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post #731 of 7202 Old 03-26-2011, 05:26 PM
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I do not even have words for this one!!


Looking for a deaf horse (Bakersfield)

Date: 2011-02-17, 6:49AM PST
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I am looking for a deaf horse to use for mounted shooting. Horse must be broke to ride, SOUND and sane!
I will pay a fair price and the horse will have an absolutley wonderful home.

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Oh. My. God! I LOL at that!

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post #732 of 7202 Old 04-01-2011, 10:06 PM
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There are so many things wrong here, where do I start?

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Date: 2011-03-31, 9:40AM EDT
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4 horses for sale- i have a 15yr old palomino mare she rides but she has a bad limp not really sure why she does i bought her like this...she was underweight when i bought her an she is still a little underweight due to her having a baby....the baby is still with her as i have no way to seperate them she is also for sale she is 9 months old she is halter an lead broke.....i would prefer them to stay 2gether they are very attached to each other but can be seperated.....$300.00 firm for them 2gether....i also have a 4 yr. app gelding he is around 15hands he rides good just needs some more work as he is young an dont know much....he does not buck kick or anything like that....he was not rode for a year got him out about a month ago got on him an he rode just fine....he is not a cowboy horse....he likes to go slow......he had a very bad past before i got him an was in bad shape i want him to go to a good home were he will be taken care of just like he has since i have had him...he had a bad experience with a horse trailer when i first got him....he will load it just takes him time as he is still nervous about being loaded an he is a 1 person horse...he dont like men....he took up with me but he is just not my kinda horse...$600.00 obo.......i also have a 9yr old registered pony he is a sorrel he rides...he can be rode by kids but he has a mind of his own an he tends to do what he wants so he needs an experienced rider....i was told he had been used for barrels when i bought him but have never ran him...he is fast an cuts quick......he rides bare back with halter an lead or with a saddle either way he dont mind...asking $200.00 obo email for any questions more info or for pics or call/txt ......good homes are a must for these horses....i wont just let them go to anybody!!!


Horse with a bad limp, no clue why, she just does? And you bought her that way? O-kayyy. No vets where you live, I guess. Well, okay. But the thought that the mare and foal need to be sold together because they are attached? ROFL! Well, duh. You never weaned them. Of course they are attached! And a pony that can be ridden by kids, but does what he wants. So what it should say is pony can be sat on by kids, as long as that's all they want to do... And then the famous line, "good homes are a must for these horses....i wont just let them go to anybody!!!" Because, yes, they are so well off where they are...

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post #733 of 7202 Old 04-03-2011, 05:36 AM
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3 year old female 1/4 horse mare
holter broke
good with loading
black and white
good with feet
moving, must sell
$500 obo
xxx-xxx-xxxx

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Haha I wonder what breed this is? 3/4 female and 1/4 horse? lol

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post #734 of 7202 Old 04-03-2011, 05:39 AM
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22 year old quarter horse mare. Winters very easy. An oldy but a goody. She has old front shoulder injury but is still able to be ridden a couple hours at a time. Good with all kinds of animals. Was a working ranch horse for 15 years.


A couple of hours at a time? no wonder it has a shoulder injury people!

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post #735 of 7202 Old 04-03-2011, 10:08 AM
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so I ran across this one this morning...

***** is a beautiful paint horse that is one of a kind and needs a one of a kind owner that knows their horses and know how to really ride he is the cadallac of horses.He does high ho silver like the long rangers horse !!He needs a nice handed own .Kids can't ride him !!

This is the first paragraph...I was done at this point. The kicker, they want $3,500 for this horse.

EEEEEEK! I read - looking for a sucker willing to pay me too much for a rearer.

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post #736 of 7202 Old 04-03-2011, 09:54 PM Thread Starter
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Title is Buy 2 horses get 1 free...or BEST OFFER
"BOB"-19 years old, Aranbian, Chestnut color, and is good with children and beginner riders.
"Whisky"- 9 years old Araibian, Dark chocolate color, and needs a strong rider.
"Storm"- 3 year old American Sattle breed, he is grey and is Green broke plus

Bob, Whisky, Storm all have fun characteristics, their very loving and easy to handle my family and i love them dearly but need to find a new loving home. TACK INCLUDED!

PIPE CORRAL FOR SAL:E

First, they spell Arabian wrong TWO different ways, and of course the saddlebred is not spelled right either. Buy two get one free hmm...why is one free but the other two are worth money? And which two are you paying for, and which one is free? And of course there is no actual price listed anywhere in the ad, just a phone number to call. I just can't get over the spelling of the breeds.
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post #737 of 7202 Old 04-04-2011, 07:28 AM
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Do you need a lawnmower??

We have two mini stallion ponies for sale who are NOT suitable for children's pony but would make a very good lawn mower!

Please contact me on 0409481102

Thank you


^^^^ that is just stupid
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post #738 of 7202 Old 04-04-2011, 12:32 PM
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It IS dumb!

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post #739 of 7202 Old 04-05-2011, 05:24 PM
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Free Horse. Excellent pasture ornament (Kingsland)

Date: 2011-03-31, 10:18AM EDT
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I have an old bay Paso Fino 14.1hh horse that I am having a very hard time keeping weight on. She was the best riding horse I ever had up until this winter when she dropped weight. Now I feel she is too thin for me to ride. She is spook proof, bomb proof, super smooth and forward going on trail. stops with ease (even in a halter) and stands without figiting. She would be a perfect pasture ornament or confident child's horse (I only say confident because she is not a dead head) She is a Paso Fino and prefers to go along at a very, very smooth clip rather then canter. It's hard to get her to canter. She will flat walk with no problem at all. Even a child can make her walk out.
She is free fed coastal hay but very thin.
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post #740 of 7202 Old 04-05-2011, 05:26 PM
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Bay QH Gelding - $400 (Brunswick)

Date: 2011-03-06, 4:50PM EST
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I have a 5-year-old quarter horse (not registered) for sale. He is update on coggins, deworming, and ferrier work. He is the perfect horse for me, but not for my daughter. He is fast and rarely spooks on trails. Is a great lead horse and can be riden by himself all day long. Never bucks or kicks out, but occasionally will give a little rear. My daughter loves to ride, but he just isn't a childrens horse. Price is negotiable to the right home. Call me at ***-***-****. I also have 2 western saddles (1 old & 1 new and hardly used), 2 blankets, and 2 full bridles for sale.



Don't think I want a horse that will rear.
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