Flashy Sorrel and White Paint
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Stallion for Sale in Queen Creek, AZ
Indigo is a good ranch broke horse with lots of experience. He has placed in all 4H Beginner Western Classes his first year of showing in Pleasure, Equitation, and Trail. (Ridden by a timid 10 yr old girl. ) He has a nice extended trot and could go English. Beginners have ridden him with cows and ropes, he was great. He is quiet and enjoys trail rides off the "farm. " Indigo prefers older boys, men, and strong riders. He will test a timid beginner with laziness. He is a very smart horse who likes a job and learns quickly! Needs a good home that will ride him often and keep him working or out on lazy trail rides. UTD on shoeing, spring shots, West Nile, worming and floating! He has put on weight and muscle nicely, with just grass hay, since coming off the ranch last summer (1 st photo) !
About Queen Creek, AZ
From the post office form on file at the National Archives, Queen Creek was originally known as Rittenhouse, the community growing up out of a railroad stop. In 1919 the Queen Creek Farms Company was formed by C. H. Rittenhouse, constructing that railroad stop to ship the goods from the farm. As for the creek it takes its name from, Queen Creek, flowed through Queen Canyon and was named for the Silver Queen Mine, but it was originally called Picket Post Creek.