Message 1 of 2 , Mar 31, 2006View Source
>> I am looking for a good home for my registered Arab.
>> Rufie is a cute 15 hand chestnut gelding. He is healthy, sound and
>> well behaved. He is very fun to ride and has a very smooth slow trot
>> that I call his "parade trot." Although he has not been ridden much
>> in the last few years he is well mannered and responsive. I ride him
>> with a western or hunt seat saddle -- he is very adaptable. We live
>> near the Kettle Moraine trails and have done all our riding there, in
>> our arena, and in the neighborhood. Rufie just turned 20 this month,
>> but don't let his age scare you off. He is very young looking and
>> eager to go for his age. He has had regular checkups, shots, worming
>> and trimming. He has good teeth and feet (always barefoot). I have
>> had him since he was three and he has never had colic or been lame.
>> He has always been out in a hilly pasture with access to box stalls.
>> I never lock him in and I am sure this has contributed to his being
>> so healthy. I hope he can go to a similar setup as I would hate to
>> think of him spending time locked in a stall.
>> It is very hard for me to sell my horses (I just sold Rufie's buddy
>> today to a wonderful woman whom I know will take good care of him and
>> enjoy him!) I am more concerned about finding a good home for Rufie
>> than selling him for his value. He will be priced very reasonably to
>> the right person.
>> Jody 262-392-9404
Horse for Sale 17-year-old green broke Arabian gelding. 16HH+, really! (Grandsire was an Arabian racehorse in Egypt and then imported to the US, where he alsoMessage 1 of 2 , Jul 10, 2007View SourceHorse for Sale
17-year-old green broke Arabian gelding. 16HH+, really! (Grandsire
was an Arabian racehorse in Egypt and then imported to the US, where
he also raced.)
Starrjurr is a charismatic horse with an excellent attitude; very
willing to learn, very willing to please. He would make a wonderful
mount for someone who could put in just a little time, which we do
not have. We've started him naturally. He gets along very well with
other horses, but he's not herd-bound.
At 17, he has many good years ahead of him to be someone's trail-
riding companion. He's big and strong, and a gorgeous mover. He's
just too tall for me!
The price is right to a good home. Serious inquiries only please.
email greyhorse@..., or call 608-882-6546 and ask for Lisa.