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    12-13-2012, 09:14 PM
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Smile Dressage Training Level TB for sale in Southern Oregon

7 yr old Dressage Training Level mare up for sale to a loving home only. If she isnt going to be your baby, please don't respond.

This mare is the sweetest horse I have ever known! Beautiful, friendly and tons of potential to take you up the levels in dressage. That describes this mare perfectly.

She has been in lessons at Training Level at Lone Pine Stables with Sabine Ense. She believes Night has what it takes to go up the levels with a good rider. This mare has not been shown due to my limitations, not hers. I am learning as well. You don't want to miss out on this horse!

She also shows potential and enthusiasm as a hunter/jumper prospect. She gets so excited when she sees the jumps. Lightly started over cavalettis and low jumps.

Night is good with bathing, cleaning udders, tacking up, grooming, hooves, etc. She will let you lay with her on the ground. You can sit in front of her and paint her hooves. She will even hug you with her neck. Most people think she is a Hanoverian instead of a TB. She has more of a warmblood type build. She only ran one race in her life and did not place. She was retired completely sound.

She stands 15.3 - 16 hh. She is not hard to keep like a lot of TBs. No bad habits. Easy to tack up and to catch. This mare wants to be your best friend and does what is asked of her. You can't find a sweeter girl.

Beautiful, sweet and intelligent - this mare has it all!

Registered with the Jockey Club. Foaled in Kentucky. I have her papers.

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