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post #2981 of 7202 Old 03-26-2012, 05:25 PM
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He's actually a lot better than many AQHA stallions out there. Lol I wonder what his babies have done if he's a proven sire? I couldn't see the video so I'm basing my opinion on the photos and the ad. I give them props for at least showing him... I hate seeing people breed to stallions who have never done a single thing.
Thats what I was wondering. He's actually a very decently built, solid horse. Ofcourse, that doesn't make him stallion material- and if I bought him he'd be gelded immediately, but he's definately better than a lot of studs and even many geldings that I've seen. Looks to have a lot of potential too, as he was very quiet and well balanced in the video. Especially if what they say really is true and that was after only being broke for a month. I could see him making a very nice show horse after some more training.

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post #2982 of 7202 Old 03-26-2012, 05:36 PM
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This is just sad! Free Pony

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Date: 2012-03-22, 8:20PM EDT
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I have a sweet, mild tempered pony that I would like to give away. He was given to me, and I do not know his age or what kind of pony he is. I believe he was foundered before I got him because his hoof is bent under and he walks with a limp. I would really like to see him go to a loving home where he can be cared for and loved. Please email me if you are interested. Thank you!

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post #2983 of 7202 Old 03-26-2012, 05:44 PM
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This one was posted on another forum but I thought it was hilarious at the sheer volume of stupidity and lack of ethics.

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DUST OFF YOU DREAMS aka DUSTY - 2008 Dun Stallion that is sired by National Champion (Featuring Dreamer and out of a daughter of World and National Champion (Twenty Twenty Vision), His good minded disposition, color, confirmation and movemnt, are only a few traits he will be passing to his foals. Don't pass up on an opportunity to breed your mare to this amazing stallion and make your dreams come true. For more information please contact us at ******




Someone managed to find the original picture of the colt....


Can you spot the difference???


And, just because someone took the time to do this and it really shows the differences...
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post #2984 of 7202 Old 03-26-2012, 05:51 PM
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It took me a minute, but it looks like they added muscle to his legs? changed his withers too.....
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post #2985 of 7202 Old 03-26-2012, 05:56 PM
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This is just sad! Free Pony

Free Pony (McDonald)

Date: 2012-03-22, 8:20PM EDT
Reply to: [email protected]

I have a sweet, mild tempered pony that I would like to give away. He was given to me, and I do not know his age or what kind of pony he is. I believe he was foundered before I got him because his hoof is bent under and he walks with a limp. I would really like to see him go to a loving home where he can be cared for and loved. Please email me if you are interested. Thank you!

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I'm horrified... :(
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post #2986 of 7202 Old 03-26-2012, 06:09 PM
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I'm horrified... :(
Exactly. It looks really awful, so I imagine it must be much worse in person. Not right to dump the poor guy. I see absolutely no possibility of any reduction in pain or type of recovery. Hopefully someone familiar with the area will see this and can maybe give the guy a few days of love and peaceful end
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post #2987 of 7202 Old 03-26-2012, 06:27 PM
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Yeah, I hate to see a sweet boy pts, but looking at that picture it's obvious that it would be in his best interest. I can't believe someone let him get like that. His back must be killing him.
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post #2988 of 7202 Old 03-26-2012, 06:33 PM
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I just realized he is like two hours from me. Anyone think there is a chance of getting a vet to donate their services to help him ease out of life?
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post #2989 of 7202 Old 03-26-2012, 07:11 PM
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I just realized he is like two hours from me. Anyone think there is a chance of getting a vet to donate their services to help him ease out of life?
I bet there is. But I also bet the owner wont put the poor thing down. Or absolutely freak out if you take him and then have him put down.

If you go the route to help the little guy, huge cudos to you and good luck if his current owner is a loon.
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post #2990 of 7202 Old 03-26-2012, 07:13 PM
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This one was posted on another forum but I thought it was hilarious at the sheer volume of stupidity and lack of ethics.

This is the actual ad



Someone managed to find the original picture of the colt....


Can you spot the difference???


And, just because someone took the time to do this and it really shows the differences...
This Appy looks almost identical to a horse at my barn....hes not a stud, and I believe he is 5 or 6....same color, and I believe almost identical markings!!
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