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Pony of the Americas
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Pony of the Americas Stallion for Sale in Rupert, ID
Gunner is a HOMOZYGOUS (100% color producer) POA black classic few spot leopard 6 year old stallion standing 13. 2 hh and 750 lbs. He is broke to ride as our kids (10 & 11) ride him in a halter and lead rope. Not selling Gunner as kid broke as he is a ''stallion''! My kids are ranch raised and have been around horses all their life. . . Gunner has an easy going disposition and is a pleasure to have around! He bathes, blankets, clips, stand the on cross ties, trailers, good with the farrier and up to date on all shots (Including West Nile) and worming. Gunner is built like a little freight train with massive jaws, forehead, neck with little tippy ears, a gorgeous head, kind eye and a power quarter horse rear end! He will make a great herd Sire for any program or future gelding.
About Rupert, ID
In 2006, Rupert celebrated its 100th birthday. Rupert officially became "Christmas City, USA" in November 1987. [ citation needed ] Boyd Coddington, late hot rod shop owner and television show host Lou Dobbs, television anchor and pundit Bill Fagerbakke, actor Richard D. Hansen, archaeologist of Mayan ruins Dusty Kline, first football coach at Boise Junior College (later to become Boise State University) John Norby, former NFL running back Jake Weimer, Motocross rider and Motocross des Nations 2009 winner These data are from the Western Regional Climate Center, compiled over the years 1906 to 2002. Rupert is served by the Minidoka County Schools system.