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post #4771 of 7202 Old 10-21-2012, 11:30 AM
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AQHA SACRIFICE: UNPLANNED EXPENSE
"My unplanned surgery becomes your benefit! Must sacrifice finely bred AQHA sweetheart mare. This 7 yr, 15'1" Grullo mare is a true people person. Proven excellent brood mare having thrown 3 fine get. Additionally, she's trained western pleasure and gentle for any age. Rides bareback too. Her pedigree includes AQHA HALL OF FAME GREATS to mention some: Beduino, Poco Bueno, Traveler, Three Bars, and King. Will let go for $2,500 --OBO. She is currently in foal to ALFREDOS CHICK and due the first part of March."




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post #4772 of 7202 Old 10-21-2012, 11:42 AM
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^ not to mention, GREY not grullo. how dumb can you get?!

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She's pretty though> Ill give her that LOL

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post #4774 of 7202 Old 10-21-2012, 12:02 PM
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wth?!?


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A great tool for correcting behavior problems like cribbing, windsucking, kicing, stricking, wood chewing, stall or confinement vices, weaving, stall kicing and many more bad habits in horse. I used this on a couples of my horses and it worked great. I no longer have horses so I am offering it for sale. It may also work on dogs. Please call Don at XXXXXXXXXX. Please no text messages.




i DID some research.. this thing is like a dog SHOCK collar? why would you shock a horse? IMO bad idea

Does it really work??
As much as I'd love something really effective to discourage my horse from cribbing, I've heard too many stories of those malfunctioning and shocking the horse continuously, with the horse being uncatchable until the battery wore out O_o
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post #4775 of 7202 Old 10-21-2012, 12:10 PM
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^ my trainer used one of these on a mare that we had in on consignment. She would crib her stall guard over and over and over... trouble is, the electric shock collar didn't even work. She'd crib, it would shock her, and she'd go right back in to crib some more. It's not enough of a shock for them to stop cribbing permanently.

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post #4776 of 7202 Old 10-21-2012, 01:19 PM
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Alot of times cribbing starts as a form of self medication, it works like a pain reliever, like humans getting lightly stoned, it then becomes an addiction. Not for every horse, but often this is the case. If a horse cribs my first response would be to rule out every medical issue, not buy a shock collar. Once it's an addiction even pain may not be enough to break it. It may be relieving more pain than it's causing.
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post #4777 of 7202 Old 10-21-2012, 01:31 PM
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Using a shock collar or any other "training tool" to make a horse quit cribbing is just unhumane. Cribbing can not be "healed" and shocking or beating a horse will not break the habit. It can be surpressed (cribbing collar, surgery, an environment without any place to crib on), but not stopped by training. Pawing and such things - different story. I am not all against the shock collar, I don't believe in the "broke and shocked the horse for hours"-story, however, it is a very strong tool in the wrong hands.
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post #4778 of 7202 Old 10-21-2012, 03:20 PM
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post #4779 of 7202 Old 10-21-2012, 03:34 PM
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Not a horse, but horse-related. We call this the "Tucson Speschal"!

horse trailer

good trailer to haul horses or goats, good tires , no title only a bill of sale asking 275 obo may trade for roping saddle or guns of equal value contact me at 520-282-9176

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post #4780 of 7202 Old 10-21-2012, 05:41 PM
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