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Appaloosa Gelding for Sale in North Judson, IN
Amos is the real deal with no tricks, fits, or curve balls! He is a gentle soul who follows you around the pasture and can’t wait to get picked to ride! My kids love him because he always wants a pet and we can trust him as much as any horse we’ve ever had. Amos stands 14.2 with a stout frame. He is a 2019 model registered Appaloosa gelding. He stands squarely on four straight legs and has the bone and foot of a horse much larger. You won’t find a stock horse with smoother transitions and he is sound everyday in every way! Amos has absolutely no vices and he pastures well with any horse and he also stalls well! This cool hand also does not need consistent riding to stay quiet, his easy going demeanor goes with him in every situation and we have been amazed by his quiet approach to any need obstacle or surrounding! We have trail ridden him extensively and hill, rocks, water and wildlife play no factor to his steadfast behavior. He will traverse any terrain you wish to cross. Amos has been started as a team roping horse and has headed many live steers out of the box and is roping the sled on the heel side. Amos has also been exposed to gunfire and has never flinched to the percussion or smoke. Traffic does not bother him and he has ridden many miles on the road. I truly cannot think of one bad thing to say about this great gelding! We hope you enjoy the video and pictures! Please contact Laura Schleg at 574-806-5327 for questions and to set up a time to come try him in North Judson, IN.
About North Judson, IN
The area now known as North Judson was originally Brantwood, a town platted on October 1, 1859 less than a mile northwest of the current town. The town post office was established on September 24, 1860 as North Judson after Adrian Judson, one of the promoters of the Great Chicago and Eastern Railway (originally the Chicago and Cincinnati Railroad and later part of the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad) which had just been laid through the town. The 'North' was likely added to eliminate confusion with downstate Judson, Indiana. The town of North Judson proper was later laid out in 1866 and incorporated in 1888.