Broke Trail Horse for SaleBreak Trail horse for sale
It'?s a Cremello filly. A lot of ponies had problems with the dogs on the running area. A 2006 AQHA gelding, a grandchild of Zips Chocolate Chip and Radical Rodder, named Touch by Treasure, was on sale for $16,000. It was handed over by Thornton Quarter Horse and rode by Elizabeth Henyryson-Post. firstratette cutter bow won the trail obstacles competition and the $1,000 main award.
A lot of dressage problems with the dogs. At the Great America Trail Horse Sale a wide range of different types of horse was on display, from Quarters and Marmots to Frisian Sporting and Percheron Cross and Pony. Some of the dressage stallions had trees with stars and others without. Polecat spotted appealoosas and repeated hues of deerskin, dark, palomino und rose coloured the options.
But, with all their disparities, they had in common that they were broke, broke, broke, broke. And, because of their education, their licensing or not, several ponies were selling for more than $10,000. A 2006 AQHA gelding, a grandchild of Zips Chocolate Chip and Radical Rodder, named Touch by Treasure, was on sale for $16,000.
One 2008 APHA Gelding, Firstrate Cutter Bug, sells for $13,000. One 2010 AQHA deerskin gelding, Sparetime Smokin Doc, who had points in the ARHA contest, was awarded $15,000. A QHA gelding, JK Pat, sells for $14,200. Buckeye's Dream, a 2012 deerskin Percheron/QH crucifix driving and driving for $12,600. Well, that Paleomino didn't dispose of himself.
There is a root bangs on the floor while a horse was dragged over him and a bull whip ripped over his bod. $3,700 worth of appy mules. Sales were full of vendors trying to show how broken their horse was. A few had the help of kids to help them rid their horse through the stadium.
Some have made the horse lay down while they slam the whips around their heels. With this sale it was much more impressing for the crowds to be broke than to have a good breed. Whilst the sale brought good prizes for many of our ponies, there were also many that did not go on sale. A deer leather gelding won more than $17,000, but the lord said they were not near what the horse was valuable and shaken their brains for a "no sale".
" All mules except one that went through the sale did not make it to the reservation established by the owners. It was $3700 to buy it. Cute, calm Cremello AQHA filly for $2,400. A really well-made Mustang filly, who finished fifth at a Mustang Makeover competition, was selling for $1,900.
Although it was a trail horse sale and the appeal of the gangsters among the trailers, there were few gangsters for sale and they did not offer such a high priced sale as the ranching herd. One small maroon Rocky Mountain Horse was auctioned for $700 and one for $2,800.
One Kentucky Mountain Brown Horse, the crowd's favourite the previous evening, was selling for $5,200. When the Great America Trail Horse Sale shows horse owner something, it should be rewarding to invest in education and give your horse a career. Broken ponies are needed and wanted.