|Ad Type:||For Sale|
|Name:||Frech Man Pine|
|Temperament:||3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)|
|Age:||7 yrs 2 mths|
|Country:||United States of America|
|Location:||Granite falls, MN 56241|
Nice young mare, pretty color with nice bloodlines. This mare has done a little bit of everything. I've owned her since she was a yearling and have known her breeders all of my life. She's a perfect blend between her sire and dam. Quiet and easy going but always ready to go to work. Unfortunately as much as I love her we have never quite clicked. She's always been my back burner horse. I've hauled her to many barrel races and rodeos. She takes them all in stride and enjoys the new sights and sounds. She eats, drinks, stalls and stands tied with no problems. I've only entered her in a few barrel races. Currently clocking in the 3D against pro caliber horses.
As much as I would like to be selfish and continue her barrel career with me I think she would really excel in roping. Her breeders agree and she has siblings doing well in the roping pen. We have done some pasture roping and roping out of the box. Great breakaway prospect! She will take a jerk and as far as calf roping she naturally wants to work the rope. She is far from finished but she has a good idea. We worked her without a neckrope and she stayed faced and kept the rope tight. Not bad for a little barrel pony! ;)
Aside for arena work we've been on several trail rides and over night camping. Nothing bothers her. I've always had ideas of keeping her and turning her into an all around youth horse. She's had beginners on her and she is my dad's go to... For the 2 times a year that he rides. I have used her to teach lesson kids how to pick up and clean hooves. She is perfect for the farrier! Stands for baths and full body clipping. Which unfortunately she had a full summer of dealing with. In 2014 she caught her hide on a gate hinge and tore her entire left side open. Thankfully it was summer time so I kept her side/belly clipped and she got cold hosed 3 times a day. Along with antibiotics (she stands great for shots) and bottles of Vetericyn. She always stood great and made the recovery process easy. She now has a nice scar about 7-8 inches long but absolutely no lasting effects. Most people don't even notice it when she is wearing a back cinch.
She up to date on teeth, feet, coggins and all other vet work. She's never taken a lame step. No injections or maintenance required.
My plan for her now is to continue to haul her as well as use her for branding calves and ponying colts, which she is also very good at, until sold. However she deserves the opportunity to become more than just a back bummer horse. Please don't hesitate to call, text or email me with any questions!