|Ad Type:||For Sale|
|Name:||MIA ALFA AFH|
|Temperament:||5 - Average (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)|
|Country:||United States of America|
|Location:||Cortland, OH 44410|
Haflinger mare, broke to ride and drive. Ridden at Beaver Creek State park and Allegheny Mountains. 59 inches, good ground manners, white mane and tail, 6 years old, ridden western, easy keeper, not for beginners DNA'd
KAREN ASHEPA said:
I'm interested in your mare. Is she still available? why do you say not for beginners? does she buck? rear? bolt?
Im experienced - been riding for 40 years and want a trail horse.
Mia is available, She is a good trail horse. She is not for beginners because she has a lot of energy. You can't just take her out of the stall and expect her to be perfect. She needs turned out or ground work before you ride. She is sure footed and is used to a breast collar and crupper. She does not have a lot of experience but is good with another calm horse on trail rides. She has been ridden for 4 or 5 hours in rough terrain many times. We ride at beaver creek state park in Ohio . She is a very pretty mare with good ground manners. If you have any further questions, please let me know. I am selling her because I am riding a gelding Haflinger now.
Julie H. said:
Hi, your mare looks nicely put together. I just have a few questions if you don't mind. Has the horse ever had any lameness or soundness, health issues? What is her history, Prior owner? Is she good minded under saddle but just green or are there underlining issues with her training? WTC? Why are you offering her for sale? Thanks for your time. Julie
No, she has not had any lameness or soundness issues. She is perfectly healthy. Maybe a little too fat.
I bought her from a stable near Columbus who bought her for a lesson horse. She did not turn out for them mostly because she was only 3 and not enough training yet. I trail rode her all of 2014 in some rough terrain and she did well along side another calm trail horse. She has good ground manners and is sure footed.