Very Sweet 4 Year Old Mare

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Very Sweet 4 Year Old Mare

Name
Astrid
Breed
Quarab
Gender
Mare
Color
Sorrel
Temperament
2 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
14.2 hh
Foal Date
April, 2016
Country
United States
Views/Searches
718/33,554
Ad Status
Available
Price
$3,500

Quarab Mare for Sale in Dayton, TX

Astrid is a 4 year old Mare. Non registered. She was a rescue and has had 2 months of training on her so far. She's very sweet and smart. No bad habits at all, no buck, bite, kick, bolt, spook or rear. She loads, stands for farrier, loves baths. She's not scared of anything and very sane and sound. She's a Arabian and TB cross so I'm told from the people I rescued her from. She's not pushy or stubborn. She can yeild fronts and hinds, nice back and side pass on her. She neck rein's and goes of leg pressure really well, she also knows her verbal commands. Started her on barrels and she would make a great playday horse for a adult or kid. This is a amazing sweet little mare, definitely a one of a kind mare. She's not marish at all and she gets along well with other horses. She rides out alone
... more» or with other horses. Not barn or buddy sour at all. She is a great leader or follower. Rides great around traffic and is not spooky at all. She's great on trails, in arena's and around neighborhoods. Priced to sell slow cause I want her to go to a good home and I will be putting more training on her till she sells. Please message me if interested and I can send more pictures and videos. You can also visit Blazing Guns Horsemanship on Facebook for more videos!

About Dayton, TX

Dayton, on U.S. Highway 90 six miles west of Liberty in southwestern Liberty County, was first called West Liberty and was considered part of the original town of Liberty, founded in 1831. The Trinity River divided the two parts of the town: Liberty was on its east bank, and West Liberty was on a hill three miles west of the river. A new road and a ferry directly connected the two. Both parts of the town were located on the four-league Mexican land grant appropriated for the capital of the old municipality of Santísima Trinidad de la Libertad, which later became known as Liberty.

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