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HT346386F
AQHA grey gaming gelding
"Chip" will be 4 this coming spring. He has had lots of riding, safe for everybody, he knows all the wsca patterns, my 10 year old son rode him at many fun shows this year. Easy to catch, saddle, vet, farrier, he is great. He walks, trots, lopes, has a great stop and back, has never bucked, reared, bit, or kicked. My 70 year old mother took him trail riding a few days ago, he is not afraid of anything on the trails. He is gorgeous, stands about 14.2 should mature to 15 hands. He has a great set of papers to, goes back to Hollywood Jac 86, Peppy San Badger, Two Eyed Jack, Three Bars, and Mito Commander.
Ad Type:For Sale
Status:Available
Name:Ab Ripper "Chip"
Breed:Quarter Horse
Gender:Gelding
Color:Grey
Height:14.3 hands
Temperament:3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Age:3 yrs 6 mths
Registered:Yes
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 2,300
Location:Cornell, WI 54732
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