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3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Oldenburg Gelding for Sale in Lynden, WA
Sonny is a really good boy. He is the kind of horse that anyone would have fun with. He is playful but obedient, always the first at the gate, and loves to lick your hand. He is well schooled in the Hunter/Jumper sport, jumps 3'6, brave to fences, quiet and easy going. Always does well at the shows - tons of miles. He is bombproof on trails and absolutely loves to go places. I don't show anymore and don't have the time to dote on him. He is great with kids and anyone can ride him. Sonny is barefoot, gets along with other horses, loads, ties, bathes, clips, etc. Priced at $9,000. If you have any questions or would like to come out and see him, pictures, video - just email me. - See more at: http://www.equinenow.com/horse-ad-976307#sthash.QrnLsiqC.dpuf
About Lynden, WA
Lynden was begun in 1871 and established in 1874 by Holden and Phoebe Judson near the site of the Nooksack Indian village Squahalish ( Nooksack: Sqwehálich). It was named by Phoebe Judson after the riverside town in Hohenlinden , a poem by Thomas Campbell, stating: According to her book, A Pioneer's Search for an Ideal Home, she changed the spelling of "Linden" to be more visually appealing. The city was officially incorporated on March 16, 1891. The city lies in a broad valley along the winding path of the Nooksack River, which empties into nearby Bellingham Bay. The surrounding area is filled with dairy, raspberry, strawberry, and blueberry farms.