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    12-27-2011, 07:17 PM
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PA - Multiple horses for sale

I have multiple horses for sale, prices are very negotiable on all horses retiring from racing, so make an offer! Videos and pictures are available on some horses, email me at fidelia.stables@gmail.com for more information on a specific horse.

Abigail – 10 year old Iberian WB mare, 16.1 hh. Liver Chestnut. Very nice mare, out of an Excelso andalusian mare. Has competed in eventing, hunters, and dressage. Schooled to 2nd level, has jumped 3’9 oxers in gridwork. Abigail would be happiest in a dressage only career but can and will jump. Can be a little hot xc. This mare is very well schooled and prefers a rider with an educated seat and light hands. Not for a beginner. Sound, no health issues. Very nice mover. She was advertised at $15,000, but I recently dropped her price to $9500.
Skinny Pants – 5 year old TB gelding, 17.1 hh. Bay. What a special horse! Built like a warmblood with a puppy dog personality. This guy is a really nice mover under saddle, retired from racing with only ten starts. Has an old set bow, but was such an insignificant bow you can hardly see it. Lovely enough for hunters, dressage, eventing, foxhunting. Has been jumped and doesn’t look at anything. Really neat horse that’s learning down transitions from the seat and leg yielding. Hacks out every where. Has never done a thing wrong. Auto changes. Asking $4000, price will increase with training and show exposure.
Luv- 5 year old TB mare, hair under 16 hh. Bay. Retired from racing sound with clean legs. Currently on let down at the farm. Cute mover. Suitable for polo, eventing, dressage or youth. Athletic. Nice project horse. $1500/negotiable for quick sale.
Centre – 7 year old imported Aussie TB gelding, 16.2hh+. Bay. What a cool horse. This guy is ready for a new career and will take little reschooling to do so. Not happy racing in the US on dirt tracks and not enough turf races to keep him in race training. This horse moves really nice and is suitable for all levels of competition in hunters, dressage, eventing and would also make a nice hunt horse. Very sensible. Slight rounding of front ankles but no injuries and has not had a joint tapped since being in the US. Would be happiest living out 24/7. Not only does Centre move really nice but he’s even lovelier to ride! Priced at $5000, located at Parx racetrack still.
Gilligan – 4 year old TB gelding, 16.1 hh. Dark bay (almost black). Finished racing about 4 weeks ago. Sound with clean legs. Currently on let down at the farm, flat kneed mover with a big stride. Will be suitable in any low level competition. Very easy to handle and work around. $2000/negotiable for quick sale.
Amelia – 4 year old TB filly, 16.1 hh. Bay. Finished racing, turned out in a herd environment. This girl is easy on the eyes! Warmblood build. Will go far in the hunter show ring, eventing, dressage, you name it – this girl will wow any judge. Very nicely put together and one of the quietest and sensible horses you will ever ride. $1800/negotiable for quick sale, currently getting harassed out in the field by other horses.
Then I also have two geldings at Penn National, one a chestnut and one a bay. Additional information and pictures coming asap. Under $2500.
I also have about ten TB broodmares in foal for 2012. For sale to PA racing homes only. $500-$1500, prices negotiable, really nice mares. For example, I have one not for sale that was purchased for $130,000 as a broodmare only, who’s first foal sold for $103,000. All other mares are of similar quality. Owner getting out of breeding.
     
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    01-01-2012, 11:01 PM
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I would buy a broodmare but I don't wanna race, baby would be turned into a hunter horse
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    01-19-2012, 02:38 PM
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^ Agreed. I too am looking for another TB broodmare and one in foal would be great but I'm going to be breeding TB Sporthorses for race and/or show not just racing. Please send info on the mares available to nittanyequestrian@gmail.com or post on here. I'm located in Central PA and looking to buy now. Thanks!
     
    03-26-2012, 05:21 PM
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Im interested in knowing more about Amelia .would love to see pics. Im right outside of reading
     

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