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post #2891 of 7202 Old 03-17-2012, 11:13 PM
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I bet you're right, neonpony. :-/

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post #2892 of 7202 Old 03-17-2012, 11:41 PM
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Although I don't know of a ministry who would publicly say something sucks...
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post #2893 of 7202 Old 03-18-2012, 09:10 AM
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Although I don't know of a ministry who would publicly say something sucks...
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You know, I was thinking the very same thing! Although many of the younger people I know would say something like that without even thinking.
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post #2894 of 7202 Old 03-18-2012, 10:12 AM
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Totally agree, also I would like to add; I have NEVER seen a stallion who has a different stud fee for registered vs. unregistered mares...
I have seen it here pretty often. Here is an ad for a gypsy vanner stud.
$500.00 and up
GHA registered Gypsy Vanner @ stud


Here is another bad ad for a stallion. What makes him so great that he is still a stallion??



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post #2895 of 7202 Old 03-18-2012, 03:12 PM
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Totally agree, also I would like to add; I have NEVER seen a stallion who has a different stud fee for registered vs. unregistered mares...
I have not seen it with registered vs unregistered of the same breed, but it's not uncommon for charging less for mares of a different breed, at least in the Gypsy Horse world. Crossbreeds sell for significantly less than full-breeds so it makes sense to have a lower stud fee for those horses. Some people want crossbreeds for sporting/showing or for some a half-breed is as close to owning a Gypsy horse as they'll ever get due to their prices. Just sharing what I've heard and have known. When I was going to be getting a stud, his fee was going to be $200 less for non-gypsy mares. Just how it is.
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post #2896 of 7202 Old 03-18-2012, 03:21 PM
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It is also very common for Arabian stallions to offer less for crossbreeds. Because of the half Arab registry, any foal born from a purebred Arab is eligible to be registered no matter what the other horse is (registered or grade).
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post #2897 of 7202 Old 03-18-2012, 08:45 PM
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Yeah I have noticed that in gypsies and Arabs, but I've never seen it in Appaloosa, which is what that horse was....It's just weird to see it lol.
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post #2898 of 7202 Old 03-18-2012, 10:40 PM
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Fjord Belgian cross filly

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i have a 3 yr old 15 hand buckskin belgain fjord cross filly that is bred for a june baby. she is a very quiet easy going horse she was saddled and sat on a few times last fall she will be easy to break i was going to break her to drive she is a nice big built girl. she is easy to catch and loves to be petted. asking 1000 for her call xxx-xxx-xxxx

First, who allows a Fjord/Belgian cross? wtf. Second, she's a bred 3 year old, probably to some other random breed too. *headdesk*
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post #2899 of 7202 Old 03-18-2012, 11:42 PM
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Ooh, it's a rare bivalve horse! Flashy Paint

'Boo' is a beautiful 5 year old registered paint gelding. He would make an excellent 4-H horse. Boo can walk trot lope 2 track side pass. He is clam in an areana with others. He is an honest horse. Flashy and tall enough for eventing, but would look good western as well 15.3hh. Boo has excellent ground manners and has been easy to bath, clip and load. He is currently with his trainer in Madres OR.



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post #2900 of 7202 Old 03-19-2012, 01:49 AM
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Ooh, it's a rare bivalve horse! Flashy Paint

'Boo' is a beautiful 5 year old registered paint gelding. He would make an excellent 4-H horse. Boo can walk trot lope 2 track side pass. He is clam in an areana with others. He is an honest horse. Flashy and tall enough for eventing, but would look good western as well 15.3hh. Boo has excellent ground manners and has been easy to bath, clip and load. He is currently with his trainer in Madres OR.



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But seriously, I had a great little mare that was an absolute angel when you worked in an arena with others. Didn't matter what the other horses were doing, so long as they were in the arena. Now, if there was less than two horses, she was the opposite of angelic. I preferred my other mare, the one who was an angel working in an arena or trail ride with or without other horses around. Still wouldn't want a clam
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