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What a Good Beginner’s Horse Looks Like…

Posted by on February 18, 2015

Description on YouTube: “Tonto, 11 year old Paint Gelding. This very large paint gelding recently came from Stephenville Texas. He is over 15 hh and is very much on the lazier side. Tonto will stand for saddling and tacking or anything you wish. He is easy to bridle and is not head or ear shy. He is no problem to catch in the pasture and typically likes attention and grooming. This gelding is a gentle giant without a mean bone in his body and likes attention. Loads in any horse trailer and unloads great. This gelding is impressive and eye catching under saddle and a joy to ride and be around. rides bareback, healthy, sound and barefooted. Quite attitude and not a bully in the pasture. Can ride western or english style. We have ridden this horse down the road and he is nothing but gentle and willing. Tonto is more of a follower than a leader. Beginner safe does not apply to every horse we have, but it sure applies here.. This gelding is suitable for a first horse. Bargain at this price! Price Is $1100.”

Remember that viewing a video is merely the first step in buying a first horse. You need to visit and try out the horse. NEVER buy a horse online or sight unseen, no matter how tempting it might be. By being present with the horse, asking questions of the seller, engaging your own intuition, and checking your personal list of requirements, you can avoid a possibly disastrous impulse buy.

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