FREE Saddlebred Mare NC

Discussion in 'Horse Rescue / Adoption' started by FancyASB, Jul 6, 2012.

  1. FancyASB

    FancyASB Senior Member+

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    http://www.cashlovellstables.com/Home_Page.php (I haven't found her picture yet I will post when I receive it)

    [h=6]CLS has a 4-year-old Saddlebred mare that we are giving away to a good home.
    [/h][h=6]She is out of Go Baby Go and by Delivering Radiance. Gifted with her legs.
    [/h][h=6]Bred to be a wonderful broodmare. Has had several months of professional training. Good thinking.
    [/h][h=6]Please contact Parker Lovell for details. Thank you!

    Parker Lovell
    Cash Lovell Stables & Riding Academy
    www.cashlovellstables.com
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  2. anweaver2007

    anweaver2007 Senior Member

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    Why are they giving her away?
     
  3. Hooves

    Hooves Senior Member

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    Wondering the same thing. I would love to snag her up... I don't have any experience with this breed though.
     
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  4. ILoveMyLacy

    ILoveMyLacy Senior Member+

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    subbing for more info!
     
  5. anweaver2007

    anweaver2007 Senior Member

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    I'm just wondering whats going on with her. The barn is crazy nice and they have expensive horses so why are they giving this one away for free?
     
  6. ShesGoneCountry

    ShesGoneCountry Senior Member+

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    How is she bred and what's wrong?
     
  7. FancyASB

    FancyASB Senior Member+

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    My thinking and other people is she is more the "Sport Horse" type not the "Show Horse" type. As far as I know nothing wrong with her. I'm still waiting for a picture but if anyone is interested contact them directly. She has been started, etc. I didn't renew my ASHA membership so I can't look up her breeding.
     
  8. anweaver2007

    anweaver2007 Senior Member

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    I have a valid ASHA membership. If you give me her registered name I will look her up and post her breeding.
     
  9. ShesGoneCountry

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    I'm also an ASHA member. Some of the flaws that make an ASB the sport horse type can be bred out of them. I've seen some broodmares that would never make it in the show ring have some beautiful babies. However, I'm a strong believer that the mare needs to have good breeding herself in order to be bred.
     

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