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post #3831 of 7202 Old 06-15-2012, 04:23 PM
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So.... is a five year old selling a horse?
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I have no idea I just cannot get over what the horse is standing in and being fed on.
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post #3833 of 7202 Old 06-15-2012, 05:10 PM
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I understand a little mud, as my pasture turns into a mud pit in the spring but not that bad! I'd hate to see there legs after standing in all that!

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post #3834 of 7202 Old 06-15-2012, 05:11 PM
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AQHA freckles playboy grand-daughter

1997 AQHA own grand-daughter of freckles playboy & tiny tornado too. Sire has at least 1 foal that has shown. Bottom side is a lot of rodeo & barrel earners/producers. Full pedigree at allbreedpedigree.com under tornados playgirl. Papers in hand & in order. She is priced cheap because she no longer fits my breeding program but i do not mind seeing what type of foal she has from my stud so no low ball or ridiculous offers.

Mare is hard to catch & head shy. Has never acted aggressive in any way. Pretty color & nice conformation. Great bloodlines. Exposed to an AQHA grandson of mr san peppy . She is NOT selling guaranteed in foal ,only possibly bred. Selling as a broodmare only ,have never tried to ride her & not sure if she is broke. She has had 2 reg foals & a couple of unreg foals.

MAY trade. Prefer not eating items such as hay,a trailer,fencing materials. Possibly another mare with foundation and/or cutting bloodlines that is grullo,blue or bay roan,solid black,buttermilk buckskin or a grey dun. Will consider a full bred broke draft mare or gelding.

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This horse has been for sale since December. Her new pics show her to be WAY skinnier than last time, and no better at being caught. Yeah...I really wanna pay $250 more than what she originally asked for a poorer, still untrained horse.

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Original asking price was $500 for this mare.

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post #3835 of 7202 Old 06-15-2012, 07:30 PM
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Well, at least they're honest idiots...

Beautiful Quarter Horse

Also, one of my "favorite" things I see all the time is when people call their 15hh horse "big" or "huge". Really? Because 15hh is pretty well on the "average" end of the spectrum. lol

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post #3836 of 7202 Old 06-16-2012, 12:53 AM
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Well, at least they're honest idiots...

Beautiful Quarter Horse

Also, one of my "favorite" things I see all the time is when people call their 15hh horse "big" or "huge". Really? Because 15hh is pretty well on the "average" end of the spectrum. lol
Anyone else think she's pretty healthy looking (nice coat, bright eyes, not too thin?) with fairly decent conformation? I didn't spend a whole lot if time looking at the pic, so if I am making myself out to be an idiot by saying that, (wouldn't be the first time!)then apologies! She just strikes me as being a nice looking horse. I can imagine with the training/re education on the basics, as the owner mentions, she could be nice to own...I wish she wasn't living in what APPEARS to be a dirt backyard... :{
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post #3837 of 7202 Old 06-16-2012, 02:00 AM
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Anyone else think she's pretty healthy looking (nice coat, bright eyes, not too thin?) with fairly decent conformation? I didn't spend a whole lot if time looking at the pic, so if I am making myself out to be an idiot by saying that, (wouldn't be the first time!)then apologies! She just strikes me as being a nice looking horse. I can imagine with the training/re education on the basics, as the owner mentions, she could be nice to own...I wish she wasn't living in what APPEARS to be a dirt backyard... :{
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She's actually a very decent-looking horse. Her back is a touch long, but that's her only glaring fault that I can see. In fact, I rather like her and if she was a little taller, would even consider her as my second horse (if she had any jump training). I just thought the whole admitting that she's letting the mare walk all over her and all that was amusing. At least she's honest.

And the whole "living in a dirt back yard thing" is pretty common around here. In fact, she's in my hometown (where I grew up...I live about 15 miles away now). Hmmm...I do really like her. She's got a kind, intelligent eye.

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She's actually a very decent-looking horse. Her back is a touch long, but that's her only glaring fault that I can see. In fact, I rather like her and if she was a little taller, would even consider her as my second horse (if she had any jump training). I just thought the whole admitting that she's letting the mare walk all over her and all that was amusing. At least she's honest.

And the whole "living in a dirt back yard thing" is pretty common down in Phoenix.
Glad to know my eye wasn't totally off, thanks! :0)

I live in Tucson, and we (meaning Tucsonans) keep all of our horses, for the most part, stalled in barns/stables, and with dirt turnouts, so that, I agree, is, unfortunately, normal...H2o costs WAAAY too much for most facilities to afford pastures and the required water to keep them alive, since grass growing well here is, sadly, nearly impossible.

However, keeping a horse in a stall/barn with a large corral to run about in and such is a far cry from a little, CITY-LOOKING-type of backyard! That yard doesn't even appear to be on horse property (usually father out in the county areas, not smack dab in the middle of the inner-city, which this area appears to be judging from the house tops in the back ground and the type of fencing/apparent lot sizes (visible in the photo...)

Not really an issue, just thought I'd add my two cents...I wish we could keep horses in city-limits and in back yards because I have literally THE PERFECT YARD (if such were legal) for a horse!!

12Ft walls, 1/4 acre, lots of shade trees, soft ground with good drainage, safety, as all walls are cinderblock. We have a covered, cement floored rotunda which could easily be matted and converted into a very large double stall if said horse were to need not wander the yard @ times! Finally, we have a wrought iron double gate which is the only way into/out of the yard except through the house. It is very secure and would provide the horse plenty if viewing opportunities of the neighborhood's going-ons!

I've often played with the idea of how long it would take the authories to find out I had a horse here! Ha...but, IF I DID DO THAT, I would be breaking the law, & am not willing to do that!

Okay, that was crazy-long...SORRY!!
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There was a TB gelding I was looking at in Phoenix and one of the pics on his ad made me go "really?!" Here it is: Thoroughbred The second pic. He's clearly in someone's backyard, just like you described you yard, sans the trees and good drainage. lol

Also, Chino is zoned differently than the cities are. It's a rural farming town about 10 miles north of Prescott. There is horse property smack dab in the middle of the city. Heck, one of our neighbors had horses on their acre within a hundred yards of town hall. In fact, when they put the new MacDonald's in (it's been about 20 years ago, now), she tried to ride her horse through the drive-through and got chewed out for it because "it's a DRIVE-through, not a RIDE-through!"

On a side note, I lived in Tucson for six years. For four years I lived WAY out Ajo Highway, almost to Three Points, off a road called Sandario (about three miles past Ryan Airfield). Then I lived at Ajo Rd and I-19 in an apartment complex there for a year (they used to be multi-colored in earth tones of peach, green and red). Then I moved to Broadway and Kold for a year. I worked at the Budget Rent-a-Car in the Tucson Airport and at the Avis in the Sears-Tucson Mall auto center. My ex-husband works for Desert Diamond Casino.

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Wow Drafty!

You lived one light east and north of me new, as we live in the Broadway/Wilmot area! Our house and my husband's blacksmithing shop, (which is attached to our house in an "L" shape), was ONE OF THE FIRST residential-type of buildings built in this part of Tucson, before Tucson had ever even considered extending this far east, around 1930!

Now we're 1/2 mile from The Park Mall! :0) As well, the Ajo/I-19 area is right near where my hospital is!
Small world!! :0)

Ah, well, in the next few years our goal IS to at least move further north, someplace a bit cooler, more small-town-ish, (possibly near your neck-of-the-woods...you are in/near Prescott, right?) We still want/need Az with the politically conservative laws & the kids' mother close enough to see them...until they turn 18, then we have some more options open...if we are still in Tucson by then, we actually would LOVE to go ahead and make a BIG MOVE to Alaska!

Totally off topic, APOLOGIES, HF FOLKS! I realize this is what PMs are for...back to everyone's regular viewing! :0)
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