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Paint Stallion for Sale in Gillette, WY
Offered for sale to a show home! He has an exceptional mind and is very willing to learn. He has had a lot of groundwork including crossing bridges, he doesn't spook at tarps, bags, ropes, or bull whips. He is a very confident horse that loves to work. I started him under saddle this spring and he walks, jogs, long trots, and lopes softly with collection. He is a good stopper and started on turn arounds and roll backs. He also has been started working cattle. He would make a great working cow horse, roping prospect, or a ranch versatility prospect. I don't have the time to devote to his training and showing, to promote him to his potential. He is very respectful of people and other horses. He is an exceptional horse. Will continue in training until sold.
About Gillette, WY
Before its founding, Gillette started as Donkey Town, named after Donkey Creek, and then was moved and called Rocky Pile after Rocky Draw. Gillette was founded in 1891 with the coming of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad and incorporated on January 6, 1892, less than two years after Wyoming became a state. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad changed the name to Gillette for Edward Gillette, who worked as a surveyor for the company. In November 1895, a fire destroyed most of Gillette. Only two saloons, two stores, and a restaurant survived.