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Bailey is a 2009 registered AQHA buckskin mare. She has Two Eyed Jack on her registration papers. She was started under saddle last summer by myself and she did extremely well. She has never bucked or reared with me. She does know the foundation Clinton Anderson groundwork. She free lunges and lunges on a line both ways. She knows how to flex her head both ways in a halter and a snaffle. She is used to being fed everyday so she is easy to catch. Has been desensitized to the stick and string/ plastic bag.... (read more) She stands still for mounting and saddling. Bailey has a very calm temperament and despite being started at an older age she is not spooky at all and is pretty lazy. She picks up on new lessons quickly. I have only ridden her in a round pen at this time but she shows great potential as a trail horse or other equine event. She takes a bit well, I have only ridden her in a D ring snaffle or halter. She has very hard hooves so she does not require shoes even on gravel. She will allow you to trim her feet all the way around without a problem. She is not a horse that you have to work multiple times a week. She behaves the same when left in the field and just rode on the weekends or rode multiple times. I have no trailer so she has been on my property since 11/ 2013 therefore that is the most recent coggins that I can provide for her and I will not be able to deliver her anywhere. She loaded well the last time we took her off the property but it has been a few years. I would recommend for an intermediate rider or a very confident beginner that has access to a trainer because she is still green and does not have alot of experience but would be an amazing addition to someones barn as a brood mare or competition horse with the right people to work with her ( Price is negotiable) Located in Flat Rock, AL
I have no access to a trailer and therefore am unable to deliver her or haul anywhere
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