Child Or Timid-Adult Safe Hunter
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in Aiken, SC
Cooper is a very quiet, easy going fellow. He was foxhunted by a 73 year old woman and has been shown short stirrup and cross rails by a 12 year old girl. While not for a raw beginner as he is a sensitive and responsive gent (i. e. , doesn't like someone pulling on his mouth or slamming on his back) , he is great for someone learning to jump or for someone who wants a trustworthy companion. Handsome with a pretty trot and a nice jump, he is well - priced for his abilities.
About Aiken, SC
The municipality of Aiken was incorporated on December 19, 1835. The community formed around the terminus of the South Carolina Canal and Railroad Company, a rail line from Charleston to the Savannah River, and was named for William Aiken, the railroad's first president. Originally it was in the Edgefield District. With population increases, in 1871 Aiken County was organized, made up of parts of neighboring counties. Among its founding commissioners were three African-American legislators: Prince Rivers; Samuel J.