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Morab Broodmare/Companion Horse
Exceptionally beautiful, AHA registered, 2003 chocolate dapple Palomino Morab (Arabian-Morgan Cross) stands 15.3 and has beautiful movement. Due to soft-tissue injury horse goes lame when worked regularly. She can be anxious in new situations, but can be ridden lightly (w/t/c) in a confined area by experienced/educated rider. She has an exceptional pedigree (it shows), beauty, movement, and height to pass on. That is why I think she may make a nice broodmare... But mostly she needs a good home where she can simply be a horse. In perfect health aside from the lameness issue on the left forehand. Kills me to give her away, but need a horse that I can work steadily and I can count on to ride. Good home an absolute must.
Ad Type:For Sale
Status:Available
Name:HART OF GOLD DF (Nevada)
Breed:Morab
Gender:Mare
Color:Palomino
Height:15.3 hands
Temperament:6 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Age:10 yrs 11 mths
Registered:Yes
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 1
Location:Santa Barbara, 93103
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