Mustang Mare for Adoption

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Mustang Mare for Adoption

Name
Crystol
Breed
Mustang
Gender
Mare
Color
Gray
Temperament
5 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
14.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2012
Country
United States
Views/Searches
1,565/22,594
Ad Status
Available
Price
$125

Mustang Mare for Sale in Carson City, NV

Cyrstol is an 8 yo BLM mare from the Fish Creek NV HMA She is about 14HH with a very sturdy build. Crystol is available for adoption from the BLM as a "Tame" mustang for only $125 to an approved adopter. Crystol's personality is difficult to describe. She will do everything I ask of her, she just needs to be convinced I mean what I'm asking first. She will halter, lead, load in the trailer and unload both backing out, (VERY sure footed) and turn around in the trailer and walk out forward. She picks up all 4 feet for cleaning. She will also bridle and take a snaffle bit. She gives to rein pressure to turn and is learning to back to the bit. She will back with pressure on her nose already. I have sacked her out with a saddle blanket and she is fine with it. We have started sacking
... more»with an empty plastic feed bag. Crystol is a very nice horse and ready to bond with her person. I feel she will be much more responsive with a person to bond with. She greets me each day at feeding time and is very curious when I am cleaning the corral. If you have always wanted a mustang but didn't want to deal with a wild horse, Cystol is the mare for you. If you would like to come meet Crystol, please email thru C/L or text to 8-zero-5, Two-3-five, 3-Eight-8-one. Crystol is currently in foster training in Carson City, NV

About Carson City, NV

The Washoe people have inhabited the valley and surrounding areas for about 6,000 years. The first European Americans to arrive in what is now known as Eagle Valley were John C. Frémont and his exploration party in January 1843. Fremont named the river flowing through the valley Carson River in honor of Kit Carson, the mountain man and scout he had hired for his expedition. Later, settlers named the area Washoe in reference to the indigenous people.

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