Chestnut Appaloosa Mare

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Name
Sophia
Breed
Appaloosa
Gender
Mare
Color
Dun
Temperament
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
ApHC
Reg Number
687375
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
May, 2018
Country
United States
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120/14,003
Ad Status
Available
Price
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Appaloosa Mare for Sale in Eatonton, GA

OPEN BIDDING ON THEHORSEBAY. SALE ENDS ON 5/22 @4PM CT. More information available on the website including an UTD vet inspection, coggins, registration papers, video, images, and the owner's contact information to ask questions, request information, or make arrangements to come visit. Sophia 2018 15.h ApHC Mare 97% FPD 6 panel clean! She would be a wonderful broodmare one day with her pedigree, lovely build, and temperament. Link to her pedigree⬇️ https://www.allbreedpedigree.com/georges+moon+dance Super sweet, kind, and easygoing, great mind. She loves obstacles, is super smart, and Very elegant. Fun facts: She is used to being groomed with a shop vac, and She likes celery. 😉 She has 30 days of professional training under saddle, she was started lightly b
... more»y her owner as a 3yo she has a fantastic disposition. Had no issues with the western saddle and back cinch, no buck, bolt, or rear. No vices health issues or maintenance. Easy enough for an intermediate rider to bring along with a trainer. If you choose to have her developed more under saddle, we offer training and could continue her development. Not Mare-ish, Barefoot great feet. Started lightly over cross-rails, Schooling into level Western Dressage, Goes over bridges and crosses water with no problem. Easy to catch, gets along great with other horses. She enjoys trail riding and has minimal experience on the trails but has been perfect, not spooky. Easy Walk, trot she is LAZY in the canter but canters no problem and gets her leads definitely more woah than go.

About Eatonton, GA

The Rock Eagle Effigy Mound, a Native American archaeological site, is located north of the city. It is one of two such sites east of the Mississippi River; both are in Putnam County. The mound and related earthwork constructions were made by Woodland culture peoples, perhaps as long ago as 1,000 to 3,000 years. The site within a 1500-acre park administered by the University of Georgia, which also maintains a 4-H camp nearby. The Mound has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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