- #769 - Chestnut Mare
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|Status||Sold on 7/7/2012Gina |
|Date Available||6/24/2012 to 7/7/2012|
|Age/Color/Gender||0 Years / Chestnut / Mare|
DescriptionThese two mares were drop offs as their owner was moving out of state, but no information was provided. This chestnut mare would not let anyone look at her teeth, but she was definitely appeared to be considerably older then the other mare. She is at decent weight, her feet are bad but not as bad as the other mare, however she has some rather wonky looking knees. She doesn't seem to have any heat in her joints and she didn't move as though she was in pain even at a trot. She stands around 15+hh and a thicker build. She wasn't hard to handle, picked up her feet without any hesitation and didn't seem bothered by jumping beside her or weight across her back.
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