2/3D Barrel Gelding! Dont Pass Him Up!
Nothin But Cash (Cash) is a 2001 model, 16.1hh, gelding. He is a registered appaloosa but is solid sorrel. Anyone and Everyone from age 5 to 55 can ride Cash, he is a super good boy, on the trial you would not know he is a barrel horse, he will go through-over-across anything with no issues. He is not spooky, will be the leader or the follower. He has been around dogs, cats, tractors, 4wheelers, and ridden along busy highways. Cash has been hauled to local and big barrel races- none of the environments or noises bother him. Cash has a sliding stop, pivots, backs, counter arcs, bends and flexes. While warming up he is as calm as can be, very willing to do anything you ask of him. He will have a “gate issue” during a run if he feels his rider get nervous- the calmer you are the calmer he is (He will rear -bring his front feet 2" or less off the ground) but once in, he has heck of a run! If you can trot/lope/run up the ally he has no issues, he will also lead in or follow another horse is completely fine. He runs 2/3d times right now being hauled inconsistently, being hauled more he should be a solid 2d horse- has been in the 1d a couple times but not consistently. With the right rider he could be a 1d horse. He is a free style runner and we can’t seem to click. Runs 23second pole times, has been used for goat tying and been around cattle, was used in high school and 4h rodeo. Also knows other game day events-flag race, key hole, figure 8 ect. Cash will go any speed his rider asks but would suggest intermediate rider due to his chance of gate issue. He is tattooed, had 2 starts. He must be shoed when he runs, he is tender footed. If you are looking for that horse that runs the same time every run look no farther, he has won many target shoot outs.
His only vice or what people would call a vise is that he is partially blind in his left eye, he has been this way for 3 years and it DOES NOT affect him. I am planning on getting a video tomorrow if weather holds out- trotting, loping and running the pattern so that it can be seen that his eye does not affect him… If you treat it like a problem it may become one but if you treat it like its not there you will not notice it unless looking directly at his eye. his price does reflect his partial blind ness. Asking 5000$ obo possible trades
|Ad Type:||For Sale|
|Name:||Nothin But Cash|
|Temperament:||2 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)|
|Age:||11 yrs 10 mths|
|Country:||United States of America|
|Location:||Arlington, SD 57212|
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