Stunning Leopard Gelding

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Stunning Leopard Gelding

Name
Breed
Appaloosa
Gender
Gelding
Color
White
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2008
Country
United States
Views/Searches
1,211/26,274
Ad Status
Available
Price
$4,500

Appaloosa Gelding for Sale in Emmett, ID

2008 Black and White Leopard Gelding foaled January 10, 2008 by Cool Knight ApHC out of Yawka’s Sunflower ApHC. He’s the grandson of HH Cool Colors, a national top ten leading sire of halter horses. Toby’s dam is foundation from the Nez Perce reservation. On his dams side he goes back to Zip Cochise. You can find more about his lineage on all breed pedigree http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/tobys+footprint. Toby is green broke with his walk, halt and trot perfected. He is well mannered, will stand for saddling, ties anywhere, loads well. His trot is collected. He has been ridden in a hackamore while training. Goes for trail rides in the foothills for hours without tiring. This boy can go any direction you want. He is a good prospect for western pleasure, English equitation, j
... more»umping or dressage. You can contact the trainer, Rhonda, for more information on training at (208) 365-3049. Contact Deb Ficarro at (208) 365-0164 for questions or more pictures. You can also view more pictures at https://www.facebook.com/deb.ficarro.1

About Emmett, ID

Rising some 5,906 feet (1,800 m) above sea level, Squaw Butte, named by Native Americans who used this area as their winter resort, stands at the north end of the valley. The Payette River was named after Francois Payette, a fur trader from Quebec who was put in charge of old Fort Boise in 1818 and traveled through the area. Permanent settlement began in the early 1860s, after gold discoveries in the Boise Basin brought people over the established stage and pack train routes. Two of these trails joined at the Payette River north of the present river bridge in Emmett. Originally called "Emmettville," it was primarily a post office named after Emmett Cahalan, the son of Tom Cahalan, an early settler of the area.

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