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4 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Thoroughbred Mare for Sale in Smithville, TX
She is spending time with an experienced foster home from June-October 2020 to prepare for the Bluebonnet Rescue Horse Training Challenge. They're going to focus on ground work but may get further in her training. Magnolia had not been handled much when she came to Bluebonnet. She spent time with two trainers to work on halter training, and she can now be haltered and lead. She spent June-October with a non-pro to prepare for the 2020 Bluebonnet Rescue Horse Training Challenge in hand division. Her Challenge partner taught her to be better about being caught, stand for fly spraying, stand for the farrier, navigate trail obstacles in hand, and carry a saddle. She even sat on Magnolia once. Magnolia is not considered even green broke, and she may regress a little with a new person unti
... more»l that person earns her trust. But Magnolia has a lot of try and wants so badly to please her person. She’s not too old to train to ride, and we think she’s going to make someone an amazing partner.
About Smithville, TX
Dr. Thomas Jefferson Gazley arrived in 1827 and set the pace of development for Smithville by building the first house and establishing the first store, which served incoming settlers and the friendly Lipan and Tonkawa Indians. He later served in the Mexican government and helped write the Texas Declaration of Independence and the first Constitution, and became a true Texas hero. William Smith’s family arrived several years after Dr. Gazley.