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Paint Mare for Sale in Hastings, MN
5 year old, Paint Horse, Mare GAMER!! BARRELS!! SPEED DASH!! ENDURANCE!! JUST FOR FUN RUN!! Lease option available. Very long stride, flat kneed in her gaits, can really move out. Tons of go!! Knows the difference between canter and gallop. Started in reining, does well at lateral work and moving off your legs (reins are more for speed control with her) . Loads of experience on the trails (prefers to be able to move out, and get some where) . Rode in the Rockie mountains nearly every other weekend since she was 2 years old up to last year when I moved back to MN. Not afraid of anything!! Has been out fox (coyote) hunting, she loves it!! You can do anything to her, stands great for the vet, farrier, anyone really. A dream to load and unload and trailer. She has had many cro
... more»ss country trips. stands tied. She would be great at endurance. This horse can go for miles and then wants to go back out and work some more. She is always ready to work looking for the next job to do!! Huge heart. Wants to work for you!! Has been ridden in western / english / bareback / aussie saddle really anything you want. No vices, up to date on shots / coggins / teeth, she is all ready to go for you! http: / / www. allbreedpedigree. com / calls+for+a+shot+of+gin
About Hastings, MN
The area around Hastings was first settled by a military detachment sent from Fort Snelling to guard a blocked shipment of supplies in the winter of 1820. A Lieutenant William G. Oliver camped in an area that would come to be known as Oliver's Grove, and in 1833 a trading post was opened there. After the Treaty of Mendota of 1851 opened the area for white settlement, Oliver's Grove was surveyed and incorporated as a city in 1857, a year before Minnesota's admission to the union. That same year Hastings was named the county seat of Dakota County.