all Around, Family Trail Horse! 4h Potential! Make Offer!
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Mare for Sale in Palmyra, IN
Incredible Cowgirl is a very nice mare. Correct confirmation. Laid back to ride. Good on trails. Will ride alone or in a group. My 8 yr old son rides her sometimes and even plays around with trick riding on her. She tolerates it very well. Sells 100% sound and healthy. Vet exams welcome though she just had a full vet exam 10/7/16 which is available to potential buyers. She does have a crack in her left front hoof however both her vet and farrier have examined it and verified no laminitis/infection and will grow out with time. She has a current coggins which is good for another 10 months. The only reason she is for sale is because I have no use for her at this time. (I own several horses and investing in my yearlings show career.) She stands tied, loads, bathes, clips, lunges, leads etc all with no problems. Gets along well with other horses, dogs, cows etc. Would make a really nice 4h horse. Awesome trail horse. Will cross anything. Her reg name is Incredible Cowgirl and her reg number is 842359. Sire is Eight Second Cowboy and dam is CDK Incredibly Done. HYPP N/N. Lots of multi world champion horses on her pedigree. She does have some experience in showing in halter, pleasure and trail. She is in pasture condition but it wouldn't take much to polish her up for shows. I do have some pictures from when she was in show condition. She does not neck rein or sidepass. She does know how to collect with an advanced rider. Asking $1500. MAKE OFFER! Located in Palmyra IN. Cross posted. Call or text 812-572-2576
About Palmyra, IN
Palmyra was originally called Carthage, and under the latter name was laid out in 1836. Because there was already another Carthage in Indiana, the town was renamed Palmyra in 1839 to avoid repetition. The present name most likely is a transfer from the ancient city of Palmyra. A Confederate force led by Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan camped in Palmyra on the night of July 9, 1863 after the Battle of Corydon. The army took ransoms from the businesses and commandeered all the town's horses for the Confederate cavalry.