4 YO AQHA Halter Mare Sire Ikon

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Name
Infinity Ikon
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Mare
Color
Chestnut
Temperament
2 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
AQHA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
February, 2015
Country
United States
Views/Searches
378/10,288
Ad Status
Available
Price
$6,500

Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Live Oak, FL

This Four year old mare is by Ikon and out of World Champion mare BR Infinity. "Lola" has great bone structure, deep heart girth, exceptional feet and legs with a lot of substance She has her open ROM and was last shown in December 2017 with Three Grands and Three Reserves in Open. She is really starting to mature and come into her own. She has a great show career ahead of her and has all of the qualities that go into a desirable broodmare after you are finished showing her. She is kind and easy to get along with. She is under lights and has been cycling so could be bred. She is HYPP N/H and negative on the rest of the 5 panel tests. The show pen pictures were taken in December, 2017 you can see that she cleans up very nicely! This mare gets better every day! Show Record: Open Halter R
... more»OM, Select World Show finalist 2YO Halter Mare, 16.5 Open, 4.5 Amateur Halter points. Stands 15.3, Fit and ready for the show pen. Reason for selling, Have too many Halter Horses. These Pictures is from 2017, Will update current picture soon. Please email for more information. Price can be Negotiable.. HYPP: NH With no issues.
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About Live Oak, FL

Built along the Pensacola & Georgia Railroad in or prior to 1861, Live Oak was named for a tree under which railroad workers rested and ate lunch. When a railroad depot was built nearby, the small community that sprung up around it was called “Live Oak Station” (first mentioned in records in 1861). The tree was located where the now-present Pepe's Mexican Grocery on U.S. 90 is located. During the Civil War, the Pensacola & Georgia Railroad served as a vital route for parts of North Florida, and earthworks were built where it crossed the Suwannee River west of Live Oak to deter Union attacks; these earthworks still exist as part of the Suwannee River State Park, one of Florida's first State parks.

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