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Pretty-faced Quarab Colt Free To Good Home

Quarab Horses for Sale in Montrose, Iowa

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Shant
 
Markings:
Star, Socks
 
Color:
Black
 
Breed:
Quarab
 
Birthday:
May 1, 2011
 
Sex:
Colt
 
Height:
0.0 hh
 
Weight:
0.0 lbs
 
Registry:
N/A
 
Reg:
N/A
 
In Foal:
 
Temperament:
2 / 10
 
Last Update:
10/11/2017
 
 
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. Shant (Armenian for "thunderbolt") is a nice yearling colt. He will eventually have a black coat, though he is more of a dark bay currently. Shant has a good disposition and a very pretty face. Shant's right front knee is a little bigger than the left, but his legs are straight and he has no problems running. I can not guarantee his soundness. As such, he is up for adoption to a good home. He would make a great companion. Shant is available for free to a good home with a signed adoption agreement where adopter agrees that if they decide not to keep him, then he comes back to me or to another approved home. This is to insure that he is in a loving home. If you have a problem with that, then don't waste my time or yours. Agreement is non-negotiable!
 

Shipping Notes:
I do not have a trailer, unfortunately. Buyer will have to pick him 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!

Member Information
Name:La Tisha
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