9 y/o reining bred, trained, do all ranch plus contender gelding! - The Horse Forum
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9 y/o reining bred, trained, do all ranch plus contender gelding!

For you consideration: 9 and going on 10 year old gelding. "Town Sheriff" look him up on all pedigree. 9 plus months rein training, 1 month cutting, and multiple clinics. Used for lots of trail rides, ranch work, roping clinics, team penning, ranch versatility (1st rein, 2nd cutting last show), and recently reined cow horse competitions. I did just register him with the American Ranch Horse association to compete in those classes. 5,500 or best offer. Look pictures up by clicking on my album. Sheriff is more of a steady eddy type and i am getting to comfortable on him. I have a new prospect and found no time/money for both. I may regret it later since I have owned him for over eight years, but I decided I needed more of a challenge. Very safe horse and sound, great for begginers.
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