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Minnesota, Spring valley
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Bandit is a 2004 Buckskin Arab/Morgan mare. She is registered Half Arabian. She is 15.0hh. Bandit has been used as a trail horse. She has been on overnight camping trips and on many trail rides. She is used to cattle, tractors, dogs, etc.. She has also been shown in halter at a couple of open shows when she was younger. Bandit would also make a great broodmare. She is out of a Tamerlan daughter. She is friendly and easy to catch.
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Clif Giest said:
16-04-2014 10:11
I am interested in Bandit. Is she still for sale? Does she neck rein,pick up feet easy, load good,need shoes or can she go barefoot? Thank you for your time.
HaleBop26 replied:
16-04-2014 17:21
Hello, Thank you for your interest, but Bandit is no longer available.
JoAnne Gratz said:
10-04-2014 14:45
We are looking for a nice riding horse for myself and my son (who is a beginner). Would this horse be a good fit for us?
HaleBop26 replied:
12-04-2014 18:36
Thanks for your interest, but bandit is no longer available.
Andrea said:
16-03-2014 22:50
Bandit sounds wonderful I am wondering about how her feet are has she foundered before does she need shoes how would she be if she was a husband horse ?? I am looking for a wonderful addition to our farm and I want to be able to put anybody on her , I have a mare right now that I am not able to do that. How does she she do riding out by herself ?? has she ever been in with cows ?? any info that you can give me I would appreciate it thanks !
HaleBop26 replied:
17-03-2014 06:19
Bandit doesn't require shoes, and she is used to cows. She is probably best suited for an intermediate rider, as she is not a dead head. Thanks, Jay
elizabeth said:
10-03-2014 21:26
How would she be for a beginnerand does she ride out alone?
HaleBop26 replied:
11-03-2014 18:05
Bandit is best suited for an intermediate rider, not a beginner. Thanks for your interest, Jay
heather said:
08-03-2014 09:41
I'm a heavy rider looking for a solid trail horse for overnight camping. I currently have Arabs so am used to the sensitivity. Do you think with the foundering that she'd still be okay for long trail rides with a heavier rider? Does she need any special shoeing? Other than keeping off grass and watching her weight, does she have any other special dietary needs? I have a foundered pony but not any full sized horses that foundered. Also, how is she in the herd--what's her rank? Is she aggressive or mellow?
HaleBop26 replied:
09-03-2014 16:20
Hello, Bandit should be fine for a heavier rider. She is a sturdy horse and has been overnight camping trips before. She doesn't require shoes and she doesn't have any other dietary needs. Bandit is towards the middle to top of the herd. She gets along well with other horses. Thanks, Jay
Dainika said:
07-03-2014 14:24
I was wondering if she could show western and does she do hunt to? Thanks, Dainika
HaleBop26 replied:
09-03-2014 16:22
Bandit is just a trail horse. We ride her in a western saddle with a snaffle bit. She has never been ridden English. She was only shown when she was younger in halter at a couple open show. Thanks, Jay
Jessie said:
24-01-2014 00:03
I am interested in learning more about her. Does she have speed/ want to go when riding her? Or is she the more calm, lazy type? Also what level rider would she require?
HaleBop26 replied:
12-02-2014 18:23
Hello, Bandit is a great horse to ride. She would be best suited for an intermediate rider, because she is an alert horse and not a dead head. She would never take off, rear, or buck; the only thing she does is stop an look at the thing she is afraid of for a couple seconds and then she moves on just fine. She is a really fun horse to ride. She has been used as a trail horse for the past five years. We've rode her on trails behind our house and we have taken her on overnight camping trips to Forestville State Park. We have never taken her out by herself, but I'm sure she would do fine. The only reason we are selling her is, because my daughter shows horses so we don't have as much time to trail ride anymore. The reason for her low price is she foundered last spring. She made a full recovery, but she should be kept off grass. If you have anymore questions let me know. Thanks for your interest, Jay
Kristine said:
23-01-2014 16:43
Please tell me more about her. Any soundness issues or health problems? Has she ever had a foal that you know of? how long have you owned her, and what did the previous owners use her for? Thank you.
HaleBop26 replied:
23-01-2014 18:57
Hello, Bandit is a great horse and the only reason for the low price is that she grass foundered last year. She made a full recovery, but should be kept off grass. We raised her and she has never had a foal, but with her great bloodlines I'm sure she would be a wonderful broodmare. Bandit has been used as my wife's and my trail horse for the past five years. We have rode her on the trails behind our house and on overnight camping trips in Forestville State Park. She trailers well and gets along well with other horses. Bandit is a strong horse that can handle long trail rides. If you have anymore questions let me know. Thanks for your interest, Jay
Ad Type:For Sale
Name:Bear Creeks Bandit
Height:15.00 hands
Temperament:3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Age:10 yrs
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 650
Location:Spring valley, MN 55975
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