Sweet Solid-Bred Paint Filly!

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Sweet Solid-Bred Paint Filly!

3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
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Foal Date
January, 2013
United States
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Paint Mare for Sale in Fulton, MO

Piper is a beautiful January 2013 solid bred paint filly with a sweet temperament and a great attitude. She ties, cross ties, loads, clips, bathes, and leads like a pro with no problems, and stands perfectly for the farrier. She knows how to lunge and roundpen with voice commands for WTC and ground drives/ long lines nicely. She is used to and regularly wears a saddle, bridle, and harness parts (such as a surcingle, crupper, and breastplate, just to desensitize her). She has been desensitized to plastic bags, flapping saddle pads, ropes around her legs and walking next to roads. She is hardy and has lived outside in a field and is also comfortable being in a stall. She is easily caught in pasture, has a great hip and would make a nice reiner/barrel prospect, or ranch horse. She has also s
... more»hown promise with jumping and could make a cute hunter with training over fences. Currently she is registered APHA but is eligible for AQHA as well as her sire is a registered QH. She is UTD on all vaccinations, has her coggins, just got her feet done a week ago, and is on a rotational worming schedule. A total sweetheart, she has a lot of promise. (First two pictures from September, she has grown a little since then, will send more pictures upon request)

About Fulton, MO

The first settlement in the county was 1808 at Cote Sans Dessein along the Missouri River. Early leaders considered the territory between Wainwright and Tebbetts for the first Missouri state capital. Callaway County was organized in 1830 and was named after Captain James Callaway, who was killed by Indians. Elizabeth became the first county seat. Many of the villages and towns in the county today represent places where railroad stations existed in early years.

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