Jerri- 4yr. Thoroughbred Mare

3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
15.0 hh
Foal Date
United States
Ad Status

Thoroughbred Mare for Sale in Midlothian, TX

dark bay / brown (looks black) . good bloodlines (mr. prospector, secretariat in 3 rd and 4 th gen. , man o war, war admiral in 5 th and 6 th gen. ) papers not tranferrable. has chipped knee but i've had no problems with it. ridden e / w and lots of bareback. exp. rider only. rides in snaffle or halter. has scars on back of hind ankles. respectful of people, won't push or run you over even if you have a feed bucket. never bit or bucked. has had roundpen training and some desensitizing. is on weight supplement and is improving. isn't trained for anything but is only a prospect for the listed disciplines. really sweet, and loves attention. has been jumped up to 2' w / o problems with knee. will trade for 2 horse trailer, or untrained 2 yr old (any breed) . please only experienced horse owners / riders. $900 OBO

About Midlothian, TX

In the early 1800s, settlements began to take place in the area that became Ellis County, but full colonization of this area was slow until 1846, when Sam Houston finalized peace treaties between several of the indigenous inhabitants of the region and the Republic of Texas. The earliest inhabitants of this area were the Tonkawa people, but other tribes also hunted in this area, including the Anadarko people, Bidai, Kickapoo, and Waco. The future Ellis County area of the young Republic of Texas was known as the Peters Colony, named for a Louisville, Kentucky-based land grant company consisting of English and American investors. The young Republic empresario grant program encouraged settlements in North Texas in 1857. The few settlers who lived in this region trapped animals and sold their pelts, and traded goods with the natives.

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