Paint mare, Coca for sale

We have 23 horses for sale.  Coca is one of our core horses and we have had her for 6 year.  We purchased her from Jerald Sams, an APD mounted patrol officer who’s son lost interest in riding.  Coca can be papered APHA, but we have not gone through the process to do so and so she is priced accordingly at $4500.  Coca is approved for walk, trot and canter for beginners and has been on thousands and thousands of rides.  She reins English and Western.  Coca was used in a children’s hunter program for three years when we were operating out of the Round Rock/Hutto location.  Throw a rope off her, open a gate, pony a horse, pull a log, ride on the road or at nighttime with this over paint mare, approximately 14’2 hands and 13 years old.

Blue, orange and green summer pool noodles create the perfect horseback riding obstacle, as demonstrated by youth play day rider on APHA mare, Coca
Try out the play day obstacles like this colorful noodle wall with Coca, as well as a balance platform.

 

youth equestrian handles 2018 APHA foal for sale at dude ranch in Austin Texas
Shadow is Coca’s 2018 colt, Shadow.  He is also available.

 

 

Smiling little girl on cute flaxen mane pony standing in the water with mother, mounted on gorgeous black and white paint mare for sale in San Marcos, Texas
Coca and Texas, who has passed, pictured in Brushy Creek where we did rides in Round Rock and Hutto.

 

Coca, an excellent family horse, is available for acquisition.  Paint mare for sale located in the Austin, Texas area.  Currently she is at our Lockhart location.  APHA for sale.

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