Command Outwest aka Punkin is a red dun quarter horse gelding. He is a HUGE baby. Nothing spooks this man! He is built like a tank with a large rear end and huge chest. He does all the main stuff, neck reigns, stops, backs up, trots, lopes, etc. He is an EASY KEEPER. Also, no shoes needed. He is absolutely stunning to look at! Although he isn't finished in anything, he has done pretty much everything. He has team roped, cow sorted, and been in a hand full of play days (trots the barrel pattern). He does great in an arena filled with people. You can swing a rope around him and throw it anywhere you want to on his body. He is great with other horses, four wheelers, dogs, cows, kids, and grandmas, whatever. He stands tied even in loud arenas. He has been to a USTRC roping at the Ike in Monroe and stood tied for hours, rode around, and handled it like a PRO. He did not compete (I'm not a roper), but he was there all day. I can honestly say I can't remember anything spooking this guy including Wal-Mart sacks. NOTHING SPOOKS HIM. He is the kind of horse you can have fun on and not worry about the horse acting silly and hurting you. He does not buck, bolt, rear, kick, or bite. He is a gentleman! Now, every horse has his flaws. Punkin does not like loping the right circle; he will try to veer out of it. Nothing huge you just have to keep kicking him over back into it. I don't know what it is, he will do it he just hates it! Lopes the left circle fine! He also is smart enough to untie himself if you do a "simple" tie. He knows to pull the end of the lead rope to feed the rope threw to untie it. So I simply just loop it through a few more times so he can't do that! Most of the time when he would untie himself he would just stand there and look at it! He wouldn't go anywhere just stand there. He also is a little horse sour now. I left him in the pasture for awhile without riding him and he became very attached to the horses so he does not like leaving them. He was not like this when I bought him so riding him would fix this problem easily. It's not that bad. He will ride without them. There that's it. His only flaws. He hates the right circle, is smart enough to untie himself if you're not careful, and likes company of other horses! Not too bad. I'm not a motivated seller. He could make something and if not he would be an amazing trail horse for your kids. He is that gentle. You could even ride him in playdays for fun! He just does not have speed yet.
Rides bareback or double. Price is negotiable to the right home! He is out of shape, but will NOT require an experienced rider. He can go months without being touched and will never buck, rear, etc. He is just fat right now.
I am selling him for a friend. Her name is Charlcie and she has Punkin in Marshall, TX. I owned him before him so I know pretty much everything about him. However, to get a better understanding on how he rides now you will need to contact her. Her number is 1-903-407-0704. For info on his previous owners and all of his disciplines you will need to contact me. My name is Gabby and my number is 318-272-2574. I want him to go to a great home which is why I am helping her sell him. Contact us for any questions you may have! I even have videos!
His father is Command A Buck
1994 OQHA All-around Reserve Open Stallion
1994 OQHA Reining Reserve High Point Amateur
Multiple AQHA All-around Awards
Command A Buck has Open ROM 20 points in Reining and Roping as well as 13.5 points ROM in Amateur Reining. The son of Fritz Command, an AQHA Champion by the legendary King Fritz.
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