Unicorn Fields offers a beautiful grey, Quarter-Arab cross mare for sale. Lady Lilly is about 12 years old and 14.1 hands. She has a beautiful Arab-type head, excellent confirmation, good solid bone and strong hooves. She has great potential for pony-club.
Lady Lilly is well-trained and is very responsive. She moves off of leg pressure, neck reins, direct reins, loves to jump, and is good out on the trail. Lady Lilly is a gentle mare but, because she is so sensitive to cues, is not suitable for a beginner. She would be fine for a younger rider who is a confident and who can sit quietly. While not tall, Lady is solid enough to easily carry an adult woman. I am 5'6" and I am very comfortable riding her.
Lady Lilly is not a dominant mare and gets along well with other horses. She is an easy keeper and has never had any health issues in the six years I have known her. She has some clouding in her right eye, but is not blind. She is current on all vaccines and has a current coggins. She is not shod.
Lady Lilly has good ground manners. She loads easily, and stands well for her ferrier and her vet. She is quiet while being saddled and stands for mounting. Lady Lilly loves attention but is a bit shy around people she does not know. Ideally she would find a special person to love her for years and years.
I am only letting Lady Lilly go because my health does not allow me to give her the attention she needs.
Lady Lilly is offered for sale at $1100, but a reasonable offer from the right person who could give her a loving home would be accepted. Lady-Lilly is sold as grade as I have no registration papers for her.
Please call Robin, 352-316-0418 for more information.
Will deliver within 75 miles for 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".