BLM Mustang Yearling Gelding
5 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Mustang Gelding for Sale in Burlington, NC
Price is negotiable. Poker is apart of the NC TIP Challenge and will be ready to go to his new home August 1st though we would like to find him an adopter before then. Poker will be competing July 29 - 31st in Lincolnton NC Poker is UTD on all shots and coggins and will get a health certificate issued to him end of July. Poker stands for farrier. Lunges both directions softly. Trailer loads. Walk trot and canter in hand. Beautiful soft backup. Crossed tons of obstacles with no hesitation. Sidepasses. Pivots. Stands to be bathed. Stands tied and in cross ties. Stands for saddle. Gets along with mares and geldings. Learning currently the lay down, ponying, bow and Spanish walk. Adopter must get approved by the Bureau of Land Management for adoption due to him being a BLM Mustang. NOTE: Poker is a yearling, but exact birth date not known.
About Burlington, NC
Alamance County was created when Orange County was partitioned in 1849. Early settlers included several groups of Quakers, many of which remain active in the Snow Camp area, German farmers, and Scots-Irish immigrants. The need of the North Carolina Railroad in the 1850s to locate land where they could build, repair and do maintenance on its track was the genesis of Burlington, North Carolina. The company selected a piece of land slightly west of present-day Graham. On January 29, 1856, the last spikes were driven into the final tie of the North Carolina Railroad project, uniting the cities of Goldsboro and Charlotte by rail.