All Around 6Year old Pony

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Quarter Pony
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
13.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2010
United States
Ad Status

Quarter Pony Mare for Sale in Cambridge Springs, PA

HR Dry N April, aka baby sparkles is a 6 year old 13.2 registered IQPA pony. GREAT all around pony. No rear, Buck, kick, etc. she does get a little excited at the gate but a little check and she calms down. She Clips, bathes, loads, ties, rides double, rides bareback, etc. has a great whoa. she trail rides alone or with others. GREAT with kids! Is doing great in barrels just needs more hauling. She runs barefoot and in a tender touch bit. This little girl has a wonderful personality! She is very sweet and easy to handle. Would make a great Step up for a youth looking for more speed. Is running 2D times at our local arena. With more hauling could be in the 1D. This little girl could take someone places. She is running 2-d times in poles and getting faster each time I run her. She has done g
... more»rand entry and goat tying. Has been to Waterford fair and Albion fair and did great. I Have thrown a rope off of her and she couldn't have a care in the world about it swinging above her head. Anyone can ride her. I have had kids jump on her without stirrups and she was very gentle with them. She could go in any discipline. She has done some small jumping. She got reserve champion of the world in the Quarter Pony Association online halter class. She is 4th overall in the world for points in quarter pony association. Was not started under saddle until she was (late 4) and has not been rode hard. She is not afraid of cows or dogs. She could go in any discipline you want. She is a Very quick and willing learner. She could make a really cute hunter pony Or even a lesson pony. I Can't find anything bad to say about her. She has been blanketed all winter and ready to go. Asking $5,500. Would consider payments as long as she is kept at my barn until fully payed off.

About Cambridge Springs, PA

The village of Cambridge was settled in 1822 and was named for the town of Cambridge, Massachusetts. It was incorporated into the borough of Cambridgeboro on April 3, 1866. In the late 19th century, Cambridgeboro was known for its mineral springs. The discovery of the springs eventually led to renaming the borough to Cambridge Springs on April 1, 1897. It was a resort town featuring a variety of hotels including the Rider Hotel, which burned down in 1931.

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