Finished 2007 Arabian

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Name
Sr Asanti
Breed
Arabian
Gender
Gelding
Color
Chestnut
Temperament
5 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
AHR
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.3 hh
Foal Date
April, 2007
Country
United States
Views/Searches
269/40,900
Ad Status
Available
Price
$10,000

Arabian Gelding for Sale in Draper, UT

14-year-old, 15.3hh, purebred, Arabian horse with papers. He is registered under the name Sr Asanti, sired by Magnum Psyche, grandsired by Padrons Psyche. He has won several regional and national western pleasure competitions but has been ridden hunter, english, and dressage for years since. Has been a lesson horse for one of the most prominent barns in Utah, and is currently owned by my family. He is an incredible riding horse. Has all transitions down, including walk-canter, and flying lead changes. He used to jump but had some ankle problems some years ago so he hasn't jumped since, although he is really enthusiastic about trying when there are jumps set up in the arena. Not sure if he still could. Has not had issues with that ankle in two years. He currently lives in a pasture wi
... more»th two other horses. Is definitely the pack leader but is not aggressive or mean. Gets along well with other horses and, of course, all people. Is very friendly and consistent and is a great family horse. He is a little hot, as he is still an Arabian, but as long as he is ridden consistently by just a few people he settles right in. Would recommend for casual riding or showing. He is a great horse and we are sad to see him go. Finances just don't allow us to keep him. Being sold at no fault of his own. Here are some of the competitions and placements he has gotten: Arabian Western Pleasure AART Select Championship - 1st Region 8 Championship Show - 1st Region 4 Arabian Western Pleasure Futurity - 1st Arabian Western Pleasure JRT 14-17 Championship - 3rd Only selling to a family or single rider. This boy needs a solid family foundation in his life. Only serious inquiries. Thanks.

About Draper, UT

In the fall of 1849, Ebenezer Brown brought cattle to graze along the mountain stream of South Willow Creek. The next spring, Ebenezer moved his wife Phoebe and family to settle in Sivogah, the Indian name for the area which means "Willows." Ebenezer sold his cattle to immigrants heading to the gold fields of California along what became the Mormon Road. More settlers moved to Draper in the next few years. Later the area was called South Willow Creek. By 1852, 20 families lived along the creek.

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