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5 year old Percheron mare for sale in WI
It's been a long two years for me, and I've finally admitted that although I love Queen, she's gotta go. She requires an intermediate rider who's able to handle her safely from the saddle. Nice ground manners, though. I've had plenty of time over the last couple years to work on that.
Anyhow, 17hh, trained to drive single or double (it's been awhile and she'll likely need a refresher), ridden western, been on the trails, longed, etc. Stands for farrier without stocks, clips, bathes....UTD on shots, teeth, feet, current negative Coggins. Easy keeper, barefoot, SOUND, turned out 24/7. VERY nice mare, PlumCreek is the original breeder, but there's currently a hitch in getting her papers from the guy that bought her from PC. Not sure if he'll honor his word or not, but he claims that I can still get them changed over.
Asking $1,800, will consider reasonable offers, though. She needs to go to a good home, first and foremost. Zipcode 53040, southeastern Wisconsin



Sorry it didn't work out for you, TL. It sounds like you gave it a good try, and it's heartbreaking when you love them. She is a beautiful girl and I hope she finds a good home. Don't give up, there is a horse out there who will be right for you.
A good rider has a thinking mind, fine emotions and a sensitive hand.-Tu Yu,72 BC

I know, Montezrider...thanks for the show of support, I just hope she finds a great home where she gets worked to her potential. She can go so many directions right now with the correct training and rider...
She is a beautiful mare. A tough decision for sure.

I know you will find the right person to match with her. Take your time and enjoy the time you have left with her.
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"The best things in life are nearest: Breath in your nostrils, light in your eyes, flowers at your feet, duties at your hand, the path of right just before you. Then do not grasp at the stars, but do life's plain, common work as it comes, certain that daily duties and daily bread are the sweetest things in life. " Author: Robert Louis Stevenson

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