Pretty Buckskin, Ranch Broke, King Blood

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Name
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Stallion
Color
Buckskin
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
473/7,269
Ad Status
Archived
Price
$1,450

Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Huntsville, AL

Solid as a Rock, strong as an Ox, Bombproof, loves Kids Herd Reduction of trail riding string, Proven Trail & Ranch Broke Horses, ridden daily, professionally trained by trust not Trauma! Guarenteed Sound & Sane or your money back! He is SAFE for ANY Rider, well mannered and FUN to ride! He has been ridden miles and miles of trails, through all types of terrain! Even a timid beginner will enjoy this handsome horse. He is smooth and safe on the trails and will go ANYWHERE you point him. He has a soft mouth. Rides with a group or all by himself, safely and calmly! Exposed to all \"bombproof training\". . . rain coats, tarps, 4- wheelers, bicycles, little barking dogs and water. Good on working cattle & will handle a rope & gunfire. Dam: Peppy San Sire: Poco Bueno bloodlines

About Huntsville, AL

The first settlers of the area were Muscogee-speaking people. The Chickasaw traditionally claim to have settled around 1300 after coming east across the Mississippi. A combination of factors, including disease, land disputes between the Choctaw and Cherokee, and pressures from the United States government had largely depopulated the area by the time Revolutionary War veteran John Hunt settled in the land around the Big Spring in 1805. The 1805 Treaty with the Chickasaws and the Cherokee Treaty of Washington of 1806 ceded native claims to the United States Government. The area was subsequently purchased by LeRoy Pope, who named the area Twickenham after the home village of his distant kinsman Alexander Pope.

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