Best of Craigslist: 'Couldn't you find a better picture than THAT?!?' edition
If a picture is worth a thousand words, these Craigslist ads are speechless.
Submitted by reader Emily Plechavy, who writes, “Palomino?!”
Mini palomino – $300 (Allentown, Pennsylvania)
3 month old mini horse ! We just done have time for her!!! Also a mini donkey boy 3 months old. They are buddies. Would love if they went together. $250 for the donkey.
Call text for more info 484-896-8841
From reader Kortney Eggers, who writes, “Great horse with an awesome sales photo!”
Grey racking horse – $450 (Kingsport\Rogersville, Tennessee)
10 yr old gelding nice as they come grey racking horse. Smooth rack as any and has good speed. Roads, trails, don't matter. This horse is excellent on any. Anybody that can set in a saddle can ride this horse, would trust him with anyone. 14.3 hands tall. I will let him go for 450, that's a steal on a great horse. 423-782-8827
From reader Anne Ervice, who writes, “Some great sales photos in this one.”
4 1/2 Y.O Bay mare – $1200 (Anchorage, Alaska)
Hello I have my horse for sale because I simply do not have the time for her that she needs. She is very gentle and sweet mannered. 14.3hh She loads in a trailer great and stands for a farrier like a champ. She is utd on all shots. I want her to go to a loving home that will spend the time with her that she needs. She is green broke started training but not finished, although completely rideable.She has never tried to bite or kick and loves to be brushed. If you have any questions text or call 907-306-4734
From reader Emily Plechavy, who writes, “Best deal ever! $500 for all three!”
3 HORSES MUST GO – $500 (Allentown, Pennsylvania)
12 year old bay Thoroughbred gelding, big guy, 18.0 hands. Previously used for lessons, great ground manners. He had a tie-back procedure when he was on the track so this causes him to grunt while hes eating, to help this you must soak his grain and feed him his hay on the ground instead of a hay net. He rides both english and western. He is great for ring work. He has the potential to be trained in any discipline, very straight & correct legs.
20 year old great Thoroughbred gelding, also pretty big 17.1 hands tall. Very quiet and slow moving so would be great for a beginner or for lessons. Was previously used as a high level Dressage horse and also jumping 3 + ft. He is retired from that now and he is great on the trails and on the road, he doesn't spook at anything driving past him. Also rides both english and western.
10 year old grey Andalusian mare… 16.2 hands. She can not be ridden due to an old injury called Stringhalt. Its hard to explain how it affects her, but it can be seen. It causes her no pain. She can be used for breeding, I'm sure she'd pop out some beauties. She's the backyard type of horse to just spend time with and pamper. I'm pretty sure she has a past with some sort of abuse in it because she does spook at random big movements. All that needs to fix is time spent with her so she knows nothing will hurt her.
They all came from a rescue/auction so I do not have a clear timeline of their past. First horse has a negative coggins paper, Second horse has registration papers, Third horse has no papers at all. They need someone to consistantly work and spend time with them I do not have the money or time anymore to spend with them enough. I havent even ridden them in about 3 months. Right now they're just being pets. We are moving at the end of October so the sooner the better. Please call don't email 484-335-3338. $500 firm for all 3 as a group
From reader Rudi Erb, who writes, “Interesting way to advertise your business: lease a horse and get a beefcake trail guide for free!”
Quality Horses for Lease (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)
We have a couple quality horses for lease.
– Lots and lots of trails around our farm
– we trail ride a lot ourselves so there are always riding buddies
– Full or half lease… full is $250/month for unlimited riding, half is $120/month for 2 rides a week
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