Horse talk has a new site! We will be retiring this site for the new one. Please check it out.
Lots of extras and more to come. The site will be changing for some weeks but we are looking forward to having you on site!
Horse-talk.net was designed to support the horse and its owner in any way we can. We are here to help you communicate your needs, disseminate information and help support your sales and trades. You will notice on the left are a number of categories. These may change and grown as your needs change. If you do not see a category for you just let us know.
The front section of the site will list (may be abbreviated for space) “all” the listing in a specific category. Each listing will have a link to the “State” where the full ad or information is displayed. When you visit a State you will see a list of the same Categories… but… they will only display ads and information in that particular State. Feel free to bookmark your favorite areas of the site. Return to the Home Page of Horse-Talk to see “all” postings.
The navigation you see at the top of the page is general categories pertaining to all areas.
All text postings are FREE. If you want to punch up your ad - Add a box, have pop up pictures added - add named link to your specific to your ad for you to use in hard copy ads - banner ads, etc. Please see Display/ Price for examples of the options and fees. If you want something else please do not hesitate to ask. We will try to accommodate you in any way we can.
Posting Information and Ads
In order to post information, update, or delete ads you must e-mail email@example.com All information posted is created by our readers and does not necessary reflect the views of Horse-Talk. If you have an opinion about a posting please communicate directly with the folks who originated the information.
Horse-talk.net is a large site. Please if you come across a broken link please report it so we can follow thru. We do go thru the site on a daily basis but we can not do a thousand pages a day. Your support would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you again and Welcome Back to the new old Horse-Talk!
Connie Sue and Bill