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post #2951 of 7202 Old 03-23-2012, 08:40 PM
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2 Yr. Old Horse Colt
He's not even 2 and they've already put 30 days on him! >.<
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post #2952 of 7202 Old 03-24-2012, 12:48 AM
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http://bend.craigslist.org/grd/2909562287.htmlI have guzbo that's brand new never use still in the box don't have no use for it so if this is something you can use let me know its 8x8

Now, as if the spelling wasn't bad enough, to me a gazebo is an actual building made of wood. If it's 8 x 8, collapsible, and in a box, it's a canopy or a "pop up" or a tent or something, but not a gazebo.
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post #2953 of 7202 Old 03-24-2012, 06:32 AM
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omg hes still a we baby and their riding him around, he looks misrable!.. I know that some ones over here start racehorses when their about 2 n a half but 99% dont get a saddle on their back until their 3/4 ... would it be common for horses to be started this young in America?
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post #2954 of 7202 Old 03-24-2012, 09:06 AM
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Oh Derrygirl, what some do to horses in America is just beyond crazy! Makes we want to scream! They are racing them at 2 already, (so how young are do they have to start them to have them racing at that age?) I used to show Western Pleasure, and there is a 2 year old futurity circuit that the "top named breeders and trainers" show on and if your showing your horse as a 2 year old again, at what age are you starting them? I once bought a horse who after I had her a while found out she was a top contender in the circuit, at 10 years old she had arthritis so bad in her knees that she couldn't really be ridden anymore. Just my humble opinion, but a lot of these breeders and trainers only care about the buck they can make when they sell the horse. Its cheaper to sell a well broke 2 year old then a well broke 4 year old (the age I start riding) You know that's 2 years of feed and care that they are saving. It doesn't matter to them if the horse is broke down by the time its 10 years old!
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post #2955 of 7202 Old 03-24-2012, 07:28 PM
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Um... WOW!


Quarter Mile with Arabic - $2800

Quarter Mile with Arabic, good Horse, 5 years old, noble Horse.
I need to sell because I'm going to move from ---- and I can't take with me.
The Horse comes with saddle.
If you like to see, please call at -------------
(comes with papers)



(had to include picture- SO CUTE!) I think they mean its a Quarab (Quarter Horse with Arab).

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post #2956 of 7202 Old 03-24-2012, 08:16 PM
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Not about a horse, but I thought this one was kinda funny

MISS DAISY" FREE TO A LOVING HOME ONLY... (S.E. BOISE)

This is our beautiful girl daisy she is a yellow buff chicken. We have had her for a year now and raised her since a baby chick. She is the sweetest baby in the world. She has personality :) she loves to chase my husband around the yard. He has babied her and spoiled her rotten. We are looking for someone who wants her as a pet only...we are very loving people and we have let her come in the house all winter long. We let her outside daily to walk around. She is afraid to be left alone outside though because her baby sister got snatched up by a hawk and killed and I think she remebers that. So she needs alot of love and care.

This is a very difficult desicion that we have had to make. We are moving this Sunday night to Southern Utah so we must find her a home ASAP. Please contact TL. Saint if intretsed at 208-407-9649)....

We want only the best for her. She has been our family pet and we want someone to adopt her and love her just like we did. Only serious animal lovers respond to this add.....Thanks The Saint Family"



Loved this ad, although I don't see the reason for not taking her with them. Most don't know that chickens made wonderful pets, if raised from babies. My granddaughter has a black hen, who loves to cuddle and is as happy in the house, as out with the others of her kind. My granddaughter raised her from a lone chick, in her bedroom.

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post #2957 of 7202 Old 03-24-2012, 08:20 PM
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Not about a horse, but I thought this one was kinda funny

MISS DAISY" FREE TO A LOVING HOME ONLY... (S.E. BOISE)

This is our beautiful girl daisy she is a yellow buff chicken. We have had her for a year now and raised her since a baby chick. She is the sweetest baby in the world. She has personality :) she loves to chase my husband around the yard. He has babied her and spoiled her rotten. We are looking for someone who wants her as a pet only...we are very loving people and we have let her come in the house all winter long. We let her outside daily to walk around. She is afraid to be left alone outside though because her baby sister got snatched up by a hawk and killed and I think she remebers that. So she needs alot of love and care.

This is a very difficult desicion that we have had to make. We are moving this Sunday night to Southern Utah so we must find her a home ASAP. Please contact TL. Saint if intretsed at 208-407-9649)....

We want only the best for her. She has been our family pet and we want someone to adopt her and love her just like we did. Only serious animal lovers respond to this add.....Thanks The Saint Family"



Loved this ad, although I don't see the reason for not taking her with them. Most don't know that chickens made wonderful pets, if raised from babies. My granddaughter has a black hen, who loves to cuddle and is as happy in the house, as out with the others of her kind. My granddaughter raised her from a lone chick, in her bedroom.

Lizzie
Awww, sad they have to rehome her. I agree, I love chickens as pets. When I was younger I used to take my "pet" chicken with me into pet stores to look at bird toys for her She would stay perched on my shoulder or on the cart the whole time calm as could be (with a hand made collar on her leg with a leash of course).... the employees couldn't believe it.
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post #2958 of 7202 Old 03-24-2012, 08:40 PM
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Quarter mile with Arabic. Pretty dang creative there.
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post #2959 of 7202 Old 03-24-2012, 09:15 PM
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Sadly, I must sell my two miniature horses. They are $350 each or $600 if sold together. All reasonable offers will be considered.

The brown and white paint is a 9 year old gelding. He has been used for lead line, ponied off other horses, and has been shown in halter. The grey paint is a 5-6 year old mare. She has had a child set on her but is really too small to be frequently ridden. She has also been exposed to pet therapy. Both are easy keepers and have been dewormed and had their feet trimmed March 17th. Each mini comes with their own blanket, halters, and leads.

ya think?
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post #2960 of 7202 Old 03-24-2012, 09:18 PM
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I have a 2 1/2 year old mare for sale. She is under 14 hands tall. She will be perfect for a kid. She is not all the way broke. She will load in a trailor and we have had a saddle on her and my son has been on her back. She is very loveable. She is not ready for a child to ride but my son does everything with her and he is 12 years old. I just dont have the grass to keep her, we have to many horses and trying to down size. If you would like more information or want to come and see her call 859-585-4092

If they know that why didn't they just measure her?? Actually, how do they now that?
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