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Beamer

Beamer

Breed Quarter Horse Contact Phoebe Parham
Gender Mare Phone 971-813-97
Age 11 y.o. Location Scappoose, OR
Height 15.2 hands
Color Palomino Country United States
Registration AQHA
Price $3,000 OBO (USD) Email Click here to email seller
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Description

Beamer is a purebred American quarter horse, born and raised in Oregon. I have had her since she was 4 and now she is 11. we have grown up together and she was my partner in crime. We participated in 4h and gaming together and she is a blue ribbon winner and a champion gamer. She's come along way since we found each other. She is entirely broke to the point you can just jump right on bareback and go. Sometimes however she can get an attitude, which I've learned to understand is pretty common in mares, she can be entirely testy and you just have to stand up to her and put her back in her place. You can go anywhere on her, but if it a new place you might be in for some spooks. She doesn't bite, kick, or buck, throw her head, rare, or bolt. The only thing she has ever done is crow hop and she hasn't done that since the day I got her. She is trained western but she has great potential to be trained in English riding, she has the control and collection, she's good with patterns and has the form for it. She's not in the shape she used to be but with a good work out plan she can do anything. I have had inexperienced riders on her, kids, my grandma, 3 kids at a time; and she just takes it with stride. Over the last 2 years I've been trying to get my life together and at 20 theirs a lot, and I haven't been able to spend as much time with her as I should, I don't ride as much either. But with Beamer being as incredible as she is I did hop on her bareback after months of not riding and went for a 20 minute ride with my one year old nephew and she was a little out of breath for not being in shape but we didn't have a problem. Beamer gets along with other horses she does tend to be dominant but she fits in great. The number one thing I have always had problems with and cant seem to fix is hauling her, in slant loads she does infinitely better but put her in a front load and she will dance the hole time. She tends to rack up injuries including but not limited too: scratching up her legs, ripping off shoes, and rubbing the top of her tail entirely raw. I have figured out that she doesn't need shoes (she tends to lose them fast anyways) and wrap her legs and put a light blanket on her and she is better. Beamer would be good for all types of riders, but her owner should be experienced with horses, she would be great for kids but needs someone there to keep her in line.

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