Flashy Gaited Gelding

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Flashy Gaited Gelding

Missouri Fox Trotter
Sorrel Overo
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
14.2 hh
Foal Date
March, 2008
United States
Ad Status

Missouri Fox Trotter Gelding for Sale in Plain Dealing, LA

Bald face, blue eyed gaited gelding. Stands around 14.2 hh. 2004 model according to coggins, but my dentist says 10 to 11 years old so im going with the expert. This guy rides great. Hes a bit barn sour at home when you first start out riding, but after a few minutes hes fine. He go go goes so I do not recommend a child ride him. Lots of speed here and will keep going all day if you let him. He is gaited, we have no idea how to ride gaited horses so I doubt we can get a gaited video, but he moves out like one even on his own in the pasture. The only reason we are listing him is because we were not told he was gaited before buying. We got him from the high dollar horse sale in Bowie. He came with a current coggins and he came from Florida. Not registered, very flashy gelding which is what
... more» got our attention! He is easy to catch in the pasture, very friendly, loads great. He'd do well with someone who wants him as a personal horse, hes a loner out at the pasture, he hasn't made friends with any of our other geldings, and keeps to himself mainly. So if you're looking for a sweet gelding thats flashy, that likes to go, this is your guy. Hes also never bucked or reared and even in a full out gallop. No trades. 870-310-9two35

About Plain Dealing, LA

Prior to 1839, the United States government forcibly removed the Caddo Nation of Native Americans—longtime local inhabitants who had first settled the area over 1,000 years before Europeans' 16th-century arrival in mainland North America—from the area of Northern Louisiana that included the parcel that would later become the town of Plain Dealing. In 1839, George Oglethorpe Gilmer and his son, James Blair Gilmer, bought 5,000 acres of this land—now described as a "vast, unsettled wilderness"—from the United States government, calling a portion of this acreage "Plain Dealing" after the family's Virginia plantation. The "Plain Dealing" name became official when the town was formally chartered on April 24, 1890. Notable points of more recent history include the following: Plain Dealing recorded the state's hottest temperature ever, 114 °F (46 °C), on August 10, 1936 (see "Climate" section below). The Plain Dealing Post newspaper was established in the 1980s by publisher Danny D.

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