Mounted Shooting Horse

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Mounted Shooting Horse

Name
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Gelding
Color
Buckskin
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2013
Country
United States
Views/Searches
481/20,920
Ad Status
Available
Price
$6,500

Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Huntington, IN

I bought this horse from Cain Ranch in MO. I wanted a good started Mounted Shooting Horse. I got one Fritz! I started riding and enjoyed riding him. Unfortunately I had Health problems (Bladder Tumor and Kidney problems.) which brought my riding to a Halt quickly. One of those Life's curves! I am 70 so I know I can no longer ride, so that's why I need to sell my Horse. I have a video of what he can do and how he moves so hoping I can post it, if not and your interested in him I will send video and also registration papers and photos. Fritz is a Buckskin. He is out of Loads of Cutting and Reining horse bloodlines. He stands 15Hands. He's athletic and very willing to learn. He likes attention from Grandkids. He does very well with grooming as far as ears trimmed,no twitch,stands well for Far
... more»rier. Loads into and out of horse trailer very well.. He has been trained for Mounted shooting but as the video shows he can do trail,reining,western riding, and contesting as his speed gets faster. The ground work has been done in making him a great Competion Horse. Good mind and sound. I am asking $6500 or BEST OFFER. He is worth more but I need to sell now so you can enjoy him yet this season AND before winter. You can PM,Text or email me @ dickie3700@gmail.com or call or text 260-224-5249 (Dick Bowman)

About Huntington, IN

Huntington was named by Capt. Elias Murray, a member of the legislature. The name Huntington is derived from Samuel Huntington, a judge, politician, and patriot in the American Revolution. Samuel Huntington is also known for being the 3rd Governor of Connecticut and the 7th President of the Continental Congress. Being a delegate to the Second Continental Congress, Huntington took part in voting for and signing the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Confederation.

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