Buckskin Gelding

Name
Jasper
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Gelding
Color
Buckskin
Temperament
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.1 hh
Foal Date
April, 2019
Country
United States
Views/Searches
998/29,593
Ad Status
Available
Price
$3,000

Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Rolla, MO

Only once in a lifetime will you find a horse like this! An absolute gentleman, in the prettiest buckskin color! Meet Jasper the horse you’ve been dreaming of! This is a gorgeous, powerfully built, 5-year-old, buckskin gelding, that stands perfectly at 15.1 hands and weighs 1200 lbs. We’ve owned Jasper since he was a weanling and brought his training along steady and correctly. No vices, no issues, and 100% sound. Ties, bathes, loads, and catches easily. He’s great on the trail, or in the arena, and loves to go to work! We’ve hauled him all over.He has great style and a beautiful natural headset. Jasper has been used to pony colts and has been ridden around cattle. You can swing a rope off of him or carry a flag. He has roped the hot heels and also done some ranch roping. He has some fun tricks too! Jasper will lay down and sit on cue. You can ride him bareback, or bridleless if you like? This fine gelding is one of the most tolerant horses you’ll ever meet and is safe around kids. We’ve had riders of all skill levels on him and he just drops his head, and steps into an easy gait that’s comfortable for anyone! He has a wonderful walk, an easy slow jog and a smooth lope. Jasper knows all the maneuvers including the side pass, spins, backup, and lead changes. He knows how to rate off your seat and will nail his transitions smoothly. Jasper is great on the obstacle course as well. He crosses bridges both in the arena and on the trail. One of the things we love about Jasper is his huge personality. He keeps everyone smiling around here

About Rolla, MO

The first European-American settlers in Phelps County arrived in the early 19th century, working as farmers and iron workers along the local rivers, such as the Meramec, the Gasconade, and the Little Piney. In 1844, John Webber built the first house in what became the City of Rolla. Nine years later, railroad contractor Edmund Ward Bishop, considered to be the founder of Rolla, settled in the area. The state officially established Rolla as a town in 1858. Two stories account for how Rolla was named.

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