Featured in week’s edition of Best of Craigslist: a not-horse horse for sale, a saddle-for-sale ad that makes no sense whatsoever, a white Palomino, a sketchy “horse halling” business and much, much more!
From Kaylene: “Haha I guess this is a joke, but you never know!”
Beautiful Horse, no papers, guessing to be around 4 years old. Very sweet, very fast. When I bought her, the owners said she was broke to ride, but never rode her, no time. That’s why I am selling Buttercup. E-mail only please.
From Laine: “At least the pic got her ad some comments. Mostly ‘Can I get pix?’ ‘More pictures, please’ etc. Lol.”
From Melissa: “I just can’t even…. *facepalm* Internet fail of the day!!”
From Halle: “I thought I should get this one out to the people at Horse Nation, seeing as how this horse looks really thin for a 3-year-old. Maybe a reader will be able to give this poor guy a new home. And the fact that they say it is a ‘brown horse’ and in ‘excellent shape’… I’m not sure whether the weight (or lack, thereof) or the lead rope is scaring me more!”
From Amber: “Everyone needs a horse they can stand up on and canter.”
Offering for sale a nice riding sorrel mare, she walks, trots, lopes, lead changes and backs nice, she side-passes, can be shot off of, we have used her to pony other horses, trail rides nicely, drags logs . She’s in training at Circle H Bar. Price may change without notice
From Katie: OMG…
6yr old 14.5h he Is A Mustang Stallion red With black And Red Main And Tail 4 Black Socks He Leads Loads And Stands For Farrier used As A Breading stallion he Has Never Been Saddled He Is Easy To Catch And He Will Eat Out Of Your Hand He Is And Excalent Stallion To Break And Train very Fast Askin 300 obo
From Lynn: “I’d want this to go away as soon as possible too.”
I have a old beat up trailer that was used for extra garbage or hauling dirt bikes and quads. It needs some TLC but would be a great garbage or bike trailer. Asking $400 or OBO, price is very negotiable. I need this gone by Tuesday of next week. Give me a call and come look at it
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.