Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Another One To Look At

Here's horse #8 to look at and his ad - please comment freely:


And, in news from Tennessee, Maisie continues to do very well, and is spending a lot of time grooming with Lily - just what I had hoped would happen!

17 comments:

  1. Horrible! Awful! Don't waste another second looking at him.
    *runs off to raise 3000 dollars*

    Really, I absolutely love him! He's got everything I personally would want in a horse. The 5'10" rider (who was lovely btw) didn't even look awkward on him at 15'1. If he's everything they say, and is as presented in the video, I don't see how he could last very long. His trot looks comfy but springy, and I liked his canter. Would have been nice to see him going both directions, and a longer video, but that's my only nitpick. What a cute horse:)

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  2. You can see the Poco in him. Looks just like Scout to me. Same head and movement.
    Let's go see him.
    I'll buy if you're not interested.

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  3. Nice horse but I really like the dog in the centre of the arena :)

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  4. Oh.. he's nice!!! I like how he's going about on loose rein too! Would have liked to see him without saddle but I would be contacting the seller asap to get more info!

    ~Jeni

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  5. Mmm. pretty but the feet are small but pretty horse.

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  6. I'm so glad Maisie has settled in. Looks like she's quite happy there and is enjoying her time with Lily! :)

    Word verification: stall

    Ha! How appropriate. :)

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  7. I loved the write up on Paradigm Farms blog about Maisie - made me cry! I am glad she is back with Lilly and that Lilly was so happy to see her!

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  8. I like this little fella. Seems quiet and unbothered with all the background noise. I like his paces, seems soft and easy to ride. Might be worth a look!

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  9. Oh wow... looks like a really sweet horse. Definitely worth an in person look!!

    Glad Maisie is settling in well.

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  10. Wow Kate,
    just imagining an unlocked elbow...one that releases....into a much longer, free er little horse!
    I like this one...worth a ride/ see!
    KK

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  11. Very nice guy. I'd give him a look.
    Glad Maisie is doing well.

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  12. Talk freely? Wowzer! Holy KUKAMONGA!! Nice guy. I don't give a darn/dang about breeding--but this boy can move. I'm in love.

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  13. Really liked this guy on the short video clips. He has a very soft way about him, and was a decent mover. I'll bet with some more flatwork and softening work he would move out from the shoulder even more. Something about him just looks fun and they don't exactly have him priced high. I would definitely be going to look!

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  14. He looks good, I dont recognize much in the breeding, but he looks like he is happy and relaxed in the videos, definitly worth a second look.

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  15. Looks like a nice fellow,moves well, and seems settled .Not loving the little feet on a horse that size but it could be worse.I would definitely give him a try

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  16. He is beautiful!! Definitely worth taking a look at!
    Happy to hear that Maisie is doing well!

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  17. The videos really help, he is my new favourite! Like I said though, I know zip about QHs, but he's a smart price for what appears to be a sane and sensible guy who would be at home in the arena or on the trail.

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