Maverick is a 5 year old buckskin Quarter Horse gelding. He was one of the horses rescued in Kentucky as a yearling known as the Lucky 48. I went all the way to Louisville, KY to get him, but unfortunately I don't have the time or the money to guarantee him the best future. He was owned and ridden by an older woman. He was trained with natural horsemanship over last summer and ridden on trails and through creeks (which he loves) and was ridden consistently up until about January, he's only been ridden about 5 or 6 times since then.... (read more) I have recently ridden him bareback with just a halter and he did really great. He is not scared of anything, not spooky at all. Very much like a big puppy dog. However, he is a ladies man and loves my mares (we believe he is proud cut). He ignores them while being worked though. He has lots of personality and loves to be curious. When I got him my intentions were to start him on barrels, but that fell through just because I don't have enough time to work with him and my other horses. He could be a great barrel horse if that is what you want to do with him. He has lots of speed and endurance. He would be great for any discipline. He jumps very high, he has jumped over a fence of mine, so you could even take him in that direction. He is very flashy and considering he isn't spooky, he could be a great trail horse. He is not registered, but the "Lucky 48" were all from good Quarter Horse bloodlines. He will need a refresher. He is (estimate) around 15.2-15.3 hands maybe taller. Very stocky, well built and muscled horse for not being worked often or hard. I am only considering selling him, just testing the waters. I will be very picky about where he goes, price is negotiable to a great home. Call/Text 931-980-4416 anytime. Or email. If you have any questions or would like more pictures let me know I have quite a few!
Maverick had his teeth floated 7/12/13.
A couple videos of Maverick being a bit destructive Watch Maverick Ripping a Saddle Blanket Watch Maverick Devouring the Carrot Stick
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