18.1 Percheron Gelding Rides too

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18.1 Percheron Gelding Rides too

Name
Liam
Breed
Percheron
Gender
Gelding
Color
Gray
Temperament
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
18.1 hh
Foal Date
April, 2007
Country
United States
Views/Searches
336/26,517
Ad Status
Available
Price
$6,900

Percheron Gelding for Sale in Bath, PA

*PRICE REDUCED* POWERFUL Grey (White) 18.1, 13 year old Percheron Gelding Rides & Drives (single & team). Solid and 110% traffic safe. Has even done rides with firework shows going off! He can be driven by beginners and kids. Great horse with a sensible mind and he loves to work! Good Whoa on him and could stand all day! Rides English or Western great! Liam drives SINGLE or anywhere in a TEAM (he drives best in a team). Hitched to all farm equipment and many carriages and wagons. I got him as the head lead horse off a farm. He was the horse that did all the jobs that required the skills of the best horse on the farm. Anyone can drive him anywhere! He was our best horse for beginner drivers last year and all the drivers in training. Lots of People hauling experie
... more»nce with every type of setting and vehicle out there. Perfect for weddings and special events. He just finished Christmas rides pulling our heavy sleigh! Has no vices or bad habits. He is our strongest pulling horse we have! He can also work many long consecutive days in a row and can keep on pulling just as strong right through the season. He is one of my main horses I count on for any carriage ride job. The only reason I am selling him is because I am no longer working with the taller Percherons and have decided to go with the shorter type. Is current on all shots, Worming and seen regularly by a dentist and farrier (goes barefoot) Quiet with a good Whoa on him and could stand all day until told to do otherwise As far as my knowing he is sound in the 3 years I have had him. Lowers his head to be bridled He stands well to be groomed, harnessed, saddled, mounted, bathed, and trimmed Good disposition Responds to many voice commands- very well trained Trailers perfectly (loads right in) Stands tied quietly and ground ties Good with fly spray, baths, clipping, and blanketing Gets along nicely with other horses No shoeing stocks needed Suitable for larger riders Healthy and good lungs Has good manners on the ground (Natural Horsemanship training) Drives SINGLE or DOUBLE as well as any multiple hitch! Has been hitched to all farm equipment and many carriages and wagons as well as in multiple hitches up to a 6 horse hitch. Used for weddings, Christmas, Wagon rides, and other special events by a professional Carriage Company. He is ready to go for any Carriage job out there. $6,900 (was $8000) Feel free to call/text 610-730-497three for more photos or to set up a time to meet him/try him out or would like to see more photos. Liam VIDEOS: https://magis.to/av/OiMiVEVTGEIsP3kGDmEwCX13?l=vsm&o=i&c=m Riding Video: https://magis.to/v/IQUYNEgKRWsrD0VgCzE?l=vsm&o=i&c=m https://magis.to/av/eH17VEVTGEIsP3kGDmEwCXt5?l=vsm&o=i&c=m

About Bath, PA

The Bath borough is located at the head of the Monocacy Creek (Lehigh River) in an area of the Lehigh Valley that was once rich in agriculture. The greater area of the town, however, lies east of the Monocacy Valley. Bath was established in 1728 as a Scotch-Irish settlement before the American Revolution as the first settlement by white people in the Forks of the Delaware. It is named for Bath, Somerset, England by Margaret DeLancey, who sold land under her father, lieutenant colonel of the Continental Army, William Allen, in the 1700s. On March 3, 1737, the 247 acres of land that is currently inside the boundaries of Bath was purchased and surveyed for Daniel Craig.

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