Elegant and Sweet 2006 Black Colt - Gait
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Peruvian Paso Stallion for Sale in Burns, OR
Nicknamed Scamper, this darling colt is sweet and well - natured. He is a quick learner who thrives on attention and is both calm and curious in disposition. Very nice, smooth and elegant gait. Should mature at least 15 hh. Both parents are black, 11- year - old sire was Reserve Champion Junior Stallion the only time shown and dam is 21. His dam is available as well, and could be available in 3- in -1 package. Should make any home proud, will definately be a flashy head turner with striking looks and gait, gait, gait! This colt is priced to sell quickly. Buyer has opportunity to name. Seller had a traumatic back injury which prevents much work with horses, so must liquidate! Please view my other ads, and contact me for more information. Discount for multiple purchases or package deals on my other colts or fillies I have available.
About Burns, OR
Archeologists have found evidence of human habitation in the general vicinity of Burns from as early as 10,000 years ago. Members of the contemporary Burns Paiute Tribe of Harney County, descended mainly from the Wadatika band of Paiutes, were hunter-gatherers throughout central and southern Oregon. The Wadatikas were named after the wada seeds collected as food from near Malheur Lake. Their territory covered about 5,300 square miles (14,000 km 2) from the Cascade Range to near Boise and from the southern Blue Mountains to south of Steens Mountain. Scattered in the 19th century by clashes with white settlers and soldiers and through forced removal to distant reservations, some of the Paiutes eventually returned to Harney County.