Awesome Speed Competion Horse/Good Trail
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Appaloosa Stallion for Sale in Petoskey, MI
Registered appaloosa gelding, Very people friendly. Absolutely no vises or bad habits. White over body and hips / star / LF, LH, and RF - lighting marks / RH - partial pastern. Both ears tipped white. Rides both western and English very well. Very fast and powerful! Raced in barrels, pole bending, ect. 2003 being our first year competing, he did very well, winning overall highpoint, 4 first place and many other second and third place ribbons. very light on the reins and quick to learn and respond to cues. Our trainer said he'd also do well in dressage or western pleasure because he has vey pronouced gates. If you're serious about showing or racing, either English or western, with the right training and a good rider, he has awesome potential. If you just want a casual trail horse, he has enough spirit to make it fun. ~
About Petoskey, MI
The Little Traverse Bay area was long inhabited by indigenous peoples, including the Odawa people. The name "Petoskey" is said to mean "where the light shines through the clouds" in the language of the Odawa. After the 1836 Treaty of Washington, Odawa Chief Ignatius Petosega (1787–1885) took the opportunity to purchase lands near the Bear River. Petosega's father was Antoine Carre, a French Canadian fur trader and his mother was Odawa. By the 1850s, several religious groups had established missions near the Little Traverse Bay.