Healthy 16.0H Gypsy Vanner Stallion Horse For Sale

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Name
King
Breed
Gypsy Vanner
Gender
Stallion
Color
Silver Dapple
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
16.0 hh
Foal Date
May, 2012
Country
United States
Views/Searches
1,359/29,814
Ad Status
Available
Price
$1,880

Gypsy Vanner Stallion for Sale in Allen, TX

Get more details and pictures by sending your inquiries by text directly to:(770)-609-5789...He is a 7 year old pure bred gypsy vanner. He has a very sweet and gentle disposition and is one of the cutest horses you could ever see! He is currently training in natural horsemanship and has over 90 days of training with a trainer who trained with Buck . He and his trainer worked cows recently in a clinic. He did great and was exposed to many new things. He has also competed in western pleasure and English pleasure. This boy would work best with beginner, advance/intermediate riders. He is doing great under saddle and he has had the hours for someone who is a beginner or new to riding. He is a hardworking boy who is looking for his person. He has lots of hair and is currently pretty fuzzy! His
... more» tail is full and beautiful, along with his mane, forelock and feathers. He has one blue eye that is stunning and catches attention. He is extremely healthy, UTD on shots, wormer and teeth floating. He is barefoot and gets trimmed every 6-8 weeks... This Stallion is a fantastic broodmare prospect with all his color genes and possibilies for colors including the silver gene that is so sought after. He is PMMS1 Negative/Negative. Very correct conformation with the gypsy apple butt, lots of feather and tail, cute head with little cute ears, and the best temperament! He loves to be with people and to be doted on!!

About Allen, TX

The Allen area was previously home to the Caddo, Comanche, and other indigenous peoples. The first immigrants from the United States and Europe arrived in the early 1840s. The town was established by the Houston and Central Texas Railroad and named in 1872 for Ebenezer Allen, a state politician and railroad promoter. The railroad allowed sale of crops across the country before they rotted, causing a shift from the previous cattle-based agriculture. On February 22, 1878, a gang led by Sam Bass committed in Allen what is said to be Texas's first train robbery.

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