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Sweet-natured Sorrel Half-arab Filly - QH Continental

Quarab Horses for Sale in Montrose, Iowa

Continental Baby Jane
Apr 24, 2010
0.0 hh
0.0 lbs
In Foal:
2 / 10
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Additional Comments:
I'm having problems getting some messages on here (and it does not usually notify me of FB comments). If interested, then please contact me at LTACOLEMAN[AT]gmail[DOT]com. Thanks. Jane is available. I will not hold her for anyone unless a non-refundable deposit for half down is paid and a signed contract. I've missed too many potential buyers trying to hold her for people only to have them not follow through with what they agreed. We're in the process of moving so having her gone to a good home would help quite a bit. I would consider trading her for good hay. Continental Baby Jane is a nice little sorrel half-Arabian (Quarab) filly; her only white marking is her star. She has a solid build and may finish out be a pretty good sized mare. Jane is halter broke and ready for more advanced ground work. She has had an Aussie saddle on and did great! She is a quick learner!! I have not been on her since I wanted to make sure her back and knees were strong enough to support a rider safely. She seems to be at that point now, but I just don't have the time to work her right now. She has grown quite a bit over the summer. Picture is from November 28, 2012. Her coat shines like a new copper penny in the sun and she is just lovely. People that see her in person always compliment what a nice head she has. Jane was born on my Grandma's birthday so is named after her. She is a lovable girl and will come up for attention. Jane has an excellent disposition, a curiousity about things, and seems eager to please. I have no doubt that she'll become a fine riding horse if whoever buys her works with and forms a partnership with her. (If I have time, I will start lunging her and putting a saddle blanket on her. Price will go up the longer she is worked and the more done with her.) UPDATE: Jane has shown some fear with very small children (running around and throwing a volleyball). If she were around them more, then she would settle down. She's great for us, but she also knows us. It's important that whoever buys her be patient with her and form a friendship. Once you have that, she'll be fine. I have changed her temperament up to a 2, though she's a 1 for us. Jane has her father's foundation build and easy-going personality. Her sire is solid paint-bred with heavy Quarter Horse breeding, including lines known for producing top work and halter horses. (King, Poco Bueno, Leo, Sugar Bars, Three Bars, Steel Bars, Joe Hancock, Pretty Boy, Doc Bar, Old Sorrel) Jane would make an excellent all-around prospect or trail horse. She will only be offered to an excellent, loving home. Preference given to families interested in showing, 4-H, etc. Can be registered with AIHR after sale. Will be eligible for Half-Arab registration with Arabian Horse Assoc. upon dam's registration. At that time, completed application would be turned over to owner and they could register her if desired. PLEASE HAVE A LOOK AT HER VIDS AND PICS! Additional pics and video available at: https://picasaweb.google.com/LTAColeman/ContinentalBabyJane Her pedigree is available at http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/continental+baby+jane

Shipping Notes:
I do not have a trailer, unfortunately. Buyer will have to pick her up or arrange for professional shipping. UShip.com is an excellent site to get quotes on shipping horses.

Company / Facility:
Colemans Quarabs - I am a small Quarab / American Indian Horse breeder; just two foals a year. They are sired by my sorrel solid paint-bred stallion that has excellent foundation QH lines and that I am sure carries a Sabino gene. The dams are my two black Arabian mares; both with some Egyptian bloodlines as well as Crabbet, Babson, Kellogg, and Davenport. These babies have good temperment, usually face and leg markings, and a good build from their dad. My horses live as a herd in as natural of a setting as I can provide in a pasture with a shed and trees for shelter. They are used to the elements and need no special pampering as some barn babies do. They eat pasture and some sweet feed during warmer months, with alflafa-grass mix hay and sweet feed when pasture grass is not available. Since they live as a group, they know how to socialize with other horses.Please email for more info. Thanks!

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