Real Deal Ranch/Trail Horse
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Brodhead, KY
Trapper is a stout built 15-15.1hh, 11 year old, Dun Gelding. If you want a horse that has seen it all and done it all… Trapper is the one that you need! Trapper was born and raised on a ranch in North Dakota where he was used as a working horse around the ranch. Sorting, roping and doctoring sick ones were part of the daily activities for him. He later moved on to work in a stockyards penning cattle and most recently was used as an announcer’s/judges horse at ranch rodeos. Their isn’t much that he hasn’t seen, bright lights, loud noises, big rough country… he has all of the life experiences that anyone would want their next ranch or trail horse to have. Trapper is very gentle to ride, he is fancy and one hand broke, lopes very nice circles, slide stops, will open/shut gates… he has all of the buttons but is always gentle when under saddle. He will cross creeks, ditches, logs and navigate rough rocky areas. He a confident horse on the trails and will lead the crew, head out alone or follow behind with no issues! He 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. Dundee is not cinchy, cold backed, does not crib or weave. If you’re looking for a REAL ranch horse that is ready to go do your job for you… Feel free to call Parker with any questions at 319-242-2815. Located in Brodhead, KY.
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.