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Comets Blue Question ~15.0HH, 2011, Blue Roan AQHA Gelding

"Comet" is a solid, been-there, done-that, seen-that Blue Roan Gelding! He has been used for trail, roping, sorting pairs, and has been used as a pony horse, for team penning and playdays. This sweet, easy going guy has a ton of handle and is a blast to ride. He is extremely broke and tolerant and is suitable for just about any age or level of rider. Comet has excellent ground manners, bathes, easy to tack up, bridle, pick feet, groom, load, haul, stands tied anywhere for hours, quiet for the vet and the farrier, and stands for mount and dismount. Comet is extremely well trained and reliable. He has a great stop, turn arounds, rollbacks, lopes and jogs around on a loose rein, rides one handed, bridle-less, side passes, and works a gate. Anything you want to do on the ranch or trails, Comets done it! Comet is super tolerant and forgiving of error, he is so smooth and comfortable to ride. There are not a lot of horses out there that are this steady. Comet is a pleasure to be around!

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