It’s so nice that this rider moved her leg out of the way to show us the saddle. Plus! A homicidal mare, a 17.5-hand thoroughbred and a “challenging project.”
17 inch “nice” saddle (owned by Henri De Rivel) PHENOMENAL DEAL FOR THE QUALITY must go! Make offer moving don’t need it!!
But wait, there’s more!!! Rachel M. sent us this one, writing, “This is slightly disturbing. I sincerely hope that the owner is able to find someone to help this mare…”
Have a two year old filly that is a super super bitch:comes at you with teeth bearing ears back, can’T catch, kicks etc. EXTREMELY well bred. It’s in the genes. Her grandmother tried to kill her rider at Oklahoma City many years ago. Never been tied up. Anyone interested in a challenge before she goes to the glue factor, if I can get her loaded.
Christy Z. sent us this ad for a “17.5” hand horse for sale:
We are selling our horse. She is very gentle when she is worked. She is a full thoroughbred and a retired race horse. (has a tattoo on her upper lip) We have had her for 2 or more years and we really don’t work her enough.
I have made a video on YouTube for you to see more of her. You WILL have to copy and paste the link because CL won’t allow you to click anymore.
Copy and paste here : www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zzw-WmDo2D8
When we got her she was skin and bone, she now weights a bunch. Im guessing 1300-1400 lbs and is 17-18 hands tall. She is a BIG horse and will hold the largest of riders.
You need to know that she does not like to load trailers. Im sure she could be trained out of it but you need to really know what you’re doing because she has anxiety issues when being trapped. After you work her for a few mins she is very submissive but she gets worked so little that it can be tough to catch her. When I first got her she didn’t have that problem. We just don’t need a horse that needs this much work.
In the video you can see her letting a child ride her and it was his 1st time on a horse. Please watch video before texting me if you can. www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zzw-WmDo2D8
And… reader Rudi E. sent us the following ad with the note, “Like challenging projects? Here’s the most recent photo (a baby pic) of a paint draft stud colt who’s grown a bit since- he’s now 17 hands and apparently hasn’t had any training except being lead out to pasture. Good with mares (they’ve see him mounting them in the field). Just what you’re looking for?”
We have a NASDHA Premium Registered Spotted black and white stud colt foaled 5/12 that we are looking to trade for a <16> foot enclosed trailer to haul our Carriage in. Ramp load with 6′ door height.
Colt is presently 17Hh and weighs apprx. 900-1000lbs. He is very leggy with lots of chest room to fill. He is currently uncut.Will make a good breeding prospect. He is halter broke and handled daily leading from barn to pasture and back. He is good with mares or geldings. Has been seen mounting our mares and still good ground manners. Email for current photos. He has grown since these were taken.
He is for sale also: asking $3500
Readers, if you run across an “interesting” Craigslist ad in your Internet wanderings, send it our way! Email the link to [email protected]. Who knows–maybe you’ll help connect an unwanted horse with a safe, loving home.