Riders Wanted!! Two Geldings in Eastern Iowa - The Horse Forum
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post #1 of 1 Old 08-05-2007, 11:35 AM Thread Starter
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Riders Wanted!! Two Geldings in Eastern Iowa

Hello Everyone,
My husband and I have four trail horses. We ride the two mares and the kids ride the two geldings. Well, the girls are gone for the year and their geldings are just sitting in pasture. If anyone is interested in working out a lease situation till next summer. If someone does fall in love with one of the boys, we could end up selling to you. If it is the right situation for the horse. The riding is more me and my husband, kids could really care less. So, I could get you details on these two. One is a bay, 16'3, very, very easy going, could easily do dressage. Very smooth trot to canter, very floaty smooth ride. The other gelding is a sorrel, with four white socks, loves attention, very smooth, easy going attitude. Both horses are very loved. I would not suggest either for a rank beginner, they still need direction and confidence. They were rode by 12 and 9 year old little girls on trail and pastures, but kids were riding for quite a while, we never want horses to get away with much. Thanks for looking!
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