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Canowindra's Gemini Warning ("Gem")

Rocky Mountain and Kentucky Mountain Horse Mare
Classic Champagne 
ICHR# KM2003-0530   

offered for sale by:

Kamela Warren
6605 Brittanywood Dr
Delton MI 49046 USA
mountainsporthorse@gmail.com
http://www.mountainsporthorse@gmail.com

Canowindra's Gemini Warning is a classy 8 year old registered and certified Rocky Mountain and Kentucky Mountain Horse mare.  Gemini is also registered with the International Champagne Horse Registry.

Gemini has been ridden in a hackamore on the road when she was 4 years old. She has been ridden near the highway, into town, on trails, through water, over bridges, up and down embankments etc. She has had extensive groundwork done since she was 5 months old. She has had some Pat Parelli work with her as well. She is not bothered by cars honking their horns, car alarms going off, lawn mowers etc.  Gemini stands, without being tied, to be tacked up, groomed, feet cleaned. She bathes, clips, ties, trailers, goes in the pond, put tarps and umbrellas over her, bounce balls off of her, is great with the farrier. Gemini is UTD on shots including west nile, UTD on farrier and worming. 

Gem had a GORGEOUS Dark Chocolate (black silver) foal with perfect conformation last year.

Gem is stunning, turning heads wherever she goes, and is eager to please you.

At 15.2H,  1000lbs, born June of 2003 in Ontario, this is a very RARE Classic Champagne Rocky Mountain and Kentucky Mountain Certified to breed mare!

"This horse has it all!"

Price:  $6,800


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