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$500 will get you this GORGEOUS MARE!

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  • $500 will get you this GORGEOUS MARE!

    Im in love....

    Cobra Lily, bay mare, 15.2 hands, 5 years old. This girl is a little butterball! Just take a look at her pics - she sure doesn't look like a TB. She's as wide as she is tall! And she is an AWESOME mover - no problem winning the hack with this girl! Very little mileage on this model; from what we can tell, she has no starts. Trainer said she has what looks to be an old bow on the RF (VERY hard to see), she was training on it with no problems and is completely sound. Take her home and put her right to work. $500. Jeremiah Englehart 516-770-0085

    http://www.canterusa.org/pennsylvani...obraLily-1.jpg

    http://www.canterusa.org/pennsylvani...obraLily-2.jpg
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    #2
    This guy is also 500 bucks!!

    Fast Wheels, bay colt, 16.0 1/2 hands, 4 years old. This is a classy and elegant guy with a great look. He's friendly and personable and very easy to work with. With his looks, he would be an asset to a breeding program or geld him and take him in the show ring. He has an old knee but has been training/racing completely sound on it - he had impressive finishes in the past but owners want to retire him. $500. Jeremiah Englehart 516-770-0085

    http://www.canterusa.org/pennsylvani...stWheels-1.jpg

    http://www.canterusa.org/pennsylvani...stWheels-2.jpg


    both are located in PA

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    • Original Poster

      #3
      I thought this guy was cute on the mid atlantic site. hes very well broke!

      9 year old 15.3hh chestnut gelding. Been using him as a lead pony. Quiet and very well broke would make a nice ride for anyone. On the farm. Asking $1000. Ollie Figgins
      304-725-3117


      http://www.canterusa.org/midatlantic...aysRocket1.jpg


      This guy is also on there and cute..and FAT!

      8 year old 16.2hh dark bay gelding. Nice sweet old guy who was a bit anxious to be out of his stall. He calmed down quickly and enjoyed being the center of the universe for a few brief moments. He was sound and the trainer trotted him up. Asking $3000 Mike
      301-233-9530

      http://www.canterusa.org/midatlantic...atchMyCat1.jpg

      This horse is still available from Mountaineer. whata gorgeous horse!



      Stoplight: 4 year old 16.1hh+ bay gelding. Sound but slow, just 3 lifetime starts. No cribbing, weaving or stall walking. Super sporthorse prospect, uphill build, naturally balanced, very elegant. Asking $1500 Jessi
      330-383-1281
      Jpizzurro@comcast.net



      http://www.canterusa.org/midatlantic...light1_MTR.jpg

      http://www.canterusa.org/midatlantic...light2_MTR.jpg

      http://www.canterusa.org/midatlantic...light3_MTR.jpg

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        #4
        These ones are on the finger lakes site.

        Look at the cute face of this guy!:

        http://fltrainerlist.proboards104.co...lay&thread=731

        http://fltrainerlist.proboards104.co...lay&thread=575

        http://fltrainerlist.proboards104.co...play&thread=26

        http://fltrainerlist.proboards104.co...lay&thread=587

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        • #5
          Nice horses, are you looking to buy one???
          I really like the mare.

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          • #6
            why oh WHY did you post that first mare?!

            she is SO CUTE.

            and the perfect size.

            and if i were not a recent college grad living at home because i can't afford to move out i would SO FIGHT YOU FOR HER. :P
            Proud member of the "I'm In My 20's and Hope to Be a Good Rider Someday" clique

            PONY'TUDE

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            • Original Poster

              #7
              oh i could afford her and i do have a place to keep her but we have 10 living here already and im a full-time college student. I dont have time for another to add to the list right now. Thought i'd post and annoy everyone else with her cuteness

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              • #8
                Originally posted by farmgirl88 View Post
                oh i could afford her and i do have a place to keep her but we have 10 living here already and im a full-time college student. I dont have time for another to add to the list right now. Thought i'd post and annoy everyone else with her cuteness
                haha you are acheiving your goal! i'm currently trying to find a way to weasel her into my life... the bf says i can keep her at his place, (lives on a farm and his dad is a hay farmer... i'm keeping this one) but then i'd only get to ride her 1-2x a week since he lives about an hour away from me. and that just won't work for a 5 y/o OTTB. and i DEFINITELY can't afford board in northern NJ.

                but i'm smittennnnn.

                SO SOMEONE ELSE BUY HER BEFORE I PUT MYSELF INTO INCREDIBLE DEBT!!
                Proud member of the "I'm In My 20's and Hope to Be a Good Rider Someday" clique

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by farmgirl88 View Post
                  Im in love....

                  Cobra Lily, bay mare, 15.2 hands, 5 years old. This girl is a little butterball! Just take a look at her pics - she sure doesn't look like a TB. She's as wide as she is tall! And she is an AWESOME mover - no problem winning the hack with this girl! Very little mileage on this model; from what we can tell, she has no starts. Trainer said she has what looks to be an old bow on the RF (VERY hard to see), she was training on it with no problems and is completely sound. Take her home and put her right to work. $500. Jeremiah Englehart 516-770-0085

                  http://www.canterusa.org/pennsylvani...obraLily-1.jpg

                  http://www.canterusa.org/pennsylvani...obraLily-2.jpg

                  She is very cute--butterball--I like that!. But that looks like a pretty big bow to me....

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by farmgirl88 View Post
                    9 year old 15.3hh chestnut gelding. Been using him as a lead pony. Quiet and very well broke would make a nice ride for anyone. On the farm. Asking $1000. Ollie Figgins
                    304-725-3117

                    http://www.canterusa.org/midatlantic...aysRocket1.jpg
                    Judging by the phone # he's less than 10 miles from us...

                    And we've been toying with the idea of a husband horse...

                    ... sneaks look at balance in checkbook ...

                    ... sigh... not gonna happen.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Dispatcher View Post
                      She is very cute--butterball--I like that!. But that looks like a pretty big bow to me....
                      the bow kind of worries me too.. but if it's set.. and she's sound..
                      Proud member of the "I'm In My 20's and Hope to Be a Good Rider Someday" clique

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                      • Original Poster

                        #12
                        if its set and shes sound i can bet she'll be just fine. A very good friend of mine has an irish sporthorse who was/is a big time eventer. loves to jump and hes kind of crazy. he bowed both hind legs- pretty badly. He came back after they were set and sound and can jump just as well and hes just as sound as before. Just needed to make sure that he was given the proper time to let it heal.

                        I dont think the bow would be much to bother me.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by farmgirl88 View Post
                          if its set and shes sound i can bet she'll be just fine. A very good friend of mine has an irish sporthorse who was/is a big time eventer. loves to jump and hes kind of crazy. he bowed both hind legs- pretty badly. He came back after they were set and sound and can jump just as well and hes just as sound as before. Just needed to make sure that he was given the proper time to let it heal.

                          I dont think the bow would be much to bother me.
                          you're totally an enabler.

                          anyone in NJ want to let me move in for super cheap? *bats eyelashes*
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                          • #14
                            Going to look at this one...

                            Originally posted by farmgirl88 View Post
                            I thought this guy was cute on the mid atlantic site. hes very well broke!

                            9 year old 15.3hh chestnut gelding. Been using him as a lead pony. Quiet and very well broke would make a nice ride for anyone. On the farm. Asking $1000. Ollie Figgins
                            304-725-3117


                            http://www.canterusa.org/midatlantic...aysRocket1.jpg

                            I like the chestnut guy above, he looks nice. However, I'm going this week to look at this cute, round mare from the trainer listings too:

                            http://www.canterusa.org/midatlantic...attleNRoar.jpg


                            She seems very sweet.

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                            • #15
                              I rather like Stoplight. He is definitely my type. He looks like he could be a lot of fun.
                              Speak kind words,receive kind echos

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                              • #16
                                I LOOOOVE Stoplight. *drool* Pockets are a little thin right now though.
                                TheCatFarm Handmade cat toys.

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                                • #17
                                  There are quite a few on the Canter Pa site that I drool over ( fast wheels being one of them).

                                  As I have never approached a trainer who has horse listed on CANTER so have no experiance with them I was wondering what this phrase means " /special considerations to the perfect home " If buget allows and I can approach one of the trainers who happen to have this notation woul really like to know what it means an not act or be precieved as a dork for not knowing..

                                  You can PM me if it is not necessarly something that is wanted to be known far and wide...
                                  Last edited by bumknees; Apr. 15, 2009, 07:23 AM. Reason: to add missing D's as it appears my D key is not working properly
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                                  • #18
                                    Special considerations mean they are willing to either negotiate a lower price or perhaps give away to a perfect home. It means the trainer really cares what happens to the horse more than trying to get a bit more money. No secrets and you are not a dork. Go for it!
                                    "We, too, will be remembered not for victories or defeats in battle or in politics, but for our contribution to the human spirit." JFK

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                                    • #19
                                      Originally posted by Calamber View Post
                                      Special considerations mean they are willing to either negotiate a lower price or perhaps give away to a perfect home. It means the trainer really cares what happens to the horse more than trying to get a bit more money. No secrets and you are not a dork. Go for it!
                                      Thanks I have wondedered about that.. mmmm perhaps I will call the trainer and talk with them. I really drool over fast wheels and a few others.... means ill have to snuffle up to dh some.. but thats not all that bad...
                                      Friend of bar .ka

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                                      • #20
                                        Fast Wheels and Cobra Lily

                                        Hi,
                                        Wanted to pipe in and say that we bought these two back in March. The mare (Lily) is SUPER cute and sound, we can't even find that bow IRL, neither can the vet She's already WTC quietly with a 13 yr old. May end up going to the OTTB show in VA to do some flat classes, we'll see.

                                        Willy (Fast Wheels) is now a gelding and Mr. Personality. He's had a bunch of time off since we got him with the gelding surgery, he should be starting work pretty soon.

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