Gorgeous Gaited Trail Gelding

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Tennessee Walking
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
15.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2005
United States
Ad Status

Tennessee Walking Gelding for Sale in New Hampton, NH

If you are looking for the most handsome palamino in New England... your search ends here!! Offered for sale is Ace's Golden AJ, the 2012 New England Pleasure 2 Gait Champion. This exquisite gelding has looks to die for, is naturally gaited, very athletic, has a smooth correct canter and a big motor. Ace desires an experienced rider with soft hands who will appreciate his forward, ground covering strides, endless stamina, and proud personality. He does not like the arena or dressage work, he wants to be outside enjoying a challenge! He will ride out in a group (likes to lead), alone, has been exposed to dogs, sheep, turkey, vehicles, bycicles, water, mud, woods, fields... not spooky, not shy, and not afraid to tackle an obstacle! Endurance prospect, extreme trail riding prospect, or
... more»the smoothest X country prospect available! He will jump, and since he is gaited, he is smoother than a trotting horse and won't leave you sore after a long ride! Although he has an awesome fluid gait for those of you who love to ride the glide!... if you decide to discourage the gait and prefer him to trot, he will still be smoother, it's in his DNA! Perfect age to handle an immediate training program, no need to wait for a young horse to finish growing, but still young enough to serve you for many years! Perfect timing with spring on the horizen! UTD on everything, trailers well, doesn't get excited in new places, currently barefoot, great feet and is an angel for the farrier!, all he needs is you! Thank you for considering Ace! Videos: Ace: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPmKZImkGg4kTIQpwWO6ZWn68WP-K4qvV https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1034617933250739&id=100001076261639 https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1034631923249340&id=100001076261639

About New Hampton, NH

Granted in 1765 by Colonial Governor Benning Wentworth, New Hampton was originally known as Moultonborough Addition after then-Colonel Jonathan Moulton, who held the position of town moderator. Moulton, who was born in Hampton, changed the name to New Hampton in 1777 when it was incorporated. In 1821 the New Hampton School, a Free Will Baptist institution, was founded in the town. From 1854 to 1870, the institute was affiliated with Cobb Divinity School (later part of Bates College). In 1920, the New Hampton Fish Hatchery, the state's oldest fish hatchery, was established in the town.

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