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Black Beauty - For Your Consideration:

Name
ROL First Fantacy (First Cyte x
Breed
Arabian
Gender
Mare
Color
Black
Temperament
5 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
USEF / Arabian Horse Association
Reg Number
5396438 / 0584059
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
April, 2001
Country
United States
Views/Searches
1,419/29,389
Ad Status
Available
Price
$3,500

Arabian Mare for Sale in Cle Elum, WA

ROL First Fantacy, otherwise known as Fanci, is a beautiful black Arabian mare. She just turned 19, but has the spirit and drive of a young horse. Fanci was born at RO Levick Arabians in Arlington, WA. She is loaded with training including some dressage. Fanci is NOT a slow horse, but rather more forward enjoying taking the lead on trails. She is responsive to leg cues, very sweet, with no buck, bite, or rear. Loves to be brushed and doted on. She is very easy to catch. Just call her name or she will come when she sees you. She is fine on roads, with dogs, bridges, logs. If you are passionate of the Arabian spirit, then Fanci is your horse. She does much better if ridden at least a couple of times per week. She would be best suited for an advanced beginner on up. She has been shown by a 13
... more»-year old girl. She stands quietly for the farrier and loads and stands quietly in the trailer. She is UTD with everything except the Strangles vaccine. Fanci is 100% healthy and sound. Vet checks welcome, but at cost of prospective buyer. Fanci is a very special mare and it saddens me that I must sell her. She will only be sold to an approved home. Please... serious inquiries only! TEXT - 4252998952 or EMAIL mezimmie@gmail.com

About Cle Elum, WA

Some assert [ who? ] that the selection of the Stampede Pass was determined by the coal discovery [ clarification needed ]. In the spring of 1886 the railroad engineers under Mr. Virgil Bogue and Mr. Herbert Huson were making their survey through the region with the intent of establishing a station. At the site of the future city, a Northern Pacific Railway station was named Clealum after the Kittitas name Tle-el-Lum (tlielləm), meaning "swift water", referring to the Cle Elum River.

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