03 WA State 4-H Hunt Seat Champ

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Name
Breed
Paint
Gender
Stallion
Color
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
16.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
120/4,427
Ad Status
Unavailable
Price
$2,800

Paint Stallion for Sale in Rainier, WA

2003 Washington State 4- H Hunt - seat Champion!! Top Copper (aka. "TC") is tall. . 16. 3. . He is 18 years old. APHA registered sorrel overo gelding. He is a gentleman. . . he loves people of all ages. He goes english, western, showmanship, trail class, competitive trail, trail riding, barrels, pole bending, as a matter of fact, he is patterned on every "game" you can think of. TC is awesome for 4- H and Open shows with ~ROM's in Halter, Barrel Racing, Hunt - seat Equitation, and Pole Bending. ~ He is healthy and strong. He is nowhere near ready to retire. His "Dad" (Apollo Indio) is a 'lesson' horse in Grants Pass at the age of 25. These horses are known for their longevity. $2800 OBO Please include horse name in inq. 100+ horses available

About Rainier, WA

Rainier began in the 1870s as a stop on the Northern Pacific Railroad line between Kalama, Washington and Tacoma. Situated amidst the ‘ten al quelth’ prairies – Lushootseed for "the best yet" – it was named for its view of Mount Rainier. In 1890, Albert and Maria Gehrke were the first permanent settlers to homestead in Rainier; later that year a store and post office were established by Henry Harmer, who homesteaded with his wife Jessie and children on the Deschutes river near Rainier. Rainier was officially platted in 1891. In 1896, the community's first full-time school as well as a Lutheran church were built by Albert Gehrke and his two brothers, Theodore and Paul; the buildings are now state historic landmarks.

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