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Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in Hoisington, KS
11 years old. Easy to get along with as long as you are gentle, but firm. Sweet temperament. Used to be barrel racer, now he's just used around the farm and for trail rides. Lounges, bathes, loads, stands for farrier decently. I've recently found out he rides double, but not completely used to it yet. I've also been getting him used to pulling things. Been out living with the cows, a goat, and a miniature donkey. He needs consistency and is not for the beginner if taken out alone. Does just fine with other horses but he would do best either on his own, or in a herd. Becomes buddy sour if with only one other horse. Not a spooky horse. Been around alot. Used to traffic, tractors, etc. Is happiest on the trail, but would possibly make a good hunt seat / hunter hack horse.
About Hoisington, KS
In 1886, a group of Barton County businessmen formed the Central Kansas Town Company and founded the town of Hoisington to attract the Kansas and Colorado Railroad to the area. They named the settlement after Andrew J. Hoisington, one of the company partners and a prominent businessman in nearby Great Bend. The railroad reached Hoisington in the fall of 1886, and the settlement was incorporated as a city in 1887. The post office, relocated from nearby Buena Vista, was renamed Hoisington in April 1887 as was the railroad station, originally named Monon, by 1889.