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post #5861 of 7202 Old 02-12-2013, 02:04 PM
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think that saddle is up far enough? gee.
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Rummy is a 14.3HH registered Missouri Foxtrotter who will be 3 years old this year. He is a very sweet, in your pocket gelding who is extremely mellow and laid back! He is one of the calmest horses I have seen at this age. Very little phases him. He is broke to ride both english and western. He has been ridden on trails and is currently being jumped some. He jumps up to 2'6" with a rider and has free-jumped up to 3'6" (pictured below) in the round pen. He leads, loads, ties, is good for the farrier, and has been hauled to some different arenas with no problems. Both his sire and dam can be seen on site. His dam has 2 World Championship titles and has successfully competed in 4' jumper classes!! His sire has 4 World Championship titles and was recently featured on KVUE Austin news -- see the article and video here: http://www.kvue.com/news/World-Championship-FOxt-188126881.html. (The rider jumping Rummy in the pictures is 5'8"). Rummy is a great prospect and would excel in almost any discipline because of his athleticism and calm disposition.
Not to mention, hes only 3, and thy're already jumping him? Hmmm
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post #5862 of 7202 Old 02-12-2013, 02:06 PM
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yep. and since he is being jumped that high now, I imagine they started jumping him alot younger.

my best friend is my arabian. People always tell me that he's the calmest horse they've ever seen. i tell them he's an arabian. and they are surprised :)
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post #5863 of 7202 Old 02-12-2013, 02:27 PM
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I just noticed this but what is that white line on his back leg? is that a scar?
I'll bet it's from roping.
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post #5864 of 7202 Old 02-12-2013, 03:09 PM
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think that saddle is up far enough? gee.
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Gorgeous Bay Gelding - Jumps/Trails - $2500 (Liberty Hill)



Rummy is a 14.3HH registered Missouri Foxtrotter who will be 3 years old this year. He is a very sweet, in your pocket gelding who is extremely mellow and laid back! He is one of the calmest horses I have seen at this age. Very little phases him. He is broke to ride both english and western. He has been ridden on trails and is currently being jumped some. He jumps up to 2'6" with a rider and has free-jumped up to 3'6" (pictured below) in the round pen. He leads, loads, ties, is good for the farrier, and has been hauled to some different arenas with no problems. Both his sire and dam can be seen on site. His dam has 2 World Championship titles and has successfully competed in 4' jumper classes!! His sire has 4 World Championship titles and was recently featured on KVUE Austin news -- see the article and video here: http://www.kvue.com/news/World-Championship-FOxt-188126881.html. (The rider jumping Rummy in the pictures is 5'8"). Rummy is a great prospect and would excel in almost any discipline because of his athleticism and calm disposition.
Never mind the saddle...he's THREE and already jumping 2'6"?!?!?! They are ruining him!! My old gelding's owners did the same thing with him and now as a 10yo, he can do nothing but light trails *maybe* once a week with a light rider. His right hock is completely fused and his left one is 80% there. Gah!!!!!!!!
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post #5865 of 7202 Old 02-12-2013, 03:27 PM
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I just noticed this but what is that white line on his back leg? is that a scar?
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Looks like it. Can't tell if it's from a whip or getting caught in a fence.
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Yep, it's a scar, but not from a fence or a whip. That looks like a pretty typical rope burn scar to me.

Dobe has one around his left hock from where he got tangled in the nylon when he was a youngster. It's hard to see because of his coloring, but it's at an angle about like this, / just above the hock joint.

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post #5866 of 7202 Old 02-12-2013, 05:21 PM
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think that saddle is up far enough? gee.
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Gorgeous Bay Gelding - Jumps/Trails - $2500 (Liberty Hill)



Rummy is a 14.3HH registered Missouri Foxtrotter who will be 3 years old this year. He is a very sweet, in your pocket gelding who is extremely mellow and laid back! He is one of the calmest horses I have seen at this age. Very little phases him. He is broke to ride both english and western. He has been ridden on trails and is currently being jumped some. He jumps up to 2'6" with a rider and has free-jumped up to 3'6" (pictured below) in the round pen. He leads, loads, ties, is good for the farrier, and has been hauled to some different arenas with no problems. Both his sire and dam can be seen on site. His dam has 2 World Championship titles and has successfully competed in 4' jumper classes!! His sire has 4 World Championship titles and was recently featured on KVUE Austin news -- see the article and video here: http://www.kvue.com/news/World-Championship-FOxt-188126881.html. (The rider jumping Rummy in the pictures is 5'8"). Rummy is a great prospect and would excel in almost any discipline because of his athleticism and calm disposition.
Holy cow - that's a lot to throw at on a "coming 3" - don't these people have brains?
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post #5867 of 7202 Old 02-13-2013, 09:54 AM
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"6 yr old freisian cross. Registered. Paid $3800 for him a year ago. Bought him for potential dressage horse, he could be dressage, jumper, trail, other if you so desire. He does need more training and time than i can currently give him. I just want him to go to a good home.

He is medically sound, no issues, shoes on and replaced every 6 weeks. He is 16.2 hands, gelding, was crossed with a palomino. He trailers fine, has been kept in a stable last year and pasture prior so he could do either. "

A palomino what?
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post #5868 of 7202 Old 02-13-2013, 10:07 AM
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"6 yr old freisian cross. Registered. Paid $3800 for him a year ago. Bought him for potential dressage horse, he could be dressage, jumper, trail, other if you so desire. He does need more training and time than i can currently give him. I just want him to go to a good home.

He is medically sound, no issues, shoes on and replaced every 6 weeks. He is 16.2 hands, gelding, was crossed with a palomino. He trailers fine, has been kept in a stable last year and pasture prior so he could do either. "

A palomino what?
Sadly, a lot of people think palomino (and buckskin...and dun) are breeds, not just colors. I see it a lot in my area. I'd be willing to bet, even without seeing a picture, that he was crossed with a QH, as that's a fairly "popular" friesian cross.
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post #5869 of 7202 Old 02-13-2013, 10:44 AM
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Yep, you're probably right on the QH part of the cross, here's the pic
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post #5870 of 7202 Old 02-13-2013, 10:49 AM
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LOL some of these are hilarious.
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