Finished Cutter Appaloosa
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Whitesboro, TX
ONLINE AUCTION Place your bid at PlatinumEquineAuction dot com Auction ends November 27th $3500 Starting bid Who wants to stand out? “Ike” is a special and extremely unique individual that draws attention everywhere he goes! He’s a big, powerful, cowy horse with all the color you could dream of! He stands about 15 hands tall and is STRONG! He is in the prime of his life at 7 years old and sired by the famous Earthquake Ike. This horse has had a very successful show career already! He is the 2019 & 2020 Appaloosa WORLD CHAMPION cutting horse and he won reserve in 2018. His show record is a mile long. Over the last few months, he has either won or placed second at every show we’ve taken him to! Usually, he is the only Appaloosa at the show and he is winning, against quarter horses. He is in show shape and ready to go for you! Not only is Ike a great show horse, he is just an all around, awesome ride! No matter whether you want to show, take him to the trails, ranch shows, or even could make him a rope horse, Ike is sure to make you fall in love. He is suitable for any level of rider. He is good to bathe, clip, haul, catch, pick up feet, worm, etc. He will lay down on command. When I say he’s cool, I mean it! This horse has a long life & a bright future ahead of him. He’s spent a lot of his life in the winners circle already. This horse is gonna go be successful no matter where he ends up! Get yourself a handy horse that will get you noticed EVERYWHERE you go! You will be the only person out there with one like him. 📍 Ike is located in Whitesboro, Texas 🏆 Ike is currently in the running for our local cutting association’s high point year end award and he will continue to be shown until sale date. ⭐️ Ike has a full set of CLEAN X-Ray’s available for viewing. 📞 For more information, call Whitney at (916)547-1198 ONLINE AUCTION Place your bid at PlatinumEquineAuction dot com Auction ends November 27th $3500 Starting bid
About Whitesboro, TX
The area was once known as "Wolfpath". The first settler in the area was Robert Diamond, but the settlement of Wolfpath began with the arrival of Ambrose B. White and his family in 1848. The Butterfield Overland Mail route used White's Westview Inn as the "Diamond Station" on its trail from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Coast from 1858 to 1861. A post office, under the name "Whitesborough", began operations there in 1860.