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Missouri Fox Trotter
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion for Sale in Sanger, TX
Lucky has just enough juice under the hood to make him great for long distance Trails, or hard work like working cows. He doesn't buck or wig - out, but when he's at the Trailhead or in a field full of cows he wants to get after it. He's been in training last 2 months with Quarterhorse rider that's taught him all sorts of skills that are beyond my level. I just love to take him on 10-15 mile rides that are easy on the back, as he's set in his gait very well. Has a dressage head set, a little rackey on the front end reflects the Tennessee Walker line in the foundational horses (about 10) on his papers. He stays to the center, knows how to cross over or through most any obstacle I've put him through without even cueing him. He needs an owner that's not intimidated by his size
... more» or brains, rather get that he likes to either GO, LEARN something or WORK. I have another buckskin gelding Qtr / MFT mix, that's a great trail horse, and trainer says would make great Playday or kid horse. Have 3 mares ready for market - 1 Palomino, 1 Tabiona, 1 Tri - color. We're selling out our Breeding Ranch and moving to SC. Check out the link where there's LOADS of PICS and some Vids: http: / / www. facebook. com / pages / Foxtrotte rs - Gaited - Corral / 2487***74849***99? sk=photos
About Sanger, TX
Sanger was founded in 1886 as a stop on the Santa Fe Railroad. Cattle from the ranches of north Denton County were driven up the old cattle trails through Sanger to northern markets. The cattle industry of the prairies of north Denton County contributed to the founding of the town, and wheat growing contributed substantially to its economy, as did the production of oats, maize, millet and cotton. The Santa Fe named Sanger in honor of one of its customers, the Sanger family, who owned stores in Waco and Dallas. The F.M.