I am offering my 2 year old Quarter Horse, Cisco for sale. I unfortunately cannot afford to keep two horses and I have another young Quarter Horse coming into my possession soon so Cisco will need to find a new home.
He is 14.1 hh chestnut and has a fantastic temperament. He loves anyone and is always curious.
I have ridden him a few times up the road with other horses and dogs. He has been ridden by cars as well, being said, he is not by any means a broke horse. He will need someone who knows what they are doing with young horses or has a trainer to help them. He has only ridden a handful of times with a bareback pad and a Nurtural bitless bridle, as he still has wolf teeth that will be needed to take out before a bit is used.
He has been great with the riding up the road with his pasture mates, only having a few moments of wondering why I was doing that, but not being menace towards me. He has had the saddle on before and I have sat on him with it, but he will need introduced to that much more before a rider gets on with it.
He has been ponied multiple times and gone for couple hour long trail rides in the woods this way. He trots and lopes with the pony horse great and walks through water with it. He also has been let off the lead rope while in a field away from home and sticks with me and his buddy horses.
He is a great gelding, gets along with the other horses, doesn't nit pick at them. He's good for the farrier, doesn't flinch when I give needles, takes dewormers well and I'm getting him used to clippers around his head and body now. He lunges and is always trimmed every 6 weeks. He has been dewormed and had his 4 way already this year.
I am selling him with a green stable sheet, a fly mask, his halter and lead rope, and the nurtural bridle with reins, and his bareback pad which has stirrups (but no cinch included). I am doing this because I want to make sure he goes to a great home and I do not at all want him going to the auction. Also, he does need wolf teeth out, so until then, he can use the bridle I am giving as well.
I hate to give him up because I am a certified horse trainer and having a young horse is just like Christmas, but I have a horse whom I trained coming and unfortunately not the money and room for 2 horses.
I believe he will be a great horse for whatever you decide. He can jump rather well and he's quite quick to change direction when we're out riding with him off lead, he's quick and agile.
Cisco is located in La Glace at a friends place. Please only emails to me.