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  1. #1
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    Jan. 21, 2012

    Default 12 year old retired eventer/ottb looking for new home

    As difficult as it, I am looking for a wonderful home for my bay with three short white socks, 16'3, ottb mare in NE Ohio. I have had her for six wonderful years, but a recurring minor tendon injury and some other nagging problem has kept her from ever reaching her potential. This mare has been examined by specialists and has had every possible treatment from holistic to modern medicine, and she just can't do the work. I am looking for a permanent home as a broodmare. She had 1 foal in Florida prior to my purchase, and loves the babies at her facility. Prior to her injuries, this mare was jumping 3'6 with room for more. She is sound at rest, but gets sore and tense when in work. I do not breed, but I believe she has a lot to offer a sport horse program. She is out of Mecke, by Prized, and an excellent mover. She has always been treated well, and I will only place her in a home where the mares are spoiled. Pictures can be sent if desired. Thanks.
    Last edited by rwulf164; Jan. 24, 2012 at 04:11 PM. Reason: More detail

  2. #2
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    Jan. 21, 2012


    This mare is still available... Added conformation shots from beginning of March, after having most of the winter off.

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