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post #2741 of 7202 Old 03-03-2012, 01:44 AM
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I am really hoping that the picture is not current. She is very clean and looks ready to enter the show ring... So I hope that she is only a yearling or two year old (when she was being shown) when they took this picture. One can hope, right?
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Sadly, that's seriously how butt high Aires' half-sister is right now as a coming 3-year-old.

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post #2742 of 7202 Old 03-03-2012, 11:43 AM
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Phew....this ad was hard to get through! Made me dizzy...lol.

2000 16 hands reg name zippin glo lucky.loads hisself in a trailer ,great with the kids,look at the one pic we took them horse camping to the beach,didnt see it till after i developed the pics the one kid is completely under zipster holding his leg to keep him from moving forward.put anybody on him hell follow the rest of the group or hell stand there watching as they all run by doing barrells.each time we have taken him camping i have ben riding a stud horse,so if kmy daughter got into trouble i couldnt help her,this horse took care of her so i could ride my stud and not worry.hes for sale because im counting horses and the number is over 20.zipster was only used 5 times last year,pull him out of the pasture into the trailer off we go.my daughter picked a horse years before this one and she needs to be riding the one she picked,so watching this horse i knew he knew alot more he was kid safe and thats all i cared about,i finally rode him,collect nicely,western pleasure jog to die for,picks up leads two tracks side passes,and im sure theres more,at the end of 20 min ride toatally diffrent horse it was like oh your not a kid,yep i know that,yep i know that too541 659 8855 Dream Weaver Quarter Horses | Breeding and Raising Quality AQHA quarter horses
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post #2743 of 7202 Old 03-03-2012, 05:14 PM
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[QUOTE=DraftyAiresMum;1389616]"Slender and toned" must be synonymous to "herring-gutted and underweight" to these people!

'08 Thoroughbred Filly (HUGE Jump Prospect)

Actually, depending upon how long a horse (not necessarily THIS horse) has been off the track slender and toned may be correct.
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post #2744 of 7202 Old 03-03-2012, 05:36 PM
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Phew....this ad was hard to get through! Made me dizzy...lol.

2000 16 hands reg name zippin glo lucky.loads hisself in a trailer ,great with the kids,look at the one pic we took them horse camping to the beach,didnt see it till after i developed the pics the one kid is completely under zipster holding his leg to keep him from moving forward.put anybody on him hell follow the rest of the group or hell stand there watching as they all run by doing barrells.each time we have taken him camping i have ben riding a stud horse,so if kmy daughter got into trouble i couldnt help her,this horse took care of her so i could ride my stud and not worry.hes for sale because im counting horses and the number is over 20.zipster was only used 5 times last year,pull him out of the pasture into the trailer off we go.my daughter picked a horse years before this one and she needs to be riding the one she picked,so watching this horse i knew he knew alot more he was kid safe and thats all i cared about,i finally rode him,collect nicely,western pleasure jog to die for,picks up leads two tracks side passes,and im sure theres more,at the end of 20 min ride toatally diffrent horse it was like oh your not a kid,yep i know that,yep i know that too541 659 8855 Dream Weaver Quarter Horses | Breeding and Raising Quality AQHA quarter horses
I read that three times; and am still a little confused if this is a kids horse or not LOL
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post #2745 of 7202 Old 03-04-2012, 07:26 AM
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Phew....this ad was hard to get through! Made me dizzy...lol.

2000 16 hands reg name zippin glo lucky.loads hisself in a trailer ,great with the kids,look at the one pic we took them horse camping to the beach,didnt see it till after i developed the pics the one kid is completely under zipster holding his leg to keep him from moving forward.put anybody on him hell follow the rest of the group or hell stand there watching as they all run by doing barrells.each time we have taken him camping i have ben riding a stud horse,so if kmy daughter got into trouble i couldnt help her,this horse took care of her so i could ride my stud and not worry.hes for sale because im counting horses and the number is over 20.zipster was only used 5 times last year,pull him out of the pasture into the trailer off we go.my daughter picked a horse years before this one and she needs to be riding the one she picked,so watching this horse i knew he knew alot more he was kid safe and thats all i cared about,i finally rode him,collect nicely,western pleasure jog to die for,picks up leads two tracks side passes,and im sure theres more,at the end of 20 min ride toatally diffrent horse it was like oh your not a kid,yep i know that,yep i know that too541 659 8855 Dream Weaver Quarter Horses | Breeding and Raising Quality AQHA quarter horses
That ad made my eyes bleed....

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post #2746 of 7202 Old 03-04-2012, 07:57 AM
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Not a for sale ad, but there is a page on facebook I have been following. Its a horse placement site. The admins. claim they want to educate and inform people to all things horse.

So her mother posts that she is a "confirmation expert".
I posted her mistake, in a polite way, to be exact.
"The correct spelling of the term is conformation."
They deleted it., and two other ladies also tried to correct them.
That is pretty stupid to me.

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post #2747 of 7202 Old 03-04-2012, 03:06 PM
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Not a for sale ad, but there is a page on facebook I have been following. Its a horse placement site. The admins. claim they want to educate and inform people to all things horse.

So her mother posts that she is a "confirmation expert".
I posted her mistake, in a polite way, to be exact.
"The correct spelling of the term is conformation."
They deleted it., and two other ladies also tried to correct them.
That is pretty stupid to me.
The Responsible Equine Breeders FB is the same way. If you don't agree with them or point out that they're sounding racist with some of their posts, they will delete the comment and delete you if you keep at them.

((This hasn't happened to me. It's just from what I hear and have seen on their page. The threads are annoying to try to read since half the posts are missing.))
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post #2748 of 7202 Old 03-04-2012, 09:36 PM
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31", broke to ride, 2 yrs old, loves attention, anyone can handle him, comes right to you in the pasture. May take trade.



A 2 year old mini BROKE TO RIDE!!!!!!!!!!!!!


There is someone at my barn who rides their mini I totally understand. Their 3 year old rides him and they even has a saddle and briddle that fits. They just use a drainage girth
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post #2749 of 7202 Old 03-05-2012, 12:00 AM
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There is someone at my barn who rides their mini I totally understand. Their 3 year old rides him and they even has a saddle and briddle that fits. They just use a drainage girth
What on earth is a drainage girth?

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post #2750 of 7202 Old 03-05-2012, 12:03 AM
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There is someone at my barn who rides their mini I totally understand. Their 3 year old rides him and they even has a saddle and briddle that fits. They just use a drainage girth
The issue isn't that its a mini, but that its only 2 years old, eg not fully grown and shouldn't be "broke to ride" yet.

And yeah, what the hell's a drainage girth?

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