Best of Craigslist: ‘Mini Horse in a Minivan’ Edition

Today’s lineup: an unorthodox horse trailer, a not-English saddle, a bombproof saddle, a 16.5-hand paint, a 6-hand thoroughbred, a gated horse, a classic Craigslist selfie, and more!

But first, as advertised…

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I have a really awesome Pinto Miniature Horse for sale. I just bought him 2 weeks ago for my 4 yr old daughter and she is petrified of him. He is the sweetest thing but nothing will convince her to go near him. We have tied a lead top on him with a halter and rode all the other kids around. He would be an a great candidate for real training or 4-H project. He likes to use his mouth but hasn’t bitten and he isn’t getting the attention he deserves here. She is just not ready for a Horse yet. I don’t want to spend money on another pony or horse just to keep him company so here he is on Craigslist. I am selling him cheap only to a good home preferably with a companion or child for company. 350$ or best offer

Thanks to reader Katie for the tip!

From Meghan: “I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty sure this isn’t an English saddle….”

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From Maria via our friends at Blackman Ranch:

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From Greta: “Apparently this horse could be a ‘stunt horse’ and doesn’t need his stall mucked because the owner claims he ‘keeps a very dry and clean stall!’ He is also 16.5 hands?…. :/ Oh boy.”

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Let’s follow up the 16.5-hand horse with a 6-hand horse. From Angela: “I found a Craigslist winner!!”

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From Katie:

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From Jennifer: “I always thought that a picture of my horse rolling was probably not the best way to show off its trail riding skills, but maybe this guy has more marketing know-how than me.”

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From Rachel: “How to sell a horse, selfie style.

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And another one from Rachel: “I want to stand on horses and get paid to ‘train’ them!!”

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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.

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