Mirage - Sweet & Loving Polish ArabNext Ad »
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Arabian Stallion for Sale in Menifee, CA
MIRAGE is a beautiful ex - showhorse. We have no access to his papers but were told that at one time he was quite successful in the showring. . Unfortunately, Mirage suffered injury and damage to his left eye several years ago bringing an end to his career but the eye is not unsisghtly to look at and he still goes just fine on trail. . . MIRAGE NOW JUST WANTS A FAMILY TO LOVE HIM! He's a total sweetheart with an adorable personality. . . . MIRAGE WOULD MAKE AN AWESOME NORCO NEIGHBORHOOD TRAIL HORSE OR A GREAT LESSON HORSE WHERE HE WOULD BE VERY CONDFIDENT IN THE RING. . . . PLEASE THINK ABOUT THIS SPECIAL HORSE HE WOULD MAKE A WONDERFUL ADDITION TO YOUR FAMILY AS A SHARED FAMILY HORSE OR YOUTH HORSE (14 and up?) (MIRAGE is of average temperment but I find that most horses b
... more»ehave better for small children if they are also ridden by adults. . . as a horse handled only by smaller or timid children can sometimes get a little ornery! WILL ACCEPT OFFERS - TO GOOD HOME ONLY * 951-234- 1077 * (Mirage is healthy and sound)
About Menifee, CA
The area was originally inhabited by the Luiseño people, specifically the Pechanga band. In the 18th century, the area fell under Spanish rule and was ceded by Mexico to the United States in 1850 as a result of the Mexican–American War. Farming, which began in the mid-19th century, was concentrated in the Menifee area. Mining began in the early 1880s with the discovery of a significant quartz lode by miner Luther Menifee Wilson, from whom Menifee derived its name. Early development of the Menifee area began with Sun City in the early 1960s, conceptualized as an active retirement community by Del Webb, a building contractor from Phoenix, Arizona.