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post #5971 of 7202 Old 02-22-2013, 02:04 PM
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Aw, poor boy. Also, why do people insist on putting pictures of their horses doing their business? Did you have NO other photo to use? I'm also not sure why you would include a picture of him with a broken foot. It's not like the photo does any justice for his conformation.

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"This boy is our last years baby. We bred our mare to a Grulla Stallion, hoping for our own boy to add to our breeding stock. Sadly he was born with lax tendons so he can not be used for breeding. He is still intact and would need to be gelded. He also broke his foot as a result of having lax tendons when he was a baby.(last pic) He still gets around fine but most likely will not be able to be ridden. He has a wonderful personality and would make a great companion to your lonely horse or as a gentle horse for someone to groom and love as a pet.
Please call for more details"









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post #5972 of 7202 Old 02-22-2013, 02:21 PM
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Looking at all the garbage lying around, I'm not surprised he broke his foot. Seeing the way some people keep their property, it's a wonder many horses survive at all.

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post #5973 of 7202 Old 02-22-2013, 02:23 PM
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Forgot to add. Looking at his baby pic, I doubt he broke his foot as the result of having 'lax tendons'. I see no sign of that at all.

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post #5974 of 7202 Old 02-22-2013, 03:16 PM
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I agree with you there featheredfeet...if people kept their crap cleaned up I bet he would have been one nice lookin gelding. well he still does look nice but still its sad that he could possibly have no life ahead of him period.

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post #5975 of 7202 Old 02-22-2013, 03:24 PM
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Yeah, I went and googled some pictures of foals with lax tendons and nearly lost my lunch. None of the pictures really make it easy to see what's going on with him, but I agree with you that he doesn't appear to have anything wrong tendon-wise. Poor guy, he's pretty. Also, does anyone else think he is a different shade of dun, not grullo?
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post #5976 of 7202 Old 02-22-2013, 09:42 PM
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At $500, I'm gonna take a wild guess and say his best achievement is getting a hard on.
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Priceless. There needs to be a thread about greatest HF quotes. With this being number one!!!! bahahahahahaha!!!!!!!
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post #5977 of 7202 Old 02-22-2013, 09:49 PM
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Want Color? Look At this Buckskin Paint

Want Color? Look At this Buckskin Paint - $150 (Duck Lake)

15'2hhs Foundation bred, 4yr old APHA buckskin paint stallion at stud for 2013.
This BIG Stocky beautiful boy will throw color almost every time. supposed to be homozygous for the paint gene.
He is Sweet, and Very Quiet, not studdy at all, JUST LIKE HIS DADDY. he is ridden by a 11yr old girl. and will be shown this year.
View his nice bloodlines here. he is NOT impressive and is not HYPP. Romances Sweet Demise Paint
He has a nice hunter jumper type Trot, and is very cowy. this boy goes both ways. He has a constant eager to please attitude as well. let this beautiful mover make your next champions today. Stud fee is $150 per mare. with $7/Day mare care. (package deals available)
(papers are not in hand yet) so all foals bred at this time will not be APHA register-able. but can be Pinto and Buckskin registration.

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post #5978 of 7202 Old 02-22-2013, 09:59 PM
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TWO INSULTED BUCKET HOLDERS COMPLETE WITH BUCKETS.GREY IN COLOR. VERY GOOD CONDITION.

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post #5979 of 7202 Old 02-22-2013, 10:16 PM
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Sigh...
Want Color? Look At this Buckskin Paint

Want Color? Look At this Buckskin Paint - $150 (Duck Lake)

15'2hhs Foundation bred, 4yr old APHA buckskin paint stallion at stud for 2013.
This BIG Stocky beautiful boy will throw color almost every time. supposed to be homozygous for the paint gene.
He is Sweet, and Very Quiet, not studdy at all, JUST LIKE HIS DADDY. he is ridden by a 11yr old girl. and will be shown this year.
View his nice bloodlines here. he is NOT impressive and is not HYPP. Romances Sweet Demise Paint
He has a nice hunter jumper type Trot, and is very cowy. this boy goes both ways. He has a constant eager to please attitude as well. let this beautiful mover make your next champions today. Stud fee is $150 per mare. with $7/Day mare care. (package deals available)
(papers are not in hand yet) so all foals bred at this time will not be APHA register-able. but can be Pinto and Buckskin registration.

Email to ask for phone number.






He does have an uber cute head. And if you cut his front legs off, he might not be horrible. Besides, everyone should be breeding just for colour, anyways.

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post #5980 of 7202 Old 02-22-2013, 11:10 PM
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Aw, poor boy. Also, why do people insist on putting pictures of their horses doing their business? Did you have NO other photo to use? I'm also not sure why you would include a picture of him with a broken foot. It's not like the photo does any justice for his conformation.

Registered Quarter Horse Grulla Stallion

"This boy is our last years baby. We bred our mare to a Grulla Stallion, hoping for our own boy to add to our breeding stock. Sadly he was born with lax tendons so he can not be used for breeding. He is still intact and would need to be gelded. He also broke his foot as a result of having lax tendons when he was a baby.(last pic) He still gets around fine but most likely will not be able to be ridden. He has a wonderful personality and would make a great companion to your lonely horse or as a gentle horse for someone to groom and love as a pet.
Please call for more details"









Is it bad that his best sales pic is of him peeing?

I don't see lax tendons - probably an excuse for the broken "foot". Look at that enlarged joint. I hope he at least comfortable in pasture and not in constant pain.
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