Want to trade my wellbroke Quarab mare for a Fjord! - The Horse Forum
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post #1 of 2 Old 11-19-2010, 08:52 PM Thread Starter
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Arrow Want to trade my wellbroke Quarab mare for a Fjord!

Hello to anyone with Fjords/ knows anyone with a Fjord.
I have decided that i would be willing to trade my beautiful 6 yr-old Quarab mare, Molly for a Fjord. She is 14.1hh, sorrel w/a blaze & 4 socks & great conformation.
She is very friendly, easy to catch, ties for hours, great with ferrier & loads well. She is best suited for an intermediat+ rider right now as she can get excited when working in the arena, near jumps & such. Easy to handle on the trails. Goes through, mud, water/anything you put infront of her.
She's wonderful out on the trails/roads/highways & loves to get out & go. NOT herdbound. Has been to gymkhana several times as well as some jumping experience. Goes western & english.
This mare is awesome & i am ONLY willing to part with her for a Fjord, as i've recently decided that i would love to own one of my own (i learned to ride on one when i was younger & LOVE them). I also want something that i can take for rides with my niece aboard. As i do hate to get rid of this mare, i must make some specifications;
- This horse MUST be easy to catch, load & tie. Good with ferrier, etc.
- Mare or gelding.
- Must be calm natured & not super jumpy with new things.
- Preferably broke/green broke but may consider something younger so long as it meets the above requirements & has the potential to be a good kids horse.
- Would like something that is not terribly herd bound & will go by themselves. Versatility is nice to have as well.
I live near Edson Alberta, so would not like to travel more than 2 hours in any direction. Also, this horse must be of equal or lesser value as i don't want to spend any extra cash (if i like your horse i wont ask for any extra cash frm you either!).
(For pictures, please go to my barn!)

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post #2 of 2 Old 11-20-2010, 01:24 AM
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Oh darn! I have a fjord filly who can be started but not looking for another horse.
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