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post #2911 of 7202 Old 03-19-2012, 07:03 PM
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I'll PM ya, pretty sure people are cursing me right around now!
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post #2912 of 7202 Old 03-19-2012, 07:11 PM
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Guys, that's the great thing about threads like this that have gone on so long. They tend to drift off topic and may stay that way for 2-3 pages, then they drift back LOL.
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post #2913 of 7202 Old 03-19-2012, 10:42 PM
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Guys, that's the great thing about threads like this that have gone on so long. They tend to drift off topic and may stay that way for 2-3 pages, then they drift back LOL.
lol Yeah, head over to the "BLM" thread to see where things can go!
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post #2914 of 7202 Old 03-19-2012, 11:04 PM
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post #2915 of 7202 Old 03-20-2012, 05:21 AM
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Gosh I am guilty of saying a horse is "honest".
It means he/she will never try to cheat you out of work.
An honest horse does the best he/she can with his training and abilities, all the time.

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post #2916 of 7202 Old 03-20-2012, 08:07 AM
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Here is one that kinda irked me. It is from a HS. I am happy they are helping the horses. But, why advertise that they would be great for kids and then say they need more training??? Maybe I am just over reacting, but it seems that being a HS they would know better than that. It would be like adopting out a huge over active puppy to a first time dog owner that wants a 20 lb couch potato.

The post leads me to believe that they are not broke or are green broke. They lead and load...so maybe good ground manners??? They could over time be trained and what-not, but why advertise them as such? I just don't see why they would think they would be "excellent" for kids. Any thoughts?

IN RESCUE- 2 QUARTER HORSE MARES, LIVING IN FOSTER CARE, READY FOR ADOPTION. THEY MUST BE ADOPTED TOGETHER.
HOPI & LADY ARE 4 YEARS OLD, IN GOOD HEALTH AND WEIGHT. SWEET GIRLS NEED FOREVER HOME. THEY ARE APPROXIMATELY 14.2 HANDS HIGH AND WOULD MAKE EXCELLENT HORSES FOR CHILDREN. THEY NEED FURTHER TRAINING FOR RIDING, BUT LEAD AND LOAD WELL, FOR INFORMATION, CALL xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
PLEASE HELP US!!!
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post #2917 of 7202 Old 03-20-2012, 08:28 AM
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Maybe they think that based on the horses' temperament they would make good kids horses? Daughter has a coming three year old Morab that is as sweet as he can be. He loves to be petted and loved on by the kids - based on his temperament only, he might make a good kids horse...maybe - with a lot of training and wet blankets. I wouldn't claim anything like that in a "for sale" ad, though...

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post #2918 of 7202 Old 03-20-2012, 06:11 PM
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Maybe they think that based on the horses' temperament they would make good kids horses? Daughter has a coming three year old Morab that is as sweet as he can be. He loves to be petted and loved on by the kids - based on his temperament only, he might make a good kids horse...maybe - with a lot of training and wet blankets. I wouldn't claim anything like that in a "for sale" ad, though...


I can see it if they have a stable temperament on the ground. But I was at a loss for them advertising them as "excellent for children". Over time.....maybe with training. But that seems to me not something you would claim on advertising the horse, especially a HS.
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post #2919 of 7202 Old 03-21-2012, 04:22 PM
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I think I have posted this stallion some time ago, but they just put up a new ad:


QH type Stallion Beautiful Blue Gray Dapple Crop_Out Paint

Pauncho is a 8 year old Handsom Dapple Blue Gray Roan, Bald Faced Crop Out Paint with fantastic QH Bloodlines,
Unfortuneatly he was never Registered.
He carries Blue Valentine/Hanncock Blood on his Sire's Side, and was out of a Skootin Spook Bred Paint Mare.
He was started under saddle when he was a 4 year old but since then has had nothing done to him.

He does have manners and is not Pushy.

He needs to go back to the start and begin all over with the bascics.

He is a gentle minded guy who wants to please, he is a bit Timid but he is not mean. Can be a little hard to catch.

He has been in Hot Wire and White Tape since he was 3 years old and Respects it .

Keep him a Stallion and Turn out in Pasture this spring with your good stock mares, put some real cow working blood in some babies.

He has the old working bloodlines and would make a great Stock Horse in the Sorting Pens or the arena,

Geld him, and make a Saddle Horse out of him.

He has common sense that would make him a great Mtn Horse. Lead a pack String with him.


He is very Atleticly Built, is catty, and can move out.

This horse is not for BEGINNERS, or even INTERMEDIATE LEVEL RIDERS.
He needs to be with a VETRAN HORSEMAN that knows what they are doing ( his bloodlines dictate this fact)
If you are just a (SO CALLED LOOKER and HOOF KICKER and don't have the EXPERIANCE,) than don't waste my time.
If You are SERIOUS, and KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING with a horse of this kind than call me)

He will not go to some one that has not handled Stallions, hot, excitable, or inexperianced and true green broke horses.

He will stand at stud untill sold or untill the summer, so if you are interested in him as a stallion, either to buy him or breed to him, get him before summer.
After that he will be gelded and put back under saddle. Then if he is put up for sale the price will go up again.

Pauncho's first foal is on the ground as of March 16 she is a light grey half medicine hat paint filly with two dark eyes.
This filly is out of a Dapple Grey TB/QH cross mare.
After seeing the quality that he is capable of throwing out of a grade mare the price has went back up. He is worth every penny of what I am asking.


Come out and Meet Pauncho and see for your self.
I have posted a few pictures of him and will post a picture of his newly arrived filly when I recieve it.

I will send additional newer pictures to who-ever is serious about buying or breeding to him.


Priced at $ 800.00

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So he made a cute grade baby, price goes up. If he is gelded and worked under saddle later on, his price will go up. I don't think this stallion is going to sell any faster with a cute baby and a larger price tag

And any one with good stock mares should look for a quality stallion that will improve their stock.

And what color is the filly? Light grey foal, half medicine hat? Too bad a picture hasn't been posted of that yet
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post #2920 of 7202 Old 03-21-2012, 04:32 PM
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How is he a crop out QH if his mom was a paint?! QH doesn't register QH x paint the paint association does...also he's grade producing great babies out of grade mares? Well that's impressive! Lol he seems nice enough, he'd make a great grade gelding...
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