1996 APHA Palomino Gelding Spanish SuperNext Ad »
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Stallion for Sale in Edgewood, NM
This gorgeous Wiescamp - bred Palomino gelding has been used primarily for trail riding in the mountains for the past few years, but with his renown performance pedigree, athletic build and quick mind he could be a winner in the event of your choice. Shoes, loads & hauls exceptionally well. Well - built, athletic horse with a good handle. Has been ridden in a variety of outside environments, including desert, mountains, sand hills. Being offered for sale due to an illness in the family. Call Tom at 505-450-3***5 for video, more photos or additional info. $3500
About Edgewood, NM
Homesteaders moving into the American West created the initial settlements that grew into what is now the town of Edgewood. Taking advantage of the federal Homestead Acts, pioneer families obtained land claims and began farming and ranching in the Edgewood area during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Edgewood was founded by a group of southern Santa Fe County residents and landowners. After the incorporation of the town in 1999, large areas of land were annexed. Efforts by the town government to avoid annexing properties whose owners did not wish to be brought within the town boundaries resulted in a checkerboard pattern of incorporated and unincorporated properties, one of the issues to be resolved in the town's Comprehensive Plan.