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Triple J Quarter Horses



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PostSubject: DIS HONEST.. ABOUT SELLING HORSES>   November 13th 2009, 1:18 pm

THIS GRIPS MY SOLE! What the Heck, If you horse is 14'2, Then say its 14'2 and not 15'1 . If it has a show record say so, and DONT MAKE ONE UP!

Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

Example Want to Trade Registered Dunskin Mare, WELL DUNSKIN would be the first clue!

I am offering my fantastic APHA colored ( The only marking, A star, that can be seen.) mare for trade. She has amazing bloodlines, as well as an already impressive start to her show career. She has several KY Incentive Fund points (ummm They didn't even have the program ineffect 4-5 years ago! ) won as a weanling and yearling. She's now 5 years old and has been working hard on the trails. We have taught her to go through everything, she does fine in the front or in the back, goes out alone but has a motor. Her gaits are smooth and she will give as much as you ask. She must be ridden with a light hand, she doesn't like to be yanked around in the mouth. We ride her in a hackamore ( so she has not been either put in a bit, or does not like one) with no problems. She pastures without a halter, is a very easy catch and loves attention. She is fine in the field with other horses. Very easy keeper, she doesn't need loads of hay to survive winter. She has the classic quarter horse body with the arabian-like head...horse is very well put together. She boasts stunning names on her stallion's side, as well as excellent blood on her mother's side. SO WHAT IS HER BLOOD LINE!

While time and space don't force sale, a need for a NICE, clean, bumper pull trailer does! I will consider trading for your newer model bumper pull trailer (2-3 horse) with good wiring, flooring and tires. This is a great mare, I will trade her for a very good trailer...not some rusted out piece of crap! If you think you may have what I'm looking for, shoot me an email.

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Lynn M.



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PostSubject: Re: DIS HONEST.. ABOUT SELLING HORSES>   November 14th 2009, 12:11 am

kind of cracks me up clearly either a youth or ..... sometimes people just don't realize how stupid they sound. I too believe you need to be honest I would hate for someone to think I misrepresented one of my horses.

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PostSubject: Re: DIS HONEST.. ABOUT SELLING HORSES>   November 14th 2009, 10:55 pm

lol! Sounds like an idgit on Craigs List.. No They think the rest of the world is stupid and they are smart.. study lol! Likely unemployed and unemployable. These people feed on people who have no clue. And, some do it just to have people contact them and some one to talk to.. geek

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Triple J Quarter Horses



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PostSubject: Re: DIS HONEST.. ABOUT SELLING HORSES>   November 16th 2009, 11:00 am

I called the Paint Assoc. They do not even have a horse with that name! I like the rusted piece of CRAP part! Laughing

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PostSubject: Re: DIS HONEST.. ABOUT SELLING HORSES>   November 16th 2009, 7:47 pm

Some people... Rolling Eyes

We get new to horses people all the time at my barn. You can tell when they talk about their horse someone took total advantage of them. I cant stand horse dealers... Evil or Very Mad
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PostSubject: Re: DIS HONEST.. ABOUT SELLING HORSES>   November 21st 2009, 10:01 pm

Don't have to be a dealer.. Just a freaky people.. lol!

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