"Piper is a 14 hand 8 year old Arab/Appy mare, leopard in color. She has had professional basic training in W/T/C and has been on trails. Her color is leopard appaloosa, her conformation and personality is Arabian. She is available for care lease with possible adoption if it's a good fit. Equestrians with experience with Arabs only. Not for beginners or anyone over 150 lbs. References and a contract will be required. Email owner at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her trainer at 360-678-4124."
This is the same owner who has the "plethora of ponies"—see my other thread. Some of the others are still available, too, and this mare is good buddies with the silver dapple overo mare if you're looking for a double dose of extreme color!
My ears hear a symphony of two mules, trains, and rain. The best is always yet to come, that's what they explained to me. —Bob Dylan
Why under 150 lb. Many arab/arab crosses are trained by men, who most definitely weigh over 150 lb, and have no issues with long term soundness. What kills most arabs is how they are ridden -- heads tightly cranked in, hollowed backs, hocks trailing -- not the weight of a well balanced rider.
How about advertising Piper on the arabianhorses.org website? She's quite cute.