Kid Tested Mother Approved Golden Palomino Gelding
Say Cheese! Here is a golden palomino gelding that is sure to make you smile. Kid Tested and Mother Approved. This versatile gelding has been used on the ranch for hog hunts in the deep brush, to a lesson program, and fun shows. He has a deep stop off of your seat, and smooth transitions. Cheese has a great travel, put an English saddle on him and stride out, or he will scale back to a nice pitter-patter trot and rocker chair lope, bridle less. Cheese has been used to doctor cattle in the pasture and has seen lots of country. This is the type of gelding you can use for a week, or lay him off for 45 days, and step right back in the middle of. Ride him on the ranch, in the arena, or down the trail. He is great out on the trail, carefully placing his feet to take care of his rider in any situation. If you are looking for a horse to bond with, and spend time with outside of riding- Cheese is your guy. He has an excellent one handed neck rein, and will move willingly off of your leg cues. From rough country, to metro parks on the east coast with runners, strollers, dogs, and traffic- Cheese handles it all in stride. He gets along great with the other horses in the pasture, and has no vices pulling him out of the stall on Monday morning.Cheese stands quietly for the farrier, and will ground tie until you tell him differently. He is the perfect size for a rider with bad knees, as he is easy to get on and off, but stocky enough to carry almost any size rider comfortably. He has been exposed to all farm machinery, equipment, road traffic, gunfire, deer, cattle- you name it. He is sound and up to date on teeth, vaccines, coggins, and health paper. This gelding has been nothing short of a pleasure to work with since he stepped foot on our property. No matter what direction you want to go, this phenomenal gelding will be sure to take you there. He has all the buttons: side pass, turn around, leg yield, but just as easily-point and go. Gentle, flashy and broke, with unlimited potential!
March 23 on Horseclicks