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Name
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Mare
Color
Chocolate
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2002
Country
United States
Views/Searches
653/42,126
Ad Status
Available
Price
$7,000

Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Long Lake, MN

Beautiful 13 year old chestnut mare! She was started as a reining horse and I bought her when she was eleven. She has been worked on cows, barrels, poles, and is amazing on the trails. Will be a great horse for beginners and above. She is bullet proof on trails and will do anything asked of her. She has excellent movement and will never hesitate to do what you want her too. She has been shown several time and won money in her reining career. Since then, she has been fantastic in team penning, overall games, cows, barrel racing and trails. I have gone to several cutting sessions with her and she loves cutting cows. I have taken her to several team pennings and her speed and agility and interest in cows allows it to be extremely fun for horse and rider!!! She is well behaved on and off the g
... more»round. She is a sweet horse and she beautifully holds her head and has excellent movement throughout her whole body. Really respondent to whatever you wish! She is even tempered and an overall joy to have in the barn! Only reason I am selling is to get more into the barrel racing world. I took her to a few barrel jackpots and she has won money in 4D! If interested in videos or pictures, contact me- mathiasspartan26@gmail.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8ziJYYee5k
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About Long Lake, MN

The first settlers arrived in Long Lake in early spring, 1855. This early contact in Long Lake did not result in settlement but rather this group of Nova Scotians came down Watertown Road, walked to the lake, looked across the lake and settled on the north side of the lake in what is now Orono. The first permanent settlement was established in May 1855 with the arrival of the Flemings and the George Knettles from Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. This first settlement was named Cumberland Town and consisted of a saw mill, general store and schoolhouse. The platted area Cumberland Addition can trace its roots to this early period.

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