5 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Tennessee Walking Gelding for Sale in Danville, IL
Boulder was purchased for a kids lesson program at our stables, but just has too much energy for beginners and my program begins May 6th, so not enough time to bring him around for kids. He is fine for me (an adult who has ridden for decades) but I already have a personal mount and I don't want to turn him into a lesson horse. Goes through puddles, no spook, no buck, loves trails, strong-headed so would be best for an experienced or intermediate rider. Working on getting him to stand still...he just wants to move! Sweet, sweet horse. I know horses are going crazy high right now, but I am just selling him for what I have in him, so don't discount him just because he is not expensive!
About Danville, IL
Danville was founded in 1827 on 60 acres (240,000 m 2) of land donated by Guy W. Smith and 20 acres (81,000 m 2) donated by Dan W. Beckwith. The sale of lots was set for April 10, 1827 and advertised in newspapers in Indianapolis, Indiana and the state capital of Vandalia. The first post office was established in May of the same year in the house of Amos Williams, organizer of Vermilion and Edgar Counties and a prominent Danville citizen.