Great Horse for a Great Owner!
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Tennessee Walking Stallion for Sale in Ormond Beach, FL
1999 BLACK TWH Gelding. 16. 1 Hands GENTLE Giant looking for a permanent home. Lots of Champions on his papers, incl Ebonys Masterpiece. He has all the gates, canters. VERY smooth!would never bite / kick. he loves attention and affection. very easy keeper. adapts well! very mellow disposition in general but hes only 4 so hes not dead at all, definately has spunk when you want him too. Hes ridden in mountains and too cracker day! $2300 all Tack included. email me for Pics and questions Varians***@yahoo. com
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