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post #2621 of 7202 Old 02-22-2012, 09:42 PM
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Hmm...too bad I don't have a Slaughter Approved Home.

Cute 5 yr old mare needs good home

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5 yr old Spanish Barb Mare FREE to good home. Has had 6 rides, lounged, ties, leads, saddles well, hasnt been worked with for a month. Shes got the "arab" flightyness I am moving to where I get a job so sadly I am unable to take her with me. Shes very pretty and sweet, never even bucked when I rode her, just spooked once. Shes smaller about 14HH Not for Slaughter Approved home
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post #2622 of 7202 Old 02-22-2012, 09:46 PM
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Hmm...7 years old, and all they have to talk about is her future. Who wants to bet completely green? And is it me, or does the second picture look photoshopped?

Future reining horse champion

7 year old papered Red Dunn Mare with excellent reining horse bloodlines. She loves to please. Her grandfather took reining champion in 1978 and was featured on the cover of Horseman's Magazine. Will consider a lease option to qualified rider. Don't miss the opportunity to be a reining champion yourself.

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post #2623 of 7202 Old 02-22-2012, 09:48 PM
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Nothing super egregious about this ad, but they're claiming it's a dun, but I'm pretty sure it's a chestnut: gorgeous show horse!!!

This is a beautiful Dun Tobiano gelding, 4 yr old and double registered with APHA and PtHA!! He is a very nice mover, has loads of petential! Off to a really great start but hasn't been ridden much this winter cause I have no where to ride. I have been trying to get him back in shape and ready for the show season. he will be going to a month of training soon so get him before the price goes up!!! Norman loads, clips, bathes, ties, trailers, loads in anything, very mellow and good ground manners. still young but has a great foundation. Sadly, I have to sell, moving in a new direction.

Nsp Perfect Deception Paint


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post #2624 of 7202 Old 02-22-2012, 09:52 PM
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I am NOT a conformation expert, but I'm guessing these hind legs are not ones you'd actually want to breed to? Homozygous black blue roan stallion

AQHA registered 2009 stallion Skip Two Stylin Blue (aqha #5259718) is UC Davis dna base color coat tested AaEE (homozygous black) and will never sire a red based foal when bred to any non-grey mare. He has a deep blue roan color and both parents are roans so there is a chance he is homozygous roan also. Blue has wonderful pedigree that includes awesome working lines like Two Eyed Jack, Skipper W, Leo, King, Dan Waggoner, Joe Hancock, Poco Bueno, Doc Bar, Bert, Oklahoma Star and running lines like Depth Charge, Three Bars, Piggin String, Parkers Trouble, Jet Deck, Go Man Go, Flying Bob, Queenie. He has great conformation and an awesome temperament. Blue is very gentle, calm, and gets along with other horses well. He currently stands 14.2 hands tall and weights around 950 lbs with several years to continue to grow. Blue is for sell, but the buyer needs to have an active breeding program and be experienced with handling stallions. We are asking $3000 firm cash only for his purchase, serious inquires only. Until Blue is sold we are offering a limited number of breedings for the 2012 season (this is Blue's first breeding season). If you are interested in breeding to Blue, please see our ad under the Farm & Garden services section for details. Please email this post if you are interesting in purchasing him for your program. Absolutely NO scams or spam!

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post #2625 of 7202 Old 02-22-2012, 09:54 PM
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OMG! Those legs are horrible! How does that poor horse stand?
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post #2626 of 7202 Old 02-22-2012, 09:57 PM
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I am NOT a conformation expert, but I'm guessing these hind legs are not ones you'd actually want to breed to? Homozygous black blue roan stallion

AQHA registered 2009 stallion Skip Two Stylin Blue (aqha #5259718) is UC Davis dna base color coat tested AaEE (homozygous black) and will never sire a red based foal when bred to any non-grey mare. He has a deep blue roan color and both parents are roans so there is a chance he is homozygous roan also. Blue has wonderful pedigree that includes awesome working lines like Two Eyed Jack, Skipper W, Leo, King, Dan Waggoner, Joe Hancock, Poco Bueno, Doc Bar, Bert, Oklahoma Star and running lines like Depth Charge, Three Bars, Piggin String, Parkers Trouble, Jet Deck, Go Man Go, Flying Bob, Queenie. He has great conformation and an awesome temperament. Blue is very gentle, calm, and gets along with other horses well. He currently stands 14.2 hands tall and weights around 950 lbs with several years to continue to grow. Blue is for sell, but the buyer needs to have an active breeding program and be experienced with handling stallions. We are asking $3000 firm cash only for his purchase, serious inquires only. Until Blue is sold we are offering a limited number of breedings for the 2012 season (this is Blue's first breeding season). If you are interested in breeding to Blue, please see our ad under the Farm & Garden services section for details. Please email this post if you are interesting in purchasing him for your program. Absolutely NO scams or spam!

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Yeah, something definitely looks way off on the hind! Those back are a horrendous trainwreck for legs.

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post #2627 of 7202 Old 02-22-2012, 10:03 PM
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Hmm...too bad I don't have a Slaughter Approved Home.

Cute 5 yr old mare needs good home

Entire text of ad:

5 yr old Spanish Barb Mare FREE to good home. Has had 6 rides, lounged, ties, leads, saddles well, hasnt been worked with for a month. Shes got the "arab" flightyness I am moving to where I get a job so sadly I am unable to take her with me. Shes very pretty and sweet, never even bucked when I rode her, just spooked once. Shes smaller about 14HH Not for Slaughter Approved home
I found the perfect home for this mare^
Lookin for horse for my 7yr old

Please hear the massive amount of sarcasm in my typing...
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post #2628 of 7202 Old 02-22-2012, 10:06 PM
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Nothing super egregious about this ad, but they're claiming it's a dun, but I'm pretty sure it's a chestnut: gorgeous show horse!!!

This is a beautiful Dun Tobiano gelding, 4 yr old and double registered with APHA and PtHA!! He is a very nice mover, has loads of petential! Off to a really great start but hasn't been ridden much this winter cause I have no where to ride. I have been trying to get him back in shape and ready for the show season. he will be going to a month of training soon so get him before the price goes up!!! Norman loads, clips, bathes, ties, trailers, loads in anything, very mellow and good ground manners. still young but has a great foundation. Sadly, I have to sell, moving in a new direction.

Nsp Perfect Deception Paint

lunging Norman. - YouTube

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You'd have to see a picture of the horse's back to know for sure if it's a dun or a chestnut. It has enough color crossing its back to see if it has a dorsal stripe. My BO has a dun that's almost that color.

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post #2629 of 7202 Old 02-22-2012, 10:09 PM
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Yeah, get a one-year-old that towers over your son (not that a 1yo pony or even mini makes any sense, either). Awesome.
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post #2630 of 7202 Old 02-22-2012, 10:11 PM
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Exactly.


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