Broke To Ride
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Arabian Mare for Sale in Ottumwa, IA
Never Too Cute (AHA# 550588, Breeder Sweeps Nom. (Never Again X Hal OfA Nite (Hal Gibby) ) She has an impressive pedigree riddled with not only gorgeous individuals, but proven athletes as well. ~Cutie~ has great legs, a full hip, nicely shaped neck, and a pretty head with a huge eye. She is a very flashy and charismatic mover. ~Cutie~ has had almost a year of Pro - training in Western Pleasure and Trail riding and is ready for finishing for the show ring or become a great pleasure / Trail mount! Currently requires an Advanced Beginner rider as is or more experience to finish. ~Cutie~ produced her first foal, a colt by Valle Jamal ( * Ali Jamaal) in 07 / 2005 and he is BEAUTIFUL. She is priced so quality that won~t break your bank! OFFERS, terms possible. Located in Ottumwa, IA.
About Ottumwa, IA
The young town was severely damaged during the Flood of 1851. In 1857, coal was being mined from the McCready bank, a site along Bear Creek four miles west of Ottumwa. In 1868, Brown and Godfrey opened a drift mine four miles northwest of town. By 1872, Brown and Godfrey employed 300 men and had an annual production of 77,000 tons. In 1880, the Phillips Coal and Mining Company opened a mine two miles northwest of town.