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Registered Pure Egyptian Arabian Mare FOR SALE Registered through AHA Registration # 0505463 Registered Name: Ooo Lalage Foaled 4/23/94 Sire: Tabbou - Grand National Champion Dame: Daloray Delilah http://www.arabianhorses.org/registration/HorseSearchSubmit.asp This mare knows English and Western.She has a natural lope so many horses struggle with. She is kind, loving, gentle and very affectionate. She has a great build, has a pretty face, kind eyes and great confirmation!!! Her coat is absolutely gorgeous and soft like velvet. She is gentle enough for adult beginners to ride and fun enough for those of us looking to move out on the trail to enjoy as well. Can go out alone or in a group and she is not spooky at all. She's easy to catch, clip, bathe, groom, tack up, worm, trailer, load/unload...(though hasn't been in awhile) stands quiet to mount, walks on a loose rein, stops when asked, listens to leg and verbal cues, backs up and is a GREAT horse to ride. This mare has been exposed to traffic, dogs, plastic bags, wildlife, ATV's,other horses, children... She will cross water, climbing steep hills, carefully maneuver her way down hills and go wherever you want to go. She is sure footed and dependable on the trail. Goes bare foot. GREAT hard strong feet. Has trail experience and a great disposition. You take her and finish her in what ever discipline you want. Extremely athletic, and willing with lots of go! Proven great brood mare. Throws straight blacks. Email for more pictures BUT CALL 702-378-5158 other than for pictures emails will not be answered. Asking $3500 OR BEST OFFER!!!!!!!!!!! MOTIVATED SELLER, QUICK SALE. SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY A GREAT HOME A MUST!!!!!!!! Ad ID: 9042286 Read more: http://lasvegas.ebayclassifieds.com/livestock/las-vegas/registered-pure-egyptian-arabian-mare/?ad=9042286#ixzz1EtxHz4US
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