Chocolate Rocky Mtn Gelding

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Chocolate Rocky Mtn Gelding

Rocky Mountain
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
Upon Request
14.2 hh
Foal Date
April, 2010
United States
Ad Status

Rocky Mountain Gelding for Sale in Bowling Green, KY

Available on Thehorsebay dot com Jobe is a coming 11 y/o Registered Rocky Mountain gelding. This beautiful boy has been a trail horse his entire career and is quite proficient in the woods. He can handle the toughest terrain, loves water, crosses the deepest mud, and has a ground covering walk that will get you there comfortably. Jobe has a smooth, four-beat gait and does not require special shoes or riding. He is barefoot and has a nice hoof. Jobe is super smart and enjoys learning new things. He has been desensitized to many of our crazy things, such as the air dancer, the flag, tarps, umbrellas, and more. He handled it all in stride like a pro. He will step over to the mounting block, will ground tie for saddling, he can be cued to lay down and loves to bond with his person. I think J
... more»obe would excel as an obstacle challenge horse. He really enjoys the thought and the precision it takes. If you enjoy a smart horse, he is your guy. I just love him. Jobe has a nice neck rein and will move away from leg pressure easily. He carries his weight well and knows how to properly get up and downhills. Surefooted and savvy. He is not afraid of dogs or wildlife and is accustomed to ATVs, farm equipment, and traffic. He has been ridden by experienced youth riders and has given lunge lessons to the little ones. He is a sweet horse that will wiggle his way into your heart. You are very welcome to come to see him and call or email with more questions

About Bowling Green, KY

The first Europeans known to have reached the area carved their names on beech trees near the river around 1775. By 1778, settlers established McFadden's Station on the north bank of the Barren River. Present-day Bowling Green developed from homesteads erected by Robert and George Moore and General Elijah Covington, the namesake of the town near Cincinnati. [ citation needed ] The Moore brothers arrived from Virginia circa 1794. In 1798, two years after Warren County had been formed, Robert Moore donated 2 acres (8,100 m 2) of land to county trustees for the purpose of constructing public buildings.

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