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post #5391 of 7202 Old 12-15-2012, 05:55 PM
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WORST photoshop done ever I guess they wanted his tail to look darker for the pic?

2 year old male bay

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post #5392 of 7202 Old 12-15-2012, 08:26 PM
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What I like most is their claim to honesty at the end. Uhm, you obviously photo-shopped your animal, how's that for honesty?
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post #5393 of 7202 Old 12-15-2012, 08:34 PM
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Sorry, slipped a bit - this is for a dog, but it's *amazing* ... unfortunately a bit difficult to read.


rehomeing dog (edgemont)

Date: 2012-12-14, 8:10PM MST


rehome a dog we do not have any pic and thair is no way i can take a pic of her name is patty and we do not know how old she is and all that stuff she been fix our male dog keeps geting on her and thair not been any puppys she keeps breaking and our nextdoor namboors dose not like it i am not shipping her 2 no one she like kids and cats no dogs she keeps getting mad at our male dog all the time wane he plays with her you need to come and meat her our kids keep rideing her all the time you can email me thanks for looking
Oui... I do believe that earned me a headache.
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post #5394 of 7202 Old 12-15-2012, 08:39 PM
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Their kids RIDE the DOG all the time? And their male dog constantly mount her? Yes, please someone pick up the dog and save her!
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post #5395 of 7202 Old 12-15-2012, 08:56 PM
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Not a horse but omg skinny
Baby calves
Goodness, I want one...
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post #5396 of 7202 Old 12-16-2012, 06:35 PM
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Nothing great, this one just made me smile from a simple misspelling. Nice looking horse though.

appaloosa cross tb

appaloosa cross tb 16hh good to catch shoe float ect a quiet horse to ride alone or in a small group , he does get a bit fizzy in a large group so needs a rider with some experience. no buck bolt rear or pigroot been used for trailriding has done trampenning and campdrafting.

I now can't get the thought of trampenning out of my head, namely horses running around the streets of Melbourne chasing down trams like the cowboys in old western movies.
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post #5397 of 7202 Old 12-16-2012, 08:58 PM
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I agree, those calves aren't emaciated, but they could do with a bit more mass. The problem is that they come from Jersey mommas, which are milk cows. They are handled the same way as Holstein calves and weaned almost at the moment they are born so that momma's milk can be collected. That doesn't exactly give them the best start at life.

Some calf breeds are just naturally more rangy than others. Longhorns, Brahma, Jersey, Holstein, and every other breed that isn't bred to be beef cattle like Hereford and Angus.
You rock, Smrobs! Unless you're really ticked off about a post, (and when you are, usually everyone else is, too!) your post, as per usual--was informative and descriptive, with valid reasoning; explained with patience and kindness, with a bent toward educating, rather than mocking--are always appreciated! Thanks...

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post #5398 of 7202 Old 12-17-2012, 10:50 AM
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Saw an ad for horse for sale or possible lease. Long ad with many "nice" things to say about this "sweetheart" of a horse until this bit here:

"I am looking for someone who is willing to work with him, he is sweet and good natured (he is not crazy) he simply needs someone who has patience and experience who is willing to give him time to adjust to a new environment."

Why would someone put in the comment "he is not crazy"?? Has that been previously suggested or shown in his behaviour? Goes on to say:

"unfortunately he had a horrific experience with the last person who bought him and is not as good at trailering as he used to be."

Hmmm.....aren't you the last person that bought him, seeing as how you own him? Makes me wonder if someone came to buy him and had to back out because this horse isn't all she's claiming him to be.
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post #5399 of 7202 Old 12-17-2012, 12:03 PM
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found this one today and I feel bad for the horse :/

"Female paso fino horse for sale. Very nice "paso" or "walk". reins and sadle do not comply."



Im not good with english saddles but i think the stirrups are wrong
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post #5400 of 7202 Old 12-17-2012, 12:35 PM
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found this one today and I feel bad for the horse :/

"Female paso fino horse for sale. Very nice "paso" or "walk". reins and sadle do not comply."



Im not good with english saddles but i think the stirrups are wrong

Everything about that is wrong
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