The American Quarter Horse, also known as the Quarter Horse, originally comes from the U.S. and is the most common horse breed in the world. Worldwide, there are approximately 4.6 million registered Quarter Horses. The breed originated in the 17th Century, as rich plantation owners from Virginia and ... More about the horse breed American Quarter Horse
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CONSIGNOR CONTACT: Rachel Sanders 805-453-3410
LOCATION: Joshua, TX
BREED: Grade Quarter Horse
Are you looking for the perfect addition to your family!? If so check out Frosty. . .This gelding needs no introduction, as he is the safest horse I’ve ever offered to the public! He stands 15 hands tall. This gelding is 8 years old and has his whole life ahead of him. He is a beautifully built, dapple gray, that will steal your heart Frosty will take care of you in any aspect in your equine wants and needs! He is perfect in every way you could think of. Frosty is one hand broke making him easy to operate for anyone in your family. He will go absolutely anywhere you point him to without hesitation. Frosty is 110% sane and safe. You can trust him with your most beloved family members. He will exceed your expectations. He is traffic safe, he will step and go through anything you point him towards. Frosty is as solid as the come and isn’t bothered by anything! Frosty has seen everything you could think of, barking dogs, screaming children, all aspects of the ranch, and doesn’t bat an eye. Frosty has been rode in the grand entries at the PRCA rodeos and has been in many parades. Frosty is flashy and will get you noticed anywhere you take him! Frosty was used on the ranch by a 10 year old boy in some of the roughest country in Texas. He has drug calves to the fire, sorted many cows and used in every aspect of ranch work. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to own a gelding that is truly safe for the whole family. For more information please call Rachel at (805)-453-3410.