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Name
Breed
Arabian
Gender
Mare
Color
Gray
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
14.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
114/2,081
Ad Status
Available
Price
$1

Arabian Mare for Sale in Warren, PA

Alina has been ridden once or twice, several years ago. She is very insecure, and lacks confidence. She free jumps with ease and is a beautiful girl to watch in motion. Alina would be a tremendous choice for someone who is studying to be a Parelli instructor. She is intelligent & curious. Alina will need schooled from the ground up. She's very green and available only to a knowledgeable handler. She is sound, and is best suited to a home with either a doting human to bond with, or just one other horse (the other horse being dominant) . She moves beautifully, and can be a great trail or pleasure horse again with the appropriate time in school. RESPONDS TO: Voice, some pressure. Has not been schooled to date. RIDER / HANDLER EXPERIENCE LEVEL: Advanced. POTENTIAL DIS
... more»CIPLINES: Pleasure, Trails, whatever she'd like. Alina's placement fee is a donation to our organization

About Warren, PA

Warren was initially inhabited by Native Americans of the Seneca nation. French explorers had longstanding claims to the area which they acted to secure in an unambiguous fashion with a military-Amerindian expedition in 1749 that buried a succession of plaques claiming the territory as France's in response to the formation of the colonial Ohio Company—and the first of these was buried in Warren but ultimately control was transferred to the British after the French and Indian War. After the Revolutionary War, General William Irvine and Andrew Ellicott were sent to the area to lay out a town in 1795. It was named after Major General Joseph Warren. The first permanent structure in Warren, a storehouse built by the Holland Land Company, was completed in 1796.

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