Advert expired!
HT318DEF8
Quick Cow Mare
Codys Miss Hancock aka Roanie is a 9 year old bay Quarter Horse mare. She has done just about everything. Been through parades, shows, ect. She's extremely talented with cattle and can herd them with ease. She has absolutely no vices and isn't spooky. No kicking, biting, can bath, and stands for farrier. She had been used as a roping horse and used some on barrels and poles previously. She has a lot of speed when asked. She's been on trails with no problem. I want her to go to a experienced rider because she tests riders from time to time and she can have some speed. We want her to go to a good home as we're only selling her because I'm getting into western pleasure. No trades, and email me any questions and I'll be glad to answer! Thanks!
Height: 15.1
Age: 108
Sex: Mare
Colour: Bay Roan
Category: Quarter Horse
Registration details
we're sorry, this ad is no longer available.
Latest ads in the same category:
4STAR 3H Gn

4STAR 3H Gn

2013 4 STAR 3 HORSE GOOSE NECK, 16′ LONG X 7′ TALL X 7′ WIDE, ...
2013WeatherfordTX$ 21,900
New 2015 Shadow Trailer 3H Stablemate Bumper Pull Horse Trailer

New 2015 Shadow Trailer 3H Stablemate Bu...

2014 Shadow 3H STABLEMATE Stock Combo Trailer Check this OUT! 3 Horse ALL ALUMIN...
2015ShadowOH$ 11,500
New 2015 Shadow Trailer 2H Select Gooseneck Horse Trailer

New 2015 Shadow Trailer 2H Select Goosen...

2015 Shadow Select Gooseneck Trailer TOP Quality Trailer at an AFFORDABLE price...
2015ShadowOH$ 15,495
New 2014 Shadow Trailer 2H Pro Series Bumper Pull Horse Trailer

New 2014 Shadow Trailer 2H Pro Series Bu...

2014 Shadow PRO Series Bumper Pull Trailer Our most popular bumper pull is back ...
2014ShadowOH$ 17,500
New 2015 Shadow Trailer 3H Select Gooseneck Horse Trailer

New 2015 Shadow Trailer 3H Select Goosen...

2015 Shadow Select Gooseneck Trailer TOP Quality Trailer at an AFFORDABLE price...
2015ShadowOH$ 16,995


share:
Facebook
Twitter
RSS
Blog
discover our partner websites: Farmingads USA | Horsemart | Kittenads | Forklifttruckmart USA
Memória Visual