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Companions: Mares

Companion / Potential Brood mare / Recipient ET Mare

Ref #: 175042
  • Sweet natured 8 yr old mare for sale as a companion or broodmare
  • Would make an ideal companion / broodmare
£700 ono
  • Sport Horse
  • Liver chestnut
  • Mare
  • 8 years
  • 160 cm
  • Sweet natured 8 yr old mare for sale as a companion or broodmare
  • Would make an ideal companion / broodmare

Sweet natured 8 yr old mare for sale as a companion or brood mare. Sadly despite trying absolutely everything for her over the last 18 months she can no longer be ridden due to injury. However, she is paddock sound and very happy in any herd environment large or small or mixed.

She is a very friendly mare just wants to be everyones friend and easy to do. Apart from her injury she is otherwise fit and well and would make an ideal companion. No vices lives in or out.

She would also make a great mum although she is maiden and its not something I wish to persue she is well bred herself but could also carry an ET foal.

Please contact me for further details and a chat.



Ref #: 22412

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