2007 Registered Half Arabian mare for sale. Currently being ridden dressage and jumping up to 2’6. Has been out on trails and to schooling shows and handled it all marvelously. Super friendly, lovely mover, gets along with other horses. An uncomplicated ride for advanced beginners and up. Loves to jump.
Currently being used in the lesson program and would make a good pony club mount.
Clips, bathes, loads. Tessa would be a perfect match for a small adult amateur or junior rider. 14.3 hands. $3,500. Also the cleanest grey horse (in fact the cleanest horse) I have ever owned! Located in Woodinville WA.
Video with Junior Rider (age 11) riding her: http://www.youtube.com/
And then I used this lovely picture of her.
The ad has only been up for two days, but so far nothing. I've been watching other ads and it seems like the horses that sell quickly get lots of comments right away. Maybe I'm reading too much into it, but I'm concerned because she's an Arab and they don't have great reputations in the Pony Club/Eventing world. It's funny that everyone at my barn loves her and always says how much they don't like Arabs, but they do love her. And yet, she's not a completely atypical Arab. I think I've just had more exposure to Arabs than most folks doing the eventing thing.
So, for those of you who have sold horses, what was most effective? How long did it take? Was Dreamhorse the way to go?
And if anyone knows of someone looking for a super cute partner, I'm flexible on price for the right home.