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post #2381 of 7202 Old 02-04-2012, 10:54 PM
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mare class b - $100 (xxxxx)

Date: 2012-01-30, 9:50AM EST
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class b mare approx 10 yrs nice horse $100.00 call xxx xxx xxxx cash sale only !
gets along fine with other horses . not really ride able. not presently trained to pull anything
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'Nuff said. Class b....class b what? Towed with a class b hitch? Love the photo quality.
awh... she looks so cute though!
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post #2382 of 7202 Old 02-04-2012, 10:56 PM
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bagged horse manure - $3 (xxxxxx)

Date: 2012-02-04, 9:16PM EST
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One filled grain bag, if five or more wanted price is $2.00 each

Do they really think there's a market for this?? $3 for a grain bag?
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post #2383 of 7202 Old 02-04-2012, 11:11 PM
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2 saddles for large pony. they were purchased for a welch pony. both english($100) and western.($200), they seem to have mostly leather and some non-leather.
only used for one year.

Welch like the grape juice? Is this a grape-eating pony?



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beautiful dutch warmblood mare has been shown hunters and dressage would be good eventer. xxx xxx xxxx
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Look at the picture quality on this one! I can so tell she's gonna make a superb eventer. :roll:
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post #2384 of 7202 Old 02-04-2012, 11:27 PM
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I really really really REALLY hope they just put the saddle on this yearling for show. The saddle is bigger than the poor filly!
AQHA Filly
AQHA Filly - $800 (nw)

Date: 2012-02-02, 2:53PM MST
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Yearling filly. Doc O Lena bred. Very sweet and friendly. Great barrel prospect.

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Not the most flattering pic of this poor filly. lol I'm glad they have a better one!
FILLY FOR SELL
FILLY FOR SELL - $2500

Date: 2012-02-01, 10:17PM MST
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HAVE TO SELL DUE TO MY HEALTH AND CAN'T KEEP HER . SHE WILL BE 2 THIS YEAR SHE IS ONLY 14 HANDS BUT SHOULD GET 15 HANDS TALL SHE IS VERY SWEET CAN TXT ME TO FIND OUT MORE ON HER SHE IS REG WITH APHA

I AM IN HUACHUCA CITY AZ ZIP IS 85616 YOU CAN LOOK IT UP TO SEE HOW FAR I AM

CASH ONLY NO CHECKS PLEASE I HAVE BETTER PIC OF HER JUST TO BIG TO DOWNLOAD ON HERE

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post #2385 of 7202 Old 02-05-2012, 12:32 AM
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I hear ya, CheyenneGirl! We just got a pony today off of CL. She is little, 12 years old, blind in one eye, and no idea what she actually is. However, she needed a home and our Lily needed a friend. So our new "Penny" has a great home with us and we will take the best care of our new friend. :)


sounds like she got herself a good home! i actually just sold a rescue mare, fixed her up mentally and physically. sold her to a nice family. i put her on cl, but let me tell you i had to wade through some wierd people till i found the family she belonged with.

good luck with your new girl!
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post #2386 of 7202 Old 02-05-2012, 02:13 AM
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I just feel so sorry for this poor boy. Only 17 months and being ridden? :/ Oh and his **** sounds like a great mare lmao
Sweet 17 month old colt
"Very sweet 17 month old colt, grade. **** was a quarter horse, sire was a leopard appaloosa, no other information on parents. I think he is going to make a great kids horse. He is very easy to catch. Stands tied, lifts feet and does not spook. He is standing at 14.25 hands. UTD on vaccinations and worming. He is resonding well to pressure and seems to want to please. No buck at all. Better catch this great deal. Make an offer."

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post #2387 of 7202 Old 02-05-2012, 02:27 AM
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I just feel so sorry for this poor boy. Only 17 months and being ridden? :/ Oh and his **** sounds like a great mare lmao
Sweet 17 month old colt
"Very sweet 17 month old colt, grade. **** was a quarter horse, sire was a leopard appaloosa, no other information on parents. I think he is going to make a great kids horse. He is very easy to catch. Stands tied, lifts feet and does not spook. He is standing at 14.25 hands. UTD on vaccinations and worming. He is resonding well to pressure and seems to want to please. No buck at all. Better catch this great deal. Make an offer."
Because, of course, the only requisites for being a kids' horse is that they're easy to catch, stand tied and lift their feet. :roll: And gotta "love" the top right pic of the little girl (maybe, what 8 or 9 years old?) sitting on this 17 month old "kids' horse" without a helmet. I must say, stupid people **** me the h3ll off!
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post #2388 of 7202 Old 02-05-2012, 02:39 AM
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Because, of course, the only requisites for being a kids' horse is that they're easy to catch, stand tied and lift their feet. :roll: And gotta "love" the top right pic of the little girl (maybe, what 8 or 9 years old?) sitting on this 17 month old "kids' horse" without a helmet. I must say, stupid people **** me the h3ll off!
Agreed, the sad thing is; other than the cow hocks and long pasterns, this colt could make someone a nice trail mount. But, being ridden at 17 months would definitely scare me off as a buyer. He could have some serious issues. :( Some people shouldn't have horses.
And of course the child had to ride without a helmet, it shows how trustworthy the colt is! NOT! People are ridiculous.
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post #2389 of 7202 Old 02-05-2012, 02:47 AM
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Heck, I just realized that with the requisites these people are making for a kids' horse, my Aires would make a phenomenal kids' horse! :roll:
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post #2390 of 7202 Old 02-05-2012, 06:39 AM
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mare class b - $100 (xxxxx)

Date: 2012-01-30, 9:50AM EST
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class b mare approx 10 yrs nice horse $100.00 call xxx xxx xxxx cash sale only !
gets along fine with other horses . not really ride able. not presently trained to pull anything
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'Nuff said. Class b....class b what? Towed with a class b hitch? Love the photo quality.

class b is a size thing with mini's. Class a under 34 inches class be 34 to 36 or 38 inches. Just means she is a taller mini.

And really I do agree with all of you on people riding young horses, nothing ****es me off more then someone riding a baby! No better way to ruin them! Personally I would rather wait until 3 before light riding and then 4 for heavier stuff, would rather have a horse that I can ride into its late 20's rather then a horse that's ready for pasture at 10 because of knee and hock arthritis!
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