I Need a Good Home for my Friend!
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Arabian Stallion for Sale in Port Angeles, WA
Taz was a PNH Level 1 trained 3 years ago. My daughter and I used to ride on the trails or at the ocean 3 to 4 times a week. Since she left home he hasn't been ridden hardly at all, so he's a little spooky and needs a confident rider. On the ground he's excellant. You can led him by the mane, clipper him without the halter, and there's no need to catch him, he walks up and puts his head into the halter! He wants to go places but I don't take him anymore. After not riding him much in the past few years, besides steady ground work, I don't have the confidence it takes to be able to ride him like I should. He's a great guy, he just needs a rider with some of miles on them! He's a real quick learner too! Very smart!
About Port Angeles, WA
This area was long occupied by succeeding cultures of indigenous peoples. In 1791 the harbor was entered by Spanish explorer Francisco de Eliza , who named it Puerto de Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles (Port of Our Lady of the Angels), claiming it for Spain. He was on an expedition from southern California. This name was shortened to the current one of Port Angeles. The first Europeans to the area tended to trade with the Native Americans.