Athletic Appaloosa/Thoroughbred Cross
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Appaloosa Stallion for Sale in Scotia, NY
This guy has wonderful potential. He has nice thick, long legs. He has the bone structure to be extremely athletic, great hunter / jumper prospect, should mature to 16+ hands. He clips, picks up all 4 feet. He loads and trailers quietly. He would make a great 4- H project. Currently he is excelling in hand, he squares up, pivots when asked to turn. He has been saddled and bridled. He works well on the lunge line, listens to voice commands. He works smoothly on the long line. Kota will be started under saddle this summer sometime, so buy him now, because as the training time increases so will the price. go to http: / / www. horsingaround4h. com / 4 sale. sht ml for more info and photos
About Scotia, NY
The land was purchased by Alexander Lindsay Glen, a native of Scotland, from the Mohawk people in the 17th century. Glen named his estate Scotia ( Latin for "Scotland") after his home country. Scotia was the location of a military encampment during both the French and Indian War of 1754 and again during the War of 1812. During the 1800s, Scotia was known for its production of brooms, over 1 million annually for a time. In the 20th century, Scotia became a thriving bedroom community for employees of Schenectady employers such as General Electric.