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Name
Breed
Appaloosa
Gender
Stallion
Color
Chestnut
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
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Country
United States
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58/1,576
Ad Status
Archived
Price
$3,250

Appaloosa Stallion for Sale in Alexandria, LA

Multiple ApHC Western Pleasure / Halter Grand Champion!! JT's Ricky is an ApHC registered 15 year old chestnut gelding by A Ultimate Choice out of Ima Leo Lady. Ricky has been shown in Appaloosa Horse Club Shows since he was a weanling. He has lots of Grand Championships in Halter and Western Pleasure. Ricky is a wonderful gelding for anyone who is beginning to show. \"When he is in the arena he knows what he is there for. \" He is a fantastic 4- H gelding. Ricky has been shown in WI - IL - PA. He was foaled in PA. He's been trail ridden and used to check cattle. Ricky has a lip tattoo and brand. Just $3250 OBO Please include horse name in inq. 100+ head available

About Alexandria, LA

Located along the Red River, the city of Alexandria was originally home to a community which supported activities of the adjacent French trader outpost of Post du Rapides. The area developed as an assemblage of traders, Caddo people, and merchants in the agricultural lands bordering the mostly unsettled areas to the north and providing a link from the south to the El Camino Real and then larger settlement of Natchitoches, the oldest permanent settlement in the Louisiana Purchase. Alexander Fulton, a businessman from Washington County, near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, received a land grant from Spain in 1785, and the first organized settlement was made at some point in the 1790s. In 1805, Fulton and business partner Thomas Harris Maddox laid out the town plan and named the town in Fulton's honor. The earliest deed that survives for an Alexandria resident is from June 24, 1805, when a William Cochren, who identifies himself as "of the Town of Alexandria", sold a tract of land across the Red River to a William Murrey.