May 30, 2008
These horses are all especially well priced and may even be FREE to a good home.
BARGAIN BARN LISTINGS
Beltaire - NEW Photos!
"GW" - Good for Beginners
"Red" - SOLD!
Good" - SOLD!
Stevie Loverboy - SOLD!
Absultootly - SOLD!
Unanimous - SOLD!
We have more broodmare prospects. Please call.
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Not sure about buying a horse directly from the track? Read our Success Stories. The horses with the asterisk in front of their names were all bought directly from the track - sight unseen!
Absultootly is a 16 hh 4 year old Thoroughbred gelding
for sale. $1000.
Absultootly is a 16 hh 4 year old gelding who is in Kentucky.
He will make a great trail horse.
Absultootly's front legs
Absultootly's rear legs
bargain barn prospect
horses - special pricing
Absultootly - SOLD! Congratulations to Amanda
16 hh 4 year old gelding. "Toot" will only be suitable
for trail riding. He has a weird roughness on the top outside joint
of his knee but he is sound. It should not give him problems. X-rays
will be included with him. He is a pretty lazy horse. He would
much rather eat then run around. He is good to ride with no bad
habits. Good in his stall and good with the blacksmith. He is a
very easy keeper and will get fat quickly if fed too much. He is
a good mover and is very comfortable to ride. No vices and is clean
Absultootly's owner is the estate of the late John Davies of
Cincinnati, Ohio. After the passing of his son John III in 1990,
the John & Shirley
Davies Foundation was established. Dedicated to helping health,
education and arts organizations in the community, it also assisted
individuals who could not get help anywhere else.
Through his love of horses, John was able to give generously and
innovatively to various area charities. The horses Wellness and Lynn’s
Vision ( "Bubba") donated
money to the Wellness
Community. Christian’s Hope
a young boy (now 9) who was stricken with cancer of the eye at
John was personally involved with many of the charities and individuals
that he helped. His passions included the Wellness
Community, where the memory of his son motivated him to
help other cancer participants fight for recovery.
Our Bargain Barn horse Absultootly is
another of John Davie's horses that needs a home since his passing.
Click here to
see his pedigree
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