Trail Gaited Driving Gelding

Tennessee Walking
Blue Roan
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
15.3 hh
Foal Date
August, 2020
United States
Ad Status

Tennessee Walking Gelding for Sale in Lancaster, KY

OPEN BIDDING ON THEHORSEBAY,COM. SALE ENDS ON 02/18 @ 3PM CT. More information is available on the website, including an UTD vet inspection, Coggins, video, images, and the owner's contact information to ask questions, request information, or make arrangements to come to visit. We proudly bring Windwalkers Coal Dust “DUSTY,” a 2-coming 3-year-old registered TWH gelding that stands 15’3 hh. Dusty has such a gentle disposition and loves to please. This gelding has been a joy to train and is willing to try new things without hesitation. He has a head full of sense, the gait, and boy, is he easy on the EYES. He has had days riding with me at Martin’s Pleasure Horses. Dusty will load, unload, tack up, clip, and bathe with ease, & has excellent ground manners. He will park out for mounting when asked. I’d say most anyone could ride him right now, and that’s saying a lot about a young horse. This sweet gelding is easygoing and easy to get along with. Dusty has been eager to please with every ride and has done everything we’ve asked of him. Dusty’s a nice young horse who will only get better with time. He will cross the creeks, mud, logs, etc. He has been ridden around traffic & dogs with no issues. I’ve shot from him while mounted and on the ground, and he’s taken to it quietly. Dusty will ride out alone or with other horses. He will also pull a cart. If you’re looking for a horse that will get you noticed wherever you go, with an in-your-pocket puppy dog personality, this is your guy! Dusty has all the potential in the world and could go in many directions. He’s ready to hit the trails and be someone’s lifelong trail partner.

About Lancaster, KY

In 1797, Captain William Buford donated land for the establishment of a town around the site of Major Andrew Wallace's settlement at Wallace Crossroads. The surveying and platting was completed over the next year by Joseph Bledsoe Jr., and the community was named "Lancaster" for the Pennsylvania town, either because one of its settlers came from there or because the town was designed on a similar plan. The post office was established in 1801 and operated under the name "Lancaster Court House" until 1811. The city was formally incorporated by the state assembly in 1837. As of the census of 2000, there were 3,734 people, 1,585 households, and 1,020 families residing in the city.

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