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post #1 of 3 Old 05-02-2010, 12:25 AM Thread Starter
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Smile 9 years old, Bay gelding, barefoot, No vices, No issues, easy keeper, Sound ~VIDEO~

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Chief is one big gentle giant. This big pretty boy stands 16 h tall and is SUPER laid back and gentle. This guy is not just good looks, he has brains, a cool laid back attitude, and a handle to boot!! Just about any youth rider can get on this horse and have fun. He has no issues or vices and has been seasoned around cattle and trail rides. He acts like an old horse as he stands as still as a statue for saddling, shoeing, mounting and more! You can crawl all over this guy and he just eats up the attention.
He is stout, sane, sound and ready to take you down the road!! He has seen the sights and walks around quiet and low headed, he is ready to just jump on and go. This attractive gelding looks like a show horse and is ready to have you getting double takes where ever you haul him and he lopes off like a pleasure horse. . He will babysit the most timid rider and will help build confidence in just about anyone. He rides around bridle-less, low headed, and always docile! He has a been there done that attitude that is just so fun to own. This boy makes anyone look like a hero. He is a confidence builder deluxe. We ride him in just an D-ring snaffle with no tie-down. Chief is a doll of a gelding, he gets along well with all my other horses in the pasture and is easy to keep. He has been rode inside, outside, in the creek bottoms, and down the road, . He has been there and seen it all! Call to make an appointment to come out and try him! 972-658-5507

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Umm.....price?

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post #3 of 3 Old 05-04-2010, 03:03 AM Thread Starter
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He is $3500
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