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    01-19-2007, 12:42 PM
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Looking to buy a quarter horse

Hi, I'm new here and I am looking for sorrel or bay AQHA mare in the Dallas Texas area. My Father-in-law wants to buy it as a late Christmas present for my husband and me. It can be broke or greenbroke since I've broke horses all my life. Age from 2 to 6 years is preferred. Most important is that I need one that is 14 to 14.2 hands. We have one that is 15.2 hands, but I have to ride her with a saddle because I'm just a bit too short to jump on her bareback. I really hate riding with a saddle. My husband is a newbie so he prefers riding with a saddle, so he's got it made. She'll be spoiled rotten--we have a great 12 acre place just out of Ennis with lots of coastal burmuda and winter grass, 2 barns and a pond.

Hope someone can help me.
Thanks,
Janada Patton
gunchick@airmail.net
     
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    01-19-2007, 01:55 PM
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Weanling
Topic moved by Skippy! To Horse Classifieds
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Since you are looking to buy a horse, i'll move this from the introductions forum to here for ya! Welcome to the Horse Forum!
     
    01-20-2007, 08:36 AM
  #3
Foal
We are in Georgia but could haul if we can find something that works for you. Any particular color? Age ? Mare or gelding? Price range?
     
    01-20-2007, 08:45 AM
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Foal
Oops! Just price range. Guess I was a little distracted
     
    02-08-2007, 04:33 PM
  #5
Foal
Hi Skippy,

Thanks for moving that for me. I'm a bit limited on how much pc time I have right now--no cable or DSL where I moved (I'm at work). But it's worth it cause I have 2 beautiful horses--so far. But I still am looking for 2 more. I always wanted a horse "herd" but Dad had so many cows he'd only let me have one at a time.

Anyway, back to work. And thanks again.
Jan
     
    02-08-2007, 04:39 PM
  #6
Foal
Howdy Horsebiz,

Thanks for the reply but, yeah, looks like we are a bit far from each other. I'm having a time just finding horses on the south side of Dallas! I live an hour and half south of there and hauling a horse through downtown Dallas is a nightmare.

TTYL,
Gunchick
     

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