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Taraspoonfulofsugar - 14.2, 2010, Bay AQHA Mare

Tara is a elegant, beautifully built, NCHA money earning cutter! Tara has just over $9,000 in NCHA Earnings and has a ton of read of a cow and a big beautiful sweepy stop! She is super correct and stays that way on her own. Just watch her work. She has such nice training!! Tara is a Daughter of Hes a Peptospoonful and out of a CJ Sugar bred mare. She’s quick and athletic yet also will poke around and go slow on a loose rein, taking care of her rider. She is super quiet and seasoned. She would make a great youth or senior mount; she moves smooth and easy to sit. Ruby is ready to show at the weekend cuttings and ranch classes. She has a sweet jog and short lope, on a loose rein. Has pretty turn arounds, side passes, backs up, works a gate, quiet lead changes, does a hard stop whenever asked, neck reins, and will ride around looking fancy on a draping rein. She is an absolute blast to ride on cattle, very light, quick, and responsive; but comfortable. She rates a cow on her own, never gets up on top of them, but will step up to one when asked. Sweet on the ground, gentle and quiet to catch, clip, bathe, tack up, stands for mount and dismount, ties anywhere, great with other horses, hauls great & is super about new places.

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            $12,500                   

 

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