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#1 high horses

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Posted 05 June 2012 - 07:53 PM

John and Carol Byers are mostly dispersing their herd ofsome 40-50 Arabians,Throughbreds, National Show Horses, Half-Arabians, Saddlebreds and a few others due to ill health of both John and Carol. John has had a mutiple heart by-pass.

The horses are located in Quilan, Texas, northeast of Dallas. They are in good health/weight and all are in pasture condition.
John and Carol are going to be offering these horses for very little and there are some really special bloodlines.

There WILL NO photos or videos. Please DO NOT request pictures or videos. John and Carol are caring for these horses themselves and do not have the time to send accurate photos (i.e. cleaning horses up and so on)
These are really well-bred horses that are worth a day's or two's trip for not much money. The horses as I said are in pasture condition, so photos would only be mis-leading. Most are not broke, but are gentle.

I have seen these horses and can attest to my statements above. Some of the horses are of advanced age, but if someone is willing to take a chance, you could own some really valuable bloodlines. Even one foal might be spectacular.
All the horses come upto people and interact and can be handled. The stallions are a bit shy, though.

The prices are negotiable, though some might not be and good discounts for mutiple packages. You would need to arrange delivery.

Phone #'s John 903-355-0187 Carol 903-355-0170

Here is a partial list of the horses.(Please,please,please forgive me if I copied anything wrong, just trying to help)

Purebred Mares:
DAIRLREA CV 2/99 AHA#0575977 (Aladdair #0514689 X Midnight Ebony CV #0509374) $500

IMPERIAL HASUBAH 2/98 #445941 (Imperial Immarouf #326426 X AK Jaliya #166662) $450
was a Jr. Halter Champion

CEARA PJ 2/89 #423700 (Positiw #44227 X Cermika #3215460) $300

PEAR BLOSSOM 3/91 #473065 (Haraca #365704 X Tinians #347217) $400

RAMSES DEBUTANT 6/88 #412928 (Ramses Ibn Fayek #136555 X Baidaa #268257) $400

TA PETENA 3/88 #0412694 (Gold Standard #0226758 X Portia Rose #0225520) $300

Purebred Geldings:
W C WHIRLAWAY 4/97 #0576658 (Regal Bey 262978 X Whirlaway Fantasy #411004)$500

WWA CANNED HEAT 2/99 #06076658 (Atlantis Bey V 464489 X Marbakka 4594110) $600

WWA BORN TO BOOGIE 5/99 #0607117 (Atlantis Bey V 464489 X Holly Go Mystic 259904)$600

WWA BAHTAAN 2/98 #560953 (ZT Bahmara 528406 X WA Begonia 484637)$500

Half-Arabian Gelding:
WWA BADI BY TIFFANY #3A 370687 (Maar Al Badi 472676 X Tiffany Magie 2A 223118)$400

National Show Horse Mares:
L D MY DECISION 3/96 (L D Mazai 421688 X Star's Sudden Decision (ASHA)$500

WWA HOT SPOT 4/98 #013193 (KRA Duel Standard X KRA Nospots at all 1244269ASHA)$500

WWA A HINT OF JASMINE 7/99 #013797-99-NNA (KRA Sky Pilot 001079-n-nshr x Jasmine of Heaven)
$650

**!SORRY! "MOON" IS A PAINT MARE!
MOON OVER MONTANA 1999 #00515789 (Ladys Montana Sky 00329438 X Sasser Gal 00208561)
Blk/wht Tobiano Homozigous for color $1750

Saddlebred Mares:
NOSPOTS AT ALL 2/93 #124426 (JY The Perect Spot 91412 X Golden Needles 105124) $500

KRA SPLISH SPLASH 4/98 #131701 (Cappuccino Royale 100773 X Kalarama's Sister Kate 117789) $1000

Purebred Arabian Stallion:
YA RUSTIC WIND 2/97 # 0559194 (Cimmarron Bey 471548 X Sakerna Wind 232079) $500

National Show Horse Stallions:
KRA DUAL IN DURANGO 3/98 #013230-98-NAN (KRA Dual Standard 000917NSHR X Doriand Vogue 008248 NSHR) 500$

WWA AL PADON 8/99 #013793-99-NNA (KRA Sky Pilot 001079-N X WC Prosporous Lady 518640) $1500

Half Arabian Paint Mare:
PINTO LACE 4/94 #1A 316522 (Wisdom Star 407928 X Cactus Flower Gracie) $500

Paint Mares:
SASSER GAL 1991 #00208561 (Espanas Own Sunny 00119358 X Wahoos Sassy Gal 00122871) $1150
Blk/wht Tobiano homozigous for Paint

Quarter Horse:
YO PALOMA PAGE 6/97 #3635169 (Court of Gold 2105657 X YO Paloma 1317609)$800
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Posted 05 June 2012 - 10:16 PM

The no-photo policy is in my opinion going to make finding homes for these horses rather difficult. Not many people these days have the time and money to travel to see horses they have no idea about other than their bloodlines.

Mary Logan

www.cascabelranch.com

Proud of our family of working western athletes: Arabians, Half-arabs, National Foundation Quarter Horses.
Producers of all-natural grass-fed beef.

The Arabian and Half-arab Fam:

TS Paarden Mia chestnut purebred mare
HAA Marco Rojo chestnut Classical Spanish gelding
SA Firefoxx chestnut purebred gelding
OFW Carnation bay purebred mare
Skyy RPA amber champagne HA mare
Goldenseal MSL palomino HA gelding


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#3 high horses

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Posted 05 June 2012 - 11:33 PM

I understand, but so it has be right now. Its obvious, that it would be benefical to have pictures, but as I posted, John and Carol are not in good health,,

They take care of the horses themselves, it is especially difficult for them every day and they do not have the time or strength to deal with pictures.

No pictures are better than bad pictures, I know this for a fact.

I hope the people who can spare the time, will go look and will benefit. These are nice horses.
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Posted 06 June 2012 - 03:54 AM

sorry but this no picure thing is going to be much more of a problem than you think
who in their right mind would buy a horse sight unseen? especially these days when the digital cameral and internet make this so simple

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Posted 06 June 2012 - 04:49 AM

The purebred stallion should be am excellent working horse. I met Cimmaron Bey when I lived in Texas at the Braden's ranch, and had the opportunity to see many of his offspring painting fences one summer at the owners ranch. :)

He had a great hip and shoulder along with a great work ethic. He had multiple regional championship ribbons in a variety of classes...mostly western but also sidesaddle and costume. He was a big chested beautiful example of an Arabian.

His progeny, the ones I saw were mostly out of puredbred mares. They were all stamped with his hip and shoulder and I distinctly remember him doing a great job shortening the back and strengthining the loin on a weak mare. All were very typy and in your pocket friendly.

If this colt was bred by Larry and penny (I am horrible with names) then he is one of the babies I saw in the pasture while I was there. They were all so nice I WOULD take a sight unseen chance at him. But I'm fighting to keep the two I have, and no place for a stallion...

I hope they all find good homes soon.

Megan

I am owned by: Shadazon Moonlite (Gai Gallizon x Andegor Shadula)
and Champagn Isabella (Heartz Dezire x Champagn Rose)


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Posted 06 June 2012 - 09:57 AM

If I'm not mistaken, Imperial Hasubah is an '89 model - not 98. :)
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Posted 06 June 2012 - 10:14 AM

If I'm not mistaken, Imperial Hasubah is an '89 model - not 98. :)

LOL I almost choked when I saw her as a '98. Thank goodness I looked first before getting in my truck to drive down there to get her!

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Posted 06 June 2012 - 10:28 AM

I was thinking the EXACT SAME THING, VanAlma!!!!! Marouf was certainly one of my favorites while I was at Imperial.......I was ready to make a TON of phone calls before I did a little looking.
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Posted 06 June 2012 - 11:38 AM

I was thinking the EXACT SAME THING, VanAlma!!!!! Marouf was certainly one of my favorites while I was at Imperial.......I was ready to make a TON of phone calls before I did a little looking.

It would have been a ###### of a race to see who got there first! :lol:

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Posted 06 June 2012 - 11:38 AM

Remember, I begged forgivness in the beginning for any mistakes.

I checked my notes and that was my mistake. Carol had her listed correctly.

No one has to buy any horse sight unseen. Perhaps whoever is far away could get someone to go look for them.
I have done this for friends and horse people around the country and them for me.

Again I repeat, a bad picture is far worse than no picture. It takes talent to take a "decent" picture. I, myself am not good at taking pictures of horses.

Please call.
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