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post #2211 of 7202 Old 01-23-2012, 07:44 PM
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I'd like to know on which planet this filly would be identified as a red dun (you'll have to go to the link to see her pictures). She also seems overpriced for what she is:

Registered AQHA Red Dun Filly

Exceptional filly: "Josie", a 2010 foal -- 2 in April. AQHA registered. We have started her gently with imprinting at birth, ground manners and now easy training so she is greenbroke -- 90 days professional training from Rustic Pine Farms. No cantering yet but a great gaming and performance horse potential. All she needs now is time and miles in the saddle. Champion bloodlines: She is out of Dynamite Jac / Boggie's Flashy Jac; dam: Chic Please/Smart Chic OLena. These are reiners and working cow horses. Josie is a true red dun, big mane and tail, perfect confirmation and very fast. 14.3 hands. Quick turn and stop -- very athletic. Clips, bathes, trailers, stands for the farrier. UTD on shots, worming and hooves. She is a great project horse and will pay back over time -- an intermediate or experienced rider is best. She learns very quickly and is very personable. This is a nice horse and a great deal. Boarding and additional training available. $3500
Apparently "bay" is the new "red dun"? lol

And she's not even two and they've already started her under saddle?!

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post #2212 of 7202 Old 01-23-2012, 07:50 PM
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^Maybe they say dun because she looks like she has a dorsal stripe...although it looks to be countershading rather than a dorsal stripe.
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post #2213 of 7202 Old 01-24-2012, 10:53 AM
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What, no pics?

"I have a reg paint stud he is all black but a white blaze he is 5 yrs old green broke would make a nice halter horse or an all around horse.. His bloodlines have skipp , king,leo wimpy, and lots of other good one if kept till summer hewill start training on barrels,reining,and some cow work hes very sweet in ur pocket type of horse he will do anything asked of him Have never used hin for breeding did get with the mares once but was very easy to catch and was prtective of my bf and i when walken him back to gate didnt let any horses around us he was very jentalmen like :) hes a very good boy can send pics if some oneis really intersted Also have a 16 yr old gelding who has done it all but he is a very cowy horse nos when its time to work hes showen a few differnt place and showen in colorado and won me ribbons and took him to fair here a few years ago he got me a 2nd and a resev grand champion he has to go to appoved home only he is the best friend ive ever had ive had him sence he was 3 and he was aboused baddly im asking 6,000 for him no less "


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six grand for a horse, no pics?
And you spell like you're in elementary school...
I also like how you're selling your "best friend"...classy

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post #2214 of 7202 Old 01-24-2012, 10:58 AM
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ive had him sence he was 3 and he was aboused baddly im asking 6,000 for him no less "

She the one abusing him or what? I think most children spell better
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post #2215 of 7202 Old 01-24-2012, 11:50 AM
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lololololololol.

"Logan is 14 hand 14 year old Quarter Horse.
Great Confidence Builder with Brains between the ears!
Logan has taught my daughter so much in the last 3 years - while having fun and being safe. He is perfect for the beginner rider who is looking to start jumping and showing.

Max Jump is 2'6".

He is honest and jumps so cute!
Excellent Stable manners and very easy to catch. He will follow you around the arena or pen. He loads, shaves, blow drys, farrier - you name it!

He cares for his rider - whenever my daughter has fallen off jumping he stops immediately.

Sadly my daughter has gotten too tall for him as her feet are now below his belly.

GOOD HOME IS A MUST!

Price Includes: Bridle, rain sheets, 2 winter blankets - both with necks, winter liner, and 2 fly sheets.
Price: $ 5,500"





I guess this horse is so "safe" that it's worth noting everytime the rider falls off, he stops! The rider must be on the ground a lot...


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post #2216 of 7202 Old 01-24-2012, 11:52 AM
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lololololololol.

"Logan is 14 hand 14 year old Quarter Horse.
Great Confidence Builder with Brains between the ears!
Logan has taught my daughter so much in the last 3 years - while having fun and being safe. He is perfect for the beginner rider who is looking to start jumping and showing.

Max Jump is 2'6".

He is honest and jumps so cute!
Excellent Stable manners and very easy to catch. He will follow you around the arena or pen. He loads, shaves, blow drys, farrier - you name it!

He cares for his rider - whenever my daughter has fallen off jumping he stops immediately.

Sadly my daughter has gotten too tall for him as her feet are now below his belly.

GOOD HOME IS A MUST!

Price Includes: Bridle, rain sheets, 2 winter blankets - both with necks, winter liner, and 2 fly sheets.
Price: $ 5,500"





I guess this horse is so "safe" that it's worth noting everytime the rider falls off, he stops! The rider must be on the ground a lot...
they didnt say if the horse bucked her off and then stopped to laugh at her so to speak.. I mean hey thats falling off and the horse stopping..lol

Make it idiot proof and someone will make a better idiot.
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post #2217 of 7202 Old 01-24-2012, 12:02 PM
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I am wondering about the part that says "shaves, blow drys"... Such strange images come to mind LOL
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post #2218 of 7202 Old 01-24-2012, 12:03 PM
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^^ haha I agree! Sounds like the horse is good if you want to take him to the beauty parlor with you! ;)
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post #2219 of 7202 Old 01-24-2012, 12:26 PM
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lololololololol.

He cares for his rider - whenever my daughter has fallen off jumping he stops immediately.

Sadly my daughter has gotten too tall for him as her feet are now below his belly.

GOOD HOME IS A MUST!

Price Includes: Bridle, rain sheets, 2 winter blankets - both with necks, winter liner, and 2 fly sheets.
Price: $ 5,500"





I guess this horse is so "safe" that it's worth noting everytime the rider falls off, he stops! The rider must be on the ground a lot...
I'm wondering if the stop came before the fall rather than the other way around?
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post #2220 of 7202 Old 01-24-2012, 12:45 PM
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I'm not sure that this ad is bad so much as I'm slightly confused by it. Some experience needed as in needs an experienced rider or the horse needs more training?
Also, it loves to move cows but isn't a cutting horse?

AQHA Gelding-Performance blood lines - $600 (fort collins)

Date: 2012-01-24, 7:08AM MST
Reply to: [email protected] [Errors when replying to ads?]
AQHA Gelding-Performance blood lines--16 hands--16 yrs--I am moving can't afford to take him with me. Sound--good health--some experience needed. Has done--mountain riding, trail, back country, cross country, moving cows. Needs a job, needs to be riden , loves to work-move cows (not a cutting horse), very athletic, lots of energy--UTD on all worm, shots, coggins, float---A very willing partner for right person---To right person only.
If you are seriously interested call or email for more info. Price is neg. The most important thing is he goes to the right person.

970-568-4344 or email

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