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3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Hallam, NE
60 days prof. training last May and ridden ever since. TONS of ground work before that. W, T, C, backs, sidepasses, pivots with a little work. Naturally low, collected headset (see pics) . Great on trail rides, water, hills, mud, logs. When spooks she will freeze. Give her a chance to look and ask her to move on. Not "mareish" at all. Has moved 30 head cattle. Showed interest in them. Ties, loads, bathes, stands for farrier, longes, traffic / dog safe. Calm and sweet, loves people. Easy to catch. Goes back to Zippo Pine Bar and Poco Bueno so could go any direction. Could also breed her for that great dun color! Lots of dun on papers. Great horse, just looking for a horse more experienced with cattle and roping setting. E - mail for more pics or call.
About Hallam, NE
Hallam was platted in 1892 when the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad was extended to that point. The land was sold by Frederick Schneider, who was asked to name the village. However, Schneider's proposals were already names of towns in Nebraska, so the first landowner in the village, Jacob Schadd, was given the honor of naming the settlement. Schadd suggested Hallau, after his hometown in Switzerland. However, due to a transcription error at the post office, the name was recorded as Hallam rather than Hallau, similar to the error which altered Norfork, Nebraska, to Norfolk, Nebraska.