Well, Iím going to look at an Appaloosa Mare Tuesday and hopefully bringing her home. I sold my last mare, because with moving barns, I no longer have the space or time to work with an green broke horse. We still have our walker gelding, but thatís really my Dadís horse. I have loved Appaloosas and barrel race. Now, as far as I can tell this Appaloosa is halter bred, with lots of Quarter in her, both of her parents are N/N. Now, she is broke to ride, but She gets to hot for them. I asked what she did when she got ďhotĒ and they told me she just is a really fast and speedy horse. She has been shown in leadline, but isnít an horse an kid can ride along unless rode often. All of the sounds this like our walker gelding, and thatís that type of horse we are wanting. She is 7 years old, so still young enough for me to get her riding like I want with no problem. She is said to be able to trail ride alone, which is a lot of what I will be doing. Now they arenít sure on height, but 14.2 to 15 hands. While Iím one for taller horses, height doesnít matter if she rides like she says, as Iím tall and only weight 120 pounds. So far she sounds like what we are looking for, the price is a tad more than we wanted, but since she is the only thing my dad and I like we are willing to look at her. She is also an blanket, and thatís the only type of Appaloosa my dad likes. It seems to happen for a reason, as she went for sale only a couple days after I started looking for an new horse. Thatís an little bit about the mare, hopefully pictures on Tuesday. Now here is her pedigree, other than knowing she is halter bred, has Impressive in her bloodlines and mostly Quarter Horse, I know nothing. Another thing, she will mostly be trail ride, and then hopefully jackpot rodeos and a couple small Competitive trail rides.
a Perfect Illusion Appaloosa