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post #1171 of 7202 Old 07-13-2011, 09:41 PM
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^^

Lol basically, "You get to train my horse, and not even pay me to do it!!"

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post #1172 of 7202 Old 07-13-2011, 09:56 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!
LOL, Eliz, that's awesome. What, you aren't aware of the rare gene that colors a horse's mane and tail a beautiful and unique color when that color is nowhere else on his body? It's called the MLP gene.





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post #1173 of 7202 Old 07-15-2011, 08:27 AM
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This ad just completely drives me nuts! I just want to send an email to this person and ask her if she knows anything about horses and what she is getting herself in for!

I am looking to breed my nine year old mare, but cannot afford to pay thousands. She lost a baby with her previous owner at 4 years old and she is the mother hen type of horse, so I mainly want to breed her because I think it would make her very happy. She is a QH/Arab, buckskin/dunn. Very beautiful girl. I am not looking for high breeding, or to sell the foal after. This is for her and not for me. Please email me if you could possibly give me a good deal. Thank you in advance!! =)
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post #1174 of 7202 Old 07-15-2011, 09:42 AM
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This is for her and not for me.
Right. Sure it is. :roll:

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post #1175 of 7202 Old 07-15-2011, 10:27 AM
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Well she probably feels like less of a woman because she isn't a mother. Oh, I mean less of a mare. Wait, what?
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post #1176 of 7202 Old 07-16-2011, 04:11 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.


"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

Bahaha!!

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post #1177 of 7202 Old 07-18-2011, 09:10 PM
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That ad about riding her spooky bucking horse for her absolutely takes the cake. First place in nuttiest ads. How do those kind of people function in life?
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post #1178 of 7202 Old 07-18-2011, 10:22 PM
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I like how he says he specifically wants a 50 year old woman who is experienced to come and ride. Lol! I'm guessing he must be in the same age bracket looking for...someone...someone special. ;)

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post #1179 of 7202 Old 07-18-2011, 11:11 PM
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This was in the local tack shop yesterday...

"To year old carrot bay OTTTTB young stallion. Bit slow and tends to buck. no biting though. measuring 19 hands at the back. i got her off the track last week but its not working so she needs to go. paid 20k
$15,000"

To year old? Or two year old? Carrot bay? Last I checked that orange horse in the picture was more commonly known as chestnut. 19 hands at the back? God, I could go on and on about this one!

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post #1180 of 7202 Old 07-18-2011, 11:39 PM
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This was in the local tack shop yesterday...

"To year old carrot bay OTTTTB young stallion. Bit slow and tends to buck. no biting though. measuring 19 hands at the back. i got her off the track last week but its not working so she needs to go. paid 20k
$15,000"

A to year old? What's a carrot bay? Must of been to a lot of TTTTTracks. Phew, good thing he doesn't bite! 19 hands? He's a **** tall TB! Oh wait, he turned into a she. Its just not working. lol

Man oh man.

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