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3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
15.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2002
United States
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Appendix Mare for Sale in Fort Wayne, IN

Name: DocsImpressiveGlamor (Oakuley) Breed: Appendix Quarter Horse Registered: Yes AQHA Height: 15 HH Color: True black Born: June 04, 2002 Location: Fort Wayne , Indiana Price: $1,000 HYPP N/N **PLEASE READ ENTIRE AD BEFORE ASKING A QUESTION! IF A QUESTION CAN BE ANSWERED IN THE AD I WILL NO REPLY TO YOU. PLEASE DO NOT WASTE MY TIME, SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY! THANK YOU** Meet Oakuley a beautiful true black quarter horse mare. This mare is a such a sweet, loveable, sane, level headed mare. Miss Oak has had one baby with me and was an amazing mother who passed on her calm level head onto her baby. I could not have asked for a better colt or a momma to take care of him. I am listing Oakuley as broodmare/light riding only. Oakuley has high ringbone and therefore can only h
... more»andle light riding. She would be a great addition to your breeding program or if you have children who just want to plod along at the walk she would do great! I do have x-rays on a CD for anyone to look at and you are more than willing to pay to have your own xrays and vet checks done on her. Oakuley is current on wormer, shots, teeth, and farrier work. This mare needs no special treatment other than bute here and there when needed. Since I found out about her high ringbone last October I have probably given her bute maybe 5 times. If you choose to purchase Oakuley I will be including with her.... her winter blanket, her fly sheet, her fly mask, her blanket bag, her stall name plate if you want it, and her halter. (no lead rope don't have one to spare since my son destroyed one so now im short on lead ropes). Can also send bute with her if you need it. Call Arlea at: 2607153151

About Fort Wayne, IN

Native Americans and New France [ edit ] This area at the confluence of rivers was long occupied by successive cultures of indigenous peoples. The Miami tribe established its settlement of Kekionga at the confluence of the Maumee, St. Joseph, and St. Marys rivers. It was the capital of the Miami nation and related Algonquian tribes.

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