16h, 6 Year old, Buckskin

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16h, 6 Year old, Buckskin

Name
Breed
Appaloosa
Gender
Gelding
Color
Buckskin
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
16.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2010
Country
United States
Views/Searches
932/40,852
Ad Status
Available
Price
$6,500

Appaloosa Gelding for Sale in New York, NY

Breeding, color, height and disposition. Bella is a 16 hand, true buckskin mare. No white on this mare. Only selling her, because I need to downsize and I have three others that belong to my children that need to be ridden and finished. I purchased her last year from a person who bred her mare and raised this horse. Bella has been ridden on about twenty day and weekend rides. She is great in the woods and in open fields among cattle. Not spooky. Has a very friendly disposition and is anxious to be around you and wants attention. She is light in the mouth and responds to leg pressure. She neck and ploy reins. She does not push to be in the lead and is perfectly fine riding with quarter horses. She will mope along and is happy to speed up and ride out with a gaited group. She is not complete
... more»ly set in her gaits and needs someone with patience and time to work with her. She is very smart and willing to learn. She has a tendency to not stand still when mounting. After working with her a few moments each time mounting, she will stand still. Loads and unloads and stands still for the farrier with ease. Has a tendency to be buddy sour. This mare has all of the potential in the world. Show her, trail ride, endurance riding. Shod,

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