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post #2131 of 7202 Old 01-18-2012, 12:45 AM
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Streaker - YouTube

Nice horse, stupid person. All the tricks are great, but how about STAND STILL!

Not worth $3800, tho, IMO.
That's messed up! I didn't even watch past the "hoof picking" part... she was kissing at her to lift her feet up.. and she was so naughty with them and wouldn't stand.. and slamming her feet down. Bleh....

That's enough to make me stop watching..

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post #2132 of 7202 Old 01-18-2012, 01:52 AM
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Ah I recently posted some photos from DoneDeal on the Bad Riding live journal.

I saw a lot of quiet/quite (no one seemed to be able to use one or the other correctly), one piebale, and one gielding.

As well as some pretty mediocre riding, and absolutely terrible pictures (when will people learn that blurry cell phone pictures, or pictures of pictures, are not good sale photos).

Ahh thank you! The spelling is HORRIFIC! I'm not brilliant, but at least I can form a sentance together :) They can't spell, can't ride and the horses are normally in a sorry state. That's where we are after getting Simba from - he was (still is at the moment) in a rough way.

As for the riding, I find the majority of lessons here pretty awful. I refuse to board my horses at lesson stables partially due to alot of the standards. I have previously kept them at riding school but both times the ability of the riders/trainers left alot to be desired. Theres a mentality of "oh, you can somewhat trot, dont know what a diagonal is? thats fine, lets jump!". Then there are the ones who don't take lessons but "jockey the horse" - these are the people in the tracksuit/sweatpants and white runners and the socks more than visible and no helmet.
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post #2133 of 7202 Old 01-18-2012, 11:22 PM
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Horse for sale (Newfoundland)

Date: 2012-01-18, 9:15PM EST
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Cheyenne is an Arab/Saddlebred and still growing. She is 2 and a half years old. She green to walk trot. She loads, picks up all four foot, works on lunge. Bare foot, easy keeper and shes a love bug. This horse has a great future as a trail horse .... Has a phenomenal jump too! asking 1000.00 OBO

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SO she is 2.5 years old and has a phenomenal jump?!?! And they want 1000 for her, looks like a cute horse, but you can drive 2 hours and go to new holland and get a horse just like this for under 100 right now! Well broke horses aren't even selling for 1000 in my area!
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post #2134 of 7202 Old 01-18-2012, 11:49 PM
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^^^^ not only that, but a 2 1/2 year old in a bit with leverage?!? I would stay away from their training methods :/

Poor girl's mouth :(
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post #2135 of 7202 Old 01-18-2012, 11:52 PM
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Looks like that's a tom thumb. Unfortunately, a lot of "old school" trainers start horses in a tom thumb. My BO does and he's been training horses for 30 years. He started Aires in a tom thumb, but luckily I got him into a regular loose ring snaffle before any pressure was applied to the bit.

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post #2136 of 7202 Old 01-19-2012, 12:05 AM
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my mom was "old school" for many years. But we had always started all the horses in O ring snaffles. They graduated to tom thumbs when they were around 5 or 6 years old when all they did was neck rein. My mom really thought that the tom thumbs were much less severe than a regular curb bit. She was corrected on that thinking about seven years ago when a trainer explained to my mom that the tom thumbs actually pinch the horses mouth when you pull both reins back in one hand. So, she went back to putting snaffle bits, and bit reining because she still didn't want to try a potentially harsh curb bit.
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post #2137 of 7202 Old 01-19-2012, 12:30 AM
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Hey dude strings and hunters qrt/draft RED ROAN rides and drives.

Hey dude strings and hunters qrt/draft RED ROAN rides and drives. - $1000

Date: 2012-01-18, 6:59PM MST
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Peppermint is a 10yr old qrt draft mare red roan size 4hoof and easy to ride and drive she is easy to handle and has driven in a team before i was told..she has also worked on a cattle ranch sorting and branding as well...call or text only please ********
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"QRT" makes me think it is an abbreviation for Quart, not Quarter Horse which is more commenly abbreviated QH. And is "size 4hoof" a size in horseshoes? LOL


2 yr old QTR horse mare

2 yr old QTR horse mare - $300 ()

Date: 2012-01-18, 2:26PM MST
Reply to: *******@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]


Born 11/09 so she is 2 and acouple of months all ground work is done she is very trained saddle on her back and many months in round pen never had weight on her back. She is out of great bloodline have attached pedigree.

Will trade for hay,milk calve or cash best offer.

She is a doll ready to be taken to the next step.

Call for pics *** *** ****
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When will craigslist users learn that taking a picture of your horse's registration doesn't mean that it is readable. The picture gets shrunk, and this is not the first time that I have seen a seller post a picture of their horse's "good bloodline" and it is never clear enough to read ANY of it



'07 TB Appaloosa Mare
'07 TB Appaloosa Mare - $300

Date: 2012-01-18, 1:47PM MST
Reply to: sale-vbryq-*******@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]


Bambi is a 2007 appaloosa. Her sire has some thoroughbred in him, that has Champion cutter racer lines. Her sire is IMA EASY STORM. Her dam is CC SARCEEAMA L. Bambi is not all the way halter broke, but when she has one on her she does really well with it. All that is needed is to be finished in halter and she is ready to ride. There is a chance she is already registered. Bambi stands around 15+ HH.
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WHAT??? Do I need say more than what I put in bold? Do they even own this horse legally? How could you not know if they are registered when they are only a few years old? And if she were registered, how in the world are you supposed get the papers?

I usually don't find so many dumb ads in my local area
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post #2138 of 7202 Old 01-19-2012, 01:07 AM
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I have a quite 14.5 hand guilding.. well broke lots of trail experience.. I ave put my 8 year old neice on him and led him around he did fine.. priced to sell at $1800 ( sounds like a lot of ads in my area)
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gypsy sport horse - elena

I may be interested in the horse. But the info says "Mare", description says colt. And his sire is a Gypsy Vanner mare...how did they pull that one off? lol

As far as the info saying "Mare". The name says Elena and that's the seller's name so I think she may have been putting her info rather than the horse's. :roll:
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post #2140 of 7202 Old 01-19-2012, 09:19 PM
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Holy long back, Batman! O.o

HUGE 16.3 hand Half-Arabian Mare
HUGE 16.3 hand Half-Arabian Mare - $7500 (San Diego, CA)

Date: 2012-01-18, 2:58PM MST
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EC Peachy Queen 2006 HA Mare 16.3 hands Belle is a huge half-Arabian mare that has been successfully shown in the Hunter Pleasure Division as well as in the Sport Horse Under Saddle sections. She has been off the past year while pregnant, but the baby is now weaned and she's ready to go back to work! A big floaty mover will make her a sport horse or Dressage winner for sure! You could also put her in shoes and be competitive in the Half-Arabian Hunter Pleasure divisions. She has been shown by adults and junior riders. Her offspring has photos available too, as she passed on her height and refinement as a broodmare! $7,500 Breed: Half Arabian
Gender: Mare
Birth Date: Jan 1, 2004
More information at: Reduced 8 Year old 16.3 Hand Bay Mare

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