Seasoned Show Horse- Incentive Fund

Quarter Horse
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
16.0 hh
Foal Date
United States
Ad Status

Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Alliance, OH

"Rocco" is a 1998 AQHA, Incentive Fund enrolled, sorrel gelding by Principle Investment and out of a daughter of the legendary Zippo Pine Bar. He is a seasoned show horse with many first places and championships. Overall champion at the county fair the last 3 years with his youth rider. Experienced in Western Pleasure, Horsemanship, HUS, Equitation, Showmanship, and Trail. Rocco is very quiet under saddle and is always responsive and willing. Wonderful, natural movement and headset. Very versatile and he knows how to show - - put him in western tack and he'll give you a nice, collected jog and lope then switch him to english and he'll stretch out into a gorgeous, flat - kneed trot. Trailers well, good around other horses, adapts very quickly to show grounds, he is a great all - around horse. Rocco is ready to move up to higher level shows. . . Congress Potential.

About Alliance, OH

Alliance is a town rich with social, industrial and railroad history, with the restored Glamorgan Castle, previous home of the owner of Morgan Engineering, the Haines House, a restored underground railroad home, and the Mabel Hartzell historic home. The name of Levi L. Lamborn, the man who cultivated the scarlet carnation, Ohio's state flower, can still be seen on the facade of a building in the old downtown district. The Richardsonian Romanesque stone house of the Devine family is currently being renovated. The historic downtown area is experiencing a gradual renaissance, with the opening of a Saturday Farmers' Market on Main Street near the historic Caboose, and the renovation of a storefront on Main Street as an art gallery and live performance space, joining a scattering of antique shops and other businesses.

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