3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Draft Gelding for Sale in Gardners, PA
*** ONLINE AUCTION *** Place your bid now or use the BUY NOW option Auction ends October 1st $2000 starting Bid Visit our Website for more info, pictures, Video Casper is an approx 14 year old, 17h tall stunning flea bitten grey Percheron Cross Gelding. Looking for a fun, brave Horse that you won’t get bored with then he is the one you’re looking for. Casper is a super sweet Gelding with tons of personality. He will stand in cross ties or single tied to be tacked, brushed, fly sprayed etc. He has no bad stall habits, and can either be stalled or live on turn out. Casper has always been easy to catch in the pasture and gets along with everyone in the herd. He has always been good for the farrier and vet. Loads, hauls and unloads with no issues. The only thing we came across is that he will step away from the mounting block sometimes when mounting. He is a wonderful trail horse, will go anywhere you want him to go, will lead the group or stay in the back. He crosses bridges, water, rocks, logs, you name it. He will lead, follow, go alone, and in groups. He is the perfect balance of whoa and go. He is athletic and will do exactly what is asked of him. No hot or silly behavior. He will walk on the long Rein all day if that’s what you want him to do. Absolutely not spooky, safe on the Road and around Traffic. Casper is safe, and doesn’t need worked daily.
About Gardners, PA
The village of Gardners was originally known as Gardner's Station. In the 1886 it was described as "a modern railroad town on the Gettysburg & Harrisburg Railroad" and a "shipping point for the southern settlements of Huntington and Tyrone Townships". In the intervening years, the rail line was operated by the Reading Railroad and Penn Central Railroad, and currently is operated by the Gettysburg and Northern Railroad. The surrounding area is known for its apple and other fruit orchards. In 1912 a food processing plant was built in Gardners by C.H.