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post #3941 of 7202 Old 06-27-2012, 07:24 PM
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The first picture looks evil haha. the evil eye!



Jewell is an 18hand, 13 year old registered mare. She is a wonderful carriage horse. I have used her the past year at Garrison Gardens, but I decided to sell my carriage and I no longer need her. She also rides. And as you can tell she is beautiful. No vices, great with the farrier, and great temperament. You won't be disappointed. I am also including my almost new biothane harness, which is a 825 value. I don't respond to emails. You can call me at nine03 two44 fiveIfive2



my best friend is my arabian. People always tell me that he's the calmest horse they've ever seen. i tell them he's an arabian. and they are surprised :)
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post #3942 of 7202 Old 06-27-2012, 07:24 PM
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Anyone else wanna smack that kid and tell him to sit up straight?
I do have a completely non sarcastic question though. I know very little about paints, what markings, genetics a horse needs to have to be qualified as one, etc. I didn't know that a solid grey could be a paint...I have heard of breeding stock paints, but I've only seen chestnuts and bays that were called breeding stock. Is it typical to have solid GREY paints? Like I said, a completely non sarcastic question, just curious.

My boyfriend owns a registered APHA and hes a solid gray when hes wet or sweaty you can see his spots on his skin.

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post #3943 of 7202 Old 06-27-2012, 07:26 PM
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Grulla horse for sale
Is it really necessary or smart to tie your green broke horse's reins to the cinch? Really?




I am selling my grulla filly she is a young 4 year old she has papers. I was starting to brake her when she turned 3. She has had some round pen work and has had a saddle on but that is it. She loads in a trailer and hauls stands tied at the trailer. I have to many horses and don't have the time to brake her anymore I need her gone. She is foundation breed. Her registered name is Burning Up Starlight. Call or text for more info 817-240-6899










my best friend is my arabian. People always tell me that he's the calmest horse they've ever seen. i tell them he's an arabian. and they are surprised :)
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post #3944 of 7202 Old 06-27-2012, 07:30 PM
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Great a Spoted quarter horse. And he's neutered! Oh wait according to these people the horse is an "it". I dont like it when people refer to a horse as an "it".
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Sale a Beautiful Spoted Quarter Horse - $2500 (Royse City Tx)

Date: 2012-06-26, 3:11PM CDT
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Good for "Coliaderas" Mexican rodeo competetions!
Or any rodeo
My little 5 year old son rides it himself
He is a very nice and playfull horse
He is trained to laydown off the horse
He is Nutered
He is only 4 years old
Planning on saleing it for 2500$
Contact me at:972-639-4086









my best friend is my arabian. People always tell me that he's the calmest horse they've ever seen. i tell them he's an arabian. and they are surprised :)
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post #3945 of 7202 Old 06-27-2012, 07:37 PM
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Holy shanks on that bit, Batman!

And yes, grey paints (breeding stock or patterned) aren't all that rare. Just run a Google image search. You'll come up with a ton of them.
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post #3946 of 7202 Old 06-27-2012, 07:47 PM
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^^^I agree with you about the shanks on that bit...and I don't know if I would describe the look on that horse's face as "playful" but that's just me. Thanks for the info on the breeding stock grey paints guys. Like I said, I've just never come across one. Though, now I will be on the look out. Learn something new every day.
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post #3947 of 7202 Old 06-27-2012, 08:11 PM
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^^^I agree with you about the shanks on that bit...and I don't know if I would describe the look on that horse's face as "playful" but that's just me. Thanks for the info on the breeding stock grey paints guys. Like I said, I've just never come across one. Though, now I will be on the look out. Learn something new every day.
You've probably seen them before, but thought it was just a grey QH. Heck, BS paints get mistaken for QHs all the time because the two breeds are so closely related.
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post #3948 of 7202 Old 06-27-2012, 08:16 PM
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big and fast cowhorse deluxe

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7 year old big (16.1) red thoroughbred gelding. Gentle enough for intermediate kids (just too much horse for a beginner), tough enough for a cowboy! Hated the track, loves cows! I bought him as my cowhorse this spring, and he's been awesome. Goes all day, and will really track a cow. Fast but not ridiculously hot. Ridden in all kinds of terrain, mountains, brush, etc, also been ridden a bunch in the arena. Previous owner has started a little roping off him- but I don't rope at all, so can't personally say that i have. Rides well alone or with others. Bareback or saddled (western, I don't ride english) Not spooky, doesn't buck, rear, etc. Friendly and easy to catch, but not rude or pushy. Trailers, shoes, ties- but does sometimes set back. Can be a little exciteable at first, nothing terrible .... just fidgits and wants to GO. Calm and rides nice on a loose rein once he's worked some. Very well bred fellow (not that big a deal on a gelding, but figured I'd mention it).
This guy is up for sale because A) the little mare I was breaking this spring is ready to go work now and I really don't need 2 cowhorses for my 1 rearend, and B) I just got dumped off (a different) horse and broke my collarbone, putting me out of work for a few weeks .... so need the $$ right at the moment! Asking $1600 but will entertain offers if gone by the weekend. Call/text/email (970)529-6480








Really, This was the best picture the guy could come up with?
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post #3949 of 7202 Old 06-28-2012, 01:00 AM
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^ Yes, we all know horses poop, all the time, and at importune times, occasionally! MOST OF US probably couldn't care less that a horse poops (unless he ISN'T POOPING; i.e. he is ill, and then it's ALL WE CARE ABOUT!)...however, AGREED that the BEST sale photo they could get was one immediately following the poop leaving his body (tail STILL UP, PILE by hind end??)...& that is the nicest thing I can say about this poor fellow... :0( While photo makes me want to buy him and rescue him from his life...it appears to suck badly for him! :0(
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post #3950 of 7202 Old 06-28-2012, 07:09 AM
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Here is another solid grey paint
Paint is a breed, not a colour. Pinto is a colour, not a breed. A horse can be a solid Paint, as long as they are registered with the APHA. A pinto can be any breed, with white markings.
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