Warm Blood Mare

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Name
Breed
Warmblood
Gender
Mare
Color
Chestnut
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2004
Country
United States
Views/Searches
1,884/69,747
Ad Status
Available
Price
$4,500

Warmblood Mare for Sale in Buckeye, AZ

Delle is an outstanding 13-year-old Warm Blood mare. Her sire was an exceptional old type Warm Blood Hanoverian stallion, registered in Germany and from the Selle, but was not registered in the US, you can see a copy the stallions papers in the video. Her dam was an old type Morgan from the Government bred lines, you can see her papers at allbreed.com her name was Sasabe. She was also a very useful horse that was ridden extensively on the trials. Delle was well started as a 4-5 year old and then used for occasional trial riding for the last eight years. She had excellent professional training by Alan and Leigh Weber at Joy Ranch, then sent out for trail riding training with Seth Bradford which she loved and continues to excel at. Due to her large size she can carry a larger person. She i
... more»s very personable. She does best when worked regularly and if she is laid up for several weeks or more she does need some round penning or lungeing to get her energy out, nothing out of the ordinary but good horsemanship. Her ground manners are excellent, she stands well for the shoer, clips easily, ties well, lunges and round pens well. Price reduced to four thousand five hundred dollars she really has had a lot of training and I have been riding and ponying for the last two months she is starting to move off of my foot pretty good and really has a good future contact Kevin @602 376 8599 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wndAMnRsI7w
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About Buckeye, AZ

Early settler Malie M. Jackson developed 10 miles (16 km) of the Buckeye Canal from 1884 to 1886, which he named after his home state of Ohio's moniker, "The Buckeye State". The town was founded in 1888 and originally named " Sidney", after Jackson's home town in Ohio. However, because of the significance of the canal, the town became known as Buckeye. The name was legally changed to Buckeye in 1910.

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