2019 bay Gelding

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2019 bay Gelding

Name
Copenhagen
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Gelding
Color
Bay
Temperament
4 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
13.0 hh
Foal Date
April, 2019
Country
United States
Views/Searches
963/33,974
Ad Status
Available
Price
$2,000

Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Coalville, UT

This is Copenhagen, he is very friendly and in your pocket but not annoying. You can pet him all over and down all of his legs, he is easy to catch and halters right up. Hagen has been loading in and out of my horse trailer (it’s a slant load but I took the dividers out) he does really well and hauls nice. He’s been standing tied nice and quiet, he’s as gentle and level as they come and really smart. I was able to take him across a noisy metal bridge after only his 4th time ever with a halter on, he is so easy to talk into doing things. I would love to keep him and would do so but I am buying a mature broke horse and don’t have enough room for him. I really want him to go to a good home, he will continue to be worked with until sold. I have a few random videos of him and a bunch mo
... more»re pictures upon request. He’s going to be at least 15 HH he’s tall and leggy, his sire is 15 hands and he is the spitting image but in a different color. His dam is about 14.3, bay roan and has a very calm and gentle disposition as well. Sire is smutty buckskin pictured, he’s going to look just like his sire (long mane and tail included) but bay with countershading. Hagen was gelded on 03/03, wolf teeth pulled, freshly trimmed and is vaccinated and ready to go. Please call or text me with any questions thanks for looking.

About Coalville, UT

Coalville was founded in 1859 by William Henderson Smith, an early Mormon freighter. He noticed that wheat spilled by other wagons moving through the area would grow to maturity. He subsequently convinced four families to settle in the area with him. The settlement was originally called Chalk Creek. Early life in Chalk Creek was difficult, and during winters the settlers dealt with a constant scarcity of food.

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