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Peruvian Paso Stallion for Sale in Tarpon Springs, FL
Ty is a super sweet, very intelligent 17 yr old 14. 3 hh Peruvian paso gelding. He loves attention more than anything, very talkative, curious and not afraid of anything. If he is unsure of something he~ll stop, look at it, then go up to it to get a closer look! He is ridden in a rope hack or an english hack and a treeless saddle. Needs a gentle, but confident rider, not for a beginner. Someone who is into natural horsemanship / care / hoof trimming is a must. On the ground he is an amazing horse. He does have barn sour issues which I could work through but I don~t have the time to put the work in. I will only sell him to the right home, and price is negotiable to the right home!
About Tarpon Springs, FL
The region, with a series of bayous feeding into the Gulf of Mexico, was first settled by white and black farmers and fishermen around 1876. Some of the newly arrived visitors spotted tarpon jumping out of the waters and so named the location Tarpon Springs. In 1882, Hamilton Disston, who in the previous year had purchased the land where the city of Tarpon Springs now stands, ordered the creation of a town plan for the future city. On February 12, 1887, Tarpon Springs became the first incorporated city in what is now Pinellas County. Less than a year later on January 13, 1888, the Orange Belt Railway, the first railroad line to be built in what is now Pinellas County, arrived in the city.