Beginner Ranch QH

Name
RUSTY
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Gelding
Color
Bay
Temperament
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
14.3 hh
Foal Date
January, 2011
Country
United States
Views/Searches
61/10,473
Ad Status
Available
Price
$4,000

Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Graham, TX

WWW.CLASSICHORSEAUCTION.COM THIS HOSE IS LOCATED Graham, Texas CURRENT BID IS 4000 *****Call for buy now price***** To view health docs, see consignor’s info, how to schedule a meeting to try it out, visit our site… https://classichorseauction.com/auctions/rusty/ FULL VIDEO: https://youtu.be/OyP02adWWfU Here’s the family-friendly, young-suitable, safe gelding that’s on everyone’s radar. Trusty Rusty is a fantastic addition to your barn. He’s a 13yr old grade gelding that is extremely attractive with his deep chestnut color, four white wheels, and long mane and tail! He will surely get you noticed. Rusty is a true gentleman. He’s spent the last three years packing a good young cowboy-kid many miles around the farm and ranch. He is super quiet to be around. He is easy to catch, saddle, bathe, and good with his feet. He’s an easy keeper! He rides quietly out on the trail and has seen tons of rough ranch country. Through the water, down the steep ravines, and even through town-Rusty will take care of you. Rusty neck reins well, moves off your feet, and travels low-headed. Whether you want an easy trail mount, something to take on the play days, or a horse the whole family can enjoy-trusty Rusty is your guy. He’s got a clean bill of health, a new set of shoes and is up-to-date on worming and dental. He’s ready to roll! Please give me a call there’s so much to tell about this fantastic gelding. I would love for you to visit Rusty. Graham, Texas Emily 615-542-4564 Nationwide Shipping Assistance Available Classic Horse Auction 931-224-2968

About Graham, TX

The site was first settled in 1871 by brothers Gustavus A. and Edwin S. Graham, primary shareholders in the Texas Emigration and Land Company of Louisville, Kentucky. The brothers moved to Texas after the Civil War, and after buying 125,000 acres (510 km 2) in then-vast Young County, helped to revitalize the area, the population of which had become badly depleted during the war. During that same year as when Graham was settled, the Warren Wagon Train Raid occurred about 12 miles north of the city.

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