11 Year old Registered Paint Mare

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Name
Breed
Paint
Gender
Mare
Color
Sorrel
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2004
Country
United States
Views/Searches
733/17,053
Ad Status
Available
Price
$4,000

Paint Mare for Sale in Olympia, WA

11 year old 15 hand registered paint sorrel mare for sale. Justare has been in parades, rodeo grand entries, carried flags, trail rides, trail competitions, practice sorting, drill team competition, and some gaming events. She needs an intermediate to advanced rider as she is a very forward horse (not hyper, just ready to go do something. She wants a job to do and is very willing to try anything. . You want a horse that you can hop on and ride all day long, she is your type of horse. She is great riding around other horses. At trail riding you can use her to create new trails as she has no problem breaking through brush. She doesnt mind if she is in the front, middle or back of the pack either. She was used in drill competition last year for the first time. Justare is not afraid of cattle
... more»and with her willingness to go all day, would be great at ranch work and may make a good roping prospect. With her great bloodlines and her stocky build, would make a nice broodmare. Loads, bathes, shoes, is sound, and utd on vaccines. Her only vice is that she does not like clippers (no issues with scissors) and will dance around at the trailer if she is traveled with another horse and left at the trailer alone. Serious inquiries only please.
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About Olympia, WA

The site of Olympia has been home to Lushootseed-speaking peoples known as the Steh-Chass (or Stehchass; who became part of the post-treaty Squaxin Island Tribe) for thousands of years. Other Native Americans regularly visited the head of Budd Inlet and the Steh-Chass including the other ancestor tribes of the Squaxin, as well as the Nisqually, Puyallup, Chehalis, Suquamish, and Duwamish. The first recorded Europeans came to Olympia in 1792. Peter Puget and a crew from the British Vancouver Expedition are said to have explored the site, but neither recorded any encounters with the resident Indigenous population here. In 1846, Edmund Sylvester and Levi Smith jointly claimed the land that is now downtown Olympia.

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