Well Broke 2005 AQHA Mare

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Quarter Horse
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
15.0 hh
Foal Date
United States
Ad Status

Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Hortonville, WI

Sassy is a well broke (professionally trained) quarter horse. She has also just finished 30 days of Prof. barrel training. First 4 photos are of Sassy at her first show since training (7 / 10 / 11) , she did fantastic! Sass is an energetic (not "hot headed") girl who loves to work and gets excited about the barrel pattern. She is a great riding horse! She has the speed and the athletic ability to do barrels or other speed events. Works great in an indoor and outdoor arena. Would need a few more miles on the trail to gain confidence in all the new surroundings out there. Although she is very aware of her surroundings she has not bolted, bucked, kicked, reared while riding or in new situations. Listens well to voice and leg commands, w / t / c wonderfully (very smooth) , backs, fl
... more»exes, picks up correct lead in both directions, very soft mouth. Was also shown in halter and lunge line, so she is a lunging pro. Stands great for grooming, tacking, mounting, dismounting, farrier, chiro work with vet. This girl is up to date on everything! Feet (never needed shoes, really hard feet) , Teeth 6 / 7 / 11, Chiro work 6 / 3 / 11, spring shots, coggins. She has also been hauled to a couple shows this year before barrel training and did great riding around to get used to the surroundings. Sassy has always had the best of care and will only go to a good home. She is a horse that offers a lot to the right person - gorgeous looks, great conformation, and a willing attitude and work ethic. Please call to come try her out or with any questions. I am willing to lease Sassy on - site to the right person as well. 920-585-4***2

About Hortonville, WI

In 1848, a man by the name of Alonzo Horton purchased 1,500 acres from the governor of Wisconsin, now known as the Town of Hortonia and the Village of Hortonville, for only 70 cents per acre. The first thing Horton did was build a cabin; by damming the Black Otter Creek, which created the 75-acre (300,000 m 2) Black Otter Lake. After laying out a plat for the community by buying land and platting it off in 1849, Horton was swayed westward by the California Gold Rush. He later developed the city of San Diego, California. On August 11, 1894, the settlement was incorporated as the Village of Hortonville.

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