Bashkir Curly Trail Gelding

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Bashkir Curly
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
15.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2016
United States
Ad Status

Bashkir Curly Gelding for Sale in Fort Collins, CO

OPEN BIDDING ON THEHORSEBAY DOT COM. SALE ENDS ON 7/2 @5PM CT. More information available on the website including an UTD vet inspection, coggins, extended videos, images, and the owner's contact information to ask questions, request information, or make arrangements to come visit. Mileage is a 2016- 15 hand Bashkir Curly horse. He is a classic ranch horse and has a steady, quiet, been there, done that personality but with enough go to be competitive in anything. He trail rides well on a loose rein and handles all the obstacles like a pro. He is fun to ride and quiet enough to use for younger riders. He has been used for Gathering, sorting, and Dragging things on the ranch. He steps up and does his job well while still being quiet. He backs up, turns around both ways, and walks, jogs,
... more»and lopes nice in circles. Mileage has a nice soft mouth, is getting neck reining, and has a great stop. He is easy and classy; he is also stunning in person!!! He has super ground manners, quiet to catch, lead, load, haul, bathe, groom, pick feet, saddle, bridle, stands tied anywhere, stands still for mount and dismount, and is excellent for the vet and the farrier. He has been ridden out alone, in groups, been down the side of the road, hauled to arenas for events and out of town for different cattle drives and trail rides in town; he handles traffic and commotion like a super-star and has even been around trains and ridden on the side of the highway. This is a very relaxed, sweet, well broke gelding that is uncomplicated enough for just about anyone to get along with but has enough buttons for a more experienced rider to take far as a ranch, sorting horse, or just about anything else you could think of.

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.

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