Beautiful Arabian for Lease In Leonard

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Beautiful Arabian for Lease In Leonard

Name
Breed
Arabian
Gender
Gelding
Color
Gray
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2007
Country
United States
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810/34,533
Ad Status
Available
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Arabian Gelding for Sale in Leonard, MI

Gio is a 7 year old Egyptian Arabian for lease in Leonard, MI. He is currently boarded at Nikolic Meadows, a small boarding facility with 12 horses, indoor and outdoor arenas, indoor wash rack, and heated bathrooms. College prevents me from giving Gio the attention and time he deserves. I’ve owned him for 3 years, when I bought him he was green broke. While he has improved dramatically since then, he is still by no means a “bomb-proof” horse. He is a work in progress and requires an experienced, confident rider. Gio has a fantastic personality, and genuinely enjoys the company of people. Once a relationship is built with him, he will give you his all. He is not a hyper, “hot-blooded” horse as manys Arabians tend to be stereotyped as. However, when he hasn’t been ridden for a wh
... more»ile he tends to be curious, cautious, and distracted with his surroundings. Gio greatly benefits from being ridden at least 4 days a week. Once in a routine he is a pleasure to ride. He has a willing attitude and doesn’t get frustrated easily. I have shown Gio in 4H and equestrian team, he has also been to the county fair a few times. He was shown Huntseat and Saddleseat, but I believe his true potential lies in Dressage. My hope for Gio is to find a committed long-term rider that will see his potential, and love and appreciate him just as I have. Call/text/email me to discuss price and options. I want to try and accommodate as much as possible. I just really want a good rider for Gio.
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About Leonard, MI

A post office called Leonard has been in operation since 1884. Birthplace of Steven Avery. The village was named for Leonard Rowland. Leonard was incorporated in 1889.

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