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        03-04-2008, 10:24 AM
    Wanted mare

    I am looking for a QH or paint mare. I do not care what color she is. She must get a long with other horses be UTD on all Shots.I am willing to go in to PA to get her.I can afford 0-1500.The hight range must be between 14.3 and 16.0hh
    If the mare is regisaterd I would like it to me impressivfe free. I do FQHA horses and I can't register the foal FQHA if there is impressive. I am looking for the Scribbles blood line.

    Youth; Working Cow Horse; Western Riding; Western Pleasure; Trail Horse; Team Penning; Roping; Reining; Ranch Horse; Racing; Pole Bending; Parades; Lesson Horse; Halter; Brood Mare; Barrel Racing; All-Around; 4-H;

    I am also looking for a pony that looks some thing like the one in my picture(chestnut with flaxin main solid). I would like it to be an unnamed foal. Must be a colt also. If any one can help me please pm me.

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        03-06-2008, 12:40 AM
    Hi nybarrelracer,

    I know of a colt that is for sale that is a chestnut pinto. He's a shetland-welsh cross with great breeding. The people that are selling him are letting him go cheap to a good home because they're re-sizing their stud.. He's going for $AU250 gelded or $AU200 entire.. best get in quick though!!
        03-06-2008, 07:21 PM
    Thank you, but I am looking for one that is a sold color like the on in my pic. Other wise I would think about it.
        03-15-2008, 10:55 AM
    horse for sale

    Sierra is a quarter horse/thorobred cross mare, registered qh appendix. She is 17, but acts much younger. 15.3 hands. Has been shown English, but we trail ride, so we use western tack. She also neck reins quite well. Excellent in the ring and on trails! $2,000.
        03-15-2008, 11:03 AM

    Here is Sierra in western tack ready for a trail ride. She is the one my husband is on.
        03-15-2008, 02:31 PM
    Thank you but at the moment I can't afford the 2000I have to buy a new truck first but I will keep you in mind
        06-28-2009, 07:28 PM
    Thumbs up

    I was wondering how far you'd be willing to travel? We live in cass city, michigan.

    I have a 100% foundation bred quarter horse mare. Her registered name is Poco Zippo Pine. Some of the names on her pedigree are :

    Poco Pine
    Pines Plaudit
    Silent Sensation
    Sensational Vision
    Sasy H Star Duster
    Blacks Rythm
    Miss Zipp Reed
    Zippos Zapper

    She has no Impressive/Conclusive in her.

    She's a great girl, needs some work to be finished but she's a fast learner and loves to work. She's a proven trail horse (LOVES!!! Trail riding nothing scares her been up to her knees in lake, in woods, fields, by cars/4wheelers/golf carts, by deer, alone or in groups, on paved/dirt roads, etc )

    She's a trail horse with all around potential for cow horse/show/etc. She's been shown since she was a weanling in halter/showmanship.

    Bathes, clips, loads, tralers, stands for ferrier/vet,etc. Great girl I just had a bad fall off of a different horse and now am terrified of riding horses. I want to keep riding, but on a horse that's a confidence builder. Tango's a great girl and with work I know she could be a great lesson horse but just needs the work put into her. She's for an intermediate up rider right now, but I know with the work she'd be great for anyone to ride, (thet rainer/breeder had originally wanted to use her for lessons until she stopped doing training/lessons)

    We're asking 1200 obo for her, a good home is what we're mainly looking for.

    If you are interested or want any more information or pictures or whtever, let me know. She's such a sweet girl. My email is yasashii_365@hotmail.com (easiest to catch me on it seems)

    Good luck finding your horse!!


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