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Appaloosa Gelding for Sale in Laconia, NH
Invitation To Invest-Zack ApHC 2009 Gelding 16.1hh Sire: Artful Investment AQHA Dam: Dottie Do Right ApHC (granddaughter of Invitation Only and Luke At Me AQHA) 2010 Appaloosa World Show NSBA Champion Hunter Yearling Longe Line 3rd-Open Yearling Hunter Longe Line 3rd-Non-Pro Yearling Hunter Longe Line He's been shown lightly in 2013, hunt seat, hunter in hand, halter, trail ridden extensively alone & with others, lightly jumped, ranch versatility, respects electric fence, easy keeper, front shoes (none in winter). Ridden on the beach. No buck or rear. Clips, bathes & trailers well. No vices. Shown owned by novice non pro. Exceptionally quiet, with a huge personality, sweet & gentle for any age/skill. Rides in a snaffle, beautiful mover. More woah than go. $13,000.00
... more». Will be shown/trail ridden until sold. Video avail upon request. Would be great for a kid too. Third at the nationals in jr hunter under saddle. Excellent pattern horse. Started on flying lead change. Located in NH. 603 738 6501 Julie or email@example.com
About Laconia, NH
A large Abenaki Indian settlement called Acquadocton Village once existed at the point now known as The Weirs, named by colonists for fishing weirs discovered at the outlet of the Winnipesaukee River. Early explorers had hoped to follow the Piscataqua River north to Lake Champlain in search of the great lakes and rivers of Canada mentioned in Indian folklore. About 1652, the Endicott surveying party visited the area, an event commemorated by Endicott Rock, a local landmark. A fort would be built at Laconia in 1746. But ongoing hostilities between the English, French, and their respective Native American allies prevented settlement until 1761, after which it remained for many years a part of Meredith and Gilford called Meredith Bridge.