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Grace Buckskin


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Grace may look Bay but she is a she carries the Cream gene. Last year she had a Perlino Foal. DNA confirmed. She is smart and sweet. Enjoys people easy to catch. She has sweet movement. Price includes 30 days professional training. Please go ahead to contact me for more information.

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Breed Morab
Sex Female
Age Adult
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Location: Utica, MN, United States

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The Morab is a breed of horse originally developed through the cross-breeding of Arabian and Morgan horses. The breeding of Morab horses began in the late 1880s with the intent of creating a fine carriage horse that was still substantial enough for moderate farm labor. The modern Morab continues this tradition of paired power and elegance, being both attractive and competitive show animals, and strong but mild-mannered work and family horses.

The first Morab registry was created in 1973. Prior to this, Morabs were primarily undocumented horses bred for type. Many early Morabs were registered with the American Morgan Horse Association, as the Morgan studbook was still open that time, and these horses have since been fully assimilated into the Morgan breed.

Newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst was an avid Morab breeder, and is credited with the creation of the breed name by coining the term, "Morab", as a combination of the names of the parent breeds.

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