If you see it on the Internet, it must be real … as much as you hope it isn’t.
On this week’s ‘Best of Craigslist’ shortlist: a mare that has most definitely been bred, a “sorrow” gelding, quite possibly the most tolerant two-year-old ever, and a tack-and-trailer extravaganza. Hey, if you saw it here on the Internet, it’s a reality.
From Katie: “my reaction was ‘OK then.'”
The ad itself seems pretty straightforward:
10 year old mare, grade, clean coggins, utd on vaccinations & feet trimming. Broke to ride, prefers to follow but will lead off if asked, catch anywhere, about 14.1 hands, climb on this mare with nothing but a grass string and ride her everywhere. Super gentle, crawl under over and around; she doesn’t mind. Good with kids. Easy to tack. Stands quiet for farrier, accepts shots well. Sound and sane. Trail ridden, traffic safe. Bred to buckskin stallion for a March 2016 foal. Asking $1200 obo, possible trades (no gaited horses please.)
And then you get to the picture – just in case there was any doubt that the mare was bred, here’s the proof.
Well, I guess there’s no doubts there. Let’s move on to something a little more … tasteful.
From Megan: “Not sure what a “Great sorrow gelding” is, but I’m not sure that I’d want one…”
Who’s looking for some tack room bargains? From Christina: “Because this is how you store tack.”
And even more tack, from Ginger:
Antique English Sattle, Briddles & Reigns with Antique Wood Chests
Maybe that seller and this potential buyer could work out a deal with another from Michelle: “Not sure if this is the show pony, but once again foiled by the art of using spellcheck”
I am looking for a open stock trailer or at least a 3-4 horse slant to make payments on. I have not lived here for very ling and I want to start showing my horses soin. When I first moved I had to sell everything I had. I dont have anyone to really help me here famiky wise so I am pretty much a little girl in a big world kind of means. I am in college for nursing and will be graduating soon..I have some money to put down, but I am looking for someone who is negotiable/willing to work with me with payments. A bumperpull is preffered but I will consider a Gooseneck as well,I will have to get a ball for my truck. Please if you know anyone that can help or you yourself can, please TEXT show contact info Thank you!
*** The picture is just for attention! Hes not for sale!!***
Good that she cleared that photo up for us, we were a little confused. We’ll wrap up with this saint of a two-year-old who’s really hoping someone takes his owner up on this offer, from Shelby:
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.