Ms Royal Lena

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Name
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Mare
Color
Sorrel
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2014
Country
United States
Views/Searches
1,565/43,772
Ad Status
Available
Price
$6,000

Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Belle Fourche, SD

****VIDEO LINK**** Ms Royal Lena is a gorgeous 2014 AQHA registered mare. Josie, as she is called around the barn, has all the greats running thru her blood: Cutter Bill, Doc O Lena, Freckles Playboy, Peppy San Badger, Hollywood Gold, and Smart Little Lena...all traced in the bloodlines. Josie is going to make an outstanding horse, whether you want to go to the show ring or working cow horse or just a good solid mount. She was professionally started last summer and spent 90 days learning the basics, blazing trails, and winning at local horse shows. She also won earnings at the 2017 RQHBA 3 y/o futurity held at Besler's Cadillac Ranch. Josie has spent 90 days this summer at Justin Lawrence's ranch ridden by Gussie Keetch learning the ropes of a working cow horse, with some finishing
... more»training she will excel. Josie has a super sweet personality, she is very gentle but has "catlike" moves and is super athletic, smart and "cowy." She gets along with other horses, clips, loads, stands for the farrier, and has been hauled frequently. Owner is willing to assist with transport within reasonable distance. Serious inquiries only please. 605-393-5170 https://youtu.be/Li60Phvx4C4

About Belle Fourche, SD

Belle Fourche ( French for "beautiful fork") was named by French explorers coming from New France, referring to the confluence of what is now known as the Belle Fourche and Redwater Rivers and the Hay Creek. Beaver trappers worked these rivers until the mid-19th century, and Belle Fourche became a well known fur trading rendezvous point. During and after the gold rush of 1876, farmers and ranchers alike settled in the fertile valleys, growing food for the miners and their work animals. At the same time, the open plains for hundred of miles in all directions were being filled by huge herds of Texas and Kansas cattle. Towns sprang up to serve the ever-changing needs of the farmers and ranchers.

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