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Beautiful Broodmare! Touchdown Kid, Quincy Feature bred
Sweet, pretty, well bred broodmare. Sweet Pea was born and raised with us. She combines many great bloodlines that are unique to the Appaloosa industry. DNA and Hypp N/N on file. She is currently in foal to World Champion AQHA Mr Ice Te. We will be retaining this foal and price is reflective of just the mare. Would be willing to rebreed to our stallion in 2014. This cross produced money and point earning halter filly deluxe! We are reducing numbers is only reason for sale. Easy breeder and very good mother/milker. No health issues and always maintained. First pic is Sweet Pea second pic is her filly as yearling.
Ad Type:For Sale
Status:Available
Name:Sheza Kid Sensation
Breed:Appaloosa
Gender:Mare
Color:Chestnut
Height:15.2 hands
Temperament:3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Age:7 yrs
Registered:Yes
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 3,000
Location:Albion, IN 46701
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