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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Roseville, OH
Blue kids precious (legacy) is a registered 6 yr old quarter horse mare. Haven't had a stick to her yet but she's around 15.2. She's built like a tank an these pictures don't do her justice. Needs an intermediate or experienced rider. I bought her a few years ago and me and her just don't click, she's moves really nice and she's super fast but she's gets excited and doesn't want to stop when she runs. She wants to go a lot to and is sometimes hard to control when running. We bought her as a barrel horse but I can't get her to turn tight enough for me and I haven't worked with her on the pattern like I should've been but I took her to fair she turned super wide but still got a 20, she also placed 3rd in down n' back an she's never ran it before. She'll cross water an go where's she's told.
... more» But for sure needs an confident rider that knows how to handle horses. Her ground manners are excellent and she's a big puppy dog. She's stands pretty well for the vet an farrier. I always carry a bucket of feed when I go to catch her an she used to be hard to catch but hasn't for a while now. Only selling to a good home where I know she'll get lots of love. Text or call (740)562-3300 me for more info.Thanks!
About Roseville, OH
Roseville was laid out in 1812 by Ezekiel Rose. It was initially named New Milford, but the name had been changed to Roseville by the time a post office was applied for in 1830. By 1833, Roseville had a gristmill and saw mill. Roseville was incorporated in 1840, with Dr. James Little elected as the first mayor.