Beautiful AQHA Buckskin Gelding
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Westville, OK
Buster has been handled since birth and is an easy catch and smooth ride. He goes out on his own or with other horses. He crosses water, goes thru the woods. Walk up to him any where in the field and put a rope on him or just give him a hug! He is an easy keeper and very laid back. He is UTD on shots, worming and coggins. He loads, bathes, clips easily. He stands for the farrier and for all grooming. I expect this man will make a better horse as he gets older and more experience. As he is just a two year old, I would not recommend him to a new or beginning rider. Call or e - mail for any questions or more pictures. I love this guy, have raised him since birth and will love to tell you anything about him.
About Westville, OK
Before statehood, Westville was a community in the Goingsnake District of the Cherokee Nation. The town was founded in 1895, when the Kansas City, Pittsburg and Gulf Railroad (later acquired by the Kansas City Southern Railroad) was constructing a rail line from Kansas City to the Gulf Coast. The Westville post office was established on November 18, 1895. The town name honored Jim West, who lived one mile south of nearby Cincinnati, Arkansas, and whose son, Jim West, Jr., was an attorney for the Kansas City Southern Railway. When Adair County was formed in 1907, Westville was identified as the county seat, due partly to its location at the intersection of two major railroads: the Kansas City Southern Railway and the St.