How Sweet The Sound (Grace)
Chestnut Pony of Americas Mare
Horse ID: 2153670
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Horse ID: 2153670 How Sweet The Sound

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Talented, Athletic Mare Ready to Work and Looks Good At It
Date Foaled
2011
Gender
Mare
Height
14.3 hh
Weight
 
Color
Chestnut
Other Color or Markings
Snowflake Pattern with Small Star 
Gaited
No 
Warmblood
No
Temperament
1=Very Calm...
10=Very Spirited
7
May Trade
For
No
Registered?
No
Reg. Assn
Reg. Number
 
For Lease
Yes
For Sale
Yes
Asking Price
$6,000 (US)
Horse Skills, Disciplines, Attributes
Details
***Currently at the Tri-State Rodeo carrying the Coors flag*** Grace is an over-sized POA with looks, brains, conformation, color and is full of talent. Pictures and video do not do her justice. She loves to sort and work cows, has extensive Ranch Riding training and has been used for multiple events. She has been shown successfully in Halter, Showmanship, Horsemanship, Hunter Under Saddle, Equitation, Walk-Trot, Western Pleasure, Trail, Ranch Riding, and Reining. She is always in the ribbons and money and leaving horses in the ring. She has competed, and won, in Donkey Sorting and schooled on Cattle. She has carried a flag in parade, Rodeo Grand Entry, and done fast lap with the flag. She has been started on Barrels and Poles, and with a lariat for roping. Grace has been trail rode and does not refuse anything. However, she is not being sold as a trail horse as that is her least favorite thing to do, but will do it if need be. She has been trained to the level that she would be an excellent horse for Cowboy Dressage and has the looks to go with it. Grace is a working fool and gets bored easily. She has more go than whoa, but does have an excellent stop. She is not for an inexperienced rider as she has a lot of buttons and willingly responds when asked. She does take a rider with a good handle on a horse just to keep her between the leg and the hand, but will do so when asked. She is extremely easy to handle from the ground. She ties, loads, clips, bathes (all things my 10 year old can do by himself with her). She stands for the vet and farrier. She has excellent conformation and good sound feet that require shoes only if being rode on a lot of rock. She has no major vices such as, cribbing, weaving, kicking, biting, bucking or such. Her worst is she will paw when impatient, but not excessively. She can be slightly buddy sour, but that comes more from she loves to be the in the middle of everything. Her biggest draw back is she does not ride out alone well. When introducing horses to the herd she is the one they get turned out with because she knows no stranger. She is top in the pecking order, but she is not nasty about it in anyway and keeps the peace in the herd. This is a horse that will be a handy one to have around and will also be a great addition to the broodmare band to raise up the next generation. On site lease option available.

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Pedigree for How Sweet The Sound

First GenerationSecond GenerationThird GenerationFourth Generation
Sire:
Illini Mr Macho
     
 
   
 
     
 
   
 
Dam:
Red Paradice
     
 
   
 
     
 
   
 


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