Liver Chesnut Gelding **Must Sell**Next Ad »
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Stallion for Sale in Sanger, CA
MUST SELL DO TO NEEDING MONEY I DONT WANT TO HAVE HIM GO TO A SALE IF NOT SOLD BY NEXT WEEKEND. WOULD LIKE TO SEE HIM GO TO A LOVING HOME. Snickers is a very sweet gelding. He loads, clips, ties, baths, and trims. UTD on shots including West Nile. He will make someone a great horse. We have done alot of ground work on lunge line walking over plastic, bridges ect. When he does shed off his coat he will be dark liver color. VISIT WEBSITE TO SEE PICS
About Sanger, CA
In 1886 the Southern Pacific Company referred to the area as Sanger Junction, concerning plans to improve access to the fertile land. Later the area was known simply as Sanger. The name commemorates Joseph Sanger Jr., secretary-treasurer of the Railroad Yardmasters Association, who visited California in 1887. In 1888 The Pacific Improvement Company owned and sold lots on the site and the first post office opened. In 1890 the Kings River Lumber Company built a 62-mile long log flume to transport timber from the High Sierras to Sanger.