Incredibly Bred TB Mare. Reduced

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Name
Breed
Thoroughbred
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
142/4,666
Ad Status
Available
Price
$6,500

Thoroughbred Mare for Sale in Mandan, ND

Mia (PHR #4584***6) (Win Lose Or Draw (AP Indy) X Shasta (Take My Call) ) This Performance Horse registered, bay, Thoroughbred mare was foaled 06 / 14 / 2001 and stands 16. 0H. She has the most incredible pedigree with stakes winners on both sides! ~Mia~ has a medium build with solid bone. Her hooves are solid and she has never been shod. She is extremely athletic with an enormous amount of agility. ~Mia~ is broke to ride under both English and Western tack, been ponied and free jumped, and has been ridden in both an indoor arena and on Trails. Superior Hunter / Jumper / Eventing prospect with finishing. ~Mia~ has been shown in Pleasure Type Halter with a Reserve Championship placing. Excellent opportunity to acquire the best of Thoroughbred breeding and a performance prospect
... more» all in one package! OFFERS, terms available. Located in Mandan, ND.

About Mandan, ND

While Native Americans had long established settlements in the area along the river, the first white explorer was Frenchman Sieure de la Verendyre and his expedition in 1738. Not until the early 1800s did Euro-American frontiersmen come to the area with any regularity; the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1804 and 1806, George Catlin in 1832 and Prince Maximilian and Karl Bodmer in 1834 being the most notable. The Fort Clark Trading Post was established in 1830 by the American Fur Company 40 miles upstream on the Missouri River to support trappers. To provide protection for the approaching rail line from the east and the homesteaders who would surely follow, the US Army established two outposts in the area in 1872 and 1873. Fort Greeley (later renamed Fort Hancock) was founded first on the east side of the river.

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