Let me know why he should come to your home and make a reasonable offer. Preference to someone who will train and use him.
Fariq is a quiet and friendly May 2011 solid bay purebred Arabian gelding (Habib Rafiq x SA Farah Bahim). He's very laid back like his sire, and he's not easily upset or snorty, as you can see from the video at https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10202440786766949&set=vb.1412385090&type=2&theater.... (read more) [Cantering in the video was casual and not extended.]
Fariq was started professionally at 2YO (just after gelding). The trainer ponied him on trails and did light backing in a round pen. For continued socializing with other horses and a "herd", he was turned out on 80 acres from fall to this summer. If it were 20 years ago, I'd send him back to the trainer for 60 days and start riding myself, but my doctor has recommended that I ride only a seasoned horse.
Fariq is very well balanced and correct and should be a stellar endurance horse for someone who wants to start him now, season him on trails, and then go for longer endurance competitions in a year or so. He is easy to handle on the ground, respectful, trusting, and loads well.
Fariq is almost 15h now, and should grow another inch or so by maturity, as his sire is 15.2h. Fariq also has his sire's excellent hooves [sire ridden endurance barefoot].
Please ask for more pictures and pedigree!
Asking $1400. **BEST REASONABLE OFFER TO GOOD HOME FOR THIS TALENTED GELDING** as he will not be utilized here. Would consider trade for well seasoned smooth gaited (prefer fox trotter) mare or gelding (under 15h) suitable for an older trail rider.
Fariq is located near Lawton, Oklahoma, and he has a current Coggins and vaccinations.
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