Beautiful Gelding Needs A Job
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Kansas City, MO
I am selling my registered 6 year old Quarter Horse gelding. Selling because I am not able to give him the time he deserves anymore nor can I afford owning one anymore. He is 15hh. No buck, bite or kick. Stands for farrier, bathing, etc. Will go about anywhere you direct him, just needs miles on him and some more desensitizing to things. Rides along roads with cars, used to dogs, etc. For example, we have some construction going on near our barn and he snorts around at the cones in the road. Doesn't bolt or anything when scared but it takes him a few times to pass something for him to get used to it. He has a wonderful soft trot and canter. He could go into pretty much any discipline someone would direct him in. Barrel racing, western pleasure, trail riding, reigning, etc. He prefers a hackamore over a bit. He will be taking his hackamore, fly mask and winter blanket with him. He is also very easy to catch, most of the time he will walk right up to you and start neighing at you. He's like a big puppy and will follow you around wherever you go if you let him. I would not be selling him if I still had the time and money. I want him to go to a good home that will spoil him and not just let him waste out in a pasture his whole life. I will say I wouldn't put a beginner on him, he can be a tad stubborn sometimes and can sometimes crow hop but nothing someone can't handle. When he first gets to know you he can try and get his bluff in but once he knows who's boss, it's smooth riding from there. Again, he does not buck or anything, but can crow hop at first so if you aren't affraid of that then he will do fine once he knows his limits. He is a one person kind of horse, once he knows who's dominant hes a wonderful little guy. Serious Inquiries ONLY please! No tire kickers. Please email me with any questions or you would like to come check him out.
About Kansas City, MO
Kansas City, Missouri was incorporated as a town on June 1, 1850, and as a city on March 28, 1853. The territory straddling the border between Missouri and Kansas at the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri rivers was considered a good place to build settlements. The Antioch Christian Church, Dr. James Compton House, and Woodneath are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The first documented European visitor to Kansas City was Étienne de Veniard, Sieur de Bourgmont, who was also the first European to explore the lower Missouri River.