Amazing ALL Around Gelding

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Amazing ALL Around Gelding

Name
Breed
National Show
Gender
Gelding
Color
Chestnut
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2001
Country
United States
Views/Searches
2,129/40,858
Ad Status
Unaviable
Price
$2,500

National Show Gelding for Sale in Sparks, NV

NEED TO SELL OR TRADE Mad love aka "maddy" 16 years old Arabian saddlebred Gorgeous Chestnut gelding SUPER SWEET ALL AROUND GELDING AMAZING KIDS HORSE This is a one in a life time kinda horse. Hes 16 year old chestnut 15.3 hh Arabian saddlebred and he is not hot at all, acts like a quarter horse. but dont let his age fool ya!. Ive done trails, English, western, jumping, carried a flag, roped off of, and done rodeo with him. Hes a super sweet boy that just wants to please. Ive used him as a lesson horse for my 2 and 3 year old sisters as well as older kids and adults. He loves everyone and giving lessons. He is really gentle and loves trail riding and will go at any speed you want to go. He has no spook, buck, rear, or bolt. Just a full out amazing horse. Very mus
... more»cular, willing, and up to date with shots. He loads, clips, ties, stands for farrier, bathes and does just about everything you ask, hes all utd on shots. For more pictures or information contact me at 775-440-4004 call or text is fine. He needs to GO and fast, dont miss out on this gelding. Looking to to trade for a younger western horse. Asking price:$2500 (negotiable)
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About Sparks, NV

The area that is now Sparks was first inhabited by the Washoe people. Euro-American settlement began in the early 1850s, and the population density remained very low until 1904 when the Southern Pacific Railroad built a switch yard and maintenance sheds there, after moving the division point from Wadsworth. In 1902, The Southern Pacific purchased a large tract of swamp-like land near its newly built railyard, and gave everyone clear deed to a 50' x 140' lot for the grand sum of $1. They also offered to pick up and move — free of charge — every house in Wadsworth and reassemble it in this new town. As the population increased, a city was established, first called Harriman, after E.H.

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