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2012 High Point Champion!
Armed Cash Threat is a 6 year old registered Tennessee Walking Horse gelding. This horse was bred to win! He is the 2012 Wisconsin Walking Horse Association Trail Pleasure English 3 gait Hight Point Champion and the 2012 Wisconsin Walking Horse Association Trail Pleasure 2 gait Reserve High Point Champion! Sired by World Grand Champion Gens Armed and Dangerous and out of A World Grand Champion producing Hard Cash mare. "Cash" has a great show record but will go out on the trail with a great attitude and stylish good looks. He is easy to get along with and has that signature rocking chair canter. He can go either english or western, he knows how to neck rein, he parks out for mounting and dismounting, backs, and is learning to side pass. He is fun on the rail or on the trail. He stands for farrier/vet, clips, bathes, loads. Cash is current on all vax, coggins and dental work.
Height: 15.1
Age: 72
Sex: Gelding
Colour: Black
Category: Tennessee Walker
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