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post #5721 of 7202 Old 01-25-2013, 12:45 AM
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I wonder if that is her true colour, or some type of fungus along her back. I've seen several horses with fungus, with the same look.

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post #5722 of 7202 Old 01-25-2013, 11:24 AM
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Responsible breeding at its finest...............NOT
Free breeding to Homozygous APHA stallion - $1 (Lexington, ky)

FREE Breeding
Cowboysmillionheir is a registered Paint stallion. He has a great temperament and throws 100% color so far.

I use him as a breeding stallion, teaser and riding horse (even beginners can ride). I am personally not breeding for foals any more, yet I like him to have a 'wife' each year. Therefore, I am offering him for free breeding(s) for 2013.

Your cost would be your share of hay and grain while the mare is at my farm. This is for pasture breeding only and only for open mares without foals at side. Additional fees would occur if you want hand breeding as I would have to hire help for each breeding. Mare(s) do not have to be registered. Any costs related to registering a foal will be incurred by mare owner. This includes - my APHA membership, Report of Mares Bred filing fee and any other necessary fees. You would be responsible for looking up what the current APHA fees are and providing the forms for me to fill out. APHA lets you download these forms.

Please email for any further questions and/or bookings. No spammers please.
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post #5723 of 7202 Old 01-25-2013, 11:54 AM
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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


A lot of them put them in a chute with cross ties and whip their legs to get them trying to go forward but that can't so they start dancing and of course the head is held in by it pushing on the cross ties.


I've seen it. Except they didn't whip the legs, just tapped them with a stick to ask for it to pick its legs up. And it eventually gets it.and does it automatically.
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post #5724 of 7202 Old 01-25-2013, 12:24 PM
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Responsible breeding at its finest...............NOT
Free breeding to Homozygous APHA stallion - $1 (Lexington, ky)

FREE Breeding
Cowboysmillionheir is a registered Paint stallion. He has a great temperament and throws 100% color so far.

I use him as a breeding stallion, teaser and riding horse (even beginners can ride). I am personally not breeding for foals any more, yet I like him to have a 'wife' each year. Therefore, I am offering him for free breeding(s) for 2013.

Your cost would be your share of hay and grain while the mare is at my farm. This is for pasture breeding only and only for open mares without foals at side. Additional fees would occur if you want hand breeding as I would have to hire help for each breeding. Mare(s) do not have to be registered. Any costs related to registering a foal will be incurred by mare owner. This includes - my APHA membership, Report of Mares Bred filing fee and any other necessary fees. You would be responsible for looking up what the current APHA fees are and providing the forms for me to fill out. APHA lets you download these forms.

Please email for any further questions and/or bookings. No spammers please.
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post #5725 of 7202 Old 01-25-2013, 12:29 PM
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Responsible breeding at its finest...............NOT
Free breeding to Homozygous APHA stallion - $1 (Lexington, ky)

FREE Breeding
Cowboysmillionheir is a registered Paint stallion. He has a great temperament and throws 100% color so far.

I use him as a breeding stallion, teaser and riding horse (even beginners can ride). I am personally not breeding for foals any more, yet I like him to have a 'wife' each year. Therefore, I am offering him for free breeding(s) for 2013.

Your cost would be your share of hay and grain while the mare is at my farm. This is for pasture breeding only and only for open mares without foals at side. Additional fees would occur if you want hand breeding as I would have to hire help for each breeding. Mare(s) do not have to be registered. Any costs related to registering a foal will be incurred by mare owner. This includes - my APHA membership, Report of Mares Bred filing fee and any other necessary fees. You would be responsible for looking up what the current APHA fees are and providing the forms for me to fill out. APHA lets you download these forms.

Please email for any further questions and/or bookings. No spammers please.

Sign me up!!! Heck i've been looking for a should be gelding stallion from jo blows back yard to breed my mare to!! *packs Nasty Brat up and heads south*
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post #5726 of 7202 Old 01-25-2013, 12:47 PM
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this poor baby ;(
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post #5727 of 7202 Old 01-25-2013, 12:54 PM
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WTF - I find pictures of people standing on full-sized horses to be ridiculous/useless enough - but on this little guy??? Maybe he is "hard to catch" and "takes off" because he is trying to get away from people who make him freaking miserable....
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post #5728 of 7202 Old 01-25-2013, 03:54 PM
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If I lived closer, I'd go collect this poor chap. Even my non horsey husband spotted what was wrong here!

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post #5729 of 7202 Old 01-25-2013, 03:56 PM
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If I lived closer, I'd go collect this poor chap. Even my non horsey husband spotted what was wrong here!

Free to good home for sale in Clare - DoneDeal.ie
Oh my........*shakes head* poor pony.
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post #5730 of 7202 Old 01-25-2013, 04:04 PM
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a cannot believe some dumba$$ put a halter on like that.
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