He's a WHAT?

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  1. slc

    slc Senior Member

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    I just found a young stallion, sired by a pony stallion I have been in love with for....decades.

    And he's cheap.

    I mean, pretty darn cheap.

    I'm just stunned. Never thought I'd ever see another son of this stallion, or see one at this price.

    OH MY. Jeez.
     
  2. OldGreyMare

    OldGreyMare Senior Member

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    If he is that cheap...and by a stallion that, by reading what you posted, seems to be all that...why is he so cheap? I always wonder if it is too good to be true...as it usually is.
     
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  3. NBChoice

    NBChoice Senior Member

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    Buy him.
     
  4. slc

    slc Senior Member

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    I'll get some pictures and videos soon. I'll get a look at them and see if he's really a stallion that is a good example of his breed and should be kept a stallion. He is 3, nothing much has been done with him.
     
  5. slc

    slc Senior Member

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    Oh absolutely. Hopefully it's just because he's had nothing done with him.
     
  6. OldGreyMare

    OldGreyMare Senior Member

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    You thinking of adding to your herd SLC?
     
  7. slc

    slc Senior Member

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    Maybe....have to see what this one is....I do know the seller does not want him gelded....

    I'm always cautious about that. A great pedigree is great but still have to look at the animal.
     
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    StarPattern Senior Member

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    I'm of the mind that once they sign the bill of sale, they waive their right to decide anything about the horse.
     
  9. slc

    slc Senior Member

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    I know, but I have a lot of sympathy for the seller too.
     
  10. Dona Worry

    Dona Worry Senior Member

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    Well take a look. If he's all that and a bag of potato chips, you can always offer him at stud.
     

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