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Morgan Mare for Sale in Wichita, KS
Today I'm selling my register Morgan mare. She's 15 hands, and 14 years old. Her sire is "GREENBACK MASTERCOPY" and her dam is "JLK INDIGO" She is registered through the American Morgan Horse association, and I have all her current papers. She also just had her cogins this last summer. Her registered name is "EMB Template" and the name she calls by on a day to day basis is "Temple". Also her color is chestnut She has been frequently rode and maintained, I currently keep her at a small farm with quite a few other horses. She has a great temperament and get's along with almost anything. She is trained in Western and English, and can neck rein and she knows the basics of sliding stops and spins. She's a bullet proof mare used in horse clinics and has had kids on her many times. During thi
... more»s last summer she was rode almost every other day, we took her swimming and trail rides almost every time, and was perfect for all of it. She's definitely a people horse, once you buy her attention with a couple of treats she's sure to be your best friend. Like I said before she is completely bullet proof/solid. I've rode her in parades, and she was perfectly fine with all the noise and people, I've rode her up in down busy streets and she was fine with all the cars driving by. She was originally purchased as a family horse but none of my siblings besides my self ever took a liking to riding. Unfortunately because owning a horse is very costly I am having to sell her, also because I am at a age where I am ready to move around a bit and have some adventures but owning a horse will kinda make that difficult. She's looking for a good family to go to, must have plenty of room to run and shelter for when the weather gets nasty. She will make a great kids horse because of her temperament and lay back attitude. If you have any questions or would like to see some video of her being rode, then just email me and we can go from there.
About Wichita, KS
Archaeological evidence indicates human habitation near the confluence of the Arkansas and Little Arkansas Rivers, the site of present-day Wichita, as early as 3000 B.C. In 1541, a Spanish expedition led by explorer Francisco Vázquez de Coronado found the area populated by the Quivira, or Wichita, people. Conflict with the Osage in the 1750s drove the Wichita further south. Prior to European settlement of the region, the site was in the territory of the Kiowa. Claimed first by France as part of Louisiana and later acquired by the United States with the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, it became part of Kansas Territory in 1854 and then the state of Kansas in 1861.