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post #4051 of 7202 Old 07-12-2012, 02:37 PM
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poor things! Holy crap! why would you even post pictures of horses for sale if they are so darn skinny. ^^ that Paint right there is a riding horse? wow.. that is horrible.. sorry but she/he is like 100 pounds underweight!

maybe not 100 but still needs alot put back into him..
people these days.. i know hay is expensive but if you cant afford hay... really..

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post #4052 of 7202 Old 07-12-2012, 03:00 PM
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BarrelracingArabian - Yeah, I hope their condition hasn't gotten worse tho! I still haven't heard back from the owners :( Hopefully they will respond.
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post #4053 of 7202 Old 07-12-2012, 03:02 PM
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man oh man. And here I thought we had problems. Wth the one persob does not know the first bit of horse terminology but is teaching that is very scary.
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post #4054 of 7202 Old 07-12-2012, 03:10 PM
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Trojan - i hope they answer and you are able to get them out of there even if just tp fatten them up and find good homes.

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post #4055 of 7202 Old 07-12-2012, 03:27 PM
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BarrelracingArabian, that's about the best I could do for them.
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post #4056 of 7202 Old 07-12-2012, 03:41 PM
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Yeah they look like they are decent horses the sorrels hind legs worry me too

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post #4057 of 7202 Old 07-12-2012, 08:22 PM
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Omg!!!

Oh man that is funny!!! wow almost worth going to see the horse just to see what is going on LOL!!!
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post #4058 of 7202 Old 07-12-2012, 09:07 PM
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Holy crap I had to add one!

thorough bred stallion / stud horse

"thorough bred stallion / stud horse - $2200

4 year old thorough bred QUARTER HORSE / stallion / stud horse is broken and can be riden. It is the SILVER/GREY horse in the pictures. has not been rode in a years or so.. Very Gentle and Loving horse.. would be great for children to ride. needs to be sold to someone who loves and respects horses. great for stud service, riding or for the farm. perfect for any farm or farmers. $2200.00 cash. or best CASH offer. email your name and contact number and I will call you back asap. I do not know anymore about the horse except is in great condition and has stud / pregnated two mares. I do not know how to measure the horse, if you are interested email me your number and I will call you back ASAP to answer questions. I can NOT show on Saturday! I DO NOT REPLY BACK TO EMAILS, BUT WILL CALL YOU BACK. NEED TO SELL ASAP "

First of all, 4 years old, hasn't been ridden in years (so pretty much was broke and turned back out) and still a stud and say would be GOOD for a CHILD to RIDE? Are they on CRACK? And don't know anything about the horse except that it got two mares pregnant. Dear Lord my eyes are bleeding.

Cute horse though....

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post #4059 of 7202 Old 07-12-2012, 09:38 PM
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I actually really like that grey. I'd geld him and have him in proper fencing. But he looks decent.
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post #4060 of 7202 Old 07-13-2012, 02:09 AM
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does anyone know how much it generally costs to geld a horse? I mean... is it really quite expensive? It seems to me, that there is a lot of folks out there that choose not to geld their studs... whom CLEARLY need to be gelded. I'm just wondering if it's because it's expensive. I can honestly say, I haven't ever had the vet out to geld a horse before!

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