Flashy and Quiet TB Gelding For Sale

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Name
Breed
Thoroughbred
Gender
Stallion
Color
Chestnut
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
16.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
250/7,988
Ad Status
Available
Price
$9,500

Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in Charleston, SC

Captain Jack (Jack) is a flashy chestnut 16 hh 8 year old thoroughbred gelding looking for a new home! He is very quiet, and he ties, clips, loads, bathes, and stands for the farrier / vet with ease. Jack is a good mover with smooth gaits that would make a stellar eventer, hunter jumper, or all - around pony club horse. Jack is happy riding alone or in a group, and most importantly is a safe ride. He is eager to please his rider and enjoys his job! He has proved to be an excellent pony clubber's horse, easy traveler, and easy keeper with a sweet and gentle personality. Jack has bravely schooled solid cross country obstacles, including a ditch, with no question. He has recently competed Beginner Novice at a combined test in April with a dressage score of 28. 1 and double clear in
... more» show jumping. Jack has no vices and great ground manners. All inquiries welcome, more pictures and video available upon request! Asking Price: $9, 500 neg. to a good home
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About Charleston, SC

After Charles II was restored to the English throne in 1660, he granted the chartered Province of Carolina to eight of his loyal friends, known as the Lords Proprietors, on March 24, 1663. It took seven years before the group arranged for settlement expeditions. In 1670, Governor William Sayle brought over several shiploads of settlers from Bermuda, which lies due east of Charleston although closer to Cape Hatteras in North Carolina, and Barbados in the eastern Caribbean. These settlers established Charles Town at Albemarle Point on the west bank of the Ashley River a few miles northwest of the present-day city center. Charles Town became English-speaking America's first comprehensively planned town with governance, settlement, and development to follow a visionary plan known as the Grand Model prepared for the Lords Proprietors by John Locke.

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