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post #951 of 7202 Old 05-25-2011, 05:40 PM
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WTF!?!? What is that picture supposed to be advertising? LOL!!
You know what, it's actually how those miniatures are shown during the winter and early spring. They never get a full body clip until the end of spring.
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post #952 of 7202 Old 05-25-2011, 05:44 PM
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You know what, it's actually how those miniatures are shown during the winter and early spring. They never get a full body clip until the end of spring.

Seriously?? That's hilarious! Eh, to each their own I guess
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post #953 of 7202 Old 05-25-2011, 05:44 PM
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Do they usually just shave the neck like that?
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post #954 of 7202 Old 05-25-2011, 05:45 PM
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Neck/head, I believe it's to show the quality of the mini. Don't quote me though, I am by no means a mini expert!
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post #955 of 7202 Old 05-25-2011, 09:50 PM
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There's a couple things mildly wrong with this ad, but nothing serious. just a bit peeved that this mare is doing so much at age 4...But look at that goooooorgeous totallynotforced headset there! And that blurry picture shows so many details I can imagine her perfectly in my head!

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post #956 of 7202 Old 05-26-2011, 12:05 AM
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"$60.00 obo
semi pony
kaysville, UT 84037 - May 24, 2011
I have a brown semi pony for sale. I got him from someone else and i would love to keep him but couldnt find him a place to keep him. The only problem is that his missing one of him front hoofs. He would need to be pick up in ogden, but i cant keep him there for too long. if your interested you can text me or give me a call, if no answer please leave a message, i might be working. thanks for looking."

K, where do I start? What is a semi pony? Would that be a mini? Not sure. And why $60? Not $50, not $75, not $100, but $60. But best of all "his missing one of him front hoofs"???? Oh, and no picture is listed. Sure would like to see a semi pony missing one of him front hoofs.
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post #957 of 7202 Old 05-26-2011, 01:59 AM
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"$60.00 obo
semi pony
kaysville, UT 84037 - May 24, 2011
I have a brown semi pony for sale. I got him from someone else and i would love to keep him but couldnt find him a place to keep him. The only problem is that his missing one of him front hoofs. He would need to be pick up in ogden, but i cant keep him there for too long. if your interested you can text me or give me a call, if no answer please leave a message, i might be working. thanks for looking."

K, where do I start? What is a semi pony? Would that be a mini? Not sure. And why $60? Not $50, not $75, not $100, but $60. But best of all "his missing one of him front hoofs"???? Oh, and no picture is listed. Sure would like to see a semi pony missing one of him front hoofs.
ROFL! thats great lol!

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post #958 of 7202 Old 05-26-2011, 02:09 AM
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Well this isn't a horse for sale but I laughed so hard reading it that I just had to share. I love all the real technical terms like "thangy".

".... we have one of those honkin' big rear projection tvs... a 56" Panasonic. The covergence thangy has gone bad and needs replaced. I can barter dollar for dollar DOG GROOMING, DOG/HORSE BOARDING, and/or RIDING LESSONS. I am not just a "garage groomer" or hobby rider. I have a real shop and over 20 years in the valley horse/mule industry. I have references for either trade. see facebook DIRTY DAWG SALON

Talk about the elephant in the room, I had kinda dreamed of this monster tv suffering an "unfortunate incident" involving a can of soda or something.. but now that it is gone--I cant afford a new one. So, until the economy recovers, Im stuck with Windows 95 and a tv as big as one of my horses

please --someone-- help me!

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post #959 of 7202 Old 05-26-2011, 09:57 AM
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"$60.00 obo
semi pony
kaysville, UT 84037 - May 24, 2011
I have a brown semi pony for sale. I got him from someone else and i would love to keep him but couldnt find him a place to keep him. The only problem is that his missing one of him front hoofs. He would need to be pick up in ogden, but i cant keep him there for too long. if your interested you can text me or give me a call, if no answer please leave a message, i might be working. thanks for looking."

K, where do I start? What is a semi pony? Would that be a mini? Not sure. And why $60? Not $50, not $75, not $100, but $60. But best of all "his missing one of him front hoofs"???? Oh, and no picture is listed. Sure would like to see a semi pony missing one of him front hoofs.
wow. just wow.

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post #960 of 7202 Old 05-26-2011, 11:05 AM
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Seriously?? That's hilarious! Eh, to each their own I guess
Yes very serious

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Do they usually just shave the neck like that?
They do during the low showing season. Here anyways, it's way to cold to clip them fully.

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Neck/head, I believe it's to show the quality of the mini.
You're absolutely right. It's not necessary to do a full clip for those shows.
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