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Team Sorting Dream
"Vestie" is an 8yr old 14-2 height chestnut mare, bred and raised for pleasure and team sorting. She's a money winner in pleasure futurities and RSNC. She leads our local team sorting club in the open, #8, and #6 classes. She's very easy to catch, trailer, clip, and shoe. She side passes, spins both directions and backs with ease. Vestie can be taken on the trail or left in the pasture until the next event. Anyone can ride her, even 80-yr old father. She's nicely put together and has the sweetest little head and disposition. She is truly a people pleaser and would love to work and play with you.
Ad Type:For Sale
Status:Available
Name:Investigate Zippo
Breed:Quarter Horse
Gender:Mare
Color:Chestnut
Height:14.2 hands
Temperament:1 - Calm (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Age:8 yrs
Registered:Yes
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 5,500
Location:Box elder, SD 57719
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