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    08-05-2008, 04:22 AM
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Former Camp Horses for Sale

Monty is a 7yr old 15.2hh QH gelding, possibly registered(owners looking into papers). His previous family had participated in a lot of 4H but Monty may have sat around a for a bit as he's a little rusty undersaddle(antsy at times but doesn't act out). He responds well to voice commands and will move off very little leg pressure. He willingly picks up a walk, trot, or canter and primarily direct reins. He is level headed, difficult to startle, and does will going out in a group or alone. Monty is currently being ridden as a trail horse. He could use some work to restablish more respect on the ground and has an old injury(looks like a cut) on his back left leg but hasn't had any soundness issues with..
They are asking abo. $500 for Monty.


Indy is an Flashy 5 yr old Arab X gelding with an in your pocket personality. He has a gentle, quiet, and willing disposition making him easy to work with and a pleasure to be around. Indy has had a rider on him but due to the sensivity of a scar from an old back injury Indy would be best suited as a driving horse. Last summer he had some ground driving work which he responded very well too and is ready to be trained your way.
Note from the girl who had worked with him...I did the ground driving work with him and he's very clever, smart, and not spooky at all. Got tangled up in the lines and had no problem whatsoever. A very quiet, unflappable little guy.
Asking $300 OBO

KJ, registered name: KJ Royal Jack(AQHA ID #1340573), is an attractive 12 yr old bay QH horse gelding about 15.3hh. With his calm and willing disposition KJ has excelled as a youth and beginner horse for the past 8 years, primarily being used for lessons, games, and trail rides by riders 7 yrs old and up. His pedigree is here on allbreedpedigree. He is N/N on his paper. He also needs some corrective/consistant trimming as he has one contracted tendon on one foot at this current point and time. Asking $700 obo

Basil is a cute chocolate brown and white 11.2hh pony mare. With her quiet and calm disposition she made a wonderful and dependable lead line pony for an autistic child for many years. Basil has not had much training for independant riding but being well broke for a rider she'll make a great 4-h project for someone to finish, a nice lead line pony, or a fun mount to pony the kids around on. She has nice ground manners but could use some more work on picking up feet and standing quietly when tied for extended periods of time. She's currenty being worked with by older youth and is not aggressive, just impatient and quite likely a bit spoiled in a previous home.
Asking $300 obo

Schatzie, registered name Shot of Glory(AQHA ID #1272286), is a beautiful 23yr old, 16hh+, light bay Appendix QH. He was originally trained and ridden as a hunter jumper but is now used primarily for western pleasure. Schatzie has many years of experience being ridden by youth and beginners on up for lessons, trail rides and games and has a calm, quiet disposition. He has great ground manners, stands tied, good for grooming and saddling, great with the farrier, has no soundness issues, and has great feet that have never needed shoes. He is a cribber which is helped with use of a cribbing collar.
Asking $500 obo

All horses are located in Plymouth, Wisconsin which is SE Wisconsin.

I'll be putting some photos up shortly. Please feel free to message me if you'd like more information about any of them, have questions, etc.

Thanks, Heather
Heather_d1230@hotmail.com
     
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    08-05-2008, 04:34 AM
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