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post #1161 of 7202 Old 07-11-2011, 11:05 PM
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Nah, nothing wrong with that...but to sell your horse because you have to buy a dog kennel? Why would you even include that....

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post #1162 of 7202 Old 07-12-2011, 12:08 AM
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^^Yep, bad advertising more than anything.
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post #1163 of 7202 Old 07-12-2011, 04:16 PM
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Not a horse for sale, but still figured you all might like to read this one:

I am looking for an experienced horse woman in her 50's (or there about) to ride with me on a regular basis. I have two green broke horses and I cannot ride both at the same time.

Riding will ALWAYS be on my property; I do not trailer the horses elsewhere.

Both horses can only be ridden by a very experienced rider, as they are just green broke.

One has a history of abuse. He is very nervous with a rider on his back, frequently thrashing his head about. I will be riding this horse.

The other horse spooks easily, including any sudden movements when mounting. She might buck you off, when you first mount, but after that, she calms down. YOU will be riding this horse.

You will be expected to completely groom and tack up and cool down your horse when riding.

I have English, Western and Aussie saddles, whatever you prefer I have it. You can also bring your own saddle if you prefer.
I am looking for a person who can commit to a regular schedule until at least the end of August.

If you are interested in a REGULAR RIDING SCHEDULE, email me. Tell me your riding history, and how often and what days and times you can commit to ride on a REGULAR BASIS until August.
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post #1164 of 7202 Old 07-12-2011, 04:51 PM
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LOL^^.

"I am afraid of this horse that bucks so I want someone else to put miles and training on this filly for free under the guise of riding with a friend"

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post #1165 of 7202 Old 07-12-2011, 07:07 PM
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Two free companion horses

Approved home only.
Might be nice if you told us a little more... maybe age, why they're "companion" only (i.e. how expensive are their vet bills), and what it takes to get "approved" -- as a starting point.

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post #1166 of 7202 Old 07-13-2011, 11:37 AM
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Nothing blatantly wrong with the ad, but the pictures.... Why is he camped out like that?

Horse palomino for sale - $3500 (los alamitos race track)

Date: 2011-07-1
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Palomino Pony for sale.. He is good to pony and he is a good trail horse. $3500.00 obo


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post #1167 of 7202 Old 07-13-2011, 01:39 PM
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^^That has something to do with how some hispanics train them. For some reason, they want even non-gaited horses to park out that way and when they travel, they are kept on a tight rein to keep their neck up and head tucked (draw reins on a curb bit like can be seen in the pic).
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post #1168 of 7202 Old 07-13-2011, 03:12 PM
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Flashy Leapord Appaloosa Colored Mustang red Mane/tail

LMAO. The red tail has NOTHING to do with the Red dirt seen here in Oklahoma. Its puuuure genetics!

Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world. ~Harriet Tubman
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post #1169 of 7202 Old 07-13-2011, 09:02 PM
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When we went to our Country Co-op (feed store, as well as the only horse store around here) They have a bulletin and on a PRINTED piece of paper, they had a saddle for sale...

English saddle..... It was a picture of a western wintec... on a printed piece of paper... Can't even pretend to not have noticed that.

Horses are scared of two things... Things that move and things that don't.
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post #1170 of 7202 Old 07-13-2011, 09:18 PM
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Riding will ALWAYS be on my property; I do not trailer the horses elsewhere.
The other horse spooks easily, including any sudden movements when mounting. She might buck you off, when you first mount, but after that, she calms down. YOU will be riding this horse.
I am looking for a person who can commit to a regular schedule until at least the end of August.
If you are interested in a REGULAR RIDING SCHEDULE, email me. Tell me your riding history, and how often and what days and times you can commit to ride on a REGULAR BASIS until August.[/QUOTE]


"I'll let you drive to my place and ride my spooky buckin' horse all summer FOR FREE!!! as long as you do it regularly. HAHA
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