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Name
Breed
Saddlebred
Gender
Mare
Color
Bay
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
16.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
270/6,257
Ad Status
Unaviable
Price
$1,000

Saddlebred Mare for Sale in Asheboro, NC

Great horse for lessons, eventing, dressage, jumping, casual riding, or as a broodmare. Quiet, no vices; she has a beautiful free walk, a terrific trot that is wonderful for sitting trot work, and a smooth canter; she loves to jump. She is also a great trail horse; she never spooks, and she always goes forward when I ask. She would make a great eventing horse at the lower levels. She does not chew, bite, kick, weave, or crib. She is easy to catch and halter. She stands quietly to be groomed; she even picks up her feet willingly. She is easy to tack up; she opens her mouth for the bit, and does not blow herself up when being saddled. Digital photos of her are available upon request. Price is negotiable; I will take the best offer for her, as long as she is going to a good home.

About Asheboro, NC

Asheboro was named after Samuel Ashe, the ninth governor of North Carolina (1795–1798), and became the county seat of Randolph County in 1796. It was a small village in the 1800s, with a population of less than 200 through the Civil War; its main function was housing the county courthouse, and the town was most active when court was in session. Asheboro's population only began to grow significantly following its connection to railroads: the High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and Southern Railroad first served the city in 1889, followed by the Montgomery Railroad in 1896. Asheboro emerged as a textile production center in the 20th century with the opening of the Acme Hosiery Mills in 1909. After World War II, the city's manufacturing sector grew to include batteries, wires and food products.

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