Standing Until Sold!!!
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Arabian Stallion at Stud in Lake Havasu City, AZ
1995 U. S. Reserve National ChampionNative Costume, 1992 Youth NationalTop Ten English Pleasure 14-17, 1992 U. S. National Top TenInformal Combination & MultipleChampionships at the Regional andClass "A" Level Tribaskis an elegant veteran show horse, with numerous U. S. National, Regional and Class "A"Championships in open and amateurclasses, including Native Costume, English Pleasure, Pleasure Driving, Country English Pleasure, CountryPleasure Driving and InformalCombination. Add a little eleganceto your breeding program withthis proven performance stallion, Tribask. Tribask is offered atstud until sold! Contact: Owner - Joe Nigliaccio at (928) 855-4***4 or Graphics / Web Designer - LorieKuntz at (928) 855- 3068 for moreinformation.
About Lake Havasu City, AZ
The community first started as an Army Air Corps rest camp, called "Site Six". during World War II on the shores of Lake Havasu. In 1958, American businessman Robert P. McCulloch purchased 3,353 acres (13.57 km 2) of property on the east side of the lake along Pittsburgh Point, the peninsula that eventually would be transformed into "the Island". After four years of planning, McCulloch Properties acquired another 13,000 acres of federal land in the surrounding area.