Finished Western Pleasure Horse

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Lopen Till Seven
Quarter Horse
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
15.2 hh
Foal Date
January, 2005
United States
Ad Status

Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Sweetwater, TN

2005 AQHA Sorrel Gelding w lots of chrome: Lopen Till Seven. 15.2 H Bred and trained by Waymond Roberts  and Roberts QHs. By Seven S Flashy Zipper out of a daughter of The Strutter. Finished in western pleasure. He has several AQHA points. Does HMS, Trail and SMS as well. Straight and correct for performance halter and can also move out for HUS or Ranch but is strongest as a wp mount.  Fancy broke with a lead change and spur stop. Can be ridden bridless. All the buttons are there. Healthy and sound with no maintenance. PPE's welcome. No vices! Easy to prep, easy to maintain, easy to show. No lunging required. Hauls well and settles right in at shows with no issues. Novice or small fry friendly. Never any funny business. Not ring sour, always ready to go to work and do his job. Maintai
... more»ned at home by a novice/amateur.  Great ground manners, sweet personality. Can be stalled or gets along well in a pasture. Middle of the pecking order. Clips, ties, loads, baths, stands for the vet and ferrier. Fresh set of shoes and ready to hit the show pen. Utd on shots and worming. Teeth recently floated, easy keeper. Unicorn alert! Ready to go show breed shows for a novice/amateur or take your small fry to congress next year! This guy's ready to do it! Through no fault of his own. He is too nice to sit and owner is having health issues.

About Sweetwater, TN

A legend states that the town's name originated from settlers’ descriptions of area springs. Sweetwater was established in the 1850s on a series of lots sold by Isaac Lenoir (1807–1875), a local politician and son of the founder of Lenoir City (located a few miles to the northeast in Loudon County). Sweetwater was officially incorporated in 1875.

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