DUNS LUCKY MAN

Grady
Grady

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2019 AQHA Gelding, 14.3h at the withers and 15h at the hip.

 

Grady's stacked pedigree boasts some of the greatest horses in the industry and crosses the athleticism of cow on the trainability and good mind of the reiners. High Brow Hickory won over $222,000 and has produced over $5 Million. Hall of Fame cutting horse, Smart Little Lena, won over %577,000 and has produced over $35 Million. On the dam side, Hollywood Dun It is a quarter horse icon and also in the Hall of Fame. 

True to what his breeding suggests, this guy is a total unicorn. Watch his video! Don't be put off by his young age -- he is one of the safest horses I've ever met; let him sit for weeks or months and pull him out and get right on with no prep or funny business. No buck, rear, bolt, spook. He is easy and fun to ride, great in and out of the arena, and hauls places with ease. He's been in professional training for his whole career, but has also been regularly ridden by beginners and youth of all ages, and has been foot-perfect every time. He has a lot of arena training, but has spent tons of time out on the mountain, as well.

He clips, bathes, vacuums, ties all day, is good in the trailer, good for the farrier, etc. He can live alone or with others, in a stall, run, or turned out. He is the middle/low end of the pecking order, depending on whom he's living with. He's an easy keeper and is simple in all of the ways.

Grady would be best suited as a family horse, 4H horse, or trail/ranch horse. He is sure-footed and not afraid of anything he's been exposed to. He's been hauled to shows and used as a turnback horse but has not been shown. He is consistent and safe -- a true old soul in a young horse body.

He has been meticulously cared for and is up to date on farrier, teeth, deworming, vaccinations, and coggins.

Priced in the low XX,XXX range, but negotiable to a great home. Grady loves attention and working, and he isn't getting enough of that here.

Located in Conifer, Colorado.

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