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Your Dream Horse From English To Western

Name
Breed
Tennessee Walking
Gender
Mare
Color
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
14.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
1,073/17,185
Ad Status
Available
Price
$1,500

Tennessee Walking Mare for Sale in Rapid City, SD

Lady is a registered Tennessee Walker and is a rare coat color of sorrel roan. She is sweet horse and is for a experienced rider not a good horse for beginners. She is great for speed. Lady has been bred by previous owners and has threw rare coats. She has also been started on barrel and poles. She loves them she now's the patterns. When she lope's it feels like your riding on a cloud. When she jumps she glides with ease but once has refused a jump but that was first time ever jumping. Lady loves to please but can be a little speedy out in the pasture. She is just like human she has good days and bad. She is very beautiful mare you can ride her bareback or saddled with a bridle or halter. We have ridden her with a hackamore. She loves to be petted on. She is just a big puppy b
... more»ut in a good way she is your allround dream from english to western she does it. She is 13 but will act 3. Lady will keep on being better her value will not go down it will only go up Please call for more info and pics i might put a video of her. Call Emilee at 605 690 4064 or Text 678-894-0981

About Rapid City, SD

The public discovery of gold in 1874 by the Black Hills Expedition, led by George Armstrong Custer, brought a mass influx of European-American miners and eventual settlers into this region of the Dakota Territory. Rapid City was founded in 1876 by a group of unsuccessful miners trying to create other chances; they promoted their new city as the "Gateway to the Black Hills"; it was originally known as "Hay Camp." The "Gateway" nickname is shared by neighboring Box Elder. In February 1876 John Richard Brennan and Samuel Scott, with a small group of men, laid out the site of the present Rapid City. It was eventually named for the spring-fed Rapid Creek that flows through it. The land speculators measured off a square mile and designated the six blocks in the center as a business section.

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