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Texas - Two that need good homes

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  • Texas - Two that need good homes

    Ok - Let me start by saying I do not HAVE to find these guys homes, but I would rather them be used than sit around in the pasture.
    1. 9ish Hackney Pony Gelding, history unknown, we rescued him out of a kill pen over a year ago. Fat, happy, easy keeper. Is a great companion and a pretty pasture ornament. LOL very fancy moving. He's shy of people but will do anything for more food. I had him a home but they ended up not being able to keep him. I've worked him a few times and he's been sat on but not sure about actually broke to ride.

    2. 19 yr old Saddlebred Gelding. Let me preface this by saying he was gelded a year and a half ago and was a breeding stallion most of his life. He is super safe to ride and work, great ground manners, you can do whatever you want with him but he needs individual turnout. He's fine with gelding neighbors but not in the same pasture. I've shown him saddleseat and he drives. He LOVES to work as a hunter with a lower frame. He is VERY flashy, silver mane and very dark chestnut, almost looks palomino sometimes and has amber eyes. Fat and sassy Needs his hocks injected on a yearly basis and if he's working he needs shoes (but currently barefoot). I am not doing anything with him and he needs more attention\work than he's getting now.

    Anyone interested would need references and I would require that they come back to me if it didn't work out. Again - I do not have to find these guys homes and they will not go to anyone who does not have horse experience (which is why I'm posting on here).
    thanks!!! PM or post on here for more info. Located near Houston, TX.
    Member of the "My Saddlebred can do anything your horse can do" clique

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    Would you mind if I cross post your ad? Also, could you please post a few photos, or send them via pm. Thanks!
    It's only when a mosquito lands on your privates that you realize there is always a way to solve problems without using violence. fb meme.

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      I can do that when I get home tonight. They are cute!
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        Originally posted by desertmyst View Post
        I can do that when I get home tonight. They are cute!
        Sounds good. We live in Central Texas , btw.
        It's only when a mosquito lands on your privates that you realize there is always a way to solve problems without using violence. fb meme.

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          Pony went to a good home, YAY. Still have my older gelding (stallion). I need to figure out pictures LOL
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            Originally posted by desertmyst View Post
            Pony went to a good home, YAY. Still have my older gelding (stallion). I need to figure out pictures LOL
            Can you email the photos? If so, I'll send a pm with my email address.
            It's only when a mosquito lands on your privates that you realize there is always a way to solve problems without using violence. fb meme.

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              sure send me a PM, I can email.
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                  these are just some I had in my phone, i'll need to get something current.
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