Palomino 4 Stockings
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Brodhead, KY
ONLINE AUCTION Place your bid at PlatinumEquineAuction dot com Auction ends December 4th $3500 Starting bid Awesome Beau Jangles certainly lives up to his name!!! He is awesome to look at, awesome to ride and has been a pleasure to own over this summer and fall. Beau is a stocky built 15.1-15.2hh, Golden Palomino with dapples and 4 perfect stockings and a blaze!!! He is a registered Paint Quarter horse gelding foaled in 2018 making him a coming 5 year old. Over the summer I have used Beau at the feedyard, hes had a rope thrown off of him, drug out sick calves and been used to doctor on. He has done some sorting, loaded trucks, I’v used him several days at the stockyards penning cattle… nothing gets him shook up, whether it be loud speakers, mad momma cows or an unrulely bull, Beau will stand his ground and keep his composure. In additon to ranch and cow work, I have trail ridden him lots of miles! He has been trail ridden in multiple states and he has saw all sorts of wildlife. He can handle anything that you find on trails from mud to creeks, steep slopes, rocky terrain… he knows what it all is and all you need to do is just set back and let him take care of business. Beau has had some professional training he will rein around and will set down and stop quickly with a good reverse. He has one of the best rocking chair canters that you will set on and he just glides along very slow and collected with ease! Beau is easy to clip, bath, tack-up, load and handle. Beau is not cinchy, cold backed, does not crib or weave. Feel free to call Dillon with any questions 606-308-9905. Located in Brodhead, KY. ONLINE AUCTION Place your bid at PlatinumEquineAuction dot com Auction ends December 4th $3500 Starting bid
About Brodhead, KY
What is now Brodhead was originally a stagecoach stop and drover's stable known as Stigalls Station. When the L&N Railroad reached the area in early 1868, a train station was established, and the town was given its current name. The town is believed to have been named for the contractor responsible for building the rail line in the area, or for Richard Brodhead, a U.S. senator from Pennsylvania.