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post #3811 of 7202 Old 06-13-2012, 11:21 PM
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The poor horse needs a trim bad!



This horse is a white Arabian horse. He is perfect for kids and for parades. We don't have the age but he is tamed. You can call me or text me at 832-472-0152. For any other questions please use that soure. I will only except cash. No checks. His name is Guero.








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post #3812 of 7202 Old 06-14-2012, 06:12 PM
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Well THIS one looks professional for sure! A Sideways picture of horses and people without helmets!

This a special we do on sunday for 1-10 people will also do any other day with a group of 5-10 We ride out at 12 and come in at 4 ish This is not for the faint of heart. We consider ourselves trail blazers so you must be a strong teen or adult to do this ride We do one hour rides for all others and can do 2 hours They are 7 days a week and are 20.00 per hour.










oh yes, I'd love a 12k four year old that there aren't any pictures of, nor information as to what breed he even is...

I have a 4 yr old cutting horse for sale .. He went to a trainer for 2 yrs to be trained and now I'm looking for someone to buy him to put him to work.I'm asking 12,000 cause i payed 24,000 to have him trained , he is also registered ..I want him to go to a good and loving home..If you want to know anything else you can call or text me at


not horses, but the way the end was worded made me giggle...


I have two bottle babies that are billies and are weaned off the bottle..

If wanting to eat, do not bother inquiring.

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Holy downhill!

Red roan horse for sale. 4 yr old mare. registered APHA. She does ride and responds good to leg pressure. She can even side pass a little. She has some training on halter showmanship and moves very well based off of your body position. Will make great show prospect. Asking $1200 obo. Call 936-435-4341.

Sire: Inconclusive Dream going back to The Dream Maker, Jetatres, and Conclusive on the top and Conclusive Dream, Sandy Clare, and Go Go Bo on the bottom.

Dam: Obsesed With Tradition going back to Sun Days Tradition, Noble Tradition, and Obsesed to Impress on the top and A Preferred Lady, Eternal Sun Day and Call For Cash on the bottom.


Keywords: Red roan, Paint, APHA, horse, mare








this last one isn't dumb...but I'm about to start drooling over her color. Someone want to buy her for me? Not that I can barrel race or anything. Thats alright though, she can just look pretty in my yard :)

2005 Registered QH hancock mare. this mare is in her prime and ready to go. She is patterned on barrels and I have competed on her on and off. I just don't have the time to consistantly run her and I would like to see her go to someone who can. She has placed me in 2D/3D times and can for sure do 1D with the right person. She is 15.1 hands, loads, ties, clips, bathes you name it. She is really a great horse. She is very gentle and LOVES children. Please email, text or call for more info
936-520-1408


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post #3813 of 7202 Old 06-14-2012, 06:19 PM
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post #3814 of 7202 Old 06-15-2012, 12:05 AM
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This poor horse's back! Not only is it super long and swayed, but it also looks like it's roached! And I love how they say there's nothing wrong with him.

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post #3815 of 7202 Old 06-15-2012, 12:37 AM
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Drafty, in the defense of those folks, I honestly believe the appearance of the roach is actually due to his markings. It only looks that way from his left side. In the pic of his right side, it's long and swayed, but still smooth.
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post #3816 of 7202 Old 06-15-2012, 02:21 AM
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post #3817 of 7202 Old 06-15-2012, 02:36 AM
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Yup, put your itty bitty girl on the green broke fugly stud!!!

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2 yr 13.2 hands stud broke to ride $600 call or text xxx-xxx-xxxx.






Wow, you know....I normally refrain from saying anyone's horse is Fugly....I have a few myself. I mean just because they are not show quality perfect doesn't mean they aren't any good......but.......wow.......this poor guy. Definately does NOT need to reproduce. Breaks my heart.
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post #3818 of 7202 Old 06-15-2012, 03:42 AM
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This horses is just 5 yrs old and still has room to grow folks already 19.3 hands tall and 2300 pounds. He has not been used hard due to the fact he is growing so big. He is broke to drive double and would make a wheel horse or even better a pulling horse. This horse is up in the bridle and ready to work! could be a halter horse also. We have not hooked him to anything he cant pull,he is a tractor on 4 HUGE legs.
This horse is tall and has the bone size to hold him together for a good long time.

he is awsome on the ground super friendly and easy to work with. Love, LOVE, LOVES! people and attention.

if we sell him good if not thats fine too...

the price is no joke and is firm.
Lovely horse, I'm sure he'll be great for pulling/showing etc. I'd totally buy it if I had the space and time, and was closer.
For about 5000. Maybe a little more. He's broke to drive, thats good. Hes handsome, and big, thats good. Good conformation, and if he's as nice as they say he is, thats good too.
But dude.
I'm looking at a proven german dressage stallion that is cheaper.
If you feel the need to say that the price is not a joke, it probably should be.
I mean, seriously. This horse is 4 years old not broke to ride (granted, I dont know how common it is to break draft horses to ride, but for that price, he should be), hasn't achieved anything at all, apart from being big and "tractor on 4 HUGE legs"
He is NOT worth 25,000
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post #3819 of 7202 Old 06-15-2012, 06:09 AM
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Lovely horse, I'm sure he'll be great for pulling/showing etc. I'd totally buy it if I had the space and time, and was closer.
For about 5000. Maybe a little more. He's broke to drive, thats good. Hes handsome, and big, thats good. Good conformation, and if he's as nice as they say he is, thats good too.
But dude.
I'm looking at a proven german dressage stallion that is cheaper.
If you feel the need to say that the price is not a joke, it probably should be.
I mean, seriously. This horse is 4 years old not broke to ride (granted, I dont know how common it is to break draft horses to ride, but for that price, he should be), hasn't achieved anything at all, apart from being big and "tractor on 4 HUGE legs"
He is NOT worth 25,000
He is absolutely beautiful and has likely got tremendous potential. And perhaps to them, he is worth that amount...but, not today and not in this economy unless he can BRING something of value (beyond the HUGE VALUE WHICH THE LOVE FOR YOUR HORSE PROVIDES, of course-no joke) were one to invest that kind of $$$ in him. Imagine what he costs too fed, shoe, and simply keep, with everything "sized for him" costing double reg.horse- sized money (tack, blankets, etc...).

My guess? They are not too keen on selling that beauty, thus, IF THEY GOT $25k, well, ok. Otherwise, they are happy to hold on to a guy they truly love!
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post #3820 of 7202 Old 06-15-2012, 08:56 AM
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LOL, wow, those people must not have a measuring stick. If that horse is 19.3 and 2800, I'll eat my shorts. If he was truly that big, the guy holding him (who's belly is chest level on the horse) would have to be about 7 feet tall, which isn't unheard of, but unlikely.

Plus, he may be a good puller now, but he won't be sound for a lifetime with those horrible calf knees.
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