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Is anyone out there interested in some Missouri Fox Trotters. My grandparents are trying to sell their yearlings. They are all extra sweet, good confirmation, good pedigree, smooth, well broke. They are spring 2008. Their number and email is on the video down there V/ They will be in Ava. MO for the auction but they want to sell them before. Please send me a message if you want to know anything else. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ENiEHfs_og&feature=channel_page
I had recently saw this question about the differences on the American woormblood registry + sceioty....I just joined the A.W.S...Here is the extreme difference in the horse reg. procces..keep in mind other than that I see no big difference.When in the reg. process You must have the horse inspected, which can be costly, so the AWS. allows you 2 get a certificate that states you only need to finish the inspection then you well have completed all req. for reg. so this morning I paid my yearly membership over the phone $50.00 next my paperwork is in the mail (I should have done it over the comp. but my printer is acting crazy. I will be filling out a bunch of paperwork oh he was born 7-4-09 APHA. X Hanoverian....anyway would love to hear of everyones exp. with warmblood reg.
OK. I am offering my 22 year old beautiful bay Arabian mare for free. She is broke to ride, perfect manners, great for vet, farrier, trailering, ties, clips, bathes, lounges, rides Western and English pleasure, good for fences, stalls, doesn't spook easily, calm, good for beginner and intermediate riders, has plenty of energy and spunk, a very easy keeper, stays fat on only hay through the winter, has a good winter coat, loves people and attention, respects your space, ect. The only thing is she does have arthritis in her legs and occasionally limps on her right front foot but doesn't mind or in pain. She has had no disease never foundered or coliced while I've had her, she respects her fence isn't mean to other horses, she has four white socks, and a white star. She doesn't kick or buck, and the only trouble I've had when riding is if she start to canter/gallop on the way home without permission. She's good for cars, trucks, motorcycles, semis, tractors, she doesn't need shoes and…