AQHA Very Talented/ Smart/ Willing Gelding for Sale

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AQHA Very Talented/ Smart/ Willing Gelding for Sale

Quarter Horse
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
16.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2006
United States
Ad Status

Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Murray, KY

If you are looking for big and gorgeous then Last Play of the Game, “Monster,” is your guy. 16.2 hand, 10 year old gelding, AQHA registered. Loaded with personality and ready to start his new career! Ties, crossties, goes on a walker, and has good ground manners. First one to greet you in the pasture and is easy to catch. Pastures well with mares and geldings. Loads himself onto the trailer and eats and drinks well on the road. Stands for vet/ farrier, and is up to date on all vet work, chiro, teeth, and shoeing. Lunges and knows voice commands. Requires a confident, light handed rider. Very giving and light through his face, and works off of your seat and legs. Sensitive to aids. Has tracked the hot heels, along with live cattle, and played around with team penning. Could easily go t
... more»he western dressage route as well. Open and close gates, crosses water, tarps, and logs, and rides out alone or in a small group. Started on flying changes. Really bonds with one person and has a ton of heart and try. Not a lesson horse. Does best with consistent riding throughout the week. Requires light maintenance. Has only had two owners. Has a goofy, outgoing personality. A unique and fun dressage/ western dressage and possible HUS prospect. Looking for the right fit for him- GREAT home is a MUST. Performance homes preferred. One that you have to meet and try to really appreciate! Call, text, or email. Numerous videos and pictures. No tire kickers, please! Asking $6,000. Price may be slightly negotiable if the home is the right fit. Currently located in Murray, KY. Arrangements can be made to bring him to McDonough, GA for a serious buyer. Vet checks welcome at buyer’s expense. 678-773-9979

About Murray, KY

The city now known as Murray began as a post office and trading center sometime in the early 1820s. It was at first called “Williston” in honor of James Willis, an early settler. Later, the name was changed to “Pooltown” after Robert Pool, a local merchant. The name was changed again to “Pleasant Springs” before its incorporation on January 17, 1844, when the present name was adopted to honor Rep. John Murray.

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