Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Bedford, VA
Skipper is the sweetest in your pocket horse you ever want to meet. He is very quiet on the ground. We were told he has been shown in Western Pleasure, halter, and showmanship. We are selling Skipper because he has some training issues under saddle and we just don't have the time or facility to train him properly. He ties, bathes, clips, and stands for vet and farrier. Loads and trailers like a dream. He is currently pastured with a very dominant mare and gets along with her great. He is UTD on everything. He would be a great project for an advanced amateur or professional. We would prefer a natural horsemanship training home for him. NO Beginners Please! His price is negotiable and we would be interested in trading for a trained Draft Cross Trail Horse.
About Bedford, VA
Bedford was originally known as Liberty, "named after the Colonial victory over Cornwallis at Yorktown." Founded as a village in 1782, Liberty became Bedford County's seat of government, replacing New London which had become part of the newly formed Campbell County. Liberty became a town in 1839 and in 1890 changed its name to Bedford City. In 1912 Bedford reverted to town status, it resumed city status in 1968, and once more it reverted to a town in 2013. Bedford is home to the National D-Day Memorial (despite the "National" in its name, the memorial is owned and operated by a non-governmental, non-profit, education foundation). The United States Congress warranted that this memorial would be the nation's D-Day Memorial and President Bill Clinton authorized this effort in September 1996.