Smooth Gaited Trail Horse

Tennessee Walking
Black Overo
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
15.0 hh
Foal Date
February, 2016
United States
Ad Status

Tennessee Walking Gelding for Sale in Jamestown, KY

ONLINE AUCTION Place your bid at PlatinumEquineAuction dot com Auction ends December 4th $3500 Starting bid A Painters Touch is a well built, 15hh, 6 yr old, Black/White Tobiano Gelding! Painter has been with a family where he has been ridden lots of miles. He has been to some Saturday night fun shows and has seen the bright lights, heard the loud speakers and been around crowds of people. He is steady anywhere you take him from the rail the trail. He has a natural runwalking gait where he will shake his head and will also Rack, both of which are very smooth! He has been ridden around farm equipment, ATV’s, over large noisy tarps and has also had guns shot off of his back. On the trails he is always great! Painter has been exposed to all kinds of wildlife such as deer or turkey or other animals like cows or dogs and will go anywhere that he is asked too. He has been rode many miles in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky and encountered every obstacle possible on the trail. He will go up or down even the steepest slopes, across deep creeks, over downed trees, and over all types of rough terrain while still being sure footed. He has been rode in traffic, and is very traffic safe around cars, semi, log, and dump trucks. He has a great personality and a great attitude about whatever he is asked to do. In addition to all of that he has a good start on doing tricks This Painter has all the right strokes!!! Feel free to call Jake 270-566-3465 with any questions. Located in Jamestown, KY. ONLINE AUCTION Place your bid at PlatinumEquineAuction dot com Auction ends December 4th $3500 Starting bid

About Jamestown, KY

The community was established in 1826 to be the seat of the newly formed Russell County. It was briefly known as Jacksonville in honor of General Andrew Jackson, who had just won a plurality of the popular vote during the 1824 presidential election but lost the runoff in the House of Representatives, largely because of the " corrupt bargain" struck by Henry Clay and John Quincy Adams. However, an anti-Jacksonian party loyal to Clay came into power the same year and the post office was established in November as Jamestown after local landowner James Wooldridge, who (together with his brother John) had donated 110 acres of land for the town. The act of the state legislature incorporating the city in December continued this name, which the city has used since. As of the census of 2000, there were 1,624 people, 662 households, and 421 families residing in the city.

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