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Belgian Draft
4 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
15.3 hh
Foal Date
March, 2006
United States
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Belgian Draft Mare for Sale in Rock, MI

15-16 year old Belgian/QH mare. 15.3hh. Loves trails, green to arena work but has lovely gaits, neck reins, and a great work ethic. I don’t have detailed history on her, but she has clearly had lots of mileage on trails, is road safe, super brave, and is sound barefoot. She will lead on trails but has a forward walk, or she will follow behind anyone and plod along at their pace! Stalls well, currently lives out 24/7 in a mare herd, is fine turned out with geldings too. Loads like a champ, ties, stands for bathing, tacking, farrier, etc! Loves to be loved on. She is blind in her right eye, but doesn’t function any different for it- even with noisy trailers or motorcycles passing her on her blind side. She had an occasional cough while warming up under saddle when she came to me, but has since been given the Air Power supplement with her morning grain and no longer displays a cough. She had a coggins test pulled last month, vaccinations in June, dewormed in June. Her teeth were floated by a certified equine dentist in July as well- she is up to date on everything and ready to hit the trails with a new person, or do a little bit of everything with a youth rider! Super smooth walk and trot, takes a bit of push to get her into a canter in an arena but is not silly at all, just obviously green to arena work. This mare would happily do the shore to shore ride. Rides alone or with others. I have been told she drives as well, but I have no equipment nor knowledge to try her with a cart myself.

About Rock, MI

Rock was first settled in 1865 by Chicago and North Western Railway workers. J.R. Steele bought land in the community from the railroad in 1866 and settled there, and George English built a store there in the same year. The community was originally called Malton Spur, and a post office called Malton operated from March 28, 1879 to April 30, 1883; Henrietta Crawford served as postmaster of this post office. The community was then renamed Maple Ridge, but changed its name again to Rock when applying for a new post office.

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