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post #4701 of 7202 Old 10-15-2012, 05:06 PM
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2 1/5 yr old filly

Selling a 2.5 yr old that is broke, The filly is a fair sale from Washington county,she is a AQHA papered.sire is Peptos doc athena,mare is Montes little gold,Email your # and i will get back to you.I am very motivated seller so any resonable offer will be considerd.




this has to be one of the worst wasp waists I've seen in a while.


I have a Big 16'3 plus hand Quarter Gelding kid/ Beginner horse. We just use him trailrides and teach beginners how to ride.. He is a layed back horse, easy goin, no bad habits.. $500 or OBO http://gifboom.com/x/4d597b37

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O_O I dont know how you could possibly find a saddle to fit this guy. Steep croup, butt high, and sway backed to boot! Poor thing.





This one isn't stupid, but I'd snatch her up in a second if I had the money! Her riders are doing a disservice to her but with some proper training, a mule with that temperment is worth its weight in gold. I'm glad they dont have her in a torture bit, either. Seems like a total sweetheart.

Gorgeous Paint Bombproof Mule Anyone Can Ride - $4500

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GORGEOUS PAINT 8 yr old 15.1 hands tall Mare Mule that is BOMBPROOF in every way. SHE IS SAFE, SOUND, and BROKE. There is nothing you can not do on this mule. She acts like a horse, she is not your typical mule. Even if you are not a mule person you will love this mule. She rides the very best, has been roped off of and used to work cattle, has carried a flag in parades and grand entries at rodeos, and is a pro pack mule. She has been on thousands of hunting trips. She has had a gun shot off her both on hunting trips. Will stand and not move when you shot off her or around her. She has packed deer, elk, and a bear out of the mountains. She will cross water, cross bridges, has been rode in every kind of terrain, she is sure footed, not at all tender footed, you can pop a bull whip standing up on her, can slide off behind her, crawl in under her, can open and close gates on her. She is a very pretty traveling mule, backs up great, has a great stop, all you have to do is say whoa, light in the mouth, we mainly ride her in a hackamore, she does not need a heavy bit to control her, has a smooth trot, short lopes, easy to get to trot and lope, you dont have to wear spurs, she can be rode bareback with just a halter, can catch her anywhere and when i say where i mean anywhere. She will meet you at the gate. Loves attention. Been used on thousands of trail rides and hunts all over the US. If you can sit on her you can ride her no matter your riding level or age. ANYONE CAN RIDE HER and ABSOLUTELY DO ANYTHING THEY WANT ON HER. You can ride her once a month a once a year and she is the same. She does not need a tune up or need to be warmed up. You can just get on her and go. Stands perfect to be saddled and mounted. She will let you use a mounting block, fence, or bucket to get on and off. She will stand perfectly still and let you clip her ear and bridle path. She is not ear shy or head shy. He will let you pick up all her feet, will stand tied still all day long without pawing or moving around, she will stand ground tied when out hunting off her, she stakes out great hobbled or on a line when over night camping, loads and hauls great. No health problems. 100% Sound. SHE DOES NOT HAVE ANY BAD HABITS OR QUIRKS. Does not buck, will not run off, will not kick, not buddy sour or barn sour, she will ride alone or in a group, loads and hauls great. She is not scarred of anything, will not spook at on the trail, she is use to hunting dogs making lots of noise and running up behind her. SHE IS A BEEN THERE DONE THAT ALL AROUND EXCELLENT MULE. She has a sweet willing to please personality and will do whatever is ask of her. You can look a long time and will not come close to finding another one like her. Price $4500 cash only

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Look at this guy's legs O_o no wonder he has no buck! Too bad too...he's cute.



i have a 5 year old bay gelging very stout very nice no buck no bad habbits at all you can reach me at 832 535 0917 thanks $1000


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post #4702 of 7202 Old 10-15-2012, 08:15 PM
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Just a quick comment on the 'trying horses that are to expensive' - I did that once. I called about a local horse, asked the lowest price they'd take, and said that it was still too much, but thanks anyway. And then the owner said 'why don't you come out and try him anyway?'. Never ended up riding him, turned out that he was a little bit lame in the front left leg and she hadn't known since her hubby had been the only rider in the past 6 months due to pregnancy, and even then he'd only gotten on the week before. It all comes down to whether or not the owner is a nice person IMO.
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post #4703 of 7202 Old 10-16-2012, 09:21 AM
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Found this one and it made me laugh....................

Joker is in excellent health, he is a 16 year old quarter horse gelding; he stands 14.3-15HH and weighs in at about 1050. He may be register able, we have a photo copy of his papers and but I have not yet called the AQHA to see if it is possible to replace his papers. If the copy that came with him is correct, he is a nicely bred ranch/family horse, no big names on his papers, but about five -- six generations back he boasts Doc Bar, King Fritz and Mr. San Peppy. He has the laid back attitude of a Doc Bar horse.
Joker is broke to ride, sort of. Joker has a tendency to ignore his rider; he walks right out and goes forward with little to effort. He does not stop, turn, slow down, or back up. He is quite skilled at yanking the bit from you and doing whatever the heck he wants! We have a picture of him riding down the trail with a tom thumb so I thought we'd try a curb bit. He is slightly better, but mostly just ignores you with his head higher. Joker will buck when he's had enough of being told what to do.
Currently Joker is suitable for an advance rider/trainer, but starts his training ASAP to soften him and open up his options for placement. He'll be an outstanding trail horse!
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post #4704 of 7202 Old 10-16-2012, 10:36 AM
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Anyone looking for a nice pertron cross?

pertron morgan cross 7 year old trail broke gelding 15.2 hands tall jet black in color very pretty horse.



OR The blind riding the blind!

Hes kid safe if u put him in a round pen just keep reading u c y hes easy for farrier leading loading and catchin. 16 hands hes a blue merle and white color. 14 years old. Trail rides. Need EXPERIENCED horse owmer hes BLIND in both eyes and will never see again. He would be great for a blind person who rides they can cope together. only had him for a month was ematiated when i got him. he needs a clean pasture and run. do some research he isnt useless. GOOD home a must!! Price is almost free or trade for a young gaited horse or pony or western saddle. I dont have the rite place for him hes stall kept rite now. call/text8596638297 Hes voice camand knows walk on, step up, step down, woah, and easy down. I REPEAT EXPERINCED HORSE OWNER and HES BLIND and i will keep him if the rite home never shows up. or trade for gaited mule?
OMG!! I am crying over here!!!

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post #4705 of 7202 Old 10-16-2012, 11:36 AM
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OMG!! I am crying over here!!!

At the risk of everybbody thinkin I've lost my marbles...

I used to lease a blind horse who for years was comfortably ridden by a blind man. Apparently they had an amazing relationship, never had any problems and nobody would have known that one, or indeed both were completely blind.
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post #4706 of 7202 Old 10-16-2012, 12:01 PM
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At the risk of everybbody thinkin I've lost my marbles...

I used to lease a blind horse who for years was comfortably ridden by a blind man. Apparently they had an amazing relationship, never had any problems and nobody would have known that one, or indeed both were completely blind.
How and where did they ride?
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post #4707 of 7202 Old 10-16-2012, 12:13 PM
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At the risk of everybbody thinkin I've lost my marbles...

I used to lease a blind horse who for years was comfortably ridden by a blind man. Apparently they had an amazing relationship, never had any problems and nobody would have known that one, or indeed both were completely blind.
Oh man, you just messed that up for me, hehehehehe.
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12 years old, 14.6hh, broke but hasnt had alot of work and all for the bargain price of $5000.
Oui....

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post #4709 of 7202 Old 10-16-2012, 05:59 PM
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nvr2Many- O_o that video was just flat out scary to watch. I was just waiting for him to go into a tantrum. What are they thinking, riding a GREEN horse in a tomb thumb/curb yanking him around? He obviously has clue what they want from him. Too bad too, he's rather cute.


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15.2 reg 3yr old stared stallion sorrel out of cool aid kid he is a big boy and wil get bigger easy to handel tx/call for more info and pictuers also have new billy cook 14, barrel saddel
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hey great, a 18 month old stud colt with a severely clubbed foot and has been ridden already.



Handsome 18 month old sorrel stud colt needs a home. He is puppy dog gentle, has been raised with and worked with by kids. He has been started working under saddle and has been being ridden bareback for the last month or so and does great! Very well mannered and eager to please. He has papers but his mother's owner wants to see where he will be living before papers are handed over. Please contact Chalan @ 281-733-4087 for more information on him.















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I was waiting for the tantrum also!!!

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