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I have a 4-year-old pure Pusher bred Tennessee Walker gelding. He is 16 hands (maybe more) and STOUT. He does have a few issues which make his price as low as it is. I bought him in mid August, and the only vices he had were the ones that the guy I purchased him from told me about which were an occasional rear up (which he only did to see if you would get off of him or when there was somewhere that he didn't want to go; it wasn't bad though) and he doesn't like anyone touching or even reaching at his ears, which makes bridling him difficult (a halter bridle or reigns clipped to his halter work GREAT; and so does a tie-down.... (read more)) Once he is bridled and going, he has a DREAM gait. I was planning to sell him about 3 months ago, but my furrier REFUSED to let me do so because he said that I didn't know what I had. He asked me could he keep the horse and ride him to work his kinks out and to make a hunting horse out of him. We both agreed that the horse's value would go up tremendously after that ($1,500). He was supposed to keep him until March (the spring). To make a long story short, during the three months that the furrier had him, I was fed a bunch of lies. He lied to me like he had worked the horse's kinks out and was riding his 3-4 times a week. Truth is, the horse was maybe ridden 5 times TOTAL during that time. The reason that the horse doesn't want his ears touched is because he has ear mites/cankers really badly which I was told by the furrier was fixed by a vet. They never were. The furrier was put in jail about two weeks ago, and I was told by the guy that was ACTUALLY taking care of the horse, and had been taking care of him for the last 3 months, to come and get him because the guy whose property he was on wanted him gone. The horse was LITERALLY out of food as well. Thank God the horse had not loss too much weight AT ALL (maybe 20 pounds or so WHICH has gained back and then some!!). The horse was actually in Tillatoba when I was told that he was in Grenada. I went and got him and have had him back for nearly two weeks now. He will come up to you and is not hard to catch ESPECIALLY with food. He is jumpy/spooky which is characteristic of the pusher breed. He would be a GREAT project horse and possibly a great show horse with time. When tied to a tree, he gets nervous and panics thinking that his ears about to be touched or for whatever reason, and after a while, he tries to break free (this doesn't last long). You just have to talk to him and rub him to calm him down and be reassuring. Once you have his trust, he is good. He is NOT a beginner horse!! He is NOT registered. I just don't have time to work him, and if I did, he would not be for sale. I only desire to have one horse, and he makes horse number 2 in my pasture. HE MUST GO!! If interested, contact Joseph at 662-609-0941, calls or texts. I answer text more frequently. SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY!!... AND NO LOW BALLERS!!.. Yes he must go, but I'm not just going to GIVE him away. $500.
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