Flashy Red Dun Gelding Very Well Broke
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Hopkinsville, KY
Very good broke gelding. He was started as a reiner until his owner developed health issues and had to sell him. We purchased him and have been using him at the stockyard pushing cattle and trail riding. Johhny is certainly quiet enough for the beginners to ride. We only brand a select few of our horses each year and we thought enough of this gelding to put our brand on his left hip. Sound in every way with no bad habits. No spook or buck in him, just the willingness to want to ride. Please call with any questions. Reasonable hauling is available. Thank you.
About Hopkinsville, KY
The area of present-day Hopkinsville was initially claimed in 1796 by Bartholomew Wood as part of a 1,200-acre (5 km 2) grant for his service in the American Revolution. He and his wife Martha Ann moved from Jonesborough, Tennessee, first to a cabin near present-day W. Seventh and Bethel streets; then to a second cabin near present-day 9th and Virginia streets; and finally to a third home near 14th and Campbell. Following the creation of Christian County the same year, the Woods donated 5 acres (20,000 m 2) of land and a half interest in their Old Rock Spring to form its seat of government in 1797. By 1798, a log courthouse, jail, and "stray pen" had been built; the next year, John Campbell and Samuel Means laid out the streets for "Christian Court House".