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Beautiful grey Morgan mare for Christmas
We are moving and need to sell our beautiful FPS Fayre Greyhoneyvelvet 9 yr grey mare. Velvet rides and is reported to drive by a former owner as well. She was bred this year to the smokey black based grey stallion Mineral's Fade to Grey. (Fade carries the creme gene) From this cross Velvet could produce a buckskin, black or grey. She has been confirmed in foal for a July foaling. She has had extensive natural horsemanship ground training. Lots of trail riding. She is in great condition and we keep our horses natural barefoot trimmed. No lameness or health issues. We are asking 3500.00 open or bred - grab her now this is a fantastic deal! Her foal alone would be selling for her asking price. We are relocating to Orange county and can deliver within LA or Orange county. Please see her YouTube videos under FPS Fayre Greyhoneyvelvet or visit website at mineralvalleymorgans dot com
Height: 14.3
Age: 108
Sex: Mare
Colour: Grey
Category: Morgan
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