Black, kid Broke Mare, In Foal
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Arabian Mare for Sale in Ottumwa, IA
Azja Andromeda (AHA #433307) (Azja Pharonek (Royal Tarlor) X Zalateen (GM Zalazon) ) This BLACK Arabian mare was foaled 06 / 08 / 1988 and stands 14. 2H. ~Annie~ is broke to ride for both children and Beginners and has been used in a lesson program. She is a genuinely sweet mare and can be ridden with just a halter and lead rope! ~Annie~ is a substantial mare with excellent feet and she is super easy to keep. She has excellent manners and does really well in a herd environment. She has produced several foals and is an excellent mother. All of her registered foals, by different colored sires, have been BLACK. ~Annie~ is checked in foal to the Ali Jamaal son Valle Jamaal for a 2006, probable BLACK, foal. Asking $2, 800. Terms Available. Located in Ottumwa, IA.
About Ottumwa, IA
The young town was severely damaged during the Flood of 1851. In 1857, coal was being mined from the McCready bank, a site along Bear Creek four miles west of Ottumwa. In 1868, Brown and Godfrey opened a drift mine four miles northwest of town. By 1872, Brown and Godfrey employed 300 men and had an annual production of 77,000 tons. In 1880, the Phillips Coal and Mining Company opened a mine two miles northwest of town.