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Hip #11  – Art of the Cowgirl Elite Horse Sale
2018 Red Roan Mare – 6 Panel N/N

14.2 hh – 1100 lbs
Bet Hesa Cat x Seven S Indian Maid x Hickorys Indian Pep

Seven S Gypsy Soul, or Moab, is as sweet and fancy as they come! Bred by the Stuart Ranch, this strong, pretty mare is friendly and very gentle. She has NRCHA and club cutting earnings, and is also an absolute joy to enjoy on the ranch or trail. Moab is by 7.6 million dollar sire Bet Hesa Cat and out of Seven S Indian Maid, a daughter of Hickorys Indian Pep.

Look for her in the World’s Greatest Horsewoman!

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Trying (and buying!) a Syringa Bend Horse:

I’m here to help every step of the way. Full x-rays are available on Moab and any additional pre-purchase with your vet or mine is welcome. Art of the Cowgirl Elite Horse Sale also includes a pre-sale exam by their veterinarian and all results will be available to view in the sale office.

I also encourage people to set up a time to try my horses ahead of the sale! You’re welcome at my facility in Adrian, OR (1 hour west of Boise), or please contact me to set up a time in Arizona. Please note that I’ll be showing Moab in the World’s Greatest Horsewoman, so I encourage seriously interested buyers to set up a time before Art of the Cowgirl so she has plenty of time to rest during the show and sale. Her well-being is very important to me!

Trainers and buyer’s agents: I’m familiar with all the work you do helping your clients find the perfect horse and it’s so appreciated! Give me a call to discuss my ideas for making sure you’re rewarded for everything that goes into a successful sale.

Give me a call, text, or email and I’ll answer any questions!

The arena stuff:

Moab is my favorite fence horse–I’ve even done a bridleless fence work on her! She’s confident and gritty, but still easy to manage. She has NRCHA earnings, as well as club cutting earnings. Moab is a huge stopper, good lead changer, lopes cute circles, and is easy to turn. She has been in the bridle since late summer, but has never been shown in it and is still Two Rein eligible. She’s an athletic, gorgeous, and well-trained mare with no holes. I think she’d excel with a Non Pro, either down the fence or in the boxing, or she could continue on in the Open. She’s also been roped on out of the box and would be an outstanding prospect in any roping event.

The outside stuff:

Moab has roped mean bulls out on the desert, been to countless brandings, and has doctored yearlings in the pen and pasture. I also enjoyed another Horse Girl Summer with her, loping around bareback, swimming, and enjoying the beautiful country around here. She’s a very well-rounded horse that knows how to travel outside and would suit a trail rider equally as well as a show home. Why not do both?

The good citizen stuff:

Moab is sound, sane, and kind. She requires no maintenance and has great feet. She’s easy to catch in the pasture and keeps a very tidy stall. I’ve trusted her with a lot over the three years I’ve owned her, including packing people who have never ridden. She’s been hauled a lot and eats and drinks well on the road. This a safe, straightforward, gorgeous, and royally bred mare with absolutely no holes!

The Art of the Cowgirl Elite Horse Sale is an invitational horse sale open to select horsewomen that have formed a positive relationship with Art of the Cowgirl through sales or competition. Syringa Bend is honored to be included among an elite group of horsewomen and outstanding horses!

The sale will be held on January 20th in Queen Creek, AZ as part of the Art of the Cowgirl. Phone and online bidding is available in addition to in-person.