"Gerome" is a green broke gelding that was acquired from a bad situation. He's an arabian cross. Gerome is turning into quite the gem as we have discovered. He loves his human companions and loves to be handled and loved on. He has went on a few trail rides since we've gotten him but still needs lots of miles in the saddle. He likes to "look" alot at new places but seems adaptable and trusting. I do not know as much information on this horse as I would like but we've now had him 7 months and started learning more about him. He is an easy keeper, bathes, clips, stands for the farrier, lunges, and is easily saddled. He can be kept stalled or outdoors makes no difference to him. I do not know an exact age on this horse but by teething him I'm going to say between 6 to 8 yrs old. He has been kept up to date on worming, shots, etc and has spent the last few months on wheat pasture putting some weight on and being spoiled as he was in need of it. A good home is a must for this gelding and I will not allow a greenhorn to obtain this horse. I feel this wouldn't be responsible as a seller. Price is negotiable as I'm not looking to make a profit off of him just find him a perfect fit home. He comes with a guaranteed sound contract as well as a buyer contract covering all the details. There is a video of him on youtube that was just taken March 16th. Please keep in mind he has just been pulled off pasture but I feel this would give you the best example of how he can behave after not being rode or handled much for a few months.
**ATTENTION** - There was a previous add posted on this horse but after further investigating we have found some information to have been misstated. Sorry for any confusion this may have caused
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We are willing to drive 1 hour in any direction from Abbyville Kansas.
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Sekr W Paint Horses -
We raise and sell quality paints for people in all parts of the horse industry. We are interested in finding the right horse for the right person and making sure everyone is happy. As the horse industry is still down with the rest of the economy we are choosing to no longer breed horses but will be finding horses that perhaps need some more riding and training and then hoping to place them in a permanent home. We also will be looking at hopefully in the future be able to train and give lessons to all level riders and horses. If you see something you are interested in or are looking for something specific we have lots of connections and may be able to find the right horse for you.