Beautiful Appendix mare around 17 hands (I have not "sticked" her).
Very calm and easy for a beginner to ride. She is the babysitter horse for all my friends. Sweet nature, 7 years old, mare. Has been ridden mostly on the trails until now. She is not very experienced in the arena.
2 front shoes, rides best in a Bosal, goes English or western. She has been healthy and sound since I've had her, never took a lame step. Not registered as far as I know. Reason for selling is too many horses.
I put her in with my other mares and they picked on her and bit her. She doesn't do well in a herd situation.
Need to sell her before the end of the month!
Please call 619-928-1690
Big Beautiful 7 year chestnut appendix mare. Quarter horse mind, Thoroughbred body. her basic personality is laid back but if you ask her to, she will pick up the pace for you.
Very gentle and beginner safe. Rides on trail alone or in a group. English or western. Has jumping potential!
Easy to handle on the ground. Very sweet and gentle. Loads in the trailer like a dream.
Ties and stands for hours at the hitching post or next to the trailer.
Has been ridden on trails by beginners for the most part until now and still learning her arena skills. She trailers out and rides anywhere. Stands quietly to mount from the ground. Doesn't mind multiple riders.
Has been started over fences and has basic arena skills. She has taken many first time riders out to the beach in San Diego. She is located near Imperial Beach.
Rides bareback out on the trails.
Rides best in a hackamore or bosal.
Reason for selling is too many horses.
Just got new front shoes.
The vet looked her over, pronounced her healthy and sound, vaccinated her with 7 way plus West Nile
Need to sell before the end of the month!
AVAILABLE TO SHOW SUNDAYS and during the week after 6:00 pm
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located on Hollister Street San Diego 92154
Diamond trailers out to new places great and doesn't get nervous or excited like most horses do when they get to a new environment.
She is my only mare that doesn't seem to come in to season either. My other mares are out of commission for several days when their heat cycle begins, but Diamond is very steady, even tempered and so far has not shown signs of coming into heat.
She was a little toed- out in the front when I got her because she was barefoot and the previous owners didn't take great care of her feet. They were nice and hard, just the wrong shape. I've only had her for about 4 months and have put new shoes on her twice to improve the shape of her foot. Her stride improved dramatically with the shoes. She has absolutely no soundness issues and has never taken a lame step. The first 3 months I had her, I was using her to give tourists rides on the beach. I would have her out sometimes from 8am to 8pm giving rides all day and she had no problem with the work load.
She doesn't do well in a group stall situation because she is the lowest in the herd ranking.
I put her in with the other horses and they bit her on the back, kicked her in the side and drove her away from the food. She wasn't lame from any of the kicks she was just a little freaked out that all the other horse were picking on her and she lost some weight.
She has her own over-sized box stall now and seems happy in that space, but I work 6 days a week and don't have the time to get her out every day, which she deserves. (I have 6 other horses, one is a stallion and they all need attention.)
Before her box stall I put her in with another low ranking mare and a pony and she did just fine with them. I changed ranches last month though, and the only option was group pasture with all the other horses or box stall. I didn't want her to get beat up again so I put her in the box stall, but it's quite a bit more expensive than the pasture where my other horses are.
I like Diamond a lot but she's too quiet of a ride for me. I like the faster, more spirited mounts, but I kept her around for my non-rider friends to ride because she's such a sweet girl both under saddle and on the ground.
Well, keeping her around just for friends to ride occasionally is proving to be too expensive and she isn't getting out enough.
Anyway, she deserves a new owner who will love her and spend some time with her. She is generally quiet but if you ask her to, she will pick up the pace for you. She has a long stride and covers a lot of ground.
I hope you can come to see her soon. I had her priced at $1,300 but lowered it to $980 because I really don't want to pay another month's board on her! There is absolutely nothing wrong with her, I just can't afford to have this many horses.
Man pictured riding is 6'3''. It was his first time riding a horse.
619 928 1690
local pickup only. you must come in person to see her and pick her up yourself.
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