Pushers Evil Gambler (Gambler) is a registered TWHBEA 3 year old gelding whose foaling date is 04/21/2010. Registration number is 21000764. He is a Black Roan with a blaze and three white socks, black mane/tail. Sire is Pusher's Gambling Man (937642) and grandsire is The Pusher C.G. (725575). His dam is Evils Misty Rose (205124230) and his dams sire is Evil Generator (870318).
Gambler is very nicely gaited. He has a beautiful head shaking walk and gait. He has a good whoa and can stand with you sitting on his back for as long as you want. He is not a leader, but will follow willingly anywhere else in the pack. He has been to a few shows, just for exposure but was not entered. He is not currently shod.
Gambler is up to date on all vaccinations including West Nile, Rabies, Potomac as well as rhino/flu/east/west encephalo. He also has a current Coggins.
Gambler is rated for an intermediate rider - he needs more saddle time. He spent 60 days in trail training last summer. He is about mid in the pasture pack. He is very personable and loves to be petted, brushed and messed over. He has never offered to bite, kick or rear . Videos coming soon Get him while his price is awesome, Owner is scaling down.
Company / Facility:
Coffey Stables - Offering Well Broke Gentle Horses -
We love to fine tune horses for resale. We use natural training methods, ground work and round pen in our training. We love the trail riding, and playing with our horses. Horseback riding IS AWESOMEEEE :)
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