Gorgeous Warlander Mare

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Name
Isabella
Breed
Other
Gender
Mare
Color
Buckskin
Temperament
4 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
HH6204-2011WL
Height
15.2 hh
Foal Date
April, 2011
Country
United States
Views/Searches
420/62,479
Ad Status
Available
Price
$30,000

Mare for Sale in LaPorte, IN

Just in time for show season!! Now offering for your consideration!! Isabella is a gorgeous Warlander mare is 15.2 hands and was born on 4/3/2011. This beautiful girl has received her Spanish/Baroque good looks from her dam Friesian mare “Mynke An” (by Sibald, famous stam 50) and sired by Approved Lusitano Cremello Stallion Saphiro. This exceptional mare would not only be an asset to your breeding program but, she has the talent and movement to go in any direction. She would be competitive in Dressage, Jumping, Hunt seat, Western Dressage, Working Equitation, Ranch Horse Pleasure and Reining and as a Performance Trick Horse! Isabella is an athletic well rounded horse that moves with ease and grace. She moves uphill and balanced with exceptional lift from her shoulders, scoop and po
... more»wer from the hind end. No history of lameness, very easy keeper, she has great ground and saddle manners. She currently does walk, trot, canter, side pass, leg yields, walk to canter, has a ranch horse stop, pivots and backs up. She is easy to bath, lounge, stands well for the farrier, has been on a few trails and did well and recently started going over fences with confidence! Isabella has also been learning tricks. She currently knows how to Spanish Walk, Bow on one and 2 knees, lay down on cue, smiles, hugs, stands on the pedestal and learning to sit on the beanbag. Hurry this stunning mare will not last long and is too good to pass up! Isabella is available to view in LaPorte, In at Transitions Equestrian Center.

Pedigree

Saphiro
Mynke An

About LaPorte, IN

The settlement of La Porte was established in July 1832. Abraham P. Andrew, one of the purchasers of the site, constructed the first sawmill in that year. The first settler arrived in October, building a permanent cabin just north of what would become the courthouse square. After the US extinguished land claims by the Potowatomi and other historic tribes of the area by treaty and removal to Indian Territory, in 1833 a Federal Land Office was established in La Porte.

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