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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Malvern, AR
She was bought for my husband who is an inexperienced rider. Not long after buying her we found out we were expecting a baby. He then stopped riding because I couldn't be out there to teach him how to handle her. Aly did not give us any problems when we bought her, but now that she hasn't been given any attention or rode, she may need a little work getting back on her. The guy we bought her from said he would trail ride her, has hunted off her and has actually rode her to Sonic and ordered off her. Aly is very smart and is ready to be taught anything you want her to do. She would make someone a really good horse that has time for her. Loads and bathe's with no problems. questions please feel free to e - mail, call or text me.
About Malvern, AR
Named after Malvern Hill, Virginia, Malvern was founded in 1870 by the Cairo and Fulton Railroad as a city site 21 miles (34 km) southeast of Hot Springs. On October 15, 1878, Malvern officially became the county seat of Hot Spring County. The original inhabitants of the county were Native Americans, trappers, hunters, and farmers. The Hot Springs Railroad, often referred to as the Diamond Jo line, was established as a narrow-gauge railroad by Chicago businessman Joseph Reynolds in 1874. Reynolds began building the Hot Springs Railroad, which extends northwest from Malvern Junction, a station on the Cairo & Fulton, to Hot Springs, after he had endured unsatisfactory stagecoach rides to the latter city.