2012 Palomino Gold Premium RPSI Branded TB/Hanoverian Gelding Sporthorse

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Name
Breed
Hanoverian
Gender
Gelding
Color
Palomino
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
16.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2012
Country
United States
Views/Searches
2,967/127,436
Ad Status
Available
Price
$8,400

Hanoverian Gelding for Sale in Toledo, OH

West Coast (aka "Jasper") is an eventing-hunter-jumper-dressage prospect deluxe! Absolutely beautiful shiny gold coin color plus very sweet, affectionate & easy to train. Has exceptional natural near perfect jump which exemplifies his excellent TB/Hanoverian breeding (sire: Ivory Coast/TB, has his own FB page and dam: Forever Mein - dam sire "Werther" He has been handled by professionals since birth, was Gold Premium at his RPSI 2012 weanling inspection at breeder Genevieve Ghilotti, Glenhill Farm, Petaluma, CA; is now 16.1HH as a five year old and still growing. Taking him to Chatt Hills Schooling Show 3 phase this weekend. He also recently had a month undersaddle jump/dressage/hunter jumping training in NC. This versatile gelding also goes in western & started driving training earlier th
... more»is year. Prospective buyers are welcome to try him at our farm 4 miles east of Covington GA (exit 98 off I-20). More Pictures upon request. Contact me through text or email for details of this sale.

About Toledo, OH

Various cultures of indigenous peoples lived along the rivers and lakefront of what is now northwestern Ohio for thousands of years. When the city of Toledo was preparing to pave its streets, it surveyed "two prehistoric semicircular earthworks, presumably for stockades." One was at the intersection of Clayton and Oliver streets on the south bank of Swan Creek; the other was at the intersection of Fassett and Fort streets on the right bank of the Maumee River. Such earthworks were typical of mound-building peoples. This region was part of a larger area controlled by the historic tribes of the Wyandot and the people of the Council of Three Fires ( Ojibwe, Potawatomie and Odawa). The first European to visit the area was Étienne Brûlé, a French-Canadian guide and explorer, in 1615.

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