We’ve got some wonderful opportunities right here! Just in time for Christmas!
christmas appaloosa “rosebud”
15 hands 7&1/2 years young, gelding. I had him under saddle 4 times since I’ve had him. Work in progress, must sell do to knee surgery and can not ride or trian him like he needs to be. Good prospect for a trail horse, great confirmation
14.5 hand 17 years young must sell do to knee surgery and i can not ride her as much as she needs to be ridden.
16.6 hands 7 years young. Has heart freeze brand on left shoulder, must sell do to knee surgery and cannot ride him as much as I would like.
Poor Mike is “do” for knee surgery and can’t ride his horses. But his loss is your gain, because now you have the opportunity to pay their hay bill over the winter!
First off we have an appaloosa with wonderful “confirmation”, which more than makes up for his mediocre conformation. Don’t ask us how, it just does! Even better, Mike’s only been able to put four rides on him, so you can “trian” him any way you want! Isn’t that exciting? ‘Cause everyone knows a lack of training is what makes a horse a good prospect!
If you’re looking for something a little more experienced (or at least older, there’s no mention of her riding history!), we have a lovely, rare “Arabin” here. You can tell from both her picture and her description that she’s a pretty color, which is what really matters. Girls just have to be pretty, right?
Finally, step right up for this once in a lifetime opportunity to own a 16.6 hand horse – you don’t see that every day! And he has a heart on his shoulder! What more could you ask for? Training is irrelevant with these kind of details!
We almost forgot the very best part! The prices for these remarkable creatures are as follows: $650 /obo/ $550 to good home; $500 /obo/ but open to all offers; $500 /obo/ $400 to good home. That’s right folks, it’s a steal of a deal. And, apparently, if you throw in an extra hundred bucks good ol’ Mike doesn’t give a shit as to what kind of home they go to! BONUS!