Jewel is a lovely, exotic, Purebred Arabian mare, foaled in 03, out of Zakamora, a double Bask* bred mare, by Padrons Dejonare, a son of Padron* She is a "head hunters" dream. You just dont find mares of this caliber very often, and certainly not at his price!
Jewel will throw extraordinary foals!
She is a doll to ride in the pen, and goes great on trails as well. She has a smooth fast ground covering walk when you let her go.
We recently took her on a 15 MILE trail ride, and she went through creeks and streams, as well as deep mud, steep banks etc... this June, and while crossing country we were approached - quickly- by about 300 cow/calf pairs!
I do not know if she had ever even seen a cow before!
They were milling and mooing about 50 ft from us. I thought for sure I was gonna end up on my butt and see her running for the hills, but she never ran.
I swear I could see her eyes from the saddle they were pretty bugged out, her ears touched, Im pretty sure her legs were at a 45 degree angle to the sides... her tail was straight up.
I tried to move her to the rear so I could get her surrounded by horses in case she tried to run away... but she wouldnt turn away from the cows. She backed up for me and moved to the side, but kept watching the cows the whole time!
(I think if a butterfly had farted behind her, she would have jumped right out of her hooves!)
But she just stayed. We went past them, through a gate, and as long as we stayed 30 ft or so from the fenceline (where the herd was curious and following us) she was fine. She was pretty puckered up (tense/anxious) but she just kept watching them and kept going. I was very impressed.
After the 15 mile (5 hr) ride we spent the next 2 days parking hundreds of cars on horseback for the Fort Sisseton Historic Festival at the state park, and then rode her through the festival grounds! Cannons going off, guns shooting, a gatling gun going off, all the people and kids and dogs roaming only seemed to interest her. We were parked next to the arena and close to the action for the antique tractor pull and the Ranch Rodeo...maybe 30 ft... it never bothered them a bit.
Jewel is very calm and easy to catch, current on hoof trimming, worming,and shots and is not afraid of dogs, farm equipment or other traffic, gunshots....
When my son pulled up next to us in a dumptruck while we were ditch riding, she got concerned about that, but I just turned her in a few circles. When we were done visiting, he waitied till we were down the road a ways before he started the dump truck again, but then when he drove by it didnt bother her. Their pasture is right alongside a main road, and they are all used to trucks/traffic/ farm equipment going by.
See our granddaughter riding her in one of the pictures
Jewel is a VERY easy keeper and has great ground manners.
This mare is just sweet.
She is very gentle with new / nervous riders.
She loads/hauls great. Stands tied for hours. Good for farrier, worming, etc. She is easy to catch, saddle etc.
She has a soft mouth, great Whoa, works well off of legs, very smooth gaits, and is absolutely SHOW QUALITY!
She looks great Western and English!
---see her pedigree at horseclicks . com /purebred_arabian_for_sale_exotic_padron_granddaugh/advert/244831
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