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post #5081 of 7202 Old 11-26-2012, 04:16 AM
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"This is Reggie, I bought 2 standys at the same time to get something to suit me, i have chosen the smaller version. Reggie is 15/2 or 3hh. Floats,ties,traffic proof,feet etc, perfect in every way bar one. He will need a very exp home with someone who won't allow children to race around in the paddock with him. He's 10 yr old and a sweetheart. A learner could ride him BUT he has one issue we were not told when we bought him. I would like to lease him, however if you got on with him I would sell him. Our float has a soft top so as you can see by the photo the bit of flapping doesn't bother him. He does need to go b4 end of nov. PM me if you are interested and i will ring you. I can deliver him to you but would like to keep an eye on him if you are leasing, needs to be long term lease not just for summer."

So... You gonna tell us what his vice is or just that he has one?
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post #5082 of 7202 Old 11-26-2012, 10:11 AM
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Originally Posted by MysterySparrow View Post
pistol peat is a brat but he is a whole lot of fun he has the personality of a pony for sure but he is super sweet boy he will fallow you everywere loves attention treats and fed time he loves to run around and see anything that might be interesting in his pasture he will ride a kid sometimes unless he dosent feel like it them he just stands there and eats he is a awsome cart pony has good speed keeps up his trot and has a good reverse 4 white feet blond mane and tail look good pulling the buggy but once again if he dont want to he will stand there and eat and you have to talk really sweet to him to make him go he loads on the trailer good and likes kids or really anyone that may pay attention to him he dosent like to miss out on anything he is a chunkey boy with good feet leads ties loads he really is a good boy he is just a pony so not really for a begginer (if you plan on making him do anything anyway) but is not mean at all no buck bite rear none of that please call if you may be interested in this butterball of fun 336 936 9344 no horse traders please a good home is a must just downsizing for winter

mini paint gelding pulls buggy

Um... Punctuation? Maybe a little?
I'm "loving" the way they're explaining away his naughtiness with "but he's pony, so it's ok because it's just what ponies do." *facepalm*
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post #5083 of 7202 Old 11-26-2012, 03:13 PM
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To the ponies I posted ; I feel bad and decided to text the owner.

I really want to get the poor things.
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post #5084 of 7202 Old 11-26-2012, 03:38 PM
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Good Luck Janna, I hope it works out for you and them. Bless you for trying!
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post #5085 of 7202 Old 11-26-2012, 09:16 PM
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bomb proof horse

Had to share. This is pathetic.

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post #5086 of 7202 Old 11-26-2012, 10:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Back2Horseback View Post
If that's their idea of beautiful, well, just, yikes...and in pic#4; Yah...could her back be ANY MORE HOLLOWED? Tucking that head to just behind the vertical "ain't gonna do nothin' for her total lack of being ACTUALLY round/on the bit"! Ugh people--do folks really fall for this "presentation style" ...poor mare.
I do like that mare- not for the 'presentation' but in spite of it. If she's tolerated that and she's still been a sweetie, I wanna take her out of that, feed and train her up and teach her how to actually carry herself. I have this dream of a pair- my red dun and a nice little black dun to go with. Poor girl.
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post #5087 of 7202 Old 11-27-2012, 08:54 PM
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Another 1 1/2 year old being ridden-_- sheesh
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post #5088 of 7202 Old 11-27-2012, 09:20 PM
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[QUOTE=Sharpie;1773923]I do like that mare- not for the 'presentation' but in spite of it. If she's tolerated that and she's still been a sweetie, I wanna take her out of that, feed and train her up and teach her how to actually carry herself. I have this dream of a pair- my red dun and a nice little black dun to go with. Poor girl.[/QUOTE/]

I'm complete in agreement with that conceptually!! In fact, were I to have the necessary experience mainly, and additional funds as well certainly, I find that there are MANY sweeties on this thread over it's run whom I have wished to be able to do the same with!

I believe a number of folks actually have, & in that regard, this thread has been a LOT MORE VALUABLE than simply a "semi-mocking" tool to make fun of (behind their backs, of course--as that's so much more morally appropriate--NOT--though I too have been MORE THAN GUILTY OF SAME...many times, I should refrain--tis just so frustrating at times seeing these creatures not be given everything I BELIEVE, as do most in this forum, they truly DESERVE! And out comes the mocking I assume, for that reason?) the uneducated/uncaring/&/or uninformed horse owners/sellers of the world as to their less-than-stellar horsemanship ways!
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post #5089 of 7202 Old 11-27-2012, 10:41 PM
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$5 for a round bale of hay... that seems fishy...

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EDIT: NEVERMIND, I see that's for a square bale... still very inexpensive for both round and square bales.
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post #5090 of 7202 Old 11-27-2012, 11:09 PM
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$20 for a round bale?! That's unheard of here. We just brought in 2 today for $60 each. Others we've found near here are $80-100 a round bale. Square bales are currently $6
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