Beautiful AND Talented BAY Mare

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Beautiful AND Talented BAY Mare

Name
Breed
Paint
Gender
Mare
Color
Bay
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
16.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2010
Country
United States
Views/Searches
332/14,358
Ad Status
Available
Price
$5,500

Paint Mare for Sale in Pleasant Grove, UT

Being offered for your consideration. QUICKSTREAKINCHEYENNE is a four year old APHA with a ton of potential! She has the breeding to run, the movement for a pleasure/hunter under saddle horse and the agility to be a hunter jumper. "Maisie" is a sweet girl who loves people and is beyond gorgeous. She has a "in your pocket" attitude and is willing to learn. She's had about 120 days between her 2-3 year old year and about 120 days by me and 80 days with a world champion pleasure horse trainer. Her long trot and slow jog is to die for and her lope is coming along quickly. I hate to see this mare go, but I will be off to school soon and unfortunately have to sell her. Videos of this beautiful mare are available upon request. Maisie loads into the trailer, stands tied, is good for the farrier, w
... more»ill let you bathe and clip her. She's easy to saddle and bridle. She's smooth to ride and easy to get along with. Maisie is not for in-experienced riders. She does require a knowledgeable rider who is willing to work with her. She is not finished but it wouldn't take much more to get her there. Maisie will work for experienced riders. She has been shown in walk-trot classes against breed show horses multiple times, she has been the high point winner twice and reserve high point the other two times. Maisie will excel in everything. She's the same horse in the practice/training arena as she is in the show arena. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VvGEzizG5ws Call or text me for more info. Serious inquires only. Maisie is eligible for the panorama futurity.

About Pleasant Grove, UT

On July 19, 1850, William H. Adams, John Mercer and Philo T. Farnsworth, Mormon pioneers sent by Brigham Young, arrived at the area now known as Pleasant Grove and staked out farms in what is now the southwest corner of the city. A small community was established September 13, 1850, consisting of George S. Clark and his wife, Susannah Dalley Clark, Richard and Ann Elizabeth Sheffer Clark, John Greenleaf Holman and Nancy Clark Holman, Lewis Harvey and his wife Lucinda Clark Harvey, Johnathan Harvey and Sarah Herbert Harvey, Charles Price and wife and child, Widow Harriet Marler and children, John Wilson, Ezekiel Holman, and possibly one or two others, relatives of those mentioned.

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