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Lil Tuff Dun It
Quarter Horse
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
14.3 hh
Foal Date
June, 2008
United States
Ad Status

Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Jacksonville, NC

“Lil Tuff Dun It” aka Taffy, 2008 AQHA 14.3 sorrel mare. Granddaughter of NRHA Hall of Famer “Hollywood Dun it” and Open Derby Reserve Champion “Lil Ruff Peppy”. Taffy is a great mama and not only produces gorgeous babies with great minds but raises sweet babies that are easy to wean. She foals with no issues and would be an excellent addition to your breeding program. She’s a sweet mare that throws color and is happy being kept inside or out with anyone whether that be a horse or donkey. Overall an easy keeper that is maintenance free and 100% sound. She’s not marish or a boss mare. She’s great for the farrier, leads, ties, loads, bathes, and ground ties with no issues. We have two babies on site that are NOT for sale but available to see, ages 9 months and a year and 9
... more»months. Purchased her with a foal by her side and in foal, she’s too valuable to stand in the pasture and grow old. Grab this super broodmare now for your spring babies!

About Jacksonville, NC

The early history of Jacksonville starts with the end of the Tuscarora wars in 1713. The forced removal of Native American tribes was followed by permanent settlement of the regions between New Bern and Wilmington. The headwaters of the New River became a center of production for naval stores, particularly turpentine. The downtown waterfront park is built on the site of Wantland's Ferry, with bridges being constructed on either side of the original ferry site. In 1752, a devastating hurricane destroyed the county seat of Johnston, and Wantlands Ferry, located further up the New River at the present site of Jacksonville was chosen as the site of the new county courthouse.

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