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|Listed:||AH-Other 3/22/2015 Frozen Princess/Redneck's Bar Tab||
HistoryThis was her original ad information:
Frozen Princess - 14yr Black Morgan/Paint Mare - $600
Registered as "Rednecks Bar Tab" with PtHA - Papers Available
This princess is a big beautiful mare who stands 15'3hh and is in good condition overall and appears to have been well taken care of. She has been used for 4-H in the past and did great. She is UTD on shots and worming, and her hooves look good as well. She is an easy keeper and is better suited for an intermediate rider as she will test her rider if not confident. This mare is very affectionate, loves attention, and gets along great with the other horses.
Location: Sunnyside, WA
StoryI believe Gin (Redneck's Bar Tab is registered name) was the first ad I saw on facebook in the auction horse postings. For some reason I just felt she would be a nice horse and that she didn't deserve to be there. My friend went and picked her up for me, as I don't have a trailer of my own. I was very excited and when she got home I was more than pleased. She did end up with a mild case of strangles and was lonely during her quarantine period. Now that she is out with my other horses, she is doing great. She is being fed great supplements and has gained weight, which she lost from being sick and the stress of the experience. She seems to be well trained and appears she had been taken care of. I can't imagine why she ended up at auction, and then especially the Sunnyside lot??
Anyway, she is well loved now. If anyone knows anything about her, it would be fun to know her history.
First pic is from her ad, the others are from today.
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