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Discussion in 'Horse and Equestrian Classifieds' started by Dennyboy, Apr 5, 2008.


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  1. Dennyboy

    Dennyboy PetForums Member

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    SOLD


    Beautiful 16.2hh piebald mare 11 years
    Vaccinated, micro chipped and passport.
    Owned for the last 7 years so home is very important.
    Great to shoe, box in and in traffic.

    Very sweet natured horse. Good to handle. Snaffle mouth.
    Lives in or out.
    Has competed at SJ, XC ridden and in-hand showing.


    All her tack and rugs etc will be included.



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    gorgeous,i hope you find her a good home soon,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:):)
     
  3. Chikadee

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    Absolutely stunning! Believe me, I would if I could!
     
  4. Dennyboy

    Dennyboy PetForums Member

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    :( its been a long hard decision,we've had her for 7 years,but i just dont have the time for them both :( ive had the pony for 13 years since she was 6 months old.
    I want someone who can give her more time than me.

    She is currently growing out last summers hog,and is looking more like the first pic :p except the white is a lovely shade of mud :p

    This one was taken this morning when i took Alfie to poo pick before it got hot.

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    She is so loving
     
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    Shes lovely - my friend is looking for something just like her. She needs to sell her horse first though :(
     
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    that is such a sweet pic with the dog awww

    she's a big girl, lovely looking horse :)
     
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    Ahhh, bless, she's lovely. Must be a hard decision for you. I hope you find the right, loving home for her soon
     
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    Wow, stunning... how a wish i have a place to care of that one... ;)
     
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    :DWhat gorgeous animals they are too! They are a credit to you! I wish I'd got the money and lost my weight i would have had her, my niece and sisterinlaw would love her as they have a paddock! I love the second photo with the dog really cute lol.
     
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    She is such a sweetie but i just dont have time for her :(

    She is great to handle and ride,i have started a website for her if anyone wants to look and give me some feedback please.

    riderofhorses2002

    Thanks for looking.

    Mel
     
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    Lovely pictures, she looks like a dream, wish we had got room for her!
     
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    WOOOOWWW !!! She is BIG!!!:eek:

    is she a Shire or Clydesdale or something ??
     
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    Dennyboy PetForums Member

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    She is such a sweetie :D am unsure of her breeding,but have seen her full brother and he is coloured exactly like her :eek: I had to look underneath as i thought they had swapped field and were having me on :D

    She is big but not too big,we had a sweet gelding at the same yard who had similar marking,but he was a real heavy weight,with less feather,and they looked a lovely couple :D he looked like a male and she looked so lady-like next to him.


    She is very good mannered,she has to be as i have to manage both her and our pony on my own,and ive got bad hips due to a car crash which left me with a broken pelvis :(

    But she is lovely,i just dont have the time for them both,and i have had the pony for 13 years.

    I just wish people would be as honest when they speak to me :mad:

    Yesterdays story was "ive got a gelding which is getting on a bit" after a bit of research we find out they are selling 4 horses!!!! none of them the gelding they were talking about :eek:

    Mel
     
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    I am after some advice on buying a horse - It will be our first purchase for our daughter Jessica to start riding lessons - I read a guide on EquusBook and it looks like it can be tricky with fraudsters operating etc..
     
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    @C Barnham it's probably best you start your own thread as this one is a few years old so you may not get any responses. Welcome to the forum.

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