6yr old Palomino QH Mare

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6yr old Palomino QH Mare

Name
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Mare
Color
Palomino
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
600/23,838
Ad Status
Available
Price
$4,500

Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Staten Island, NY

Lola is a 6 year old 15. 2 mare. She is double registered with palamino and aqha. She is sweet willing and child friendly. She has been shown at rated and local shows and is always in the top ribbons. She has had professional training and is in a steady riding program. English and western She would suit young riders from short stirrup to mid greens. Besides being a fancy gal Lola loves her trail rides and is traffic safe . Good with deer and moving objects in the woods. For more information on Lola please call or email. Pics and videos available upon request. please no trainers or lesson programs - Price neg to right home.

About Staten Island, NY

During the Paleozoic Era, the tectonic plate containing the continent of Laurentia and the plate containing the continent of Gondwanaland were converging, the Iapetus Ocean that separated the two continents gradually closed, and the resulting collision between the plates formed the Appalachian Mountains. During the early stages of this mountain building known as the Taconic orogeny, a piece of ocean crust from the Iapetus Ocean broke off and became incorporated into the collision zone and now forms the oldest bedrock strata of Staten Island, the serpentinite. This strata of the Lower Paleozoic (approximately 430 million years old) consists predominantly of the serpentine minerals, antigorite, chrysotile, and lizardite; it also contains asbestos and talc. At the end of the Paleozoic era (248 million years ago) all major continental masses were joined into the supercontinent of Pangaea. The Palisades Sill has been designated a National Natural Landmark, being "the best example of a thick diabase sill in the United States." It underlies a portion of northwest Staten Island, with a visible outcropping in Travis, off Travis Road in the William T.

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