AQHA Fantastic Western Pleasure Trail Ho
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Thousand Oaks, CA
"Jancy" (mare) has been with current owner for 5 1 / 2 years, who's job has been predominately trail riding for pleasure. In the last six months she has also been used for adult beginner rider in western pleasure lessons, trail riding, and natural horsemanship classes. Jancy's previous owners showed Jancy in Western Pleasure classes in Glennville and Deland California Areas. Her Sire, Zipped My Zipper, has shown in Top Ten World Show, Quarter Horse Congress, NSBA Money - Earner, Performance Point Earner. Bloodline sire has two great pleasure horse performers and producers Zippo Pine Bar and Hot Rodders Jet Set. Jancy ties, clips, trailers no problem. Gaits are smooth and quiet. Forward mover at walk but quiet jog and lope. Full blood bay coloring with two small rear white socks. Easier keeper. Alfalfa twice a day. No suppliments currently given. . . not needed. Barefoot and loving it! Mixes it up with turnout friends, mares and geldings just fine. Trails out alone and confident or follows with manners a group. Not "marish". Foaled April 1998 Call Stacy 805-279-7***9. . . . come on out for a ride
About Thousand Oaks, CA
Chumash people were the first to inhabit what is now called Thousand Oaks, settling there over 10,000 years ago. It was home to two major villages: Sap'wi ("House of the Deer") and Satwiwa ("The Bluffs"). Sap'wi is now by the Chumash Interpretive Center which is home to multiple 2,000 year-old pictographs. Satwiwa is the home of the Native American Indian Culture Center which sits at the foothills of Mount Boney in Newbury Park, a sacred mountain to the Chumash. A smaller village, Yitimasɨh, was located where Wildwood Elementary School sits today.