The American Quarter Horse, also known as the Quarter Horse, originally comes from the U.S. and is the most common horse breed in the world. Worldwide, there are approximately 4.6 million registered Quarter Horses. The breed originated in the 17th Century, as rich plantation owners from Virginia and ... More about the horse breed American Quarter Horse
⭐️Western ALL STARS - YELLOWSTONE EDITION⭐️ - Happening now thru MONDAY | JANUARY 30 - Available EXCLUSIVELY on HorseBid's website!
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CONSIGNOR CONTACT: Diamond 3 Performance Horses 972-413-0402
LOCATION: Ravenna, TX
REGISTERED NAME: Tallyboy
Mojo is a registered AQHA gelding that is a true work horse. He is accustomed to putting in a day’s work and he won’t quit you. Mojo has been used for EVERY aspect of ranch work and he loves his job. He is so cowy and he won’t let one get by him in the sorting pen. He’s been pasture roped on a lot and he will hold the rope tight for you to doctor one. He’s as wide as he is tall so he’s strong enough to pull anything you rope on him! Roping on him is so much fun. Mojo has been has been used for ranch rodeos and is very competitive there. He is gentle and fancy one hand broke like one should be! Mojo picks up both leads, sidepasses to open and shut gates, has a good stop, and he neck reins the best. My daughter loves to rope on him because he always puts you right where to need to be to catch! He is very cowy and he won’t get outrun. We have used him as a turn back horse in the cutting pen, too. He’s been used to head and heel on. Mojo has a lot of run to a cow, but when he gets to the spot to rope he rates perfectly. He has been exposed to cattle, ropes, traffic, water crossings, etc. He is extremely honest and easy to ride all over the ranch or trails on all kinds of terrain. As you can see in his video he will go anywhere you point him. Mojo also knows how to sidepass over to get you off of a gate or a mounting block for easy mounting. He is sound and will pass a PPE. Anyone is welcome to get one done on him prior to the auction ending. Please call (972)-413-0402 for more information.