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Name
Buttercup
Breed
Pony
Gender
Mare
Color
Other
Temperament
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
11.2 hh
Foal Date
January, 2007
Country
United States
Views/Searches
232/40,459
Ad Status
Sold
Price
$2,500

Pony Mare for Sale in Lancaster, PA

A pony as sweet as her name! Buttercup is a 14-15 year old pony mare, standing at a stout 11.2 hands at the wither. Unlike most ponies she doesn’t hate her life, or the person at the other end of the leadrope. Not mareish and is kind and forgiving as well as a babysitter. Loves her people and always is looking to come into the barn for attention. We feel that Buttercup will make a good starter pony or be successful in a lesson/therapy program that wants a slow and easy going pony. She walks and trots, and will also canter with a pop of a crop or rein. But honestly, someone who wants something slow and lazy will appreciate her most. No buck, rear, bolt, bite or kick to her. She can go Western, English or bareback. Leadlines happily with no drama. Not spooky one bit, and is great w
... more»ith dogs, cattle, traffic, tarps, farm equipment, etc. She will stand all day to be groomed and is great with both the farrier and vet. Barefoot with great feet and has no issues with the farrier. Low man in the pasture with the big horses. Otherwise gets along with the other ponies well. She can be stalled or live out. No founder or lameness history. Clean legs and no scarring. Tacks up well and takes a bit without hesitation. Stands to be mounted from a block. She does not require any special upkeep or maintenance. She is supposed to drive but I have not driven her myself. She is a GOOD egg, deserving a comfortable and loving home! Seeing her have her own little person(s) would make my heart sing!

About Lancaster, PA

Originally called Hickory Town, the city was renamed after the English city of Lancaster by native John Wright. Its symbol, the red rose, is from the House of Lancaster. Lancaster was part of the 1681 Penn's Woods Charter of William Penn, and was laid out by James Hamilton in 1734. It was incorporated as a borough in 1742 and incorporated as a city in 1818. During the American Revolution, Lancaster was the capital of the United States for one day, on September 27, 1777, after the Continental Congress fled Philadelphia, which had been captured by the British.

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