Lanky , Gentle Yearling AQHA reg. Colt

Quarter Horse
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
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Foal Date
United States
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Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Buford, GA

I'm hanging my head because my mama says I don't take a very good picture. I'm kinda leggy and lean right now while I'm growin', cause I have to catch up with my mom who's 15. 2 1 / 2 hands tall and my dad who's 15. 1 h. I'm the tallest yearling at my farm. I'm easy to catch; I've already worn a saddle. I even know how to tie, lunge and walk on the walker. I've got my mom's deep red color, but since my dad's a palomino, I think my mane is going to be flaxen. I've got good straight legs and great feet. Did I tell you I'm registered? Come see me cause my mama says I'm old enough to leave home now and go be somebody's very own horse. Oh, they call me Vince.

About Buford, GA

Buford appears in historical records beginning in the early 19th century. The area that is now Buford was originally part of Cherokee territory. Despite the treaty in 1817 that ceded the territory to the United States and Gwinnett County's legislative establishment in 1818, the area was still largely inhabited by the Cherokee until the 1830s. The first non-Native Americans moved to the Buford area in the late 1820s or early 1830s, although the Buford area was not largely settled by them until the 1860s. During the post-Civil War construction of the extended Richmond and Danville Railroad System in 1865, railroad stockholders Thomas Garner and Larkin Smith purchased land around the railroad's right-of-way and began developing the city of Buford.

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