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|Listed:||Other August 16th, 2012 ||
HistoryDue to personal circumstances this horse was going to be sent to auction. The family loved her to death. She was only barley halter broke and auction bound we wanted to give this three yr old paint mare a second chance.
StoryMeet Almira a three yr old paint mare that was going to be sent to auction. She came to our training facility as an untrained mare just basic handling and some what use to the halter. Almira has a big stone bruise so we had our professional natural barefoot trimmer come and work on this mare with the grinder. Almira didnt mind at all and was so good. The bruise has shed on its own and she feels perfect. She went through our eight week program to become a well trained horse. Now you can tie, clip, bath, saddle, bridle, trailer...and much much more. She has been to team sorting and loves working cattle. This mare has never bucked or cause any fights almira always wants to please. She has succeeded being placed in a home as a kids horse. The Cotten family is very excited to have this horse as a kids horse. Almira is in a loving home and has a huge future because she is a trained horse. We believe a trained horse is a valuable horse. Almira also wears our brand so I will always know she was a horse that was given a second chance in life. Converse Horse Training "Giving Horses a Second Chance in Life" ~ Jackie Converse
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