5 Year old Gentle Superstar!

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Name
Easy
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Mare
Color
Sorrel
Temperament
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
USEF/USHJA
Reg Number
5506713
Height
14.0 hh
Foal Date
March, 2015
Country
United States
Views/Searches
4,255/109,523
Ad Status
Available
Price
$6,000

Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Palmer, AK

Easy is now 5 years old, 14.0hh, Sorrel mare with a star. A 5th generation Doc Bar unregistered Quarter Horse and registered for life with USEF/USHJA as Easy Come Easy Whoa, her number is 5506713. My first year with her I started her undersaddle and she was so good I entered her in a few english pleasure and Halter classes. That same year she was the year end Reserve Champion in Mares at Halter and 3rd for English Pleasure, her first year! She is easy going and independent. A dependable trail horse whether she's solo or in a group ride. An easy keeper with no bad habits or vices, she's well mannered, cooperates for the vet, stands for the farrier, trailers like a pro, you would think that she has a lifetime experience she's so bombproof; nothing rattles this little gal. She could care le
... more»ss if she's left in the barn/pasture by herself; doesn't matter to her if she is the last one to go out or be brought in. Easy is quiet and personable, and very easy to fall in love with. Great conformation and athletic to say the least. She could go in any direction: trail, ranch versatility, barrels, cutting, reining, jumping, showmanship, carting/driving, and so on. A special and gentle pony ready for her next step. Her value will only continue to rise as rocketship speeds as she is quick and eager to learn and of course just all around easy!

About Palmer, AK

The first people to live in the Matanuska Valley, where Palmer is located, were the Dena'ina and Ahtna Athabaskans. They moved throughout the area, living a subsistence lifestyle and trading with other native groups. Their trade routes were along the Matanuska River. Russians came to Alaska in 1741 and brought the Russian Orthodox religious tradition to the indigenous peoples of the region. In the early 1890s, an entrepreneur named George W.

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