2004 HolsteinerX mare. 15.1hh, big bodied and takes up a lot of leg. Green broke walk/trot, will still goose or hop on occasion. She just needs more consistent riding time to get comfortable. No wear and tear as she sat for many years as a pasture companion with a previous owner after being poorly started under saddle when she was young. Very sweet and has a lot of natural sit and a cute free jump. Has been trail ridden and ridden alone through fields, willing and brave when she knows what you want. $1500 negotiable. State College, PA
2011, 14.0hh gray roan quarter pony filly. Has extensive ground handling, leads, lunges and loads like a champ. Has been to many shows in-hand including 4-H State Horse Show. Has roughly 10 rides under saddle and is doing very well. She even went to her first under saddle horse show 7/27/2014 and was very good! She is currently walk trot only as she is still learning how to balance with a rider but she has been out on trail rides, jumped a ditch of water, gone over ground poles and been ridden bareback! This pony will make an excellent child's mount with some more finishing. She is a super fancy mover with a fantastic free jump! $3000 negotiable. State College, PA
2007 Chincoteague/QH pony mare, 14.1hh not too big for kids but can take up leg on an adult. Neat cremello color with hazel eyes. Been there, done that. Was started as a late 3 yr old and has done pretty much everything. Dressage, hunters, eventing, trail riding, chased cows, had a rope thrown off of her, played polocrosse, played horse soccer, done lessons first ride/leadline through advanced riders, done pony parties with toddlers, jumped to 2'9 with the scope to go higher. Has sat for most of the spring/summer so needs put back into work and a program. This mare is way too nice to go to waste sitting in my field doing nothing. State College, PA. $4000 negotiable.
May 2013 APHA filly offered for sale. She should mature to 16hh, currently 14.2hh and growing. She leads, loads, stands for farrier, has been ponied off other horses and started on some showmanship training. Went to her first in-hand show 7/27/14 and was a total pro! Very sweet filly with an amateur brain and nice movement, she could excel in any discipline or make a nice all-around prospect. $2800 negotiable. State College, PA
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