4yr old Double Registered Gelding
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Wonewoc, WI
"Shooter" has over 90+ days training. Some has been for pleasure. has been rode by beginners under supervision and is extreamly well behaved for a yougster. He has bloodlines like no other with Cheyenne Badger and Two Eyed Jack righ on them. He is mainly used as Trail but could go pleasure. He leads, ties, clips, bathes, crosses water, is hard to spook and trailers like a dream. He is the first to you in pasture. He is road and traffic safe. And used to all farm equipment, along with dogs and cattle. He needs a job!! Sadley selling because i just don't have time for him, with a baby one the way and a mare due to foal about the same time, he is just too good to sit in pasture all spring and summer until i start riding again. Shooter is AQHA and IBHA registered. Price is negotaible
About Wonewoc, WI
The name “Wonewoc” is of Indigenous American origin, probably meaning "howling hills". However, at the time of colonization, the site and subsequent town were known to the native Hocąk (Winnebago) people as Wonį́wąk, which in their language means, "wicked, bad." How this site received such a name is lost to prehistory. George and Lucinda Willard first settled the area in 1851. The town was incorporated as a village in 1878, and once the railroad was built village growth exploded. The population of the town was largely settled by Yankee colonists from New England, according to the 1860 census.