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    $ 2,200

    Gentle, In Your Pocket QH Trail Gelding

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    Subcategory:Quarter Horse
    Ad Type:For Sale
    Height:15.1 hands
    Temperament:2 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
    Age:8 yrs
    Country:United States of America
    Price:$ 2,200
    Location:Desoto, MO 63020
    Doc is an 8yr old 15.1 hand tall Quarter Horse Gelding. He is a character all in his own! He was hand raised, and thinks everyone in the world is there to love him...definitely what some people call an "in your pocket" type horse! You literally can't turn around without Doc being there, and most of the day he is there with his head hanging over the gate. He has been used as a trail horse his entire life, and has been ridden all over Kentucky Lake, and Mammoth Cave State Park, among other trails in Kentucky. He will walk out, or mosey along, depending on what type of horse he is riding with. Doc neck reins, uses outside leg pressure, and has a wonderful whoa. He has pretty basic training, and all around is a pretty simple horse...no need to know fancy cues with him...kick means go, pull back on the reins means stop, pull the rein sideways means turn. Doc is used to crossing ditches, downed trees, water, and anything else you come across on the trails, and has no problem with steep and rocky hills. He is not spooky at all, and the only time I have ever seen any type of nervousness from him, was when out alone and a storm came in - then all he did was get antsy, and want to walk faster. He's a real baby doll, and just wants you to love and pay attention to him. In the pasture, he is lower on the pecking order, but works his way up to the round bales to eat, even if it means getting a nip from another horse. If you can ride a horse, you can ride Doc...like I said, he's pretty simple. To view video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9z3iQozwau8 Call 314-608-1800
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