10 yr. old QH, Great Trail HorseNext Ad »
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Mason, MI
He is broke to ride and has been out on the trails quite a bit. He needs more consistancy and time than I can give him. He will plow through anything, even if the corn is over his head. Has been in rivers, loves to play in them, over bridges, jumps, he only freezes when he spooks, which isn't often. He is sorrel with a star and snip and a strip down his spine. He has some interesting coloring, very cute. He is about 15. 1, I believe, big boned and muscular. Would require an intermediate rider, has energy, but also can be very calm with consistancy. Needs to be worked more than I can give right now. Could make a good reining prospect with time / training, or barrel horse with time. Has not had training in either area currently. May consider a trade.
About Mason, MI
In 1836 Charles Noble knew that Michigan would be seeking a central location for a new capital when it became a state. He purchased an area of forest, cleared 20 acres (81,000 m 2), and founded Mason Center. The "Center" was soon dropped. In 1847, however, the state chose Lansing Township 12 miles (19 km) northward to be its capital due to its potential for water power. Noble managed to make Mason the county seat instead.