CatJumpOverTheRey ~14.2, 2009, Sorrel AQHA Mare

CatJumpOverTheRey ~14.2, 2009, Sorrel AQHA Mare

Information
  • Horse Name: CatJumpOverTheRey
  • Price: $15,000
  • Location: Dallas, TX
  • Breed: Quarter Horse
  • Gender: Mare
  • Height: 14.2 Hands
  • Color: Sorrel
  • Foal Date:
  • Temperament: 2 (1=Bombproof, 10=Hot)

Description

Rey is a stocky built, athletic cutter and finished reined cowhorse! She is super correct and stays that way on her own. She has a great build making her job easy for her. She is finished and easy to ride. She is an Own Daughter of Dual Rey and out of a High Brow Cat mare. She is as quick and athletic as they get, also will poke around and go slow on a loose rein, taking care of her rider. Can't say enough good about this mare, she is a special one that whoever gets will want to hold on to for a long time. She can do any job. She can go show in the versatility classes and win. She is a finished team penner and sorter. She would make an awesome mounted shooter. She would make an awesome high school rodeo horse(barrels, poles, breakaway, goats, cutting) And she is awesome outside on the trails! She has a sweet jog and short lope, gets around correct on her own when you ask for turn arounds, side passes, backs up, works a gate, pretty little quiet lead changes, melts into 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, not too touchy/sensitive. Super sweet on the ground, gentle and quiet to catch, bathe, tack up, stands for mount and dismount, ties anywhere, great with other horses, hauls like a pro, and super about new places and situations. Watch her videos - everybody loves this girl! This is the finished horse most riders need.

Pedigree

Dual Rey Dual Pep Peppy San Badger
Miss Dual Doc
Nurse Rey Wyoming Doc
Jay Moss
Catjumpedovertheboon High Brow Cat High Brow Hickory
Smart Little Kitty
Comonici Boon Bar
Moco Herd
Sire, Dam

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