Sunrise’s Cashmere (Cash)

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Al McDaniel
1650 co rd 268
Roanoke, AL 36274
256-282-3377

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  • Breed: Missouri Foxtrotter
  • Listed By: Al McDaniel
  • Location: Roanoke, AL
  • Registered: yes
  • Color: Cremello
  • Height: 14.2 hh
  • Foal Date: 06/03/2003
  • Sex: Stallion
  • Markings: Faint Blaze
 
 

 

 
 

 

Sunrise's Cashmere (Cash)

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Sold for: $1000.00[1 Bids]

Reserve: [Not met]Winner: lknight6

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Description
    • Breed: MFT 
    • Listed By: Al McDaniel
    • Location: Roanoke, AL
    • Registered: Yes
    • Color: Cremello
    • Height: 14.2 hh
    • Foal Date: 06/03/2003
    • Sex: Stallion
    • Markings: Faint Blaze
    Auction Information
    • lknight6 bid $1,000.00August 27, 2017 4:17 pm

    Between Buyer and Seller

    Sunrise's Cashmere is now up for sale. Cash has not only been used for breeding but he has been proven to be an awesome trail riding horse. In the past I have seen people riding stud horses on trail rides and thought they shouldn't be doing that. Some have even put vick's salve on their nostrils to cover the scent of other horses. My opinion has always been to ride a gelding or a mare, but then I bought this nice Cremello stallion to breed my mares to. I found out there is something else he is excellent at doing other than being a sire, and that is trail riding. I have never ridden another stallion that has more control than Cash. I found out that he is just as capable of taking care of me when I ride him as any other gelding I have. You won't find a more loving and affectionate horse anywhere. When I first bought Cash, the lady I got him from told me he would ride, but I got him for stud purposes. Then one day I was working on a gate in his pasture and I tied him up. To my surprise, he never moved. For several hours I finished my project and decided to see how he would ride. So I took him to the round pen thinking I would have to teach him to lunge, but I didn't. I could tell someone had put the time on the ground work. We saddled him up and what a ride! Cash is one of the smoothest riding horses I had ever been on. So if you are looking for a smooth, blue eyed, experienced trail riding horse, Cash is the man. THE WHOLE MAN.

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