Athletic Young Mare

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3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
16.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2009
United States
Ad Status

Oldenburg Mare for Sale in Walden, NY

Bella is a 16.2 hand bay 2009 mare who is ready to go to work. She was lightly backed 3 years ago but due to a busy schedule I was not able to keep her in work, or get her back into work as I hoped. My plan was to keep her as my private horse and get back into competing in the jumper ring, she is a good eventing prospect as well. She is a very athletic and interested jumper, she has done some jumping in a chute. She has not been in a regular work schedule for some time so she does need some work getting back into the swing of things. I have all the paper work needed to register her, I just have not done it. Bella would also make a good brood mare prospect for a sport horse breeder. You can see more information on her sire here: I would l
... more»ike to see this mare get the chance to do the job she was born to do, so all reasonable offers will be considered.

About Walden, NY

The area around present-day Walden was purchased in 1736 by Alexander Kidd, and settlers of Scots-Irish, English and German descent started arriving not long afterwards. It was the first settlement west of the Wallkill River, known at the time as Kidd's Town. In the 1820s, a successful New York shipper named Jacob Walden convinced some of his business partners to finance the construction of woolen mills on the river, attracted by the Great Falls as a source of power and the railroad connections at nearby Maybrook. He dammed the Wallkill above the falls, creating a power station that remains in use today, and his mill was a success. Other wool-makers followed as the Industrial Revolution picked up steam and the growing population center became known instead as Walden's Mills.

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