Tennessee Walker Black and White
4 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Tennessee Walking Mare for Sale in port angeles, WA
i have my black and white tw mare for sale. she is for an intermediate to experienced riders only. she is 19 years old just turned 19 in april. She is for flat ground riding only and not all day. She is out of shape hasnt been ridden in a year. To much rain at the moment all trails by me are nothing but mud. She hasnt been in a trailer in 8 years all trails are off my street. So no need for a trailer. The reason for flat ground riding only is she has heaves. Not real bad but she can get a little winded and will stop for a rest then move on. She is not for breeding. If thats what you have in mind for her she will not go to you..She is registered but i did not pay for the papers i dont show and she cant be bred. So need for them. She is a pushy mare and if you dont pay attention she will push you. She doesnt rear or buck. But will kick out like a tantrum for a few mins when you want to go one way and she wants to go the other. She is great for the farrier stands she does have on fronts but normally i keep her barefoot with her boots on. She rides alone can be a little spooky on trails does not like bears she will spin around and try and take off. When she snorts on the trail there is always some wild animal ahead. She will let you know. She is not great on the streets i mean i ride her on them but i know her. She will go to a approved home only. and she wil not end up at an auction. She will come back to me. I will not have my horse in the wrong hands. If you are a horse dealer do not answer my add. she will not go to you. The price might be negotionable. So if interested just give me a call or an email. for some reason my pics will not load onto here. so if you want to see photos text me and i will send them. thanks
About port angeles, WA
This area was long occupied by succeeding cultures of indigenous peoples. In 1791 the harbor was entered by Spanish explorer Francisco de Eliza , who named it Puerto de Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles (Port of Our Lady of the Angels), claiming it for Spain. He was on an expedition from southern California. This name was shortened to the current one of Port Angeles. The first Europeans to the area tended to trade with the Native Americans.