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Forum: Advertising - Commercial
 Topic: Lots of discounted Horse Rugs & Gear
Lots of discounted Horse Rugs & Gear [message #3217119] Sat, 20 September 2014 10:05
equine_staff  
Messages: 25
Registered: August 2009
Location: Goulburn.
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index.php?t=getfile&id=604287&private=0Lots of stock online at www.gallopingahead.com.au No deposit Layby's available. we currently have:
Summer rug sets in various colours from $60 in sizes 4"6, 4"9, 5"3, 5"6, 5"9, 6"0 6"3, 6"6.
Fleece Navy blue Rug combos' $54 in size 6"0.
Wool rugs with hoods or neck rugs $70 in sizes 3"9, 5"9, 6"3, 6"6. 1680 Winter rugs & detach neck rugs in Navy & Blk size 6"6 $110. 1200dnr with 300 fill rugs, hoods or necks from $90 sizes 4"3, 4"6, 4"9, 5"9, 6"0, 6"3, 6"6, 6"9, 7"0.
1200dnr rug combo's with 180-200 fill from $90. 5"6 and 6"0.
1200dnr with 100 fill rug and hood- 4"6, 6"3, 6"6. from $90
600dnr with 300 fill rug and neck- 3"6 and 3"9. From $90
600dnr with 180-200 fill rug and neck and hoods- 3"0, 3"6, 6"3. from $90
Canvas rugs 18oz. 5"0, 5"9 and 6"3 $70.
Bell boots, Jumping boots, Johdpurs, Bridles, halters, Vet products. All competitive prices. Will post Australia Wide. www.gallopingahead.com.au

 Topic: LINBIL WHITE RUSSIAN
Re: LINBIL WHITE RUSSIAN [message #3217154 is a reply to message #3063826 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 12:51
  ArmaniGuizelle  is currently offline ArmaniGuizelle  
Messages: 158
Registered: September 2012
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An update on little Ella
3 weeks today and getting big and strong!

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Re: LINBIL WHITE RUSSIAN [message #3217160 is a reply to message #3217154 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 13:36
  Mylo_Mouse  is currently offline Mylo_Mouse  
Messages: 290
Registered: September 2012
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[quote title=ArmaniGuizelle wrote on Sat, 20 September 2014 12:51]An update on little Ella
3 weeks today and getting big and strong!

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Shocked what a gorgeous foal!
 Topic: Looking for lessons
Re: Looking for lessons [message #3217162 is a reply to message #3217079 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 13:48
  Myff  
Messages: 4427
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Location: Mountainview DC
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Mellizo Park!!! Very Happy


If at first you do succeed, try not to look astonished...
Forum: Showing
 Topic: Browbands
Re: Browbands [message #3217175 is a reply to message #3216109 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 16:00
  cheveauxpark  
Messages: 12436
Registered: April 2008
Location: kooweerup
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
CP are sponsored by Sarah-Jayne Browbands...on FB...
Sarj on here...very happy with my brows Smile


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Forum: General - Off Topic
 Topic: Whinge of the week
Re: Whinge of the week [message #3217093 is a reply to message #3217077 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 07:08
  Isaboe  
Messages: 7927
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wombat07 wrote on Fri, 19 September 2014 23:14

268 bucks for a renewal drivers license frick me Confused


I only paid for the three year renewal as I couldn't stand having that same photo for ten Laughing
 Topic: Insomnia
Re: Insomnia [message #3217087 is a reply to message #3216477 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 04:07
  Jorelle Park  is currently offline Jorelle Park  
Messages: 373
Registered: January 2009
Level 1
In bed by 10 pm each night. Always awake at 2.30-3 every night. It's hiring being up on my own. Can't even clean as I'll wake others. Maybe we could start a late night group Smile
On a serious note I will be trying phernergon (sp, it's early). Would love to be able to sleep Sad
Re: Insomnia [message #3217101 is a reply to message #3216477 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 07:47
  Isaboe  
Messages: 7927
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I don't know if insomnia is what I actually suffer from or the fact that I am a really light sleeper and the slightest thing wakes me up...is there a difference ? If my husband falls asleep on the couch then I have a better sleep. It's not only his snoring that wakes me but even his heavy sleep breathing...then there is the sheep, the frogs, rain, dreams, thinking about what I have to do at work the next day etc etc that will wake me up Sad Some nights I am sure even a mouse fart will wake me Rolls Eyes
 Topic: New police uniforms - do you like them ?
Re: New police uniforms - do you like them ? [message #3217150 is a reply to message #3216908 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 12:46
  chookie  
Messages: 6758
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Location: Riddells Creek ARC
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Havent seen them yet either
I bet they will look just as "hot" in them Smile


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Bozzee ~ Devon ~ Shakhan ~ Frosty
~ RIP DEVON & BOZZEE ~

http://devonsviewphotography.webs.com/

True friends are forever.
Re: New police uniforms - do you like them ? [message #3217157 is a reply to message #3216888 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 13:06
  Glenda  
Messages: 27330
Registered: October 2005
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buggie wrote on Fri, 19 September 2014 10:30

Firefighters have gone the same way too. Dark blue shirts are much more practical.

Still a bugger to iron though Rolls Eyes

Get yourself a steam press...makes ironing the worst materials a breeze

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[Updated on: Sat, 20 September 2014 13:08]

 Topic: Arthritis supplements
Re: Arthritis supplements [message #3217152 is a reply to message #3216867 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 12:48
  chookie  
Messages: 6758
Registered: October 2005
Location: Riddells Creek ARC
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Ive been taking Turmeric
Look it up, its a wonderful natural spice


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Bozzee ~ Devon ~ Shakhan ~ Frosty
~ RIP DEVON & BOZZEE ~

http://devonsviewphotography.webs.com/

True friends are forever.
Re: Arthritis supplements [message #3217161 is a reply to message #3216867 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 13:46
  Grove_burger  is currently offline Grove_burger  
Messages: 2390
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Stark, Raving Bonkers
I take Theracurmin. Best stuff ever! I can really tell the difference it makes to my back pain.
 Topic: What happened?
Re: What happened? [message #3217134 is a reply to message #3217059 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 11:15
  djrayment  
Messages: 3887
Registered: May 2009
Step away from the computer,
Grove_burger wrote on Fri, 19 September 2014 21:26

Glenda wrote on Fri, 19 September 2014 11:57

Equivarna wrote on Fri, 19 September 2014 11:31

The problem is dealing with all the multiple quotes. They have to be done one at a time. It takes forever. It's not like the thread had any intrinsic value beyond labelling turdburger as intolerant.

Maybe it was her who did the RTM after it was pointed out by most that she is nothing but a judgemental sticky beak


It is amazing how many VHs are judgemental in general. I pity kids growing up in this cyber generation and how they must weave through all the faceless negativity and bullying that goes on.

Sorry, but the irony of you of all people posting that made me actually giggle out loud!
Re: What happened? [message #3217140 is a reply to message #3217134 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 12:01
  sthy  is currently offline sthy  
Messages: 979
Registered: September 2009
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djrayment wrote on Sat, 20 September 2014 11:15

Grove_burger wrote on Fri, 19 September 2014 21:26

Glenda wrote on Fri, 19 September 2014 11:57

Equivarna wrote on Fri, 19 September 2014 11:31

The problem is dealing with all the multiple quotes. They have to be done one at a time. It takes forever. It's not like the thread had any intrinsic value beyond labelling turdburger as intolerant.

Maybe it was her who did the RTM after it was pointed out by most that she is nothing but a judgemental sticky beak


It is amazing how many VHs are judgemental in general. I pity kids growing up in this cyber generation and how they must weave through all the faceless negativity and bullying that goes on.

Sorry, but the irony of you of all people posting that made me actually giggle out loud!


Laughing you weren't the only one.
Re: What happened? [message #3217143 is a reply to message #3217140 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 12:11
  Glenda  
Messages: 27330
Registered: October 2005
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sthy wrote on Sat, 20 September 2014 12:01

djrayment wrote on Sat, 20 September 2014 11:15

Grove_burger wrote on Fri, 19 September 2014 21:26

Glenda wrote on Fri, 19 September 2014 11:57

Equivarna wrote on Fri, 19 September 2014 11:31

The problem is dealing with all the multiple quotes. They have to be done one at a time. It takes forever. It's not like the thread had any intrinsic value beyond labelling turdburger as intolerant.

Maybe it was her who did the RTM after it was pointed out by most that she is nothing but a judgemental sticky beak


It is amazing how many VHs are judgemental in general. I pity kids growing up in this cyber generation and how they must weave through all the faceless negativity and bullying that goes on.

Sorry, but the irony of you of all people posting that made me actually giggle out loud!


Laughing you weren't the only one.


I think that was our comic relief for the morning ladies Laughing
Re: What happened? [message #3217165 is a reply to message #3217059 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 14:12
  Equivarna  
Messages: 12868
Registered: November 2006
Location: Misogynists incorporated
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
Grove_burger wrote on Fri, 19 September 2014 21:26

Glenda wrote on Fri, 19 September 2014 11:57

Equivarna wrote on Fri, 19 September 2014 11:31

The problem is dealing with all the multiple quotes. They have to be done one at a time. It takes forever. It's not like the thread had any intrinsic value beyond labelling turdburger as intolerant.

Maybe it was her who did the RTM after it was pointed out by most that she is nothing but a judgemental sticky beak


It is amazing how many VHs are judgemental in general. I pity kids growing up in this cyber generation and how they must weave through all the faceless negativity and bullying that goes on.

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If a man says something in the forest, and no woman is there to hear him; is he still wrong?
 Topic: DO IT IN A DRESS
Re: DO IT IN A DRESS [message #3217122 is a reply to message #3202165 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 10:09
  chopin  is currently offline chopin  
Messages: 6510
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since late yesterday we have collected another $82 Very Happy

Angela and I went to lunch in our dresses at our local cafe yesterday as we were going to be talking 99% horses anyway Laughing

Got a few strange looks, but hey, it's for a good cause Very Happy .

Either my daughter will ride or I will this arvo in our dresses Very Happy
Re: DO IT IN A DRESS [message #3217182 is a reply to message #3202165 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 16:43
  chopin  is currently offline chopin  
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day off today, drizzled most of the day, then I got cupboard cleaning Shocked .

Brought ponies home from their day paddock, Flynn's ducks were near his gate, he slowly walks up to them, then starts to paw to roll as they were on his rolling patch, they took their time moving, then he dropped, rolled and I just happened to get this buck in, I was more trying to get how close the ducks were, they are just to the left of Flynn.
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 Topic: Quirks
Re: Quirks [message #3217102 is a reply to message #3217085 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 07:51
  Isaboe  
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Come on PA...this thread was made for you Laughing
Re: Quirks [message #3217104 is a reply to message #3217102 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 08:04
  Finn  
Messages: 16857
Registered: January 2007
Location: BDFEG
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
Isaboe wrote on Sat, 20 September 2014 07:51

Come on PA...this thread was made for you Laughing

Laughing Nod
I thought exactly the same thing.
Re: Quirks [message #3217111 is a reply to message #3217085 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 08:36
  evala  
Messages: 4044
Registered: May 2006
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Laughing we need some of your puppy pics PA!!

One of our whippets Hugo barks in his sleep, not too strange really, except he NEVER barks when awake!! He will roo-roo but not bark.

Our newest puppy Piper is a total fruitcake, she is insane and has no boundaries and I find it very difficult to control her behaviour because her antics are always hilarious - it's hard to scold when you are laughing!

The cutest thing she does is wag her tail when I laugh- it's like there is a direct line between my amusement and her tail wagging velocity Laughing Laughing
Re: Quirks [message #3217120 is a reply to message #3217085 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 10:06
  chopin  is currently offline chopin  
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our friendly BC/kelpie really goes off at sticks and balls, like really growls and does her block at them and if people haven't met her before, they think she is a vicious dog Laughing

And if she really likes you, like she likes her and our horse's acupuncturist, she will bring you a huge stick Very Happy .

The horse will be having his treatment and she will go off and get a stick (a very big one) and last time was under the bush really doing her block at it, the whole bush was shaking, horse didn't give a rat's arse Laughing

If someone goes to pick up a smaller stick, she will also crack it and pick up the big one, throw THAT one she says Laughing
Re: Quirks [message #3217144 is a reply to message #3217085 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 12:16
  Glenda  
Messages: 27330
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The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
One of my dogs steals anything of mine he can find and takes it to bed with him.....they are his comfort/sooky rags, but this week when I didnt leave anything for him to squirrel away....he took the remote, he also has to have soft toys in his bed...he has his favourites one being a monkey pillow pet....a few years ago I bought a few for christmas gifts for a friends kids....I had planned out which ones I had bought and I knew I had bought a monkey for one of the kids.....but I couldnt find it anywhere.....till I looked in Buzzy bears bed....and there it was...and has stayed there till this day.....I should mention...Buzzy bear is a 53 kilo rottweiler
Re: Quirks [message #3217178 is a reply to message #3217085 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 16:20
  Black.velvet  
Messages: 1586
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One of my Dobes likes to carry things, ever since she was about 5 weeks old she's walked around with something in her mouth. I always find her with a shoe, toy or on occasion pillow in her mouth.

Re: Quirks [message #3217180 is a reply to message #3217120 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 16:24
  Bonnie  is currently offline Bonnie  
Messages: 1136
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chopin wrote on Sat, 20 September 2014 10:06

our friendly BC/kelpie really goes off at sticks and balls, like really growls and does her block at them and if people haven't met her before, they think she is a vicious dog Laughing

And if she really likes you, like she likes her and our horse's acupuncturist, she will bring you a huge stick Very Happy .

The horse will be having his treatment and she will go off and get a stick (a very big one) and last time was under the bush really doing her block at it, the whole bush was shaking, horse didn't give a rat's arse Laughing

If someone goes to pick up a smaller stick, she will also crack it and pick up the big one, throw THAT one she says Laughing


A friends GSD has once bought me a log from the log stack as a present to throw as they'd just cleared all the sticks.

I could only see a nose and a lip. . . It was one of a kind


The word 'good' is a bad word. It is elitist. Good is blind to those who try.

My thoughts are stars I cannot fathom into constellations.

Chantelle xoxo
Re: Quirks [message #3217184 is a reply to message #3217180 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 16:59
  MischiefManaged  is currently offline MischiefManaged  
Messages: 93
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Bonnie wrote on Sat, 20 September 2014 16:24

chopin wrote on Sat, 20 September 2014 10:06

our friendly BC/kelpie really goes off at sticks and balls, like really growls and does her block at them and if people haven't met her before, they think she is a vicious dog Laughing

And if she really likes you, like she likes her and our horse's acupuncturist, she will bring you a huge stick Very Happy .

The horse will be having his treatment and she will go off and get a stick (a very big one) and last time was under the bush really doing her block at it, the whole bush was shaking, horse didn't give a rat's arse Laughing

If someone goes to pick up a smaller stick, she will also crack it and pick up the big one, throw THAT one she says Laughing


A friends GSD has once bought me a log from the log stack as a present to throw as they'd just cleared all the sticks.

I could only see a nose and a lip. . . It was one of a kind


One of our GSD's loves to eat firewood. He will quite happily chew on a 6" round log for hours - he's a little special.


There are but very few men clever enough to know all the mischief they do. - Francois de La Rochefoucauld
 Topic: Punching Bags
Punching Bags [message #3217181] Sat, 20 September 2014 16:36
  Bonnie  is currently offline Bonnie  
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What's the difference??

Mum's said that we could possibly get a punching bag, but I don't know which one's best. . . Tarpaulin or leather or what??

I wouldn't like a speed/reaction punching bag, but a larger, heavy one (stereotypical one. . . large, hangs off the roof, every single action movie seems to have one somewhere. . no I'm not getting for the aesthetics, but it's the only way I can describe it)

I don't know weights/whats best and I really just want one that I could have a punch of for fun/training.

Which brands are best? which surfaces are best? what should it be make of (sand, foam, polystyrene-yes, I've seen a polystyrene one!!)?? Where should I get it (new/used/shop/online)?? What weights should I have (does it dimensions/gloves used)?? and what gloves are best (there seems to be different types for different things)??


The word 'good' is a bad word. It is elitist. Good is blind to those who try.

My thoughts are stars I cannot fathom into constellations.

Chantelle xoxo
Re: Punching Bags [message #3217183 is a reply to message #3217181 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 16:57
  MischiefManaged  is currently offline MischiefManaged  
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Best bet - ask around, you'll probably have a cousin/friend/ex's brother who has one sitting in the garage unused that they'll let you borrow. They're are kind of like an exercise bike - 10% of people who buy them use them regularly, the other 90% buy it, use it once and then forget about it.


There are but very few men clever enough to know all the mischief they do. - Francois de La Rochefoucauld
Re: Punching Bags [message #3217185 is a reply to message #3217183 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 17:04
  Bonnie  is currently offline Bonnie  
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MischiefManaged wrote on Sat, 20 September 2014 16:57

Best bet - ask around, you'll probably have a cousin/friend/ex's brother who has one sitting in the garage unused that they'll let you borrow. They're are kind of like an exercise bike - 10% of people who buy them use them regularly, the other 90% buy it, use it once and then forget about it.


I used to do boxercise at school, so there'll be a few contacts there...

We're getting one as they moved the times and now I cannot do it as it clashes with senior band Mad So, there may be a few there...


The word 'good' is a bad word. It is elitist. Good is blind to those who try.

My thoughts are stars I cannot fathom into constellations.

Chantelle xoxo
Forum: Advertising - Horses
 Topic: Wanted to buy
Re: Wanted to buy [message #3217090 is a reply to message #3215930 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 06:38
  ransom  is currently offline ransom  
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No no no no no. I'm one of those people that have the very best of everything. Post and rail fences, expensive car and float, all the matching get up, I'm going to spend well over $200k on the whole set up, but only $500 on the horse.


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 Topic: 18yr QH 14.2hh Gelding Burnt Buckskin FOR SALE
Re: 18yr QH 14.2hh Gelding Burnt Buckskin FOR SALE [message #3217108 is a reply to message #3204845 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 08:25
  Chani  is currently offline Chani  
Messages: 163
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bump
Will to consider swap for something more educated and can pay extra Smile
 Topic: Wanted - Been there done that
Wanted - Been there done that [message #3217110] Sat, 20 September 2014 08:34
  Chani  is currently offline Chani  
Messages: 163
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Hi
I am looking for my next horse
Something 14-15hh as i am a small adult
something no older then 15yrs
something that is good to c/s/f/w
Has been there done that
That doesnt get nervous in new places
Something that has good jumping skills
something that can also teach me
Budget $3500 and located hopefully around south east victoria
Im not after a plodder but something with no buck, bolt rear or anything like that
Also must be good on roads with other horses and by themselves
And something that has no seperation anxiety
I also have a quarter horse gelding happy to swap with but he is also for sale
 Topic: outstanding dressage prospect
outstanding dressage prospect [message #3217123] Sat, 20 September 2014 10:17
  buddy3000  is currently offline buddy3000  
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attractive 16,2h 8 year old bay gelding. True straight paces, lovely movement for dressage. Would be EA dressage prospect. Has ARC experience, successfully competed his first dressage comp. Has freshmans jumping experience. Lovely calm horse, great temperament, good to take out, float and handle. Requires balanced rider due to springy paces. regretful sale $4500 Drouin 0413796302

 Topic: Anyone Selling a Shetland??
Anyone Selling a Shetland?? [message #3217138] Sat, 20 September 2014 11:45
  Chani  is currently offline Chani  
Messages: 163
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Hi All,

im on the hunt for a shetland pony for my 2 1/2 year old daughter

Looking for something completely sound with no shetty attitude and no nasties.

Not fazed on age as long as it is sound

Will go to a loving home

Will spend upto $1000 and locatedi n south east victoria
 Topic: Young mount for ambitious young dressage/SJ rider.
Re: Young mount for ambitious young dressage/SJ rider. [message #3217139 is a reply to message #3194486 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 11:54
  Combat  
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Cool
 Topic: Wanted: young horse for PC/showing
Wanted: young horse for PC/showing [message #3217163] Sat, 20 September 2014 13:49
  AlexandSimon  
Messages: 149
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Hi,

I'm currently looking for a young horse with a bit of bling that is capable of showing and PC between 14.2hh and 16.2hh and up to 10 years old. Don't mind if it is ott or out of work but must not be nasty/dangerous.

I am a confident 19 year old who has been riding for over 15 years now and have ridden a variety of horses from green broken through to experienced schoolmasters.

Looking to spend up to $3500 or would consider a lease depending on details.

I'm am located in Sunbury, Vic
Please feel free to contact me on 0458008664 or my email address is alexandrahay@gmail.com
 Topic: Urgent Sale - Riding pony
Re: Urgent Sale - Riding pony [message #3217098 is a reply to message #3216699 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 07:34
carriageways  is currently offline carriageways  
Messages: 24
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Phone number.
Re: Urgent Sale - Riding pony [message #3217173 is a reply to message #3216699 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 15:51
  funsize_Cowgirl  is currently offline funsize_Cowgirl  
Messages: 50
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Location: Vic
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Hi guys I'm trying to upload more photos and his foal recorded certificate but due to very small upload limits on this website its not allowing me sorry... Very frustrating

Please pm your email address for more information

 Topic: TRUE ALLROUNDER
Re: Perfect Allrounder/ARC Mount [message #3217177 is a reply to message #3215776 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 16:16
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Bump for Rosie!
 Topic: Quarter horse Filly..... Bred to cut or draft!!!
Re: So much potential!!! [message #3217187 is a reply to message #3199380 ] Sat, 20 September 2014 17:10
  Dunlea_QHPalomino_Stables  is currently offline Dunlea_QHPalomino_Stables  
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