Beautiful APHA Mare

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Beautiful APHA Mare

Name
Breed
Paint
Gender
Mare
Color
Bay Overo
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
14.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2007
Country
United States
Views/Searches
1,400/26,104
Ad Status
Unaviable
Price
$3,800

Paint Mare for Sale in Chester, VT

14.3hh, 8 year old western broke bay overo APHA mare. Bombproof trail horse, goes out alone and in groups, will lead or follow. Rides over/through anything. Rides up the highway, with planes flying around her, with dogs etc. Doesn't even mind when dogs run into her legs. For an expirienced rider only as she has so many buttons and is so sensitive and responsive. 100% sound. UTD on shots and coggins. Good for vet and farrier. Neck reins, backs, side passes, turns on the haunches and forehand. Clips, loads and trailers well and stands to be bathed. Has done penning and been in the money many times with her previous owner. Also previously done some showing, parades, overnight camping, benefit rides, and had some reining training. Very smart and willing to learn. Very conformationally correct,
... more» big feet, clean legs. Great pedigree including Skipper W, Three Bars, King, Peter McCue, Sugar Bars, Joe Hancock, and Blackburn. We have recently bought this mare as a gymkhana prospect since she's so agile and quick on her feet, but she doesn't like a ton of leg pressure (which is how I hold on when doing gymkhana), so she isn't the right fit for what I want. Will be competing her soon and doing cow work. Videos available upon request.

About Chester, VT

The town was originally chartered by New Hampshire Governor Benning Wentworth as Flamstead in 1754. The terms of the charter were not met and the town was re-chartered as New Flamstead in 1761. In 1766, a patent was issued by New York that changed the name of the town to Chester, after George Augustus Frederick, the Earl of Chester and the eldest son of King George III. Later, the governing authority of Chester reverted to the 1761 charter by an act of the Vermont legislature, although it left the name "Chester" in place. 2011 was thus the 250th anniversary of the town.

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