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Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Lexington, KY
Enchanting Quarter-Horse mix gelding in stunningly beautiful color only in good hands. Hope is a heartbreaker on four hooves and a pretty gelding with an impressively good character. Hope has a pole size of about 1.50m and is perfect for recreational riders mainly for off-road enthusiastic riders but also for beginners in equestrian sports. He loves dealing with children and enjoys being cleaned or washed in good weather. Hope carries his rider through the terrain with a lot of fun, whether alone or in a group does not matter. He enjoys the rides over large fields and dirt roads. Through his good-naturedness and his way of wanting to please, he puts every rider on the right track. Hope knows both the terrain and the riding arena, where everyone is guaranteed to reach their destination s
... more»afely! It is always fun to work with him, to further develop his talents and to learn with him. He also knows some lessons in free work and is very willing to learn and motivated in horsemanship work. Hope was ridden gently and has so far been trained according to age. Due to his unmistakable character traits as well as the daily dealings with caregivers, he is very light-riding and good to handle. Trucks, cars, dogs, children playing or loud noises are of little interest to him. I would like to give Hope a new home where he feels comfortable, where he is shown the love he is used to and his abilities and talents are further promoted. Therefore, Hope is only given into good hands and personally brought to his new stable. If desired, an aku will of course be made. You can get to know Hope in Rhede, I will be happy to pass on the exact address via a personal message. Please contact me via email email@example.com
About Lexington, KY
This area of fertile soil and abundant wildlife was long occupied by varying tribes of Native Americans. European explorers began to trade with them, but settlers did not come in large numbers until the late 18th century. Lexington was named in June 1775, in what was then considered Fincastle County, Virginia, 17 years before Kentucky became a state. A party of frontiersmen, led by William McConnell, camped on the Middle Fork of Elkhorn Creek (now known as Town Branch and rerouted under Vine Street) at the site of the present-day McConnell Springs. Upon hearing of the colonists' victory in the Battles of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775, they named the site Lexington.