Have a new horse, for those interested

Submitted by JOhn C on 05/06/2004 at 13:38. ( )


Here is a link to my 2004 model stallion colt. Two tone paint, single exhaust, radiator drain, one horse power.

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Nice ride, JOnh!

This response submitted by Jeanette Hall on 05/06/2004 at 14:19. ( eagle93245@yahoo.com )

Good looking baby! I've always been partial to paints, especially tobianos. Any Mr. Robin Boy in him by chance? I'll be looking for a new horse here in the next few months... Anyhow, nice baby and thanks for sharing!

Nice features but how's the mileage? LOL

This response submitted by Mac on 05/06/2004 at 15:21. ( )

Beautiful looking critter. Horses & I never saw exactly eye to eye, but they are decent animals regardless and you have a couple of beauties!
Congrats on the new addition! What a way to celebrate spring ey?


This response submitted by Bob Mead on 05/06/2004 at 15:27. ( meadtaxidermy@yahoo.com )

Nice looking colt John...great colors. My mare just foaled about 8 weeks ago with a paint filly out of a homozygous tobiano paint stud (Partners Twister). We are really enjoying her! With her addition, that makes 6 head, which is enough of a feed bill for me. I'll send you both a couple of photos as I don't have anywhere else to post them. Thanks for sharing!

Bob Mead

Great Bear Bait!

This response submitted by ProTaxidermist on 05/06/2004 at 21:16. ( )

Horse meat makes a great bear bait! Want to go bear hunting John?

Have bear tracks in the field.

This response submitted by John C on 05/06/2004 at 21:29. ( )

Why sure! I have seen several bear while riding in the Ozarks, even have bear tracks in the field close to the barn.

You ever see what a herd of horses do to a bear? or Mt lion? Dont sell horses short!

Don't know much about horses but...

This response submitted by Cecil Baird ( ) on 05/06/2004 at 23:00. ( )

I saw something today driving home after dropping of some mounts that made me wonder. It was a hispanic guy with a baseball cap on backwards riding a horse that looked like he was trying to act cool. But he was whipping the horse at the same time with a roll of bailing twine and the horse acted clearly agitated. The horse was not only agitated but it was zig zagging back and forth along a major highway everytime he hit the horse. It just didn't look right and even somewhat dangerous along a highway. If he was breaking the horse doing it along a busy highway did not seem like a smart thing to do. Any thoughts?


This response submitted by Bill Yox on 05/06/2004 at 23:12. ( )

Was the horse lifting up and down from its new hydraulics? Where did the guy hang the dice?

Yep, I love those paints too! I dont keep up with it enough to recognize the names of the studs you all mentioned, but I still think theyre the best looking horse "brand".

Bill, you used to be at least funny..

This response submitted by Cecil on 05/06/2004 at 23:30. ( )

what happened? LOL

My question was an honest one.


This response submitted by wetnwild on 05/07/2004 at 08:49. ( )

When were you in massassachusetts? LOL

hey Cecil

This response submitted by jeanette on 05/07/2004 at 10:59. ( )

It was probably just some moran. They have those here too. A lot of "cowboys" out here try to traffic break their horses on major streets. I've heard of a few jumping out in front of cars and getting hit. Then your horse is REALLY traffic broke! I prefer the chaos of parades to break my horses in to cars, Harleys, and my favorite- fire trucks.

Hey John, how about this set up?

This response submitted by Pro Taxidermist on 05/07/2004 at 14:14. ( )


Pick out a horse and we will lead it into the woods and shoot it and slit it open for bear bait. In a day or two (could be sooner) bear will come in and than George and/or Cecil will jump out of a tree and "rambo" the bear and skin it out for us. Does this sound good to you? I would like to tape it! This could be real funny!

Pro Taxidermist


This response submitted by Bill Yox on 05/07/2004 at 22:27. ( )

Did you ever see a guy of that ethnic background with his "ride"? They put hydraulics in them so the raise and lower, and also jump up and down. THATS what I was referring to. I have no clue what you saw, or why he was doing it. I was just joking.

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