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Holsteiner Mare for Sale in Grand Rapids, MI
Anusara (Registered under the name ULALA) is a spayed Holsteiner mare standing at 15.3hh born on June 13th 2004 (11 years old). Her beautiful chrome markings make her catch your eye right off the bat. Three balanced gaits, all lateral work comes very easily to this very supple mare. Anusara is a horse that has the energy and willingness to perform everything you ask of her. Showing currently at 2nd level and jumping 3ft6 at home. Anusara would make an excellent Jumper horse with the speed and accuracy to win any jump off. She will lock onto the jump you point her at and clear it with ease. This mare is a handy jumper. Anuara needs a rider with a balanced seat. She has been ridden by all ages in dressage lessons, jumping lessons and seat lessons. This mare is very sound with solid
... more»warmblood feet (currently barefoot). Forward thinking, great work ethic, travels, clips, bathes, No Vices. Located in Grand Rapids, MI Lifetime USDF and USEF registry. Registered with The American Holsteiner Horse Association Inc. Sire: Rantares Dam: FS Liberty Belle Show Record: First event was Beginner Novice =1st Place (adult amateur student rider) Novice Events = Shown in multiple events with her owner Kathy – always placed Training through 2nd level Dressage = consistently score in the 60’s and low 70’s Year-end Champions & Reserve Champions for 1st and 2nd Level Dressage Owned by Kathy Walters Contact Madison Collier if interested 1(513)262-6859 (may call or text) or email at Collier.email@example.com
About Grand Rapids, MI
For thousands of years, succeeding cultures of indigenous peoples occupied the area. Over 2000 years ago, people associated with the Hopewell culture occupied the Grand River Valley. Later, a tribe from the Ottawa River traveled to the Grand River valley, fighting three battles with the Prairie Indians who were established in the area. The tribe later split, with the Chippewas settling in the northern lower peninsula, the Pottawatomies staying south of the Kalamazoo River and the Ottawa staying in central Michigan. By the late 1600s, the Ottawa, who occupied territory around the Great Lakes and spoke one of the numerous Algonquian languages, moved into the Grand Rapids area and founded several villages along the Grand River.