Nell - #127 - 15 Sorrel Paint Mare
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|Status||Sold on 9/16/2017|
|Date Available||8/7/2017 to 9/16/2017|
|Age/Color/Gender||15 Years / Sorrel / Mare|
|Registration||Registered as "Dominate Sistah" with APHA - Papers Available|
|Broke?||Unknown Led thru the auction|
DescriptionNell (registered as Dominate Sistah) ran through auction with no further information other than being lame. Dominate Sistah's pedigree top side reads like a whose-who of AQHA halter horses. Her sire is Dominate Venture who was a 2000 AQHA World Show Top 10 Yearling Stallion. He is by Dominate Clue (ROM Halter, 1998 AQHA World, 1997 AQHA Congress, 11 x Grand Champion), who is by Kid Clu (ROM Halter, Reserve World Champion, Top 10 AQHA Halter Champion, etc). Her dam's side includes both Halter and Performance. Her maternal grandsire is Lil Abner with 20 APHA points in Halter and 29 in Performance (Barrels, Reining, Poles, Trail, and more), then Snazzy Boy (18 APHA Halter Points, 24 APHA Performance Points, ROM is Racing) and other racing Quarter Horses. Dominate Sistah herself has her Register of Merit (ROM) in Halter and carries 11 APHA Halter points. She has had 4 APHA foals (all solid).
Photos of her fetlock area are attached for your viewing. I do not know the cause of her issue, but she is swollen and seems to have dropped fetlocks. In my opinion she will never be sound and will need pain and inflammation management. She is so incredibly sweet, handles like the show horse she was, and seems so willing. She would need to be vetted to see what is going on and if she can be maintained comfortably for her. She also has what appears to be a sarcoid on her ear and an injury to her front foot as pictured which was fresh and looked superficial. She stands approx 15'2hh and is a beautiful mare.
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