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post #4301 of 7202 Old 08-21-2012, 12:12 AM
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I think by "field" they meant "the tiny, barbed-wired off mud pit we use as a pasture", rather than "a proper, even if muddy from the rain (that obviously can't really be helped) but with a bit of room to move-about-type-of -pasture, with safe fencing"! ;0)
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post #4302 of 7202 Old 08-21-2012, 12:20 AM
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Another ADULT riding a MINI! That seems to be the thing to do around here, almost every ad for a pony has an adult on them.

Miniature gelding
No DOUBT! Poor little guy...AND look at his horribly long slipper feet! Um, trim much...NOT! All around terrible (+ note the barbed-wire fencing on top of everything else...)--AND really a cute little boy, just too bad! Hand to shaking head.
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post #4303 of 7202 Old 08-21-2012, 12:21 AM
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Another ADULT riding a MINI! That seems to be the thing to do around here, almost every ad for a pony has an adult on them.

Miniature gelding
POOR PONY! makes him look like a freaking kids teddy bear.. not saying that girl is HUGE but.. still awh..

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post #4304 of 7202 Old 08-21-2012, 12:23 AM
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I wonder what would happen if he tried to buck her off..? and I have barbed wire.. but it sucks..:/

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post #4305 of 7202 Old 08-21-2012, 07:11 AM
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I am not lucky enough to own my own property, nor have I ever had to make property owner type decisions...thus let me be SUPER CLEAR that I in NO manner "judge" ANYONE for having barbed-wire fencing...the ONLY reason I occasionally make note of it is because I have seen, sadly, some of the terrible injuries the stuff has caused to beloved horses of folks right here on this forum, mainly... I TOTALLY get how costly it can be to re-fence, especially a large acreage property...so again, I make NO JUDGEMENT if a person either wants it OR doesn't want it, but can't afford to replace it...it just puts my often way too excitable "worrywartness" into overdrive is all!! :0)
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post #4306 of 7202 Old 08-21-2012, 12:47 PM
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I found this today on CL:


FREE HORSE!!!!!

2 year old Paint Mare-- would like to get rid of her ASAP because I can't Train her she's very wild and willful but I know if Someone breaks her in She will be a Stunning Mare. Great Mover and if she is ridden she will buck but if you Break her in she will be amazing.
She's 15.2 HH and will keep growing. Nice green horse break her Your way Amazing Bloodlines.
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post #4307 of 7202 Old 08-21-2012, 01:06 PM
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Saw an ad the the other day for a mare that is apparently 15.9 hands tall. LOL!
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post #4308 of 7202 Old 08-21-2012, 03:54 PM
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This was an ad I found on kijiji....

Gelding horse for sale.


That's it no pic, no price, no information besides gelding horse!
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post #4309 of 7202 Old 08-22-2012, 12:44 AM
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Cowgirl, can you provide a link?? That's EVERYTHING I've EVER WANTED in a horse...I've FINALLY FOUND my PERFECT HORSE! (Ha...lol!) ;0)
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post #4310 of 7202 Old 08-22-2012, 12:48 AM
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Cowgirl, can you provide a link?? That's EVERYTHING I've EVER WANTED in a horse...I've FINALLY FOUND my PERFECT HORSE! (Ha...lol!) ;0)
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Ahh I'm sorry musta sold, it was definitely a one in a million!! Haha
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