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Name
Roam
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Gelding
Color
Red Roan
Temperament
2 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
14.3 hh
Foal Date
April, 2013
Country
United States
Views/Searches
113/8,166
Ad Status
Available
Price
$3,500

Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Vicksburg, MS

Price reduced for quick sale! I’ve sold the tack now I just need to sell the horse. Roam is a 7 year old , 14.5 h qh gelding. Will cross anything. No bad habits, no nonsense, no spook, traffic safe. My 14 year old rides him everywhere, he gets along with everything. No medical issues. No maintenance required for this pretty boy. You won’t find another like him, he has the beauty and the brains! Has been lightly started on barrels and poles but could go in any direction. Very laid back but will go when asked. He would suit intermidate- experienced rider as long as you can hold the reins you can ride him! He’s very willing and patient. Doesn’t mind dogs barking nothing bothers this pretty boy! He can be hard headed sometimes but he’s great with kids. I have lots of videos of him so
... more» message me for more info/pics/videos. Has been in the areana and on trails. He’s a been there done that kinda guy, has been to horse shows but never shown, you can take him anywhere and he’ll do everything you ask. First come first serve for this boy he won’t last long he’s got the brains and the beauty, I’m in no hurry to sell. He’s been around goats, lawnmowers, four-wheelers, can hose him down nothing bothers him. My husband and my 80 year old father rides this horse.

About Vicksburg, MS

The area that is now Vicksburg was long occupied by the Natchez Native Americans as part of their historical territory along the Mississippi. The Natchez spoke a language isolate not related to the Muskogean languages of the other major tribes in the area. Before the Natchez, other indigenous cultures had occupied this strategic area for thousands of years. The first Europeans who settled the area were French colonists who built Fort Saint Pierre in 1719 on the high bluffs overlooking the Yazoo River at present-day Redwood. They conducted fur trading with the Natchez and others, and started plantations.

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