Great Roping Prospect
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Corbin, KY
Chaos has had over 80 days of pro training, and is coming along very good. She's sound and UTD on Coggins. She's just been started on the barrel pattern, she also is working on slide stops and spins. She's a solid bay with no markings. The only reason that i am selling this mare is that we have too many horses and not enough time to ride them all. This mare has alot of talent and i cannot let that go to waste. She would make an outstanding Calf Roping, Team Roping, or Breakaway Roping horse. She'd also make an nice Barrel / Pole horse. She's been on trails and will cross water, logs, etc. She's got a big stop and alot of speed. If you looking for a good roping horse dont pass her up. Call and ask for Morgan, leave a message.
About Corbin, KY
The first settlement in the Corbin area was known as Lynn Camp Station and the first post office was called Cummins for community founder Nelson Cummins. It was discovered in 1885 that both Cummins and Lynn Camp were already in use as names for Kentucky post offices and postmaster James Eaton was asked to select another name. He chose Corbin, for the Rev. James Corbin Floyd, a local minister. The town was incorporated under that name in 1905.