This pretty girl was originally marked SOLD after her ad had been up for less than 24 hours; the buyer turned out to be a scammer, so I am re-listing her. Sellers on this site beware, scammer info listed below after Imogen’s description.
Imogen is a beautiful 14hh grey Molly 9yo and broke to ride, with a sporty build that resembles more so her horse heritage than donkey. Completely sound, verified by a vet in April during a pre-buy inspection I had done, record available upon request.... (read more) Great feet, great conformation and absolutely beautiful, really wish I could keep her. I bought her over the phone and sight unseen while deployed in Afghanistan, and after recently redeploying and spending some time together, she isn’t quite what I need right now and she will be happier in a home that will give her the attention she deserves. I want to ensure she goes to a good home, she will make someone an incredible mule as she desires attention and a connection with someone. She is already a good trail mule, but I had aspirations of training her for eventing as her build is beautifully athletic, and I think she’d made a great sport pony for someone as well. Asking price is what I paid for her, I am eating the cost of shipping, coggins, and vet pre-buy inspection. More (and better) pictures and videos under saddle available upon request, please text or call with inquiries!
I received an email from a “Ronald Henderson” from Tulsa, OK at rrfasttrack10 at gmail and proceeded to text him at 09182210914 (written strange because equinenow does not want contact info in descriptions). He asked intelligent buyer questions initially, concerned about current nutrition regimen and training history. However, if you call the number you will only receive static, it is a number issued by India. He sent a check for $3900 more than Imogen’s asking price and asked me to zelle the balance to the shipper. The check was from a construction company in Baltimore but mailed from a different construction company in California. Huge red flag, I convinced him to send me an address for the health certificate. The address he sent was bought by a different family, I called the residents and they have never heard of “Roland Henderson.” Told him I would terminate our arrangement if he did not call me. Got a call from a California number, different from the one we’d been texting through, and a man with a strong Indian accent nearly scream cried at me while insisting he could not give me the shippers contact info and THEY would call me, and I NEEDED to zelle them the money so they could call. So that was the end of that. Sellers beware, don’t get got by these idiots.
And if you’re reading this, hi “Ronald”! I went ahead reported all of your numbers, emails, addresses, and construction guises to USAA, cheers boo;)
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