Sir Roland 2001 Haflinger/Belgian Cross

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Name
Breed
Draft
Gender
Stallion
Color
Sorrel
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
16.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
120/6,602
Ad Status
Available
Price
$9,500

Draft Stallion for Sale in Waynesville, IL

Flaxen mane / tail. Quick learner, eager to try new things. Drives single, double. Started undersaddle at 4, 90 days training professional trainer. Trails / parades western saddle. Participated in novice endurance rides. Switched disciplines before was graduated to curb bit / neck reining. Currently schooling Level 1 dressage. Shown successfully intro / training levels, receiving scores 6 and 7's, has received 8's for halt. Has great medium trot, working with implusion, moments of suspension. Started over ground poles. Easy to catch, groom, clip, braid, cross ties. No issues with the vet or farrier. Needs shoes only when driven extensively on paved roads. Lowers his head for bridling and ground ties for tack changes. Trailers / travels well. Best suited for advanced beg
... more»inner or intermediate level rider. Reluctantly offered for sale to find a more appropriately sized mount. Good home a must. Cart, custom Amish made leather harness available for purchase. Ghartley _ ***@hotmail. com
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About Waynesville, IL

Waynesville is one of the oldest settlements in central Illinois. The area was first settled around 1825, by Prettyman Marvel and his wife, Rebecca (Barr) Marvel. They cleared an area of land near the present location of the village and were followed shortly thereafter by several other settlers. As a result, a small settlement sprung up about a mile south of Kickapoo Creek. In 1832, the first plats for the village were filed, and the name "Waynesville" (after the hero of the Revolutionary War, General Anthony Wayne) was selected.

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