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Azteca Gelding for Sale in Fort Collins, CO
MORE INFORMATION AVAILABLE ON THEHORSEBAY DOT COM Tequila has extensive trail and arena experience with children and adults alike. He is surefooted, experienced, and uncomplicated to ride. He crosses anything and everything without a second thought. He is used to loud noises, traffic, four-wheelers, and tractors. He is also used to tarps, balloons, bouncy balls, flags, bikes, umbrellas, and dogs, while not giving them a second look. Even in new places, he is extremely calm, collected, and easy to be around. He loads right in the trailer and backs out. He ground ties and truly wants to be with you. Tequila is very smooth to ride and has a rocking horse lope that is easy to sit. He is soft in the face, neck reins easily, and backs effortlessly. He goes anywhere you want to go with ease.
... more» You can ride him in a halter or bridleless, and he’s the same if you have a bit in his mouth. He gets along with other horses and has no kick or bite. You can lead the back or keep him in the back. His pace is the same, and it is super easy to keep him where you want him. Tequila also does TRICKS. He camps out on command and rears on command. It is extremely easy to control him, and he only does it when YOU want him to. He is so easy to cue and control you can do it with a coffee in your hand(refer to videos). He is a special horse and a joy to have fun with. Tequila has also been ridden at all gaits by a 4-year-old. He knows who’s on his back and is kind to whoever rides him. He is also used to young kids running around him and loud noises. He is a saint to be around in every way and is ready for a family to love him. If you have any questions or want to request additional videos, feel free to reach out, and we would be happy to help you.
About Fort Collins, CO
Fort Collins was founded as a military outpost of the United States Army in 1864. It succeeded a previous encampment, known as Camp Collins, on the Cache La Poudre River, near what is known today as Laporte. Camp Collins was erected during the Indian wars of the mid-1860s to protect the Overland mail route that had been recently relocated through the region. Travelers crossing the county on the Overland Trail would camp there, but a flood destroyed the camp in June 1864. Afterward, the commander of the fort wrote to the commandant of Fort Laramie in southeast Wyoming, Colonel William O.