One Of a Kind Draftcross Gelding

Blue Roan
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
15.3 hh
Foal Date
May, 2018
United States
Ad Status

Draft Gelding for Sale in Roosevelt, UT

Boomer is Lot#32 in the SMB Holiday Select Online Horse Sale. He is located in Ballard Ut and is available to come ride and check out. We will not sell him prior to the sale. 🎥 🎥www.smb horse Meet Boomer! If safe, sound, big, and beautiful is on your checklist for a dream horse, Boomer is your guy. He is a 2018 gelding and he stands at a perfect size of 15.3 and weighs about 1450 lbs. Boomer's sire is a Percheron/Belgium, and his mom is a Quarter horse. He has the best personality. He will meet you at the gate every time. He loves to lay his head on your chest and get attention and love. Boomer is the very essence of safe and sound. He has more whoa than go, but don’t let that fool you. He will lope around beautifully on a loose rein, stop off of your seat, and turn around bridle-less. He has been kid-tested and mother-approved! Our boys have fully put Boomer through the safety test. They enjoy giving their mama a heart attack while using him as a jungle gym. They have even taken Boomer to the park to play! Watch his video; not only will you be entertained, but you can genuinely see how gentle he is. He can lay down for easy mounting and dismounting. We have used Boomer for trail riding, packing, ranch work, and pleasure riding. He is the total package for someone looking for an easy keeper, an enjoyable ride, kind, personable, and gentle horse. Boomer is up to date on all his wormers and vaccinations. He will come with a completely clean bill of health and X-rays available to view. We live in beautiful Utah and would love for you to come to our place before the sale to ride Boomer and fully appreciate how fantastic he is! Please give us a call for more information on this one-of-a-kind gelding. 801-391-7940.

About Roosevelt, UT

In 1905, by an act of Congress, the unallotted land of the Ute Indian Reservation was opened to homesteading. Several thousand hopeful 20th-century pioneers congregated in Provo and Grand Junction with the hope of successfully drawing lots for a homestead in a fertile region of the soon-to-be-opened lands. Throughout the fall and winter of 1905-06, the settlers came to the Uinta Basin. The town of Roosevelt was founded in early 1906 when Ed Harmston turned his homestead claim into a townsite and laid out plots. His wife named the prospective town in honor of the president of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt.

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