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Warmblood Gelding for Sale in Springfield, MO
Meet Blaze. This gorgeous guy is ready to sweep you off your feet! Blaze is a 16.2hh 5 year-old chestnut Dutch Warmblood. He’s got all the looks with his 4 whites and a beautiful blaze. He’s been a dream to work with and is so willing to please. He has the best and most sensible mind you will find! He is easy to catch and adores people! He stands quiet for grooming, tacking, and bathing. Blaze is confidently jumping courses! He’s not one to look at the jumps and will gladly help his rider find the distance. He will jump around inside or out. He holds a steady canter around the course but is overall more of a push ride. He jumps in amazing form while being smooth over the fence. He is well schooled on the flat, his gaits are calm and collected just as anyone would wish. He’s going to make a great hunter or even an amazing dressage prospect. Blaze has been trail ridden all over Michigan, he’s sure footed and knows what he’s doing. He has been on several hunter paces and has great potential to be a hunt horse. Blaze is not only a great horse for English, but Western is his second language. He’s easy on your hands and takes to your leg like a pro. This boy loves the attention, especially if it includes treats. In particular, he loves cheeze its! Blaze is very tolerant and loves to please his rider. He is fun for an advanced rider but happy to teach a new or nervous rider. He’s the type you can climb on and feel safe and secure! His video is a must see as you will see various riders in a multitude of situations. You do not need to be a pro to get along with this boy. Blaze lives in Springfield MO 65802. Give Ellesse Schwartz a call or text at 248-390-6831 to talk about him.
About Springfield, MO
The origin of the city's name is unclear, but the most common view is that it was named for Springfield, Massachusetts by migrants from that area. One account holds that James Wilson, who lived in the then unnamed city, offered free whiskey to anyone who would vote for the name Springfield, after his hometown in Massachusetts. The editor of the Springfield Express, J. G. Newbill, said in the November 11, 1881 issue: "It has been stated that this city got its name from the fact of a spring and field being near by just west of town.