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If you type in “need a horse” into Craigslist’s search bar, it leads you to a page with roughly 5,000 listings in the United States. You’ll eventually find someone who wants to sell their horse or trade it for something else.
Love it or hate it, Craigslist is clearly here to stay — and as long as there is Craigslist, there will be plenty of ads that leave you scratching your head, laughing out loud or maybe even picking up the phone to schedule a time to come buy an equine that pulled at your heartstrings. Here’s to hope!
It doesn’t matter if you’re looking at Craigslist, Facebook or one of the myriad of horse sale websites that exist out there: there are plenty of ads out there that just don’t add up. Here’s a sampling of these and many more bad ads from all corners of the horsey internet, sent in by readers! (Source: www.horsenation.com)
If you’re in the market for a new horse, stop wasting your time scrolling through the Facebook posts of people selling their horses, and instead continue reading this. You’ll find that Craigslist is a powerful tool for finding horses for sale, a variety of ways to buy a horse, and, of course, horses for adoption, classifieds, and flea markets.
Kinder said the rescue is accepting donations to help cover the cost of Star’s medical care. To make a donation or learn more about the rescue, visit the organization’s Facebook page or website. (Source: www.fox19.com)