Honey Suckle - #316 - 11 Brown Thoroughbred Mare
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|Number:||#316 Honey Suckle|
|Status||Sold on 6/21/2017|
|Date Available||5/29/2017 to 6/21/2017|
|Age/Color/Gender||11 Years(Range) / Brown / Mare|
DescriptionHoney Suckle stands approx 16hh and appears to be in the 10-12 year age range, but photos of her teeth are provided for your judgment. She had no tattoo. She seems to be beginner safe on the ground to handle and had nice manners . She picks up her feet easily and it's very easy to halter and lead. She has a beautiful coloring, almost like a chocolate, and has nice kind eyes. Her hooves looked to be in pretty decent condition, but did have some small cracks where they appeared to be dry. Honey Suckle has a shaved bridle path and tolerates weight pressed on her back. She seems to be a very patient and gentle horse who soaks up attention. I did notice that she had one spot in her eye that you could see when the sun hit it just right but it did not seem to have any vision impairment at all. I noticed that she had one spot in her eye that you could see when the sun hit it just right but it did not seem to have any vision impairment at all. Honey Suckle has what looks to me to be a skin tag or a bump on one of her front legs. It feels fleshy to the touch and you can lift it up. To me it looks like she had an injury at one point and the skin did not heal flush with her leg. She seemed to be sound at a walk at a trot from what I could see. The other thing that I noticed was some diarrhea and that I'm speculating is because of the change of hay from what she was previously eating. Overall I think she's a very nice mare who just needs a little TLC, some good nutrition, and someone to take her home and shine her up. I would be very surprised if she was not already broke to ride but I have no history information on her since she was a drop off to the sale barn.
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