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Horse for sale - REDUCED! 2015 AQHA Blue Roan Gelding - $9,750 OBO

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Quarter Horse
15.1 hands
4 y.o.
Jordan Budowski
Williston, Florida   32696

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Jax had his start at the Clinton Anderson Academy in the spring/summer of where he completed the Fundamentals level of the Clinton Anderson Method. He was pushed to the limit daily, and never pushed back – he would genuinely go to the end of the earth with you without a second thought if you asked him to. He has been exposed to anything and everything you can find on a ranch – cows, machinery, tractors, etc – rides over obstacles and through water without hesitation, and is quiet and respectful on the trail whether he’s completely alone, in a group of a few horses or in a group of 20+ horses. He stands quietly when tied, for the farrier, for baths and loads with ease. Jax is definitely a character and has a personality you won’t soon forget – no matter where he goes, people instantly fall in love with his friendly and silly demeanor. Jax is the horse that greats you with a whinny when you first come to the barn, and his personality matches that of a big loyal dog who just wants to please.

He has a solid foundation in the basics, and is ready for the next level of wherever you wish to take him. He has the smoothest lope you'll ever sit, he is soft, supple, and responsive to your leg, and rates your seat well. Jax is not a horse for beginners because he is so light in the mouth and responsive to your leg – he needs someone who knows what they’re doing while handling and riding him. He would be best in a home with someone who will give him a daily job to do – whether it’s showing in the arena or working out on the ranch, he will be a willing, reliable and fun partner for you.