Adorable pony, about 15 months old, sweet but needs some attention, I think she has some appy in her, she has changed from white to a grey color with a white mane and tail. She is about 11 hands, pretty small, I don't think she will get much larger. We bought her for our 2 year old and have had her on her back leading her around and she did fine, but just don't have the time to give her the attention she needs to keep her disciplined. To good home only. Call or email. (530) ---------.
"These people sound like they know nothing about horses. This pony is not even a year and a half old and of course they have their 2 year old kid on it. "
No Pictures with that one.
I am selling my mini pony he is only 1 yr old he was born May 1st 2009, he is only halter broke, very friendly and very cute. I will only let him go to a good home were he can be taken care of properly. For more info email me and i will answer as soon as i can. I am asking $600 obo,
Oh, just LOOK at this guy!
I have to seriously wonder if they were even able to get the cinch completely done up, or if its just been taken off of the saddle. I don't see it on the ground and the leather strap on the ground I think is the strap used to connect the cinch to the saddle. (Forgive me, having a COMPLETE blond brain fart here and have forgotten what the name of that strap is.) I can't see under the stirrup there to see if the cinch is hiding behind it, but no matter where the cinch is that saddle is so not appropriate for that little guy. Its not even cute. Cute would be a saddle made specifically FOR miniature horses - thats a pony saddle. But the fact that the mini is only a year old detracts from whatever 'cuteness' this picture might otherwise have held.
(Both of the above ads, and the quoted comments were from Celeste :D)
And one more, this one has been in my 'to use' folder for some time (since March????), so I have lost track of where I got it from. If you sent it to me, let me know in the comments, full credit to you!
If I remember correctly, the reason this ad found me was due to the 'one little problem'. I know 2.5 years isn't really considered a 'baby' anymore, but in my book it still is. Her issue of throwing a fit when someone gets on her tells me she's most likely got some holes in her training from whomever started her.
I'd also like to mention that getting a job does not automatically mean the animals go. I know of plenty of people that work, many MORE than full time, and still have time for not just one horse, but several. I think that was just an excuse used to help with the guilt involved in trying to sell a horse that has behavior issues. I really had suspicions back when I first read this ad that the 'little fit' was a lot more than that. I'm thinking probably a LOT more, actually.
But, thats the story of so many horses we see on here anyways. Gotta love the picture, too, don't you!
Also, if you haven't yet, check out the Carnival of the Horse post!