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 Topic: Hacking canes
Re: Hacking canes [message #3210546 is a reply to message #3209411 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 18:22
  albykins  is currently offline albykins  
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I go for the longest allowable length, for RAS and most large competitions that is 75cm Smile Plus it just long enough to give a good smack if needed and short enough not to give that dressage appearance.

Of course still personal preference, shorter is also fine Smile
Re: Hacking canes [message #3210555 is a reply to message #3210546 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 18:41
  cheveauxpark  
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albykins wrote on Sat, 30 August 2014 18:22

I go for the longest allowable length, for RAS and most large competitions that is 75cm Smile Plus it just long enough to give a good smack if needed and short enough not to give that dressage appearance.

Of course still personal preference, shorter is also fine Smile


Yep 75cm max...so we were told today at an expo. Very Happy


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Forum: Junior Member's Corner
 Topic: Horse Instagrams
Re: Horse Instagrams [message #3210398 is a reply to message #3210273 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 01:23
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Re: Horse Instagrams [message #3210417 is a reply to message #3210273 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 08:26
  chloetansing  is currently offline chloetansing  
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It's just @chloetansing


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Re: Horse Instagrams [message #3210563 is a reply to message #3210273 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 18:51
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Forum: Advertising - Commercial
 Topic: BAXTER TRAILER SALES
Re: BAXTER TRAILER SALES [message #3210403 is a reply to message #3199481 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 05:48
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 Topic: BAXTER HORSE FLOAT HIRE $75.00 - 24 HOURS
Re: BAXTER HORSE FLOAT HIRE $75.00 - 24 HOURS [message #3210404 is a reply to message #2902094 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 05:49
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 Topic: New Hair Bun Surrounds
Re: New Hair Bun Surrounds [message #3210422 is a reply to message #3209319 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 08:39
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 Topic: Cranbourne HorsePower - up to 50% off all in stock Breeches
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 Topic: Standing at stud - Kasperrado Dante
Re: Standing at stud - Kasperrado Dante [message #3210452 is a reply to message #2997955 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 11:37
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 Topic: Arena sand surface or geo textile fibre surface
Arena sand surface or geo textile fibre surface [message #3210497] Sat, 30 August 2014 15:02
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 Topic: Stallion at stud - Stockhorse cross Clydesdale
Re: Stallion at stud - Stockhorse cross Clydesdale [message #3210414 is a reply to message #3210335 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 08:10
  Lulu  
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learns4life wrote on Fri, 29 August 2014 20:16

Last half wrote on Tue, 26 August 2014 21:17

Don't know about agouti. But if he is homozygous for tobiano then all his progeny will be tobiano. Perhaps that is what is meant by the T/T in the add. Certainly before genetic testing was common many many years ago I know a lot of people believed that a tobiano that had a number of those small spots that you can see on this one were 100% colour producers. I don't know if that has been proved true or not.


Rolls Eyes

I don't think any of that really matters. The thing is a conformational disaster and a mongrel. Why, why, why?
It is also tragically presented for stallion shots which tends to signal the owner is just a bit clueless.
Surely people are over the "colour at all costs" Rolls Eyes

[Updated on: Sat, 30 August 2014 08:13]

Re: Stallion at stud - Stockhorse cross Clydesdale [message #3210467 is a reply to message #3210414 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 12:35
  learns4life  is currently offline learns4life  
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Lulu wrote on Sat, 30 August 2014 08:10

learns4life wrote on Fri, 29 August 2014 20:16

Last half wrote on Tue, 26 August 2014 21:17

Don't know about agouti. But if he is homozygous for tobiano then all his progeny will be tobiano. Perhaps that is what is meant by the T/T in the add. Certainly before genetic testing was common many many years ago I know a lot of people believed that a tobiano that had a number of those small spots that you can see on this one were 100% colour producers. I don't know if that has been proved true or not.


Rolls Eyes

I don't think any of that really matters. The thing is a conformational disaster and a mongrel. Why, why, why?
It is also tragically presented for stallion shots which tends to signal the owner is just a bit clueless.
Surely people are over the "colour at all costs" Rolls Eyes


I was referring more to the "homozygous means all progeny will be coloured", because that's not what homozygous means at all.
Homozygous means a horse has two copies of the same gene, in this case a colour gene, rather than one dominant and one recessive, the reality is that the mare this stallion mates to May have any gene combination, if she happens to have certain strains of the bay or grey gene, those genes will be dominant over the stallions.
If the mare has dominant genes the best odds for colour are anywhere between 0/4-1/4, if the mare has one copy of the same gene as the stallion the odds are anywhere between 0/4-2/4. You would need to have your mare tested as there are many different pinto genes, just because your mare has patches does not make it the same gene as this stallion, if both the mare and stallion are homozygous for the same pinto gene, then you will have coloured foals.

As for the breeding/conformation, not touching that one with a barge pole.


Bob Marley said

I know I'm not perfect and I don't live to be. But, before you start pointing fingers, make sure your hands are clean


Try not to take it personally, I strongly dislike all humans... now horses, horses I like!
Re: Stallion at stud - Stockhorse cross Clydesdale [message #3210490 is a reply to message #3210467 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 14:50
  PCB1  
Messages: 2008
Registered: May 2012
Location: WDQHA
Stark, Raving Bonkers
learns4life wrote on Sat, 30 August 2014 12:35

Lulu wrote on Sat, 30 August 2014 08:10

learns4life wrote on Fri, 29 August 2014 20:16

Last half wrote on Tue, 26 August 2014 21:17

Don't know about agouti. But if he is homozygous for tobiano then all his progeny will be tobiano. Perhaps that is what is meant by the T/T in the add. Certainly before genetic testing was common many many years ago I know a lot of people believed that a tobiano that had a number of those small spots that you can see on this one were 100% colour producers. I don't know if that has been proved true or not.


Rolls Eyes

I don't think any of that really matters. The thing is a conformational disaster and a mongrel. Why, why, why?
It is also tragically presented for stallion shots which tends to signal the owner is just a bit clueless.
Surely people are over the "colour at all costs" Rolls Eyes


I was referring more to the "homozygous means all progeny will be coloured", because that's not what homozygous means at all.
Homozygous means a horse has two copies of the same gene, in this case a colour gene, rather than one dominant and one recessive, the reality is that the mare this stallion mates to May have any gene combination, if she happens to have certain strains of the bay or grey gene, those genes will be dominant over the stallions.
If the mare has dominant genes the best odds for colour are anywhere between 0/4-1/4, if the mare has one copy of the same gene as the stallion the odds are anywhere between 0/4-2/4. You would need to have your mare tested as there are many different pinto genes, just because your mare has patches does not make it the same gene as this stallion, if both the mare and stallion are homozygous for the same pinto gene, then you will have coloured foals.

As for the breeding/conformation, not touching that one with a barge pole.



no if he has been genetically tested (apart from why you would do that for such a stud Rolls Eyes ) and is TT then he has double tabiano genes and will produce colour every time regardless of the mare's genes.
Re: Stallion at stud - Stockhorse cross Clydesdale [message #3210493 is a reply to message #3210490 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 14:53
  PCB1  
Messages: 2008
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Location: WDQHA
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PCB1 wrote on Sat, 30 August 2014 14:50

learns4life wrote on Sat, 30 August 2014 12:35

Lulu wrote on Sat, 30 August 2014 08:10

learns4life wrote on Fri, 29 August 2014 20:16

Last half wrote on Tue, 26 August 2014 21:17

Don't know about agouti. But if he is homozygous for tobiano then all his progeny will be tobiano. Perhaps that is what is meant by the T/T in the add. Certainly before genetic testing was common many many years ago I know a lot of people believed that a tobiano that had a number of those small spots that you can see on this one were 100% colour producers. I don't know if that has been proved true or not.


Rolls Eyes

I don't think any of that really matters. The thing is a conformational disaster and a mongrel. Why, why, why?
It is also tragically presented for stallion shots which tends to signal the owner is just a bit clueless.
Surely people are over the "colour at all costs" Rolls Eyes


I was referring more to the "homozygous means all progeny will be coloured", because that's not what homozygous means at all.
Homozygous means a horse has two copies of the same gene, in this case a colour gene, rather than one dominant and one recessive, the reality is that the mare this stallion mates to May have any gene combination, if she happens to have certain strains of the bay or grey gene, those genes will be dominant over the stallions.
If the mare has dominant genes the best odds for colour are anywhere between 0/4-1/4, if the mare has one copy of the same gene as the stallion the odds are anywhere between 0/4-2/4. You would need to have your mare tested as there are many different pinto genes, just because your mare has patches does not make it the same gene as this stallion, if both the mare and stallion are homozygous for the same pinto gene, then you will have coloured foals.

As for the breeding/conformation, not touching that one with a barge pole.



no if he has been genetically tested (apart from why you would do that for such a stud Rolls Eyes ) and is TT then he has double tobiano genes and will produce colour every time regardless of the mare's genes.

Re: Stallion at stud - Stockhorse cross Clydesdale [message #3210527 is a reply to message #3210490 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 17:15
  learns4life  is currently offline learns4life  
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PCB1 wrote on Sat, 30 August 2014 14:50

learns4life wrote on Sat, 30 August 2014 12:35

Lulu wrote on Sat, 30 August 2014 08:10

learns4life wrote on Fri, 29 August 2014 20:16

Last half wrote on Tue, 26 August 2014 21:17

Don't know about agouti. But if he is homozygous for tobiano then all his progeny will be tobiano. Perhaps that is what is meant by the T/T in the add. Certainly before genetic testing was common many many years ago I know a lot of people believed that a tobiano that had a number of those small spots that you can see on this one were 100% colour producers. I don't know if that has been proved true or not.


Rolls Eyes

I don't think any of that really matters. The thing is a conformational disaster and a mongrel. Why, why, why?
It is also tragically presented for stallion shots which tends to signal the owner is just a bit clueless.
Surely people are over the "colour at all costs" Rolls Eyes


I was referring more to the "homozygous means all progeny will be coloured", because that's not what homozygous means at all.
Homozygous means a horse has two copies of the same gene, in this case a colour gene, rather than one dominant and one recessive, the reality is that the mare this stallion mates to May have any gene combination, if she happens to have certain strains of the bay or grey gene, those genes will be dominant over the stallions.
If the mare has dominant genes the best odds for colour are anywhere between 0/4-1/4, if the mare has one copy of the same gene as the stallion the odds are anywhere between 0/4-2/4. You would need to have your mare tested as there are many different pinto genes, just because your mare has patches does not make it the same gene as this stallion, if both the mare and stallion are homozygous for the same pinto gene, then you will have coloured foals.

As for the breeding/conformation, not touching that one with a barge pole.



no if he has been genetically tested (apart from why you would do that for such a stud Rolls Eyes ) and is TT then he has double tabiano genes and will produce colour every time regardless of the mare's genes.


So all horses look like their sire and their dam has no bearing at all?!
Sure if you say so Dr PCB1 PhD

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Bob Marley said

I know I'm not perfect and I don't live to be. But, before you start pointing fingers, make sure your hands are clean


Try not to take it personally, I strongly dislike all humans... now horses, horses I like!
Re: Stallion at stud - Stockhorse cross Clydesdale [message #3210535 is a reply to message #3210527 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 17:45
  PCB1  
Messages: 2008
Registered: May 2012
Location: WDQHA
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learns4life wrote on Sat, 30 August 2014 17:15

PCB1 wrote on Sat, 30 August 2014 14:50

learns4life wrote on Sat, 30 August 2014 12:35

Lulu wrote on Sat, 30 August 2014 08:10

learns4life wrote on Fri, 29 August 2014 20:16

Last half wrote on Tue, 26 August 2014 21:17

Don't know about agouti. But if he is homozygous for tobiano then all his progeny will be tobiano. Perhaps that is what is meant by the T/T in the add. Certainly before genetic testing was common many many years ago I know a lot of people believed that a tobiano that had a number of those small spots that you can see on this one were 100% colour producers. I don't know if that has been proved true or not.


Rolls Eyes

I don't think any of that really matters. The thing is a conformational disaster and a mongrel. Why, why, why?
It is also tragically presented for stallion shots which tends to signal the owner is just a bit clueless.
Surely people are over the "colour at all costs" Rolls Eyes


I was referring more to the "homozygous means all progeny will be coloured", because that's not what homozygous means at all.
Homozygous means a horse has two copies of the same gene, in this case a colour gene, rather than one dominant and one recessive, the reality is that the mare this stallion mates to May have any gene combination, if she happens to have certain strains of the bay or grey gene, those genes will be dominant over the stallions.
If the mare has dominant genes the best odds for colour are anywhere between 0/4-1/4, if the mare has one copy of the same gene as the stallion the odds are anywhere between 0/4-2/4. You would need to have your mare tested as there are many different pinto genes, just because your mare has patches does not make it the same gene as this stallion, if both the mare and stallion are homozygous for the same pinto gene, then you will have coloured foals.

As for the breeding/conformation, not touching that one with a barge pole.



no if he has been genetically tested (apart from why you would do that for such a stud Rolls Eyes ) and is TT then he has double tabiano genes and will produce colour every time regardless of the mare's genes.


So all horses look like their sire and their dam has no bearing at all?!
Sure if you say so Dr PCB1 PhD

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Rolls Eyes Rolls Eyes Rolls Eyes


Test Results:

Animal Genetics offers DNA testing for the Tobiano gene. The genetic test verifies the presence of the chromosomal inversion and presents results as one of the following:



T/T Homozygous Positive for dominant Tobiano gene mutation, carrying two inherited copies of Tobiano. Will always pass Tobiano to foals. For breeding purposes, homozygous Tobiano horses are highly desirable as they are guaranteed to produce Tobiano foals regardless of their mate.

n/T Heterozygous Positive for the dominant Tobiano gene mutation, carrier of a single inherited copy of Tobiano. Horse's base color may be modified to varying degrees by the Tobiano markings.

n/n Negative Non-tobiano horse.


https://www.animalgenetics.us/Equine/Coat_Color/Tobiano.asp
 Topic: Grass hay, Oatn hay, Lucerne & rye mix also grass rolls
Re: Grass hay, Oatn hay, Lucerne & rye mix also grass rolls [message #3210430 is a reply to message #3208749 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 09:30
  neil  is currently offline neil  
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Re: Grass hay, Oatn hay, Lucerne & rye mix also grass rolls [message #3210564 is a reply to message #3202769 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 18:51
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How much is a grass round bale?


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Forum: Breeds
 Topic: The Viking Horse/Pony thread: Fjords & Icelandics
Re: The Viking Horse/Pony thread: Fjords & Icelandics [message #3210441 is a reply to message #3084766 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 10:26
  Russinka  is currently offline Russinka  
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I'll be there tomorrow, looking forward to it. Please forgive me if I am a bit flat or teary though, I lost my old mare last night.
 Topic: Standardbreds
Re: Standardbreds [message #3210560 is a reply to message #2891564 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 18:49
  cheveauxpark  
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Splanchnizomai wrote on Mon, 25 March 2013 13:40

Mickey1613 wrote on Sun, 24 March 2013 21:16

Just wanted to tell everyone about my tessie girl ( I'm leasing her)

Sorry couldn't upload pic

She's just the love of my life at the moment with having trouble finding the right horse a friend offered her to us and now I'm treating her as my own

I've only had her a couple of weeks and she's taught me so much we have lessons together go on trail rides flat work and slot if bonding and ground work

She is 14.3 and a half hands REALLY fat but has a huge heart!


She sounds like a great horse! Hope to see some photos soon.



My Standardbred tally is now up to 3.5
Here's Kipper, the '.5' he's 2 and a half now, all grown up!
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y210/crazy_cowgirl/2013-03-14172714_zps0ecfa53f.jpg

And here's the 3 Standardboys together (there's a mare too, but she's in the mare paddock)
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y210/crazy_cowgirl/2013-03-24154412_zpsd10fa97a.jpg


Grown into a nice looking lad Very Happy


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 Topic: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3210397 is a reply to message #350 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 00:15
  JosiieBrnz  is currently offline JosiieBrnz  
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Woohoo I'm so excited show season is back again! Hopefully catch up with you guys there! Wave if you see me and I'll stop and chat if I can Smile We are heading down tomorrow afternoon and camping, are you going Saturday or Sunday?
Atleast the weather looks like it will hold out for the weekend fingers and toes crossed. It's been gorgeous up here the last week or two with the exception of today - everything is dropping their coat like mad! Shama lost about half his winter coat tonight when I went into a grooming frenzy - had planned to wash him but with the weird change of weather put it on hold. I swear he's putting all his growing energy into his mane - he's still a short arse but his mane is soooo thick and would be a good three inches past the bottom of his neck!

[Updated on: Sat, 30 August 2014 00:18]


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Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3210419 is a reply to message #3210397 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 08:27
  jazir1787  
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Out of my way, I am in the midst of a hoo haa monologue
I'm heading down in the morning. Blurgh on the early start!

Pink boy still has a crap coat and still has no idea on the leading front...ah well...


~ My treasures do not clink together and glitter...
...they gleam in the sun and neigh in the night ~

RIP Jazzy <3
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3210556 is a reply to message #350 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 18:44
  cheveauxpark  
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The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
Good luck ladies Smile


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Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3210558 is a reply to message #350 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 18:48
  cheveauxpark  
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The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
dooz and I went to the Show Expo today...wasnt bad..learnt lots...more about HRCAV than from club info.
I fly by seat of my ants at club so today was pretty informational.
Low level dressage tioips and showing..tho most were higher level showing under saddle...all good tho...grouse weather.
Was nice to just sit and watch...do nothing for a change.

Saw the standy Hollywood??...he's a mighty fine looking animal..infact he's sunning in the flesh..shame about his legs but WOW..he's definatly a looker. Smile
AND the chick riding him does a good job too..nice outfit..the pair of them Smile


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Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3210572 is a reply to message #3210558 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 19:08
  jazir1787  
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Out of my way, I am in the midst of a hoo haa monologue
Well I'm piking it Embarassed

the coat is too shtty and i hate taking a horse that isn't ready. Add to that and the tight $ and seeing my partner for the first time in two weeks...and the early start...and the people that could come with me needing to go to work... Its just too hard


~ My treasures do not clink together and glitter...
...they gleam in the sun and neigh in the night ~

RIP Jazzy <3
Forum: Dressage
 Topic: Dressage Coats
Re: Dressage Coats [message #3210400 is a reply to message #3210139 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 04:19
  comic  
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Out of my way, I am in the midst of a hoo haa monologue

Obsessed is not bloody short.
Re: Dressage Coats [message #3210408 is a reply to message #3210400 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 07:49
  Lulu  
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comic wrote on Sat, 30 August 2014 04:19

Obsessed is not bloody short.

Laughing Laughing
Re: Dressage Coats [message #3210425 is a reply to message #3209649 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 08:55
  RubyH  
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I have the skarlett too, in charcoal. Really like it! I don't think it is terribly short, and the pikeur stuff is lovely quality Very Happy I'm also about 5'6, 63kg


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 Topic: Not So Dressage, Dressage horses......
Re: Not So Dressage, Dressage horses...... [message #3210596 is a reply to message #3209309 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 20:13
  _Tash_  
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chloetansing wrote on Tue, 26 August 2014 19:54

Welshy- welsh cob x arab
He is currently competing novice and doing his first elementary in a few weeks!

So excited considering only 7 months ago we weren't sure if he would ever be able to be ridden again

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Oh very very VERY nice.

Really interested in this mix for Pony Dressage
Forum: Advertising - Horses
 Topic: 14hh pony club "been there done that" 16 yrs young
Re: 14hh pony club "been there done that" 16 yrs young [message #3210405 is a reply to message #3204753 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 06:45
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 Topic: Beautiful Palouse Harness Pony
Beautiful Palouse Harness Pony [message #3210409] Sat, 30 August 2014 07:57
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Location: Tyntynder
Level 3

Registered Palouse Mare. 10.1hh and 7 years old. Reliable harness pony who does not need regular work . She was professionally broken into harness just over 18 months and going beautifully. She has never given a bad drive. Has pulled a variety of vehicles such as a jogger, viceroy, tait sulky and a 4 wheel pleasure cart making no difference to her. She's one that you can leave, catch, harness up and off you go. Has been driven out on roads and had no problems. Always a pleasure to drive. Easy to float (even with the cart in the float with her). Great to wash, rug, clip, trim hooves etc. Has never kicked, bitten, reared, shyed, or bolted. She is fine on her own or in with other horses. Isn't 'marey' and no different when in season. She is not for a complete beginner, saying that though she was my first harness horse. She isn't a 'in your face' pony as she can be standoffish at times. She is more suited to an adult owner. Has been shown in hand and had excellent manners. I haven't shown her in harness though, so unsure how she would be, but I have driven her at a fun day at our local QH club and was a gem. In the 2 years I have owned her she has come a long way and continues to get better and better. Has had a foal with previous owner. Comes with papers. $2200. Located at swan hill Vic but transport is available. My number is 0415446589 or email perrythepony@hotmail.com
 Topic: 11yo TB mare $1000neg
Re: 11yo TB mare $1000neg [message #3210431 is a reply to message #3209588 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 09:30
  Petandpaddock  is currently offline Petandpaddock  
Messages: 136
Registered: March 2013
Location: hastings
Level 3
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 Topic: SP Torsion - 16.1hh, rising 7yo OTT TB Gelding
SP Torsion - 16.1hh, rising 7yo OTT TB Gelding [message #3210432] Sat, 30 August 2014 09:43
  fat_little_pony  is currently offline fat_little_pony  
Messages: 1116
Registered: February 2011
Level 1 - Advanced
'SP Torsion'

Freddy is a 16.1hh, rising 7yo TB Gelding

SIRE: Carnegie IRE
DAM: Dolvite

Freddy is an eye catching mover who is ready to take the dressage world by storm! He has stunning free flowing big movement, with amazing hock and knee action, this boy has the paces to go far, with a very correct frame. He is an elegant, finer built boy.

He currently has basic correct flat work, very soft, supple, straight correct frame has been established, and has done minimal jumping work. Has been ridden out on trails, not spooky at all, ridden at an indoor, and ridden down at a local riding club.

Freddy would make an amazing mount for an experienced rider, wanting a correctly started horse to bring on for their chosen career. He would ideally suit someone wanting a stunning dressage mount, or an eventer down the track with further work.

He is an extremely easy going horse at home, a real smooch, a pleasure to be around, the first one to meet you at the gate.

Great to catch, farrier, and float.
Currently up to date with farrier (barefoot), dentist, injections and worming.

Price: $4000

Located in Bellbrae, 30mins from Geelong.

Please contact Jemma on 0409 258 209 for more details.

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 Topic: EOI - gorgeous imported WB gelding for sale
Re: EOI - gorgeous imported WB gelding for sale [message #3210440 is a reply to message #3178641 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 10:13
  zotti  
Messages: 1042
Registered: May 2009
Location: EA
Level 1 - Advanced
Sold to a lovely home in SA Smile
 Topic: Expressions of interest offered for upcoming 2014/2015 foal crop
Re: Expressions of interest offered for upcoming 2014/2015 foal crop [message #3210453 is a reply to message #3190170 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 11:39
  Sheoak_Park  is currently offline Sheoak_Park  
Messages: 228
Registered: July 2013
Location: Central Victoria
Level 2
Had everyone rescanned yesterday (just to triple check Laughing ) and all babies are happily growing away! Just over two months till the first is due.
 Topic: Wanted: Pony 11-13 hands
Wanted: Pony 11-13 hands [message #3210455] Sat, 30 August 2014 11:47
  NikkiChikki  is currently offline NikkiChikki  
Messages: 100
Registered: July 2009
Location: Bunyip EC
Level 3
Hi All, Looking for a pony between 11-13 hands who is quiet to lead and have kids sit on it while it is led at a walk. Doesn't need to be mouthed as all rides are done in a Halter. Not fussed about age or breed. Does anyone know of any ponies like this needing a new home?
Free Lease, FTGH or up to $500.
Would suit any older/semi retired ponies who are capable of carrying children up to 45kg (at a walk only).
Any help with finding a pony like this would appreciated.
Thanks


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 Topic: Kt Mighty Dreamwalker Reg AAA
Re: Kt Mighty Dreamwalker Reg AAA [message #3210442 is a reply to message #3202669 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 10:35
  lilbitolife  is currently offline lilbitolife  
Messages: 77
Registered: December 2009
Level 3
Kt mighty dreamwalker: http://youtu.be/oDY7P1pKKtI
Re: Kt Mighty Dreamwalker Reg AAA [message #3210451 is a reply to message #3202669 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 11:36
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Messages: 77
Registered: December 2009
Level 3
Kt Mighty Dreamwalker 3: http://youtu.be/feiFWCTdOlY
Re: Kt Mighty Dreamwalker Reg AAA [message #3210459 is a reply to message #3202669 ] Sat, 30 August 2014 12:05
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Messages: 77
Registered: December 2009
Level 3
Kt Mighty Dreamwalker 2: http://youtu.be/rRrn98xcza4
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