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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Escanaba, MI
***Update*** I found out that she was not socialized much in the last few years. I’m thinking this was the biting problem. Since working with her and socializing her more with us she had gotten better with the bite and kick. She has not offered to do either in the last week. Looking to rehome this 25 yr old companion quarter horse mare. She stands 15.3 hh and is built solid. She is a bossy mare and HAS offered to bite me. She has also kicked out at me while trying to tape her for height. I acquired her from her previous owner who is having health problems and could not take care of her any longer. She is top of the pecking order. I have rode her and she rides very nicely I’m the arena or paddock. She has not been trail rode. I did take her out once and she was ok. I did have to han
... more»d walk her a few times. She plow reins and moves off of leg pressure. Has a great whoa. Her only issues are the biting and kicking. She is located 10 west of Escanaba. Email me for more information. Tracidunlap3@gmail.com
About Escanaba, MI
Escanaba was the name of an Ojibwa village in this area in the early 19th century. The Ojibwa are one of the Anishinaabe, Algonquian-speaking tribes who settled and flourished around the Great Lakes. The word "Escanaba" roughly translates from Ojibwe and other regional Algonquian languages to "land of the red buck", although some people maintain that it refers to "flat rock". As a European-American settlement, Escanaba was founded in 1863 as a port town by surveyor Eli P. Royce.