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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Cleburne, TX
ONLINE AUCTION Place your bid at PlatinumEquineAuction dot com Auction starts October 30th and ends November 13th $3500 Starting bid Let’s talk fancy broke and pretty. Is that what you need to buy a mare? Or how about registered and fun for the entire family? What about the best color, lots of experience, reining cow horse foundation, and good sized? Would you buy a mare then? What If I said I had a mare with all the great qualities of a gelding and ten times the heart because she was a mare and used harder? I’m talking jerk your rope down choke one then go run a cow horse pattern and then when you’re done the ENTIRE family can cruise around on for fun! Meet Cricket, a registered 2013 model mare that’s 14.2 with all of the great qualities I described above and then some! Offered for a small amount of time before she’s put on a platform! Would make a jam up breakaway or heel horse with a little training in the arena, shes been a using horse. Go show in open novice classes. If you don’t win you’ll be close to it and you’ll get to have a blast as this mare has a super natural rate and want to watch a cow. Go team sort, the hard parts done. She will watch a cow almost bridle less with a little help (never got finished as a cutter) Turn back on she’ll turn one every time or take that hit. Trail ride her, she’s the most gentle easy going gal you’ll ride. Play days, shes just broke enough to take you anywhere you want to go with the experience of lights already under her belt. Safe, literally babies can play under her in the water and she will never bat an eye. Would make a super novice show horse for the kids to enjoy the show atmosphere! Would be a nice breakaway mare. Finish her how you’d like. One hand broke. Fancy. Gentle. Safe. The right age. What else do you need to want to buy a mare? If I have your attention feel free to call me at (940) 305-3509. Located in Cleburne Texas. ONLINE AUCTION Place your bid at PlatinumEquineAuction dot com Auction starts October 30th and ends November 13th $3500 Starting bid
About Cleburne, TX
Cleburne is Johnson County's third county seat. It was formerly known as Camp Henderson, a temporary Civil War outpost from which Johnson County soldiers would depart for war (most of them would serve under General Cleburne). The city was formally incorporated in 1871. In August 1886 the Texas Farmers' Alliance met at Lee's Academy and adopted a seventeen-point political resolution, commonly known as the Cleburne Demands, which was the first major document of the agrarian revolt occurring at the end of the late nineteenth century. In 1900 Cleburne was the site of the founding convention of the Texas State Federation of Labor.