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Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Brodhead, KY
Chic Peppy is a well built 15.1-15.2hh, 9 year old, Sorrel Reg AQHA Gelding. If you want a horse that can do anything that involves a cow, then you have found him! Chic is a finished cutter, he is quick, agile, and knows how to perform in the show pen. He has won money sorting, can walk in a pen and put them out or work the gate either one, he would make a good down the line cowhorse, he would excel in the ranch shows as well, not to mention he has been started on the head and heels. He will do anything that you ask him to around the ranch, pasture rope, pen cattle, will hold one while you doctor it too. He is quiet and gentle for any level of rider and is family safe! He is great on trails and will ride in the rough country. Chic is very gentle to ride, he is fancy and one hand broke, he will spin circles each way, lopes very nice circles, has a big slide stop, will open/shut gates… he has all of the buttons but is very user friendly. 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. Chic is not cinchy, cold backed, does not crib or weave. If you want a versatile horse that will do any job that involves trails or a cow, Chic is the guy 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.