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post #2361 of 7202 Old 02-03-2012, 10:58 PM
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Lol!! Named after Elizabeth taylor! That's cute, the filly especially!
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post #2362 of 7202 Old 02-03-2012, 11:30 PM
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I wonder if naming a colt after Brad Pitt and posting a picture of him in the ad would help sell the colt?
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post #2363 of 7202 Old 02-04-2012, 01:17 AM
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horse sadle

horse sadle - $300 (sandpoint)

Date: 2012-02-02, 10:25PM PST
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have a hore satle some items new others used. need it sold moving out of storgage unit no place for it and need the money!
believe the seat is 16" and the sadle might be a barle sadle mix... so i have been told. itaso has silver/gold emblems on it.
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208-255-8815 make offer. call to see.no pics at this time

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National Show Horse Gelding

National Show Horse Gelding - $400 (Sagle, ID)

Date: 2012-02-02, 2:03PM PST
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Hickory is still for sale. He is approximately 10 years old, 16 hh, and is believed to be Arab/Saddlebred aka NSH. He is not for beginner. He needs someone who will always be the boss and not let him take control. He will test the limits to make sure that you are the boss. I would love to get rid of him soon. He is not safe for my toddler age children to be around as he does kick mostly at the dog, but also at people if he doesn't want to messed with. He has attitude in excess and will run into the ground. He is difficult to stop and needs retraining. He feels the bit but doesn't respect it or the rider if and when he gets the idea that you are not the boss any more.
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I am glad that she is honest, but I think she will have some difficulty selling him even at the price he is listed for.
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post #2364 of 7202 Old 02-04-2012, 01:21 AM
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National Show Horse Gelding

National Show Horse Gelding - $400 (Sagle, ID)

Date: 2012-02-02, 2:03PM PST
Reply to: [email protected] [Errors when replying to ads?]
Hickory is still for sale. He is approximately 10 years old, 16 hh, and is believed to be Arab/Saddlebred aka NSH. He is not for beginner. He needs someone who will always be the boss and not let him take control. He will test the limits to make sure that you are the boss. I would love to get rid of him soon. He is not safe for my toddler age children to be around as he does kick mostly at the dog, but also at people if he doesn't want to messed with. He has attitude in excess and will run into the ground. He is difficult to stop and needs retraining. He feels the bit but doesn't respect it or the rider if and when he gets the idea that you are not the boss any more.
Thanks for looking. Please call, text, or e-mail with any questions.
Elizabeth
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  • Location: Sagle, ID
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You know what's really sad is that his behavior sounds a lot like my old gelding when I started working with him.

And I love how her helmet is hanging on her saddle with this apparently difficult to handle horse.
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post #2365 of 7202 Old 02-04-2012, 01:37 AM
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You know what's really sad is that his behavior sounds a lot like my old gelding when I started working with him.

And I love how her helmet is hanging on her saddle with this apparently difficult to handle horse.

Probably put her helmet there for the pictures she is posing and smiling for. Because the moment they really started going, that helmet would be gone, and I doubt that the gelding is sweating from a slow paced walk on the trails.
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post #2366 of 7202 Old 02-04-2012, 01:48 AM
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Probably put her helmet there for the pictures she is posing and smiling for. Because the moment they really started going, that helmet would be gone, and I doubt that the gelding is sweating from a slow paced walk on the trails.
Meant it more in the sense that she actually trusted him enough to take her helmet off while still on his back. lol

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post #2367 of 7202 Old 02-04-2012, 02:20 AM
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Meant it more in the sense that she actually trusted him enough to take her helmet off while still on his back. lol
Personally, I really don't think she trusts him. I rode a gelding for several years that I wouldn't trust. Completely different reasons than her gelding though. Most of those years happened before helmets were common to use for trail rides -not that a helmet would have saved my tail bone from getting busted. I would smile and pretend to be having a good time (even if my gelding was being a nutcase) for some pictures on the trail. She has a lot of bad things to say about him and has no focus on what he can do well in light of the bad. Which tells me that she really doesn't like him, and wants him gone asap.

edit: she has absolutely NOTHING to say that is a good virtue, she rips him up and down in what he does badly at. Maybe he is great at trailering, picking up his feet, bathing, stands well tied, or some other ability that he does well -but she has no interest in what he can do right.

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post #2368 of 7202 Old 02-04-2012, 02:21 AM
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Oh, I'm not disagreeing with you in any respect, Sunny.

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post #2369 of 7202 Old 02-04-2012, 08:38 PM
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So basically they are asking 2000 for a mini that isn't trained for anything..hmmm high hopes much?? Shes cute but there is no way I'd pay 2000 for her.
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post #2370 of 7202 Old 02-04-2012, 08:42 PM
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So basically they are asking 2000 for a mini that isn't trained for anything..hmmm high hopes much?? Shes cute but there is no way I'd pay 2000 for her.
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Yeah, $2,000 is a bit much for a champion animal or "potential" for cart pulling or backpacking. Already 8 years old and isn't trained for anything.


But she is a cutie. Just not worth the 2k IMO
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