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post #7161 of 7202 Old 05-15-2013, 08:58 PM
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Those parade horses just make me sick!! Too bad that someone from animal control or some other anti cruelty organization was not there. Maybe next year, someone can put a "bug in their ear", that they need to be there. Was this by any chance the Houston Rodeo Parade? I know there are horse rescues and such in the Houston area. I would love to be there, and see those horses taken in and adopted out to loving, caring homes!
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post #7162 of 7202 Old 05-15-2013, 09:06 PM
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This just seemed kind of weird to me.

Trade gold and silver x enclosed trailer - $1 (Houston)

I'm a jeweler and have several pieces of 14 k Gold jewelry and Sterling Silver 9.25. I'm looking for an enclosed trailer 16 or 20 ft long, or maybe an enclosed horse trailer 16 or 20 ft long at least 7 ft wide. If you have a trailer that falls under this descriptions and want to trade for precious metals let me know. Send me pics of your trailer. Also I can made some jewelry and trade it for your trailer.
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post #7163 of 7202 Old 05-15-2013, 09:54 PM
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Is it just me or are a lot of the horses who have been posted lately have really bad feet! (wow that sentence makes no sense sorry very tired and just can't think straight tonight) I have been watching the hooves and they are either really long and look like slippers almost, or are so short they are almost straight up and down with way too much heal almost making the horse look club footed. Its like either they don't get their horses trimmed or they do it themselves or have a very poor farrier! JMHO
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post #7164 of 7202 Old 05-15-2013, 10:32 PM
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Yes. Let's leave him a stallion when he's got no papers I'm assuming as they don't even know his age... awesome.

Quarter Horse-Stallion

Looking for free/cheap horse Sheeps or other love stock animals

Anyone else heard of love stock animals? Are they extra loveable?
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post #7165 of 7202 Old 05-15-2013, 11:00 PM
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You mean like these, Gypsy?

1. 7 year old horse
She just turned 7
Just put horse shoes on her very calm
Very calm with kids to can ride by them selves
Call or Text Me

2. 6yr old aqha horse
I have a 6yr old. aqha horse helter broke and really nice with kids hi is bery tall gelding horse and frendly!!

3. Palomino QH Stallion
Make Us an OFFER-

The Golden Fella- is our 2007 Registered Palomino QH Stallion out of "Mr Yella Fella"
Before you come see him or email me please look up the blood lines so you know what your are looking at!
"Mr. Yella Fella" is 2012 QH Sire of the Year and 2012 World Halter Champion.

Broke to ride, English or Western (Not being sold as a finished saddle horse)

15.2 hands tall.
-Loves to gooooooo. Great work ethic , tons of speed and energy.

Very sweet disposition, loves to please. Completely sound!!

Its Tax season- thats why were selling him- (need I say more...)

Email this post or text for more info

Here are some more that I thought were odd:

4. Beautiful Arabian Mare

This 15hh horse just seems obnoxiously leggy to me for some reason...

5. 2004 Bay Mare (AQHA)
Zippin Cool is affectionately known as "Kitty" at the barn. Kitty is a 9 year old registered bay quarter horse mare out of a top ten AQHA world Champion sire. All Too Cool is not only a halter champion but he was bred to be versatile in performance and was bred for eye appeal. All too Cool is a money earner, and earned his superior (many times over) while he was showing. He has stamped all his offspring with his qualities. All Too Cool has produced money earners, Wold Champion qualifiers, world show competitors, along with class and show winners. Kitty is no exception in these bloodlines. Kitty was started under saddle as a two year old , she has become a barrel racer and has even been exhibited. She loves to run and gives 110% each time. She has an exhilarating stop she can side pass spin and she also has a low head set. she is the kind of horse you can run barrels on and still go ride around on a trail. she has been exposed beyond the arena and can been ridden out in pastures roads and fields without the fear of passing car or other distractions. She has definite potential to become a roper cow horse or work in the ranch horse versatility, in 2009 she worked cattle on a feed yard and loved it because I cannot rope i didnt rope off her but im sure she would not mind, she loved that job, and was awesome. she is very athletic and a hard worker. Kitty is easy to tack up she loads clips and bathes. on top of that kitty is Incentive fund Nominated. around her 5 year old year she bowed her tendon in one of her legs, but it doesn't bother her, if rode too hard she limps but even then looking in her eyes she doesn't care and even then the next day she is fine, at the feed yard she didn't ever limp.

I can't decide if this horse was born with the spots or if it's scaring.

6. Amazing Warmblood Gelding
Royal Flush, Ricco, is a 7 year old Warmblood gelding. He is a good old soul, sweet, easy-going, honest, and dependable. Ricco has amazing movement that will excel in dressage, scopey in the stadium, and bold cross country. Currently, he is jumping 2'9"-3', with scope to go higher.

Ricco's first show was on March 30th, he received a 27.1 for BN B test and placed 2nd place. His last show April 20th, he received a 34.3 in his BN B test and was clean cross country, ending up in 2nd place.
Super easy on the trails, jumps all types of obstacles, goes through water, over ditches, and banks.
Ricco is sound, UTD on shots, worming, and dental. He is great for the farrier, barefoot, and trailers with ease.

Ricco would make an remarkable dressage, jumper, or event horse. Ricco has immense talent and is going to be the horse to beat.

Offered at $10,000. Price will increase with more training.

This one is added only because of the price in a bad economy.

7. Tame Goose for Adoption
We have had Gary since he was just a small gosling. We rescued him from the clutches of a small beluga whale at the northeast end of Horsetooth Reservoir three years ago.
Gary is an excellent member of the family but struggles with confronting strangers.
He is potty trained and always goes outside.
Sometimes however he does get a wild whim and starts flying around the kitchen and there will be poop all over, from the window to the wall, but that is a pretty small thing right?
We have to put him up for adoption because I have too many animals including crocodiles, lemur monkeys, kangaroos, and also three chihuahuas.
And on top of that my wife is pregnant and they're going to be sextuplets.
And also we are relocating to an apartment with the other animals.
I just feel bad you know? He needs a house with a large backyard and preferably a lake or ocean.

Since he is so special and we're just getting rid of him due to our "situation" I will be requiring a very small rehoming fee or 943.65.
This is a deal for such a special guy.
Gary is very amazing and deserves to get his feathers stroked and ruffled.

Please email if interested! He will surely go fast.

This one is just goofy.
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post #7166 of 7202 Old 05-15-2013, 11:31 PM
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Calisphere, that Arab mare looks so leggy because of the angle of the pic. It was taken from a low angle looking up.

I'm pretty sure the bay mare you posted next has bird-catcher spots. Not terribly uncommon.
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post #7167 of 7202 Old 05-15-2013, 11:51 PM
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Originally Posted by hisangelonly View Post
well at least they took these awesome pictures

she is rideable she is very sweet i loved her wen i got her but we dont got the money to feed her she needs a care and loveing home.
I had to get her it to shap she was skiney wen i got her and she is 24 years old and she is a registered palomino quarter horse.
her name is cowboys lace of gold but i call her lacie. we can not bring her we have no traler and my phone number is
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Myyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.......I couldn't stop chuckling.....
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post #7168 of 7202 Old 05-15-2013, 11:57 PM
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The part that made me cringe with the bay mare was the part about the bowed tendon & her limping, but hey it's okay because she doesn't seem to mind! I know horses with bowed tendons can still be ridden depending on the severity, dang though.

Not uncommon to see a 10k price on a Warmblood. Because it's a WARMBLOOD. Don't cha know?? (sarcasm)
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post #7169 of 7202 Old 05-16-2013, 12:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Endiku View Post
I'd just had gallbladder surgery five days before the parade, but I was about to march up to that man, demand that he get off his horse, and if nothing else take that wire noseband off of the poor animal's face. The bit appeared to be a thin piece of twisted wire as well....and a curb! :/
I have never seen such a contraption before on a horse's head! That is horrible.

I hope horses in parades don't automatically get a bad rap....my pinto is going to be in her first parade this Saturday. However, no harsh tack for me....and she is a very happy horse. We are there riding to represent TRVEA...Tijuana River Valley Equestrian Association.

I also have a lot of charros here....I've seen some pretty unhappy horses.
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post #7170 of 7202 Old 05-16-2013, 12:04 AM
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I was thinking the same thing about all of their feet...I am starting to wonder if there are ANY normal adds lol
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