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I am looking to sell my 1.5 yr Quarter Horse colt. Solid sorrel, with star, stripe, and snip. He has a beautiful head, sturdy build, and showy trot.

He is not registered, and still a stud colt. He stands between 13.5hh and 14hh, very flashy and full of spunk. With proper training, he could excel in many different disciplines and in the show ring.
He is difficult to catch, but when caught does lead and stand tied.

He is a previous abuse case and has issues with adult men. He is doing wonderful with woman thus far.
Both testes have dropped, so he is ready for gelding.
Former owners say he was wormed in October, and given his shots.

Reason for sale is that the lady on the five acres we are renting all of a sudden has 'problems' with us being there after a year. I cannot move him to my other pasture because 1) my geldings would run him straight through the (unfortunately barbed wire) fence. 2) there is a mare just across the lane. 3) I don't have the cash to geld after having to do fence work.


He has until December 4th. On the 5th, if he is not sold, I will have to take him to the sale barn, unfortunately.


Note: Picture is a good 2-3 months old. He has his own pasture lot and is grained daily, so is quite a bit fatter now (slowly approaching "I Need a Diet" fat). That nasty, encrusted, coming-back-to-life lead has also been removed.

 

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UPDATE: After talking with the people who live on the 9 acres where I run my other three geldings, they would be okay with us using their former vegetable garden/paddock until the 1 acre lot fence is fully repaired and he's gelded (I also found a gelding operation that will save me a good 100 bucks, so it's do-able!). So he is NO LONGER FOR SALE. Thank goodness for understanding people :D
 
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