Unicorn Fields proudly offers Rain, a 15.1-hand, 5-year old chestnut, solid APHA mare with flaxen mane and tail, for sale. Rain has a lovely baby-doll head and wonderful confirmation. She has never been shod and has good hooves.
Rain has just completed 3 months of daily training in which she demonstrated her ability to do both English and Western with equal ease. She is ready to compete in the show ring or take you out safely on the trail. She has a great flat walk and comfortable jog and lope. She works well in a snaffle or a gentle curb bit. She even does well with a bosal. Rain has great ground manners, and stands calmly for her ferrier and the vet. She is current on her coggins and vaccines.
Rain is a farm favorite because of her gentle manner and people-oriented personality. Her training and temperament make Rain suitable for a beginner, but she is definitely enough horse for intermediate or advanced rider to enjoy. Rain has competed successfully at local shows and would be an ideal 4-H project horse.
Rain has a great pedigree. Her sir is Special Invitation, bay tobiano Multiple World and Reserve Champion sire. His 2012 stud fee is $1,750. Rain's dam, Cowboys Sweet Grace, has more top stallions in her pedigree, including Zippo Pine Barr, Three Bars, Skips Reward, and Impressive, just to name a few. Rain's pedigree make her an excellent prospect as a broodmare.
Now, of course, you are wondering why we would sell such a fabulous horse. Bottom line is the owner works 60 hours a week and has no time to ride. Rain is too great a horse to let sit in a field.
If you are interested in coming to see Rain, please email or call Leslie at 352-538-4991, after 2:00pm, please.
We will deliver within 100 miles for the cost of gas.
Company / Facility:
Unicorn Fields -
Registered Quarter Horses, Paints and Spotted Saddles
We offer pasture board for a limited number of horses.
We specialize in horses that can be ridden by the entire family, from beginners to advanced. Only one or two young horses are in training at a time so that we can give them the time they deserve. We limit our foals to one or two a year in order to provide them with hours of "people-time".