|Ad Type:||For Sale|
|Temperament:||3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)|
|Country:||United States of America|
|Location:||Houghton, MI 49931|
Cajun Storm is a 16 yr old, 15h grey Arab gelding. He is the kind of horse that can be left for a year and then ridden again with no problem. He was a pasture ornament for a year and half and then I took him out on a 3 hour trail ride ... he did great.... barely broke a sweat. Never has bucked, reared, taken off or done anything stupid for me. http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/cajun+storm He also has a very nice pedigree. Nice, smooth floating trot. Current on Vaccines, hoof trims, wormings and coggins.
Storm is being used by a college student for endurance riding and local shows this summer. He has been doing exceptionally well and is getting a well rounded exposure to a lot of new scenery and events. He has been ridden both English and Western, shown at local shows in English, western, Halter and Jumping. He will be trying his hand at a game show this weekend! He has been good at all of them! Update: Storm seems to enjoy jumping and does well at it. He has done barrels, pole bending and other games. Does pretty well for never having done them before. He has not refused to do anything asked of him. He has even put in one endurance ride and did very well for his first time ever. He is suited for an advanced beginner on up for most of these activities, but a total beginner could ride him in an arena. He is sound and has no bad habits. Gets along well with other horses.
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Patricia Mayer said:
Hello! I am interested in Cajun Storm. How long have you owned him, and, why are you selling him? Could you describe any of his past or current medical issues? Do you know who/where he was started? Does he trailer well? Thanks!
I have had him almost 3 years. He has never had any medical issues, always healthy. I am selling him because I have too many horses (12) and I am only keeping my gaited horses. He is a great horse. He can go a year without riding and when you do, it is just like your last ride. Doesn't spook, but by no means a dead head. He has spirit, and is easy to handle from the ground or in the saddle. I have had a very hard time deciding to sell him and I will be particular where he goes.
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Emily Argetsinger said:
do you still have this horse?
Yes I do, reply to you failed.