Personal floatation devices sold separately. Reader Michell S. writes, “Cool Craigslist ad, I bet this horse has gone to some desensitizing clinics….;)”
Coming 3 yr old Sorral gelding. No White!
Can be reg.
Sire: Western Review
Dam: Kids Finest Doll
Copper will be 3 yr old on the 16th of April. He is not going to be very big, but will be stout. I started this guy last summer. He took everything in stride. Never offered to buck or be stupid. He just needs a refresher on the ground and is ready to go to the hills and go to work. He does need someone that is confident and NOT scared. NOT good for kids or beginners. Pic. is from last summer, he still has his winter fuzz, but is shedding out to be his nice Copper color. Asking $500.00 OBO
If you’ve always wanted to get shunned by your neighborhood association, reader Carmel K. offers this amazing ad: “They are selling a life-sized green fiberglass Arabian covered in images of ‘Hands Of The Nottingham (Nottingham nursing home facility activities).’ Oh, and he’s also paired with an antique Amish buggy because why not? As the ad states, ‘This set is certain to grab attention.'”
authentic very old amish buggy(told possible late 1800’s)..so says an Amish family.
the horse is an authentic fiberglass life size Arabian style horse statue from the Parade of Horses. it is the work of the famous Robert D’Agostino artists reflecting Hands Of The Nottingham (Nottingham nursing home facility activities). the horse could use some touch up repair but is great as a unique decorator/advertising item or unique gift.
horse is bolted down and can come w/ a lg cement pad. prefer to sell buggy and horse together. this set is certain to capture attention. we have the original metal plaque made for this horse. $1700.00.
I seriously don’t even know where to start. Moving right along, here’s one from from Susan H. You know, just some “minor rust”…
Horse. trailer. pulls great new floor does have minor rust as most does 850.00 obo call Jamie.
And this poor horse, also from Susan (I’m afraid these ads aren’t reflecting so well on the state of Tennessee):
And now, for the grand finale, we present these two ads, courtesy of Jennifer H.:
Split boot FAIL. This next one isn’t horse-related, but we had to include it anyway:
Wow. Readers, if you run across an “interesting” ad in your Internet wanderings, send it our way! Email the link to [email protected]. Who knows–maybe you’ll help connect a horse with a safe, loving home. Go Riding.