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post #3681 of 7202 Old 05-31-2012, 12:54 PM
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And another stellar example of an Appy sport horse STALLION

Maybe we should breed him to the Appy sport horse Filly listed above.
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Sounds good to me, after all "He is a proven stallion" He has proven that he can make mares become pregnant
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post #3682 of 7202 Old 05-31-2012, 01:31 PM
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Did anyone notice that they came from the same place, but you get a different story on why they are being sold. I wonder which story is the true story, or if there is any truth in either of them.

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post #3683 of 7202 Old 05-31-2012, 01:37 PM
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I kinda figured that... Seems like a whole farm-o-fugly over there.
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post #3684 of 7202 Old 05-31-2012, 02:03 PM
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Sounds good to me, after all "He is a proven stallion" He has proven that he can make mares become pregnant
I was just thinking that- when they say proven, what do they mean?
Does a horse become a proven stallion when theres proof that its a stallion? IE, if you can see the testicles, does that mean its a proven stallion?

If I had nothing to go on but these ads, that would definitely be my assumption
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post #3685 of 7202 Old 05-31-2012, 02:14 PM
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Wow, just wow. If you are gonna post multiple ads, get your story consistent. I don't think either of them are horrible, but I'd not touch them with a 10ft pole just because the poster has conflicting ads. Kinda makes me wonder the whole ownership thing. If it's a divorce are they the wifes or the hubbys, who has actual paperwork, and what would a judge say about them being assets when it all goes to court. So umm yeah, I'd pass right on by.

You gotta wonder what goes through peoples minds when they list horses for sale sometimes.

ETA: Does anyone else not find those prices high? I don't know diddly about appy bloodlines anymore, but that just seems a bit much for a 5 yr old green broke stud, that needs gelded.

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post #3686 of 7202 Old 05-31-2012, 02:16 PM
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To the guy:

Hello,

I was just browsing around for a western prospect and this guy is adorable! I just had a few questions about him.

Why are you selling?
What is he "proven" in?
How many foals has he sired? Photos?
Is he purebred or registered?
What do you think he will be good at?

Also, do you have any others for sale? I noticed another filly on CL too.
Thanks,
Heather
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post #3687 of 7202 Old 05-31-2012, 02:17 PM
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I think in general, a "proven" stallion means he can generate a pregnancy in a mare that results in a live foal.

In my book, no one should be able to claim that a stallion is "proven" until he's proven that he's worth a **** at something other than knocking up mares!
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post #3688 of 7202 Old 05-31-2012, 02:21 PM
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I think in general, a "proven" stallion means he can generate a pregnancy in a mare that results in a live foal.

In my book, no one should be able to claim that a stallion is "proven" until he's proven that he's worth a **** at something other than knocking up mares!
Here here Dee! I agree. Even though I don't show I'd want a stallion who can do a job, even trails/pleasure riding. Something other than using the boy parts to make more babies.

ETA: I'd require proof of the job too LOL since I'd want to know he is well behaved and of sound mind.

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post #3689 of 7202 Old 05-31-2012, 02:35 PM
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I should ask if his pasterns will snap like twigs if he moves any faster then a jog.
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post #3690 of 7202 Old 06-01-2012, 12:25 AM
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Sport Sport Horse Filly

Uhm, not with those legs she ain't!!
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And another stellar example of an Appy sport horse STALLION

Maybe we should breed him to the Appy sport horse Filly listed above.
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Are they purpose-breeding for ridiculously long pasterns at that farm? Because if they are, they have an epic win on their hands! Holy crap!
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