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post #5711 of 7202 Old 01-24-2013, 09:28 AM
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I just looked again. I don't think it's my phone. I think they have seriously miscalculated her age.
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agree, mane and tail are also too long for a 7 month old. I have two (healthy) 8 month old QH fillies at home - I would have to get concerned about their nutrition intake if they have to stand comparison with that "7 month" old rescue.
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post #5712 of 7202 Old 01-24-2013, 10:39 AM
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I did read a ad the other day
I have for sale black horse has four legs one tail two ears and eats a lot willing to let it go cheap!
I thought that was a little funny.
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post #5713 of 7202 Old 01-24-2013, 05:03 PM
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I think I've found one.

DraftsForSale.com: Percheron Horse For Sale - Lady and Lucy

The description was what caught my attention. First I thought the seller was talking about a horse then I realized, it's the husband they're talking about. Uhm. Where's the info on the horses themselves? Now that we know something about the hubby, can we learn more about the horses they're selling, please?
Yeah that's an awful ad. Sounds like the wife is just mad and not really wanting to sell them. LOL
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post #5714 of 7202 Old 01-24-2013, 05:20 PM
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I did read a ad the other day
I have for sale black horse has four legs one tail two ears and eats a lot willing to let it go cheap!
I thought that was a little funny.
LMAO!!
I got a few of them too!

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post #5715 of 7202 Old 01-24-2013, 05:59 PM
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For those of you who haven't seen Charro training, the video - well, is just sad. Poor horse has no release from pressure. He seems a saint to put up with that, a well timed double barrel could maybe take the pressure off.

Apaluza Horse - $3700 (Miraloma)



Apaluza Horse - $3700 ()


The Appaloosa's heritage is as colorful and unique as its coat pattern. Usually noticed and recognized because of its spots and splashes of color, the abilities and beauty of this breed are more than skin deep.

Appaloosas are found in nearly every discipline. Setting speed records on the race track, excelling at advanced levels of dressage, jumping, games, reining, roping, pleasure, endurance and as gentle family horses - any of these roles can be filled by the versatile Appaloosa. Their eager-to-please attitudes and gentle dispositions make them a pleasure to work with in any area.

Humans have recognized and appreciated the spotted horse throughout history


This Horse is 5 years OLD...


look video for inquiry...



Any question let me know at ....thanks!!!


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post #5716 of 7202 Old 01-24-2013, 06:34 PM
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For those of you who haven't seen Charro training, the video - well, is just sad. Poor horse has no release from pressure. He seems a saint to put up with that, a well timed double barrel could maybe take the pressure off.

Apaluza Horse - $3700 (Miraloma)



Apaluza Horse - $3700 ()


The Appaloosa's heritage is as colorful and unique as its coat pattern. Usually noticed and recognized because of its spots and splashes of color, the abilities and beauty of this breed are more than skin deep.

Appaloosas are found in nearly every discipline. Setting speed records on the race track, excelling at advanced levels of dressage, jumping, games, reining, roping, pleasure, endurance and as gentle family horses - any of these roles can be filled by the versatile Appaloosa. Their eager-to-please attitudes and gentle dispositions make them a pleasure to work with in any area.

Humans have recognized and appreciated the spotted horse throughout history


This Horse is 5 years OLD...


look video for inquiry...

Potrillo apaluza - YouTube


Any question let me know at ....thanks!!!
You have to watch almost 4 minutes of it until the poor horse tries to get away from the pressure - guess these morons don't even know how to edit a video. I don't even want to imagine how they teach a horse to keep on moving its feet like this
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post #5717 of 7202 Old 01-24-2013, 07:30 PM
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Gosh that horse is so beautiful! Does anyone know why the guy is making him weave his head back and forth? It looked like the guy was doing it, not the horse.
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post #5718 of 7202 Old 01-24-2013, 11:24 PM
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Here we have .... a 3year old mustang mare. How dare she not being a beginners horse thus the poor owners have to sell her. Her 2012 foal is not for sale, though ... makes you only wonder how old the mare was when she concived the foal

Mustang Paint Mare - $600 (Cheyenne)



I'm selling my 3 year old mustang mare. She's a brown and white paint. I'm only selling her because we bought her under the impression that she would be a good beginners horse, but as she has fattened up a little more (she was on the thin side when we got her) she is proving not to be a beginners horse. With more training, I'm sure she'll make someone a great (and gorgeous) horse, but I need a horse that everyone in the family could ride and I don't have the time to get her there. I can send pictures upon request.

She has had one foal born in April of 2012- a gorgeous little red roan filly. She is not for sale, but I'd be more than glad to send pictures of her as well.

I am asking 600 or best offer. Email me with any questions, put Mustang in the subject line so I can weed out the spam. Thanks.
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post #5719 of 7202 Old 01-24-2013, 11:48 PM
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Oh. I wonder if they're keeping the foal as a beginners horse since the dam didn't work out. That makes perfect sense. Babies are soooo easy ;) lol
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post #5720 of 7202 Old 01-24-2013, 11:52 PM
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How do they know that she won't be a good beginners horse someday.... SHE'S THREE!!! So wait. They are willing to train a baby... but not work with a three year old horse??? Gah! People are so strange :P I wish I was closer because I think she is beautiful and I would be more than willing to find a way to squeeze her into my schedule and work with her :)
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