12 Y/O Eventing Gelding, QH, Bay Roan, 14.3HH.
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Kaysville, UT
Prince Sage is a dream children's horse, but would be excellent for an adult rider too. He has a ground covering walk, smooth jog, steps forward when asked to trot, and an easy-to-ride canter/lope. He has shown western pleasure, USWRCA events, dressage, jumping, and eventing. He is an excellent trail horse as well, will lead or follow, is brave over water and brush, and can go for hours, even keeping up with TWC's and other gaited horses. He is easy to handle, clips, ties, and bathes well. Good feet, bone structure, and head. He is an easy keeper, has never foundered, never colicked. Asking $3200, willing to consider serious offers. Due to owner moving out of state, looking to sell quickly. Email email@example.com for more details.
About Kaysville, UT
Shortly after Latter Day Saint pioneers arrived in 1847, the Kaysville area, originally known as "Kay's Creek" or Kay's Ward, was settled by Hector Haight in 1850 as a farming community. He had been sent north to find feed for the stock and soon thereafter constructed a cabin and brought his family to settle the area. Farmington, Utah also claims Hector Haight as its original settler. Two miles north of Haight's original settlement, Samuel Holmes built a cabin in 1849 and was soon joined by other settlers from Salt Lake, namely Edward Phillips, John Green, and William Kay. Although settlement began in the 1840s, the name of Kaysville connects with the fact that in 1851 William Kay was made the bishop in the vicinity by Brigham Young and Heber C.