Meet Koda (Dakota)
He is a 10-year-old gelding that the entire family can enjoy! This guy can do it all! You can do anything on this gelding. He is very seasoned. He is sane and sound!
See more pictures and watch a video down below.
No maintenance needed! He can be turned out to pasture for weeks, or rode every day and will be the same horse when you catch him.
He is all muscle! He has a great build. Super thick. Straight legs. Great conformation. 15 hands tall.
He can be ridden by a beginner but has plenty to offer to a more experienced rider.
We purchased him for my 16-year-old daughter to learn how to run the barrels (not being sold as a “barrel horse”). He was used as a roping horse before we got him.
He is a blast in the arena, but he is also the “safe horse” I trust with my 10-year-old daughter on trail rides. He’ my go to horse when I’m going on a ride in the mountains.
Walks through huge rivers without hesitation.
He is great to haul, load, back out of the trailer, bathe, clip, is great for farrier, etc.
Trailers in a 2-horse straight load so he will load easily into any trailer.
No buck rear or kick. He is safe, consistent, and good to be around!
Not too young. Not too old. No health issues.
Just had his teeth done and feet trimmed for the winter.
Stands tied quietly, is not herd bound or buddy sour, super easy keeper, no health problems or lameness issues ever.
Really well minded
Great on the trails
Lots of experience in the arena
Neck reins perfectly
Listens to voice and leg cues
Great in parades
Carry a flag without a problem
The list goes on and on with this guy.
Serious inquiries only please. I love this guy and I will be picky about where he goes.
Call or text Lance at 435.232.6673 with any questions or to come take him for a ride.
We are located in Wellsville.
Here are his only Cons
He doesn’t run up to you in the pasture. He’s not hard to catch but he’s not “in your pocket”.
He also doesn’t love you touching his ears so a younger child would have a hard time getting the bridle on by themselves.
He has papers and is registered but his papers are somewhere in my house. I haven’t found them yet.
He’s safe for all ages but he’s not a 20+ horse that doesn’t move so although he’s safe for a beginner, he may be better suited for someone with a little experience.