Great Pusher Mare 4 Fast Sale
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Tennessee Walking Mare for Sale in Ashland, OH
Need to sell quickly due to purchase of new horse and have no room for this one. She's a great mare, Pusher bred and solid black, we've had her for 5 years. We've ridden her inside and out, open fields and trails. This past summer she was broke to drive a buggy and was driven every other day for 6 months by a local Amish boy. Baths, loads, clips, stands for farrier, all VERY EASILY not a problem horse. Loves to flap her lips and only pins her ears when you DONT pet her. She's an attention hog. Loves to climb. Very willing to learn. She even bows for us. $2500 obo For more information call
About Ashland, OH
Ashland was laid out by Daniel Carter in 1815. Ashland was originally called Uniontown, but in 1822 the city was compelled to adopt a new name because another city in Ohio was already named Uniontown. The new name of Ashland was selected by supporters of the Kentucky congressman Henry Clay, from Ashland, his estate near Lexington. Later, "Henry Clay High School" was considered as a name for what is now known as Ashland High School. In the mid-1800s, Ashland pioneers traveled to Oregon, naming a settlement after the town.