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Broke To Ride & Drive!

Gypsy Vanner
5 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
14.3 hh
Foal Date
April, 2013
United States
Ad Status

Gypsy Vanner Gelding for Sale in Magnolia, TX

A WIZARDS SPELL WORTHINGTONS FERGUS ( A Wizards Spell Worthington x A Wizards Spell Toppy Torrie)- Both were imported from England. GHRA #A00001725 D.O.B. 4/2/2013 Black and White Tobiano Gelding, white mane and tail, blue eyes, high white stockings. Broke to ride and drive Fergus is a gorgeous large boned 14.3 hand, stunning tobiano gelding. Direct son of World Champion producer A Wizards Spell Worthington. This is a very rare opportunity to purchase everything that's great in a traditional cob, breeding, color, conformation, and temperament. He loves kids, loves to be around people and has a personality you just can’t help but fall in love with! He enjoys being worked and messed with. Fergus has about 5-6 rides under saddle and is ready to be finished. He is very light in the bit.
... more» He has even been taken through the Natural Horsemanship training program. He has a lovely walk, trot, canter and would be a fun to show or even a low-level dressage horse. He is quiet, but not lazy. He is currently in training to further his under saddle career. He will be phenomenal in the show ring or just a great pleasure riding/driving partner for his new owner! For more pictures and videos please visit our website at:

About Magnolia, TX

The first settlement in the Magnolia area was a town named Mink Prairie, founded in about 1845 when a farmer named Mink built a homestead. By 1850, the town's name was shortened to Mink. After the Civil War, Mink's population swelled due to an influx of settlers from Kentucky and Tennessee, resulting in a post office being built in 1885. In 1902, the International-Great Northern Railroad (now operated by Union Pacific), decided to build a railroad to the north of Mink, causing most of the residents of Mink to move closer to the railroad line. The new town was named Melton in honor of a wealthy landowner who lived in the area.

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