Dream Family Gaited Morgan

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Name
Jaggers
Breed
Morgan
Gender
Gelding
Color
Palomino
Temperament
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
14.3 hh
Foal Date
June, 2009
Country
United States
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Ad Status
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Morgan Gelding for Sale in Spanish Fork, UT

JAGGERS IS SOLD. We sell 1-3 horses each year trained just like him. Contact us for more info! Full video: https://youtu.be/TGRjPEDFiVo Jaggers is a coming 10 year old gaited Morgan gelding. Gaited Morgans are still quite rare. There are not very many. We have had the pleasure of owning and training Jaggers since he was a youngster. He is as fancy broke and experienced as they come. He has always been our go-to horse. He is as smooth as they come. He is the ultimate family horse. I would trust him with anyone (even my grandma! That is saying a lot.) He is a willing, respectful partner. Come try him out for yourself! Don't hesitate to call or text me if you have any questions.

About Spanish Fork, UT

Spanish Fork was settled in 1851 by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as part of the Mormon Pioneers' settlement of Utah Territory. Its name derives from a visit to the area by two Franciscan friars from Spain, Silvestre Vélez de Escalante and Francisco Atanasio Domínguez in 1776, who followed the stream down Spanish Fork canyon with the objective of opening a new trail from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to the Spanish missions in California, along a route later followed by fur trappers. [ citation needed ] They described the area inhabited by Native Americans as having "spreading meadows, where there is sufficient irrigable land for two good settlements. Over and above these finest of advantages, it has plenty of firewood and timber in the adjacent sierra which surrounds its many sheltered spots, waters, and pasturages, for raising cattle and sheep and horses." [ citation needed ] In 1851, some settlers led by William Pace set up scattered farms in the Spanish Fork bottom lands and called the area the Upper Settlement. However, a larger group congregated at what became known as the Lower Settlement just over a mile northwest of the present center of Spanish Fork along the Spanish Fork River.

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