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Monday, May 7, 2012

Sad news, but please pass the word.



Parelli trained Tall 15'2 7 yr old Haflinger G for Sale - $3400, price negotiable, (Highland MI)



I was to have my own property this year, and due to economy it now won't happen! I absolutely

hate to do this but, I have to sell one of my horses VERY sadly (since I
currently pay board on 2 horses). So I have chosen to sell "Kaspin" my TALL
registered Haflinger gelding, 15'2 hands, always barefoot. Kaspin is Parelli
Level 1/2 on line, and Level 1/2 with riding. I am looking for a patient, but
confident, preferably Level 2 Parelli student for Kaspin. As Kapsin is a
LBI(Left brain introvert) that can be sometimes  independent and is very smart/fast
learner! But Kaspin can sometimes go RBI(Right brain introvert) and needs
someone who is patient with him also. Once he will connect with his
human/partner he will do anything for you! He absolutely loves me and it will be
so hard for me to let him go. For Sale 3,400.00 price negotiable, only serious inquires please.
Here are You Tube videos of Kaspin and I am also on Parelli Connect. Sire is
Aircommander Sac. Dam is Carmen Tof. Enjoy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJGT0GsXdp8

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhS_qyAGzIA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QM8NRjzWyWs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xveg3U1_S3I

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPeUcRQArrE

Thanks, Janine   




16 comments:

  1. He is gorgeous. I'm sorry you have to sell, but i will help you try and sell him by posting him on my blog in a few days. Let me know if that is OK.

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    1. Yes, it's beyond sad. Yes Margaret, that would be awesome of you:) Thanks!

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  2. Janine, I am so sorry to hear that! How unfortunate. I will try to pass the word along, as well. I wish you both the best!

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  3. good luck Janine! it sure is sad though! xx

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  4. Oh, I know how you feel. I am relishing that last few weeks with my boys before they go to the trainer who will then work to sell them. If anyone inquires about Haffies and only wants one, and if they seem suitable, I'll point them your way.

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    1. Thanks!!! Yeah, I read your blog also. For me too, it's sooooo hard to find time for 2 horses at a boarding facility. I even have an hour drive to my barn(nothing closer really, I live to far in city). If they were going to be in my back yard like planned. I would have seen them daily and had more time to split between them. But with me going to the barn only 2 to 4 times a week. It just isn't enough time for 2 horses. It's best to only own one horse for that reason alone. These decisions are so hard to make. Great luck to you also:) xoxo

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  5. Oh no!!! I'm so sorry Janine! That's really awful to have to part with Kaspin, but he was so lucky to have been your horse for the short time he was. I think you've helped him a lot with gaining confidence and coming out of his shell. So sorry you have to sell him. I hope he finds a really fantastic home and even better I hope it's near you so you can visit him. :) I will leave a message on my post today with a link to your post in case someone knows of someone looking.

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  6. So sorry to hear that! But I do understand the hard decision you have had to make. Wishing the best for all of you and I will pass the word along. I am going to a show this weekend in Ohio, lots of Haffie people there, so if anyone is looking I will let you know.

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  7. Sorry to hear...I know how much you love Kaspin. On the bright side, you've taught him some awesome stuff that he can take to his next home. I know he'll find a great home with someone who will love him like you do!

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    1. Yeah, I won't let him go, if I don't find the correct home. Life sometimes sucks:(

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  8. Have you thought about putting him up for sale on Dreamhorse.com? I know that is where I go to first. Any luck so far finding a good home?

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  9. I am not trying to spend money on ads as of yet. I have him on free places and all Parelli places. No luck so far. It's ok, it gives me more time to teach him even more:)

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  10. Eeek I'm so far behind again. I'll be back to catch up asap. Just wanted to answer your question about my cordeo. That was just a pair of braided nylon reins that I looped through itself lol. I was in a hurry and hadn't made one yet so that worked. :D

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