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post #3061 of 7202 Old 04-02-2012, 09:28 PM
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Unregistered Palomino Stud
palomino stud service

This is the same horse. *Sigh*

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post #3062 of 7202 Old 04-02-2012, 09:39 PM
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Beautiful calm,Chestnut Mare :Price $1490.00 - South Windsor - NSW - $*75

I'd call that horse a bay but the thing that gets me most is the logic of the riders. They're wearing a safety vest so one would assume they are concerned for their safety, yet they are also wearing a bike helmet and jogging shoes? And a funny red thing tied to the horses head.
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post #3063 of 7202 Old 04-02-2012, 09:51 PM
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Originally Posted by DraftyAiresMum View Post
Yes, he would be rare if he was actually a tri-color paint. But he's not. He's a bad-a$$ brown paint.
BEAUTIFUL paint gelding for sale
And they picked a picture with his "thingy" hanging out, if horses could be embarrassed... To me, "can jump five feet" means has jumped out of yard/field before :)
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post #3064 of 7202 Old 04-02-2012, 09:52 PM
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Don't even get me started on their information on that poor "chestnut" mare....

The price $1490.00 But Beautiful calm and very loving 10.5 years,part Arabian chestnut mare, 16.5 Hand height (****, she's one tall horse), fully broken and almost ridden every week (Hmm, I wonder if that means that she is ridden occasionally or that they try *and fail* to ride her once a week), curios and still very good learner, generally hanging around. Gets on with our dog and has never done anything silly.She has a lovely nature very friendly,easy to catch,wash, trim, also learning to jump now. Just lack of time, but must be loving home. (Note) as few time floated and trucked so needed experience person to transport it (that automatically makes me think *scammer* when an ad refers to their horse as "it"). Full paper work and dental record available.
Truthfully, she looks like she might be a bit of a pack horse at one of those tourist places where you just show up and take a horseback ride for an hour. The last place like that I went to had undernourished horses, required no safety equipment (I went on my ride in shorts, flip flops, and in a tank top with no helmet), and put people on horses they couldn't handle.
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post #3065 of 7202 Old 04-03-2012, 12:25 PM
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Azteca horse good dancer

1/2 Andalusian, 1/2 Arabian. Gray and black, Spanish color Moro, about 16 hands,
Very easy to handle, any size saddle OK Good dancing horse. Priced to sell fast. Phone Luis 360-710-**** I do not check email often.

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post #3066 of 7202 Old 04-03-2012, 12:30 PM
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Originally Posted by CLaPorte432 View Post
horse barn & pastures

$75 bucks a month? WHOA! Sign me up to lease out my land and barn!

To that I say you can want in one hand and sh.. in the other, see which one comes first.

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post #3067 of 7202 Old 04-03-2012, 04:24 PM
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Perfect Quarter Horse for U

bay colored (he looks like a palomino to me) 2.5 yr colt quarter horse has been ridden..has shots has been wormed has feet filed. his name is brando.pastured and grained very well taken care of andthe most easiest of demeanor excellent for kids. also have a paint for sale 1200 see my other ad.

I don't know about any 2.5 yr that is excellent for kids...plus his he really a colt? To me this implies he is not gelded.
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post #3068 of 7202 Old 04-03-2012, 09:22 PM
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Really? She'll make a good prospect?

purebred andalusian

Do not tell me I can't...because I will show you that I can.
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post #3069 of 7202 Old 04-04-2012, 08:31 AM
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Hengst Typvoll Bewegungsstark Powerhengst

This gets me.

Why put such awful photos on?
This is a stallion, that looks like its fighting, or play fighting. Not the best picture to send to a prospective buyer... but thats okay.. he's a 'powerhouse' >:(
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post #3070 of 7202 Old 04-04-2012, 08:53 AM
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[QUOTE=BellaMFT;1437282]Perfect Quarter Horse for U

I don't know about any 2.5 yr that is excellent for kids...plus his he really a colt? To me this implies he is not gelded.[/QUOTE

Yeah, defiantly a palomino, and I beg to differ on the well cared for part, if in fact those photos are currant, both those horses look like yearling to me, and who puts there horses in barbed wire any more?!?!?!?! Its not the first photo I have seen of a horse in barbed wire, but I finally had to say something! My poor mare has multiple scars on both her lower back legs from a barbed wire injury that happened with a previous owner, who didn't properly clean or care for the injury when it happened! She will never be a halter horse again! I really really hate barbed wire!
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