Registered Dartmoor Mare
- 2 years ago
- For Sale
Important Please note that this advert has been closed and the pet is no longer available.
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Registered bay Dartmoor mare.
11 years old. Super temperament.
Companion or brood mare. Bred some
lovely foals. Quiet to handle.
Great with children but can’t be ridden.
Passport and tetanus.
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