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Zips Chips R Dun
6 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Berthoud, CO
Beautiful Sorrel gelding with excellent blood lines ready for a new home where he is used. Daughter in college and I have a joint disease, so he’s been sitting for 2 years. Put in a little time and he’ll be fabulous horse. He’s laid back under the saddle and needs encouragement to step out. Needs polished but could easily be a western please horse or any direction you’d like to take him! We want him to go to a living home who will use him to his potential! Hate to waste him as a pa
moresture horse with his great demeanor and blood lines!
About Berthoud, CO
White settlers first came to the present-day Berthoud area in the early 1860s, following the Colorado Gold Rush. Many settlers filed homestead claims, but most bellied up and left the valley to hardier souls who ranched and farmed the arid prairie that straddled the river bottom. In 1872, a miner-turned-rancher from Central City, Colorado, Lewis Cross, staked the first homestead claim where the Colorado Central Railroad planned to cross Little Thompson creek. When the tracks were laid through the valley in 1877 a depot, section house, and water tank were installed at this strategic site. The tiny settlement known as Little Thompson was renamed Berthoud in honor of Edward L.