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Big and Flashy, Gorgeous, Safe and Gentle, Appy Gelding

Appaloosa Horses for Sale in Casa Grande, Arizona

$2 200,00
 
Mikey
 
Markings:
 
Color:
Red Roan
 
Breed:
Appaloosa
 
Birthday:
Jan 24, 2000
 
Sex:
Gelding
 
Height:
17.1 hh
 
Weight:
1200.0 lbs
 
Registry:
N/A
 
Reg:
N/A
 
In Foal:
 
Temperament:
3 / 10
 
Last Update:
01/22/2017
 
 
Additional Comments:
Mickey is a 17.1hh, (yes, we taped him)gentle giant who is safe for the whole family. NO SPOOK,BITE, BUCK, KICK, OR REAR. He will take you safely down the trail with no issues. Mickey has countless trail hours, and has been there, done that. He doesnt mind loud noise,traffic, farm equipment or barking dogs. He will cross through water, through or jumpover ditches (which ever you prefer). He knows his leads, side passes, has a great neck rein. He rides in a snaffle. He's was most recently trail ridden by a 12 year old girl. He does need a rider that has some confidence on the ground and under saddle as he can be a bit pushy. But if you correct him(with words, ei;aaa-aa-at) and let him know you won't be pushed around, he respects that. He stands for mounting and likes to move out. He will go out alone or with other horses with no issues. He likes to trail ride, he also does good in the arena. He has been ridden both English and Western. He does know some level 2 dressage and has also jumped crosstrails. He's also been ridden in parades and used for camping. This horse is a good family horse. He is large enough for Dad, and gentle enough for the kids and will even do arena work and jump! He has done a bit of everything. Come and give him a try ! MICKEY IS REDUCED TO $2500 FROM $3500
 

Shipping Notes:

Company / Facility:
Table Top Stables - PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO LOOK OVER OUR 'BUYER'S GUIDLINES' PRIOR TO MAKING APPOINTMENT: Please wait to inquire until you are ready to acquire a horse rather than just beginning to shop. Otherwise inquisition is pointless and the horses you inquire about will likely be sold before you have a chance to see or consider them. If you need to sell your existing horse before acquiring a new one, please address that issue first. If you have other horses you are considering, please be sure to rule them out before making an appointment with us. We do not deliver horses,if you live a distance from us, make sure you have transportation available should you decide to purchase or better yet, bring your trailer with you. If you are serious about one of our horses consider putting a deposit to hold to avoid the heartache of finding out your ideal horse has sold out from under you. This seems to happen way too often and it can be heartbreaking for the buyer and us as well if the more appropriate or worthy prospective owner misses their chance. Once the horse has left the property, there will be no refunds unless agreed to in writing prior to sale. We will always take horses we have sold back. No questions asked, however, we do NOT refund money. Once a horse has left the property, there are no guarantees from us. We cannot guarantee horses that are not in our care. We also do not do trials or payments. Horses must be for paid in full before they leave the property. If a horse's price is more than you want to spend, ask whether it's negotiable before you make an appointment. If the answer is no, there's no point wasting each others time. Another important realization is that our horse prices can increase every month in direct proportion to the cost of full care and training. We do our best to match horse to rider. Our goal is to place our horses in the best possible homes. Homes where they will be used and loved. There is no sense in purchasing a horse that is beyond your skill set, it is no fun for the horse or the buyer. Buyers have an obligation to represent honestly their skill level and intentions. Buyers who don't take the time and trouble to learn good horsemanship ruin good horses quickly. Remember no horse is ever "finished".They are sensitive creatures that continue to learn new behaviors throughout their lives. A beginner horse person will "undo"professional training in a matter of minutes. We don't want to sell you an unsuitable horse. Help us help you with accurate representation of your riding limits so we can find the best horse that best suits your needs. Expect that the horse will perform better for the me, the caretaker it has bonded to than will be the case with you. Please allow the horse time to acclimate to it's new environment. Subtle differences in riding technique produce very different responses from the horse. It may just be a matter of time and a little professional help before you and your new horse become a team, do not expect it immediately, they are live animals.

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