Well Broke Trail Gelding

Name
Beau
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Gelding
Color
Chestnut
Temperament
5 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.1 hh
Foal Date
January, 1998
Country
United States
Views/Searches
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Ad Status
Available
Price
$3,000

Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Mankato, MN

“BEAU” 1997 Foundation bred QH gelding, about 15.1h This sweet guy is the exact example of why knowledgeable horse people will tell you age is experience. Beau is your been there, done that type gelding. Sheriff mounted posse, trails, camping, reining, sorting. His resume is loaded! And don’t let the numbers scare you. He still has some get up and go. Safe and sane minded but best with someone with a touch of confidence due to that. There are many miles ahead for this guy and he sure would love a partner to take along with. Please note his one special need of a higher calorie diet with soft hay and good grass (teeth are going). Besides that, you would never know Beau’s true age. STRONG preference to someone who would be interested in Beau and his pasture buddy (2010 QH/TN gelding, well broke) And please no “he’s too old to be moved” comments. Life doesn’t always follow what we want and this is the hardest decision for his owner. I bought one of my very best lesson horses at age 21 and I will be forever grateful someone was willing to let his experience be shared with others. Located near Mankato, MN
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About Mankato, MN

Mankato was the basis for Deep Valley in Maud Hart Lovelace's Betsy-Tacy series of children's books and novels. The children/young adult wing of the Blue Earth County Library is named in her honor. In Sinclair Lewis's 1920 novel Main Street , heroine Carol Milford is a former Mankato resident. Lewis describes Mankato as follows: "In its garden-sheltered streets and aisles of elms is white and green New England reborn", alluding to its many migrants from New England, who brought their culture with them. Lewis wrote a substantial portion of the novel while staying at the J.W.

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