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post #4681 of 7202 Old 10-13-2012, 10:54 PM
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Oh my gosh. Not papered, not even broke to lead, but if you're looking for a stud to breed he's your guy! What the hell? And they bred him to their "YOUNG" mare. This is so frustrating. Plus he's a "BAY" with a flaxen mane and tail. Of course looking at the ad you can see he's sorrel, so that just makes it all the more facepalm-worthy.
are they SELLING him for $50? Because besides their own stupidity and the fact he should prolly get the snip, that's a nice lookin little horse.
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are they SELLING him for $50? Because besides their own stupidity and the fact he should prolly get the snip, that's a nice lookin little horse.
Yep, selling him for $50. But he isn't broke to lead, and he's already covered a mare. He's also being kept in a tobacco barn from the looks of it. He's really not outrageously far from me. Maybe I should go see him! Haha. He is cute ;)
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post #4683 of 7202 Old 10-14-2012, 12:16 AM
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Nice little horse.. just not white. Lol.
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are they SELLING him for $50? Because besides their own stupidity and the fact he should prolly get the snip, that's a nice lookin little horse.

He isn't bad looking. So they don't have enough time for him, but have bred him to their mare to produce a baby. I guess we'll be seeing the unhandled baby for sale here soon.

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post #4685 of 7202 Old 10-14-2012, 10:24 AM
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just weird

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horses for sale - $300 (noco)
To many horses 1 reg 1/4 horse, and several others. call for details. $300 to $750

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Teehee, I just found this whole story amusing.

Good with lawn mowers, "safe horse grain"...

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Hank is a 16 year old gelding. He is suited for confident beginners - if you know what you are doing and are not scared you will be fine on Hank. He is suitable for trail riding and 4h prospect. Rides western. He is around 1,200 lbs. He is good with cats, dogs, mares (very protective over my mini mares), geldings, cows, cars, lawn mower, etc. I did find out tonight the camera flash makes him jump a little. He can be head strong so you have to have a gentle but firm hand so he knows you are in charge. He is your best friend if you love on him. He does prefer to ride out with others and is a follower, he tends to be in a hurry to get home but he will mind if you hold him back. He is up to date on all shots but does not have coggins. (I can show proof of shots) He is up to date on wormings also. He just had his hooves trimmed September 28th - he had a sore on his front hoof but that is all healed and he is cleared for normal riding again!! Dr. Fisher from Four legged chiropractic was recently out and adjusted him. I bought Hank early this year and absolutely LOVE him so this is very hard to do. My youngest sister has her own horse so no longer uses him and my other sister decided she doesn't want him any more either. I am too scared to ride. I went out riding for the first time on him a month ago, i'm a very green beginner, hadn't rode in 5 years. With much nervousness I took off and he did AWESOME, we went up hills, through orchards, corn fields, down hills, etc, rode a good 30 minutes...then he tripped on something and started taking off on me, I couldn't stop him (I was so scared after he tripped I don't even know if I tried) and fell off the side of the saddle. He did not buck/rear. He did however run straight home and waited at the fence. His front foot was sore after his run home but after rest, farrier checkups and soaks they are healed and he is cleared for normal riding. The farrier suggested the chiropractor. She said he was stiff through his hips so she adjusted him and gave me an exercise of having him back up an incline for 10 steps a day. (i have paperwork from her too) He is doing great. He had been hesitant to stop and not very cooperative riding before the chiropractor - my sister took him out today (the 29th) for a short ride and he minded very well. He does like to have a buddy so he stayed in the pasture with his mate to ride. He really needs someone that will put more miles on him and help build up his muscle and trim his FAT, he is a BIG boy!! I have a trainer that has worked with him recently too that is willing to help me show him and answer questions about him. He is currently at my parents house, behind my house, with a 27 year old gelding, before that he was with 3 miniature mares and before that he was with 3 geldings, he has always done great with the other horses. He does not eat grain, we were feeding a small amount of sweet feed with sand clear for sand in his belly. The sand cleared up but he got the runs and then gas colic from the feed. The vet says no grain or only safe horse grain if needed (they sell it at Tractor Supply, although I have not tested him with it). He does great and maintains his weight well on just hay/pasture and has not had the runs or gas colic issues since stopping the grain with sand clear
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Yep, selling him for $50. But he isn't broke to lead, and he's already covered a mare. He's also being kept in a tobacco barn from the looks of it. He's really not outrageously far from me. Maybe I should go see him! Haha. He is cute ;)
If he has a decent head on his shoulders, he might make a good little trail horse. I guess that just shocked me a bit, I've been seeing thin and less than healthy horses for sale for under $200 all over (my recent was $170), never seen one that would be in otherwise good health for under $100 though, ****.
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You have to keep him forever, can't train him, and the old owner's gonna randomly show up sometimes. Other than that, it's all good. Oh, and he's 14 hands and 1,800 pounds.
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You have to keep him forever, can't train him, and the old owner's gonna randomly show up sometimes. Other than that, it's all good. Oh, and he's 14 hands and 1,800 pounds.
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LOL, yeah I'm totally going to pay $500 to basically feed someone else's pasture pet.
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Just had to post this one @[email protected] Really? They can't decide if it's a filly or a colt or how much the poor thing is to be sold for. Not to mention the skinny horses in the background. Cute little pony, I'd take him/her home in a heart beat if I could

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Young filly colt, less than one year old, needs to get out of jail. Bail is set at $2000 but will release for a 10% bail payment or extradition payment. Has not plead guilty to anything except being a colt. She refuses to acknowledge she is a mule. Looks like she will have a tendency to escape so either you will have to keep close reigns on her or wide open space for her desire to roam to be satisfied. Total bail is set at $200
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