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post #11 of 19 Old 03-29-2010, 08:08 PM
Green Broke
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Ginisee- 18 year old 16.1hh dark bay/black registered Thoroughbred mare by Quick Style, out of Countess Lisa. Ginisee is a great beginners horse. Very gentle, not like a typical TB at all. I have owned her for 8 years and in that time she has gone from track trained to champion eventer. Super fast learner, willing and ready to please. Had a bowed tendon in April 2006 but is sound for flat work and small jumps. Minimal starts and retired from racing sound at the age of 3. Has evented up to Novice and schooled Preliminary. Ready to teach a beginner the ropes!

Demi- 7 year old 14.3hh Thoroughbred mare (not registered, too small for track) evented up to Novice, schooled Training. Very talented, flowey movement, and tight jump. Dressage is solid at First level and jumping is solid up to 2'9". Would do well in any english discipline but is best suited for dressage or eventing. Never raced, not registered because she was too small for the track. Requires advanced rider but is very soft at the mouth and aims to please. on all breed pedigree as Nancy Drew. By Kiri's Clown (1995 sword dancer stakes winner) out of Ransom Note. Has Roberto bloodlines close up which makes for an excellent eventer. Would make a fantastic sport horse/pony broodmare.

Uma- 8 year old 17.0hh 3/4 Thoroughbred 1/4 Shire. Registerable as an American Warmblood with the AWS. Dam (JC registered TB) Granny's Gold and sire Jose is 1/2 TB 1/2 Shire. Very famous Shire lineage in Thordown Door T Geronimo. Has evented Beginner Novice, schooled Training. Inconsistent training is the only reason this talented jumper has not gone further. A hard ride on the flat, but a fantastic safe jump. Olympic eventer has said "She'll definitely go Intermediate or higher with the right training". Adult Amateur with a trainer or professional ride only. NO beginners!

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post #12 of 19 Old 03-29-2010, 08:29 PM
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Baby ~ Grade Mustang cross of many breeds! she is around 6 years old and 14.2hs. goes barefoot extremely well. stands for farrier. has been bathed a few times and didn't mind it. willingly picks up her feet. lead mare most of the time. with the right person she will go a long way. otherwse you have to push to get her to go up in gaits. she is currently being tought jumping and barrels. and doing very well so far. her color is unknown. she looks like a creamy color. anyone can ride. youngest she's had on her back is a 7 year old. and an 11 year old jumped her without ever riding a horse before. can be ridden bareback and in a halter and lead.

Carmen ~ Grade not sure what QH or TB or something. she's a bay and 15hs . and is just being started on barrels and jumping as well. she LOVES to jump. and she is sneaky about getting out of pastures so the green grass on the other side. she can run and trot for hours. tons of endurance. she is 5 years old. was abused. so she is a little head shy if you move to quickly. she loves snacks and treats! can be ridden bareback and in a bosal. she is very happy to please you!

Kitty ~ Grade black and white pinto gelding. believed to be around 4 years old. he is 13.2hs tall. and was recently started by my younger brother and doing extremely well. he was a abused case. and is very food aggressive and WILL kick out if you try to take it. he doesn't like being touched around his hindquarters but he is slowly commign around.

Sparta ~ 3 week old appaloosa x QH cross. not sure on color. but he is 39 inches tall as of right now! and very willign and eager to learn. he has learned to pick up his feet. he will wear a halter and we are working on leading. and he will hopefully get his first bath sometime soon!

Baby, Sparta, Carmen, Henry, Hooch, Mercedes, Butterscotch
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post #13 of 19 Old 03-29-2010, 08:44 PM
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Sonny Dee Dazzler
"Sonny" is a beautiful 12 year old sorrel Qurab gelding. On a scale of 1-10 he is a 2. He is the closest you can get to a perfect horse. He can be used from beginners to advanced riders. A perfect beginner show horse. He is currently being shown by me and in his first year he has won 15 ribbons.

We are currently jumping 2'0-2'6 and he could go much higher. I think he would do wonderfully at 3'3-3'6 once he gets more confident with the jumps.

He is simply an amazing, sweet, kind hearted horse that always wants to please his rider. $2,600. Firm.


Sonny-13 yr. old Qurab Gelding
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post #14 of 19 Old 03-29-2010, 10:03 PM
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F.F. Money Maker, 1990 Registered Half Arab gelding, chestnut with wide blaze, 14.1hh, point and shoot jumper, good kids horse on the flat, little stronger over fences, quick on his feet. Easy keeper, has never needed shoes. Bathes, clips, DOES NOT TIE, and is tricky to get on the trailer unless he knows you. Tested Pony Club to B level. Consistently riding 1st level dressage, has jumped up to 3'9", doing courses of 3'3". UTD on all shots. Great with the vet. No spook in him. Works great in flat classes, will do games for you as well, turns 17 second arena times. Very relaxed horse in halter classes. Been there done that sort of horse, has never taken a lame step since I've owned him. No vices, but he will pick on his pasture buddies.

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post #15 of 19 Old 03-29-2010, 10:58 PM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by My2Geldings View Post
I honetly LOVE where you are. The arena is absolutely gorgeous and the area you live in is STUUUNING. What area are you in?
^Were you asking me?
I live in Minnesota, that is the local arena that we get to show in. I love it so much, it is taken care of really well.

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post #16 of 19 Old 03-30-2010, 12:15 AM
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Jimmy, I love your horse. Very cute. As for my ad:
4 year old grey Arabian mare Bask and Khemosabi bloodlines. Currently 14 hands and still growing. Only been handled consistently for the last 5 months. Very cute and typey, with a lot of fire. Very quick learner, loves to work and be loved on. Listens well on the ground, big movement, would make a good dressage or jumping horse. Jumped almost 5 feet with no problems, and loves to jump. Very correct horse, short coupled with good bone. Solid feet that don't need shoes. She is microchipped, and have registration papers in hand though not actually registered. Can be sweepstakes nominated. Sire is Alada Baskin I and dam is Dreame Khatcher.
as for pricing, I have no idea, especially with this economy she's probably not worth much even with her bloodlines, since she's untrained, not currently registered, and has no show record.
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post #17 of 19 Old 03-30-2010, 01:32 AM
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13 y/o 16hh bay Thoroughbred gelding. Handsomest and greatest horse ever. Nuff said. You want him.

Hahaha just kidding..
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post #18 of 19 Old 03-30-2010, 01:53 AM
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Deposition, registered chestnut quarter horse gelding. Rising 2yo. Mature 15.3 hands approx. Trainable nature, and an excellent Hunter Under Saddle prospect. He is a lovely friendly little fellow who will only go to the best home. Price is negiotable, home is not $3000

Can anyone else help me write a better ad because I actually am selling this horse????????
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post #19 of 19 Old 03-30-2010, 03:02 AM
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Originally Posted by Gidji View Post
Deposition, registered chestnut quarter horse gelding. Rising 2yo. Mature 15.3 hands approx. Trainable nature, and an excellent Hunter Under Saddle prospect. He is a lovely friendly little fellow who will only go to the best home. Price is negiotable, home is not $3000

Can anyone else help me write a better ad because I actually am selling this horse????????

(Reg. Name..., aka ....) (yr foaled),AQHA registered gelding out of(sire...list color, height, year foaled, disciplines, any earnings, w/n/s standings) and (dam... list color, height, yr foaled, disciplines, list any earnings, w/n/s standings ect.).
(current height/weight...),should mature to approx 15.3hh.(any professional training? loading, bathing, clipping, shots, farrier, ect. how does he do with each) Very versatile, unlimited potential. Friendly, easygoing nature. $3000 to approved buyers.

The biggest thing is that even though you love your horse and want to be all gooey and tell everyone how great he is, buyers dont care. They are looking to buy a horse not a friend, they want to know what they are buying, where it comes from and what it can already do. You ant it cut and dry, clean and simple, not too much info and not too personal. You want to seem mature and professional.

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