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post #3131 of 7202 Old 04-11-2012, 01:09 AM
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3 yr old mustang stud colt FREE

This horse was born on our property we just don't have the time or desire to train him. He has never been handled at all so he isn't halter broke or anything. Once we have someone serious we will get him in a round pen for loading. Serious inquiries only!



Wow :(
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post #3132 of 7202 Old 04-11-2012, 02:14 AM
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pony for sale

DEFINITALLY wanna put my kid on THIS pony! Kid looks like he's having a DANDY old time!!
Looks like that pony is trained to rear. Not that it makes it any better, but at least the pony looks somewhat controlled in the rear and stable. Also, that kid looks like he's having a blast. My son gets almost that exact same look on his face when he's doing something stupid but that he considers fun. Not saying the rest of their ad is any good, or that even the situation with the child is a good one, but yeah.

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post #3133 of 7202 Old 04-11-2012, 02:27 AM
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********PALO. PAINT FILLY!!!!

Okay, let me get this straight...

This filly is 13-months-old and has already been saddled five or so times? And am I the only one who gets the feeling these people are saying that this poor little filly will be easy to break sooner rather than later (implying that they would expect someone to break her in the next few months)? Why are people putting saddles on yearlings in the first place?! Especially underweight yearlings?!

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post #3134 of 7202 Old 04-11-2012, 08:43 AM
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Seems like in spring dumbasses come out of the woodwork to display their complete lack of intelligence and to brag about how cruel they are to horses and about how many ways they can endanger their offspring that they hope will grow up to be dumber than they are.

I love to quote George Carlin a lot and this would be another time to do so:
"Just think of how stupid the average person is, and then realize half of them are even stupider!”
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post #3135 of 7202 Old 04-11-2012, 10:28 AM
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3 yr old mustang stud colt FREE

This horse was born on our property we just don't have the time or desire to train him. He has never been handled at all so he isn't halter broke or anything. Once we have someone serious we will get him in a round pen for loading. Serious inquiries only!



Wow :(
LOL, I can't really complain much about this ad. I paid $125 for a horse in a similar situation about 7 years ago, except he hadn't been born on their property, he had been adopted by them.

Turned out to be one of the best horses I've ever had though.
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post #3136 of 7202 Old 04-11-2012, 10:45 AM
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I don't even know where to begin with this. Not for sale but on facebook as something they are proud of.

My commanche showing out with his first saddling today, 10 mins later, a one hour first pony ride with my 7 year old niece! He's going to be amazing!! Thought I'd share his picture!! He's a two year old stud!! with My commanche.


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post #3137 of 7202 Old 04-11-2012, 04:01 PM
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I don't even know where to begin with this. Not for sale but on facebook as something they are proud of.

My commanche showing out with his first saddling today, 10 mins later, a one hour first pony ride with my 7 year old niece! He's going to be amazing!! Thought I'd share his picture!! He's a two year old stud!! with My commanche.

Of course he's a stud! But 10 minutes until broke enough for a 7 year old! Sign me up for a breeding to that super duper smart horse!
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post #3138 of 7202 Old 04-11-2012, 04:28 PM
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He looks like a Mini. Most Minis shouldn't be ridden anyway.

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post #3139 of 7202 Old 04-11-2012, 09:32 PM
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I am confused by this ad. I wasn't aware the BLM adopted out studs (thought they had to be gelded before they were adopted?). Also, just because he's had one colt means he's "proven"? No, all that has "proven" is that he has balls and knows how to mount a mare. And it could just be me, but I'm not sure that horse is over 17hh. Unless the horse in the next stall over is 18hh+ (since s/he looks bigger than the stud for sale).

BLM MUSTANG STUD

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post #3140 of 7202 Old 04-11-2012, 09:48 PM
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I've never heard of a mustang that size.
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