3yr. Bucksin TB/Andalusian Stallion

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Name
Breed
Thoroughbred
Gender
Stallion
Color
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
244/9,687
Ad Status
Unavailable
Price
$3,000

Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in Torrington, CT

Very nice social 3 / 4 thoroughbred, 1 / 4 andalusian colt. Great ground manners, nice legs and conformation. . Looks mostly thoroughbred build with andalusian temper and movement. A really nice horse with unusual color for his breed type. NO papers, unless thru buckskin or warmblood of color pending inspections. He is a golden butterscotch in summer, light buttermilk in winter, has 4 black feet some silver in mane and tail, white blaze. VERY social and kind. I beleive this is a horse with unlimited potential for any dicipline. Has had saddle on, no flinch. Needs to be started. . . . would conseder free lease for someone willing to train, show or breed. He`s beautiful even without papers. Should reach at least 15. 3, growing butt first again at just 3. Make offer on this gre
... more»at guy. Would trade for any mare in foal broke to ride, prefer paints, palominos, horse of nice color.

About Torrington, CT

Torrington was first settled in 1735 by Ebenezer Lyman, Jr., of Durham, Connecticut. The downtown section of Torrington was known as Wolcottville, after the Wolcott family of Connecticut, which produced several governors between 1813 and 1881 respectively. Its early settlers resided on the hills west of the Naugatuck River where the first school, church, store, and tavern were constructed. Later, the eastern hill known as Torringford was settled, as it provided the best farmland. Torrington was given permission to organize a government and incorporate as a town in October 1740.

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