Veruca Salt - Palomino / White Paint Mare
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|Number:||# Veruca Salt|
|Status||Sold on 2/3/2017Peggy |
|Date Available||11/2/2016 to 11/9/2016|
|Age/Color/Gender||0 Years(Approx) / Palomino / White / Mare|
DescriptionVeruca Salt is said to have been a broodmare. She is fine to handle, leads, and hauls, but they said she is grumpy and that is why she is there. She stands approx 14'2hh and looks to be in good body condition. She is sold as grade and no papers are available. She appears to be sound with no visible issues, other than an ears back attitude. She did not threaten in any way and was fine to touch and handle, but did give me sour grumpy faces. I think she's great, and will be a nice training project. I think she's ready for a life beyond making babies.
*Update- I saw Veruca again and she was an absolute sweetheart. She loves scratches, comes right up to you, and can't get enough attention. I had a hard time getting photos because she wanted to be right next to me. She is an absolute gem. She's adorable and I absolutely love her personality! I would guess her to be in her early teens. She was came out of quarantine and was wormed 12/07/16
Update: 1/26/17- Vercuca has a leg wound that looks to be just below her knee. She is weight bearing on it and it looks like it is not very deep. She needs off the lot ASAP.
Purchasing InformationLocation: Sunnyside, WA
Contact: Sabrina 206-250-5115
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