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post #3451 of 7202 Old 05-10-2012, 06:11 PM
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Oh well that makes sense.....guess I need glasses. LOL

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post #3452 of 7202 Old 05-10-2012, 06:28 PM
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Hi I have a kids saddle and a mare horse I would like 2 trade blaz is goin 2 be 2 in may she has had a saddle on her and started workin with the bite in her mouth she don't kick she loves 2 be brushed she will come 2 you in the pasture im lookin for for a pony that is rideable I already have one that is rideable just lookin for another one that is rideable blaze is a great horse just need somethin for kids 2 ride that they aint fightin over one horse lol she hasnt had her shots like I said we just started workin with her she is a good horse she will be a big horse she is easy 2 work with but she don't like the bridal at all that is my dad in the pic helpin us work with her and the only person been on her back is my son as you can seei will let her saddle bridal go with her 2 I just want another minnie for my kids 2 ride a good deal
THAT IS THE LONGEST RUN ON SENTENCE I HAVE EVER READ. No wonder our country is in the ****ter, people can't write to safe their lives!!!!

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post #3453 of 7202 Old 05-10-2012, 06:39 PM
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Originally Posted by SunnyDraco
Found the ad it was in response to:
Free Partial Lease! Friesian!!!


I'm not going to charge for the lease. He will be kept at my farm, you don't need to pay for hay, shots, or anything like that.
You will be responsible for gas $, show fees, and equipment- "show halters, show lead ropes, outfits, etc."

I have a Friesian/Percheron colt who is a little over one year old. He's a big boy and still growing!
He's sire is Zorro and his dam is a ReAnna, a children's lesson horse who was rescued from a breeding mill.
Drake is very smart and has a pretty good disposition. He leads, backs, lunges, and picks up his feet. He's not the best at these things, but does okay.
I would really like to see him in shows and doing halter class etc. But I don't have any experience in these things.
I'm keeping him a stud, but he hasn't been around mares yet since he has dropped.
He's utd on all of his shots, coggins, wormer, etc.

I'm looking for someone who:
Is experienced with stud colts
Has a trailer
Wants to show/help train a Friesian

What you get:
Any money received from winnings
"Show off" a gorgeous horse
To be considered Drake's handler
As he gets older, be able to ride once trained, and show in dressage or other

I'm going to be VERY picky about anyone who wants to do this. If I was experienced with shows and had a trailer, I'd be doing this myself.
If interested please e-mail me with a lot of information about yourself and past experiences.
Thank you, Amber


Ummmmm...am I the only one seeing kind of a fugly horse there? I mean, I know he's young, but...meh. Who would even think about crossing a friesian and a percheron? That just doesn't make sense to me.

Read more: https://www.horseforum.com/horse-talk...#ixzz1uVdGwGeF

I used the board at the place this guy was bred. He's out of Zorro at Blackshire Farm. They breed anyone and everyone to this guy; not to mention he's NOT registered. The percheron is a rescued PMU mare that the owners like to keep pregnant all the time.

Horribly irresponsible breeding.

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post #3454 of 7202 Old 05-10-2012, 07:53 PM
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!!REG .TN. WALKING HORSE GUILDING!!!

!!REG .TN. WALKING HORSE GUILDING!!! - $750

HES VERY GENTLE, AND CALM ANYONE CAN RIDE, HIS NAME IS HA HOMBRE HES 15.2 LOTS OF TRAINING. HIS DAD IS A FAMOUS WALKING HORSE JOSE JOSE, HE HAS NO BAD HABITS,HES JET BLACK AND VERY NICE SLOW ROCKING HEAD GAIT .MUST SELL TODAY. COME RIDE HIM AND LETS TALK WILL DELIVER TODAY TO YOUR HOME. HES VERY LAID BACK WANT ACT UP IN THE SADDLE MUST SELL TOTALED CAR AND NEED ANOTHER ONE.PLEASE CALL xxx-xxxx
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post #3455 of 7202 Old 05-10-2012, 07:58 PM
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And this one irks me...a two yr old doing that amount of work???????


Team of Horses

Team of Horses - $1200


Reg. 2 yr old quater horse geldings. Broke to work single or double. Traffic safe. Will back a wagon into a shed. Will stand to be shod, clipped, bathed and harnessed. These are super nice colts. Will make someone a great team that will last a long time. One gelding is broke to ride. He has had 30days professional training. He has been rode in the mountain, crossed creeks, and been in real ruff terrian. Don't let a team of young horses like this pass you by. Serious Inquiries Only please. Thanks
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post #3456 of 7202 Old 05-10-2012, 08:02 PM
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I don't like that either.

On another note, neither of them look happy at alllll being harnessed up.
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post #3457 of 7202 Old 05-10-2012, 08:20 PM
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Looks like a nice horse no doubt. But couldn't they get some better action shots?

Dutch Warmblood Horse For Sale, Alberta (Canada), Calgary

Canadian Warmblood Horse For Sale, Alberta (Canada), Olds

That's one horse I would NOT ride bareback.

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post #3458 of 7202 Old 05-10-2012, 08:38 PM
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!!REG .TN. WALKING HORSE GUILDING!!!

!!REG .TN. WALKING HORSE GUILDING!!! - $750

HES VERY GENTLE, AND CALM ANYONE CAN RIDE, HIS NAME IS HA HOMBRE HES 15.2 LOTS OF TRAINING. HIS DAD IS A FAMOUS WALKING HORSE JOSE JOSE, HE HAS NO BAD HABITS,HES JET BLACK AND VERY NICE SLOW ROCKING HEAD GAIT .MUST SELL TODAY. COME RIDE HIM AND LETS TALK WILL DELIVER TODAY TO YOUR HOME. HES VERY LAID BACK WANT ACT UP IN THE SADDLE MUST SELL TOTALED CAR AND NEED ANOTHER ONE.PLEASE CALL xxx-xxxx
Is he guilded in gold or what? GEEZ

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post #3459 of 7202 Old 05-10-2012, 08:51 PM
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And this one irks me...a two yr old doing that amount of work???????


Team of Horses

Team of Horses - $1200


Reg. 2 yr old quater horse geldings. Broke to work single or double. Traffic safe. Will back a wagon into a shed. Will stand to be shod, clipped, bathed and harnessed. These are super nice colts. Will make someone a great team that will last a long time. One gelding is broke to ride. He has had 30days professional training. He has been rode in the mountain, crossed creeks, and been in real ruff terrian. Don't let a team of young horses like this pass you by. Serious Inquiries Only please. Thanks
They look like VERY immature two-year-olds, too. My three-year-old looked like a four or five-year-old when he was two. Most people still don't believe he's three. lol

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Looks like a nice horse no doubt. But couldn't they get some better action shots?

Dutch Warmblood Horse For Sale, Alberta (Canada), Calgary
Didn't you read the bad seller's handbook?! Page 57, paragraph 3 reads: "When posting pictures of any horse for sale, choosing the worst pictures possible is always the best course of action. This will compel potential buyers to contact you to obtain better pictures, thereby increasing your chances of sweet-talking them into actually buying your horse."
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post #3460 of 7202 Old 05-11-2012, 12:32 AM
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Didn't you read the bad seller's handbook?! Page 57, paragraph 3 reads: "When posting pictures of any horse for sale, choosing the worst pictures possible is always the best course of action. This will compel potential buyers to contact you to obtain better pictures, thereby increasing your chances of sweet-talking them into actually buying your horse."
Ahahaha! You know, I have yet to get the up-to-date manual which describes the importance of text talk.

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