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Ranger is truly a one in a million mustang, from his mind and training to his looks and personality. Ranger will really do anything you throw at him with a sweet and goofy personality and a willingness very few horses have. Ranger will stop, spin, lope circles, rollback, lead change, collect, sidepass, move haunches and shoulders in/out, etc, and is very soft in the face. Rope off of him, jump him, ride him through the ocean, or take him to a show, he will do it. And even if he doesn’t do it now, he’s very trainable and learns things quickly. He is great to ride english, western, or even bareback and bridleless. I have used him to halter break and start colts (and a pretty mean heifer), he is a no nonsense kind of guy when it comes down to work. Ranger also has lots of liberty and trick training, and will do liberty circles, smile, lay down, and rear (cue from the ground only). He is good to bathe, load, clip, shoe, saddle, etc. He’s a gentleman on the ground and is great for people of all experience levels to handle. Ranger is not pushy, rude, and he has never offered to kick/bite/bolt. This guy has been to the local high school to have the skeleton painted on him multiple times, Farm Supply for a county event, and has been used as a demo horse to over 1200 4th graders. Ranger gets compliments wherever he goes, from pro rodeo ropers to international mustang trainers. I’ve used him to give lessons to complete beginners and have had big trainers ride (and love) him. Although he is a sensitive guy, he’s not reactive and explosive as some mustangs can be, he is very level headed. He does have sidebone and we have x-rays from a few years ago, he just needs front shoes for some support. His feet themselves are great, and he has never had an abscess or a serious injury. Ranger would be best suited for an intermediate to advanced rider, as he has many buttons and needs someone who knows them. We are in no rush with him, and will make sure he goes to the very best home possible! He started me with mustang/horse training, and for the past four years has taught me so much. He is available due to absolutely no fault of his own. Located in San Luis Obispo, CA. He is about 15.1 hands. Vet checks welcome at your expense!