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Due to land sale, I will have to sell one of my best horses. Pandora is a grade Quarter Horse mare, sorrel with a stripe down the face. She will be 20 this year, by no means is she ready to quit. Strong build, good bone density, stands about 15hh, 1100 lbs. Is currently a little chunky, she has been relitivly idle for the last year with a foal at side.
Pandora is well broke; ridden with a snaffle bit, in westen tack and bare back regularly, neck reins, knows leg aids, can side pass, roll back, lead changes. (however rusty) She is a very nice mover, easy gaits, her jog is amazingly smooth.
Pandora was trained for pole bending in her youth, before I owned her, I never was involved in competition, have not exercised her abilities recently. I have mainly used Pandora for pleasure riding on the roads, in fields, parades, the mountains, I have done sponsor flag runs at rodeos on her.
She is not a cowy mare, just runs on by... , she does well riding by cows and buffalo on the road. Walks out quickly on the trails, crosses water willingly, has been tied to high line while in mountains. Is not herd bound. Quite level headed, even when high energy. She is generally easy to handle, her ground manners are polite. UTD on farrier and de-worming. Winters well on mixed grass hay, she is not fed concentrates to support her.
I recommend a confident rider, as she does not have the same respect for a nervious beginner, takes advantage of them. She was spoiled when I bought her 10yrs ago, would revert back if allowed. Would do very well in a lesson setting with consistancy, but not in a full time stall.
I have had two foals from her (2004, 2010), both colts have socialable temperments, willing attitude, easy to train. She concieved first time covered, foaled easily (foals were strong & healthy), had no problems keeping weight on, a good mother and milk producer.