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HT331DC5E
Seasoned Trail Horse
13 yr old grade mare. Stands at 15.3 hands. Friendly and well broke. Would be a good fit for an advanced beginner rider. Goes out well on her own. Walks, trots, lopes, neck reins, and moves nicely off the leg. Is utd on shots, worming, and coggins. Ties, loads, clips, and stands well for ferrier. Rarely shy's (level headed if does) and road safe. She is a seasoned trail horse. Trail horse, brood mare prospect, and possible 4H prospect. This is a great mare! The ONLY reason we are selling her is that we have had very little rain and our pasture is gone so we are already feeding this winters hay. Our income is our dairy farm, the cows are a priority and 6 horses have to go. Come take a look. $1800 OBO. Contact by responding to this post or call/text 608.214.6878. Video links: http://youtu.be/pBJK4SlvWgU http://youtu.be/ZmagTkOofGM
Ad Type:For Sale
Status:Sold
Name:Queenie
Breed:Paint
Gender:Mare
Color:Sorrel
Height:15.3 hands
Temperament:3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Age:13 yrs
Registered:No
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 1,800
Location:Blanchardville, WI 53516
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