches hers, and see what horses of her caliber go for in your area.
    02-09-2008, 03:20 AM
I guess prices must vary a lot, depending on where you are. Around here, one can buy a (ridable) paint that size for between $350-$400.
That one may bring a little more as a kid's horse though, due to it's calm nature.

That is a very nice looking of the prettiest Mustangs that I've ever seen.

    02-10-2008, 07:31 AM
Here in louisiana they are mustangs are going very cheap they run with no certificate not broke $250 and with certificate and some what broke they are going for about 800 to 1000.they are very short in size and alot of people now days want taller.please don't get me wrong I think they are beautiful and she is very beautiful but not worth I have seen one here imported from spain with cert and broke going for 3500.and WOW she was gorgus.all that matters is that you are happy with her she is a beautiful creature.
    02-13-2008, 01:50 PM
$300 max.
    02-13-2008, 10:54 PM
I'd at least expect to pay $1000+. $1000 being the lowest. She is a pretty little thing
    02-13-2008, 11:39 PM
By the way, I'm not trying to be rude when I said my price. But it's only because she's a mustang, not that I have anything against them but I'm a QH person. Also she's a wee little tyke. I'm for a bigger horse. That's just how biased I am. Sorry for any offense that may have been taken.
    02-13-2008, 11:39 PM
Wow I like her! One thing you really have to put into deciding her price is the market right now. An unregistered mustang who hasn't been worked with in 9 months.... hard to sell. She is nice though. I won't put a price on her, I don't know her well and I would have to ride her to be sure.
    02-14-2008, 10:17 AM
Green Broke
Ehh. I say about 500 maybe less

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