Coco - #131 - Liver Chestnut Arabian Mare
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|Status||Sold on 8/8/2012Sabrina|
|Date Available||8/7/2012 to 8/8/2012|
|Age/Color/Gender||0 Years / Liver Chestnut / Mare|
DescriptionThis very pretty liver chestnut Arabian mare is a drop off with very little information provided. She is said to be in foal and has been running with #134. She has several large sarcoids or possibly tumors on her. I was told by an employee that this mare was halter broke and that she personally saw them lead her in from the horse trailer... and she does have halter marks on her face. However, this mare would not let us catch her, would not let us touch her... and in fact seemed to prefer that we not even look at her. She often used the other mare "Candy" as a living shield. That being said, it is my opinion that her behavior was more in the vein of "avoidance" rather then "fear" or "ignorance". She does move sound at the walk and the trot. Her feet are bad and look like they have not been cared for in a very long time. She is definitely up to weight, in fact she looks fat... she also looks like she may be in foal. Her udders are very swollen, but without being able to get a close look I couldn't tell if it was milk, more underskin tumors, or something else... either way it looks like she has had foals before in the past. I was not able to measure her, but I would guess her to be around 15.2hh.
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