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Welsh Pony Mare for Sale in Bixby, OK
MORE INFORMATION AVAILABLE ON THEHORSEBAY DOT COM Muffin is brave and willing. She rides in both English and Western tack. When Muffin is hauled to a new place, she is the same pony as she is at home. Muffin knows her leads, has worked on lead changes, and started lightly over fences. She is an easy keeper, stands well for the farrier and baths, and has excellent ground manners. This pony will carry a flag, drag a log, and cross a bridge. She is amateur-friendly and takes mistakes in stride. I took her to an obstacle course last month, and she crossed every obstacle in the arena. Muffin loads and unloads well, is good on the lunge line, and is used to dogs. I ride her in a happy mouth snaffle. She is not traffic shy and does not care if she is riding alone or with other horses. The rider
... more»in the videos is 5’6″. Muffin is a pleasure to ride and be around. This adorable pony is ready to find a wonderful forever home. I am available to help with hauling if needed.
About Bixby, OK
Alexander Posey, a member of the Muscogee (Creek) nation, and his family settled in the area now known as Bixby in the late 1800s. He founded a community that was initially known as "Posey on Posey Creek," and included two saloons, a blacksmith shop and a general store. The town became a government town site with a post office in 1895. Located in the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, Indian Territory, Bixby was named in honor of Tams Bixby, a chairman of the Dawes Commission. The original 80-acre (32 ha) town site plat was approved by the Dawes Commission in 1902.