Dressage Gray Roan Draft Cross

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Name
Girlfriend
Breed
Draft
Gender
Mare
Color
Gray
Temperament
4 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
14.2 hh
Foal Date
January, 2010
Country
United States
Views/Searches
349/12,659
Ad Status
Available
Price
$2,500

Draft Mare for Sale in Sevierville, TN

Update: She has been reduced in price! She does have a lump the size of a lemon behind the throat latch. The vet has come out to check it and is pretty sure it is melanoma. (75% of grey horses over 10 have them and most don't ever have it cause any problems, not like in people, it doesn't bother her at all, doesn't bother her with bridling, etc. it is not hot, it is not active or growing so it should be fine), vet also did a full physical, coggins, and vaccinations. You will not find this good of horse for any less right now so don't let a bump deter you come check her out. I have attached a picture of it. Mountain Creek Stables proudly presents: Mercedes aka Girlfriend Great with tarps, dogs, balls, blankets, trailers, four wheelers and more 12 year old draft cross mare, easy keeper
... more» and barefoot Naturally horsemanship trained, super sweet in your pocket personality Schooling 1st and 2nd level Dressage Side Pass, Leg Yield, Turn on Forehand/Hindquarters, Back Up rides western or english has free jumped 3 ft and is schooling 2 ft currently 14.2 hh and very stocky small enough to compete in Pony Finals but big enough that a very tall person (I am 5' 11 ) can easily be carried forward ride so best suited for an intermediate rider or advanced beginner located in east tennessee amazing video https://youtu.be/2aoNloVp5u8 Canter video https://youtu.be/JW1-E4UtmBk Intro Dressage Tests video https://youtu.be/_5Ay-rfUy7w

About Sevierville, TN

Native Americans of the Woodland period were among the first human inhabitants of what is now Sevierville. They arrived some time around 200 A.D. and lived in villages scattered around the area known as Forks-of-the-River. Between 1200 and 1500 A.D., during the Dallas Phase of the Mississippian period, a group of Native Americans established McMahan Mound Site, a relatively large village centered on a platform mound and surrounded by a palisade just above the confluence of the West Fork and the Little Pigeon River. This mound was approximately 16 feet (5 m) high and 240 feet (73 m) across.

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