Grandma Maple - 24 Bay Appendix QH Mare
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|Number:||# Grandma Maple|
|Status||Hold on 4/26/2017 to Danielle |
|Date Available||4/14/2017 to 4/21/2017|
|Age/Color/Gender||24 Years(Approx) / Bay / Mare|
|Breed(s)||Appendix QH |
DescriptionGrandma Maple is said to be broke to ride and has shoes on. She stands approx 16hh and could use some weight and general care. She has the kindest disposition and is very easy to handle on the ground. She pics up her feet, loves scratches, and soaks up any attention she can get. She is such a love and should be a wonderful addition as a family horse. She is lacking in top teeth so her age is just a guess, but I think she is somewhere in her 20's. She was not visibly lame and seemed to get along just fine with the other horses, but keeps mostly to herself at the feedlot and is lower in the pecking order. She is a gentle and kind mare who needs a soft place to call home. She did not seem to have an issue eating the chopped hay at the feedlot but would benefit from getting mashes made due to her lack of top teeth. She has saddle marks and some missing hair on her back. I would guess that she was recently being ridden.
Purchasing InformationLocation: Sunnyside, WA
Contact: Don 509-840-0653
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