Great Western Pleasure/Trail Horse
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Clarence, NY
He is 4 yrs old, so I consider him a little green, he will go anywhere you point him (ditches, water, road, etc) . He will lead or follow. He would do best with an advanced rider to finish him. I would not consider him a little kids horse or a real beginners horse right now, but he is learning quickly, he just keeps getting better and with a few more "miles" he could be an "anybody" horse. His ground manners are excellent and he handles easily (grooms, clips, bathes, loads and trailers, stands for farrier (he is bare foot) and vet) . UTD on vaccinations and worming, teeth floated 7 / 19 / 06. He is respectful to people and well socialized with other horses. He is sound and healthy. Sweet guy to good home only.
About Clarence, NY
The local Native Americans called the area Ta-Num-No-Ga-O, which means "Place of Hickory Bark". Clarence was the first town to be established in Erie County (1808), and many other towns, villages, and cities have been formed from parts of this original town. In 1810, the town of Buffalo, from which the city of Buffalo later originated, was divided out of Clarence. Then in 1823, Newstead and Alden were formed respectively from the east and south parts of Clarence. Then finally in 1833, Lancaster was also formed from the town.