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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Englewood, CO
Meet “HOPE,” a 5 year old, grade QH mare who is just shy of 15 hands. HOPE is a lovely chestnut with some chrome and is a wonderful all-around, kid-safe mount. She stands well for grooming, the farrier, and loads + travels easily. HOPE loves being outside the ring, but will also do ring work when asked and can jump small jumps. She likes working cattle, has done team penning and sorting, and loves trail riding. She doesn’t mind deer, dogs, or cats, has no bad habits, goes English or western (she even neck reins!) but she did not enjoy barrel racing. Has done team penning and sorting. Also worked English in ring over small jumps. HOPE is very brave and really takes care of her rider. She can hang out for weeks, then get tacked up and go for a ride. She is a lead in the field, wh
... more»ere she lives with two mini donkeys and a gelding, but she never been mean to any other horses. Sundance doesn’t bother fences and doesn’t crib. Schedule to see her today! Truly family-friendly horses are hard to find.
About Englewood, CO
The history of Englewood begins in 1858, when gold was discovered on what came to be called Little Dry Creek by William Green Russell, an early settler of the high plains. Two years later, Thomas Skerritt, considered to be the founder of the city, established a home in the area, which was called Orchard Place. Four years later the first road connecting Denver and Orchard Place was created by Skerritt himself using his own plough. In 1879 the first telephone arrived in the area. 1883 was an important year, as it was the year that the Cherrelyn horsecar path was laid.