Great Grand-Daughter Of Poco Lena

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Great Grand-Daughter Of Poco Lena

Quarter Horse
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
15.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2001
United States
Ad Status

Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Altoona, PA

Horse Skills,Disciplines,Attributes: Halter (Produced Money/Point Earner) Notes: Hello, my name is Mahoganys Dry Smoke. I'm known as Sparkles around my barn because of my Diva personality. I go both English and Western, but I love to be on the trails. I've also done some time in the Halter show ring and have been very successful! My family goes all the way back to Poco Lena and has ties to top AQHA Cutting horses. I love kids and aim to please. I was leased to a beginner who has shown me in flat to crossrails. We've even placed in the crossrail class. I love my farrier and my vet, they keep me healthy and happy! I love being clipped and walk right onto trailers. I'm brave and curious, but I'll do anything to make you happy. I'm looking for a home with someone who will do more trail classe
... more»s or wants a good Halter horse. My mom wants to jump and while I want to please her my heart just isn't into it.

About Altoona, PA

Altoona was founded by the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) in 1849 as the site for a shop and maintenance complex. Altoona was incorporated as a borough on February 6, 1854, and as a city under legislation approved on April 3, 1867, and February 8, 1868. One explanation of the city's name is that the word "Altoona" is a derivative of the Latin word altus, meaning "high". This explanation is contradicted by Pennsylvania Place Names. Although Altoona, in Blair Country, is popularly known as "the Mountain City", its name has no direct or indirect etymological relation to the Latin adjective Altus, signifying "elevated, lofty." Two very different explanations of the origin of this name are current.

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