Miss Kitty Perry

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Name
Perry
Breed
Paint
Gender
Mare
Color
Tobiano
Temperament
5 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
APHA
Reg Number
1031600
Height
15.3 hh
Foal Date
April, 2013
Country
United States
Views/Searches
773/40,166
Ad Status
Unaviable
Price
$5,500

Paint Mare for Sale in Santa Anna, TX

Miss Kitty Perry AKA Perry is a APHA registered 2013 model bay tobiano mare. Perry stands approximately 15.3-16 hands and weighs 1200 lbs. Perry spent 45 days at a trainer a few years ago but has been out to pasture since then. Perry is sired by Four Six Jess, AQHA Race SI-91/AAA/ROM, 13-1-3-0, $9,265, (Mr Jess Perry X Dashing Folly – First Down Dash) out of Miss Cisco Kitty (SuchAnImage X Arrivals Home – Partner’s Hope). A little background on SuchAnImage: SI-103, 1998 Champion Running 3 YO colt, APHA Champion, WINNER PSBA DERBY Remington Park APHA racing points 44 Winner of $29,659 in 16 races SI 103 16 5-1-2 $29.659.83. Perry has the conformation, color, size and speed to get you noticed no matter if you compete on her or breed her. Perry has not been 5 panel tested but hair can b
... more»e pulled at buyers’ expense. Perry is heterozygous black, and her agouti status is unknown. Her mother is a tobiano, so Perry is heterozygous tobiano. Perry is currently being refreshed on the ground and will have saddle time if she doesn’t sell quickly. Perry can also walk in the hot walker. Perry does not act “mareish”, but she does have a big personality. Perry needs an experienced rider who can show her the ropes. This mare has the mind and size to run barrels, rope, jump, or even train in dressage. I have videos of Perry walking and trotting on a lunge line available upon request. APHA papers are in hand and dam is on site and available for viewing. Perry is priced at $5,500 OBO and is located in Santa Anna, Texas. Please private message me or text me at 469-338-6642 with any questions.

About Santa Anna, TX

The twin mesas in central Coleman County have always been a landmark. One of the earliest maps of Texas shows a mountain near the center of the state with the notation, "Santa Anna's Peaks." The mountain and later the town were named for the Comanche war chief Santanna, or Santa Anna. Texas Rangers camped at the foot of the mountain long before the area was settled. Cattle drives from South Texas to the northern markets passed through the gap in the mountain along a military road. This road helped supply the outpost forts along the Texas Forts Trail.

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