Trails, Ranch, Well Bred!
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Lewistown, IL
ONLINE AUCTION Place your bid at PlatinumEquineAuction dot com Auction starts October 30th and ends November 13th $3500 Starting bid Once you are in the presence of Rip and look into his soft kind eyes, you will fall in love with this exceptionally sweet boy. Rip is definitely a people pleaser and loves attention. Rips soft kind eye reflects his personality and disposition. He is always a kind gentleman around the barn and on his back. He will meet you in the pasture and truly enjoys any attention! Rip is a 15.3, 5 yr old, reg AQHA Gelding. He is very fond of people and is always loving and affectionate but respects your space. Rip is a pleasure to ride whether it’s on the trail, in the arena, or doing a job on the farm. Rip is willing and ready for whatever you throw his way. He definitely has more whoa than go, but is very trained and easily takes his correct leads with just a smooch and the minute you say “whoa” he stands like a wooden Indian. Rip easily guides and has a lot of direction one handed. He would make a fun horse to go show in the ranch riding or ranch trail events. His demanding presence will definitely get you noticed in the show pen or out on the trail. We have had him through several obstacle courses and trail challenge competitions! He is a superstar over all the trail obstacles, drags, bridges, and willingly side passes to open the gates and over the logs and does great under pressure. Rip is soft in his face and good in his rib cage. I do believe he would also be amazing in western dressage. He loves long relaxing trail rides and is bombproof outside. Nothing phrases him. We’ve took him on several overnight trail rides where he settles in with ease. Rip is a great confidence builder that is safe for any level of rider. He’s fun out on the ranch and handy enough to do a days work. He enjoys riding out in the big pastures to check fence and cattle. Rip lays down on command. He is easy to catch, shoe, bathe, load and unload. There are no tricks to him. He’s easy to own and wants to be solid citizen in all aspects of owning a horse. He has trust and confidence around blowing tarps, crazy dogs and loud whips cracking. He will boldly cruise down busy highways with traffic and bicycles. He is good around heavy machinery, pigs, annoying mini ponies and donkeys. We have roped the dummy on him and drug many posts on him as well he is good around a rope. We believe Rip could go in absolutely any direction. He has the heart, brains and talent to go do anything horse back. We adore Rip and we know that his new owners will adore him just as much this guy deserves the best home! Please call Wyatt with any questions 6185359966. ONLINE AUCTION Place your bid at PlatinumEquineAuction dot com Auction starts October 30th and ends November 13th $3500 Starting bid
About Lewistown, IL
The city was named for Lewis Ross, the son of a first settler. The Lewistown post office has been in operation since 1831. It contains a tempera on canvas mural titled Lewiston Milestones, painted by Ida Abelman in 1941, depicting the Lincoln–Douglas debates. Murals were produced from 1934 to 1943 in the United States through the Section of Painting and Sculpture, later called the Section of Fine Arts, of the U.S. Treasury Department.