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Magnum Witez BA “Magnum”

Status: Broke to Ride Western (upper intermediate to experienced rider, bigger boned can carry large person.) Breed: Purebred Arabian Color/Sex/Height: non fading Black  / Gelding / 14.3hh Foaling Date/Breeder: April 28, 1999 / Witez Black Arabians Registration No.: AHRA 0563830 Sire: El Nigadin (Purebred Arabian) Dam: My Hal-Amiga (Purebred Arabian) Price: $1,000.00 Add $675 if you also want his western saddle with him. I hurt my back Aug. 2016 It had not healed well, so need to cut back on work load.  Buyer pays registration transfer fee, and all shipping costs/requirements.  We vaccinated annually in March for rabies, tetanus, E-W sleeping sickness, and West Nile.
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Magnum was purchased from his past owners in WA, through his breeder in ND. He came here as a weanling and went to a professional Parilli / Johnny Lyons style trainer the summer of 2002 for the saddle. By 2003 he had a good start on him for a saddle horse with 2 1/2 months with the trainer plus many rides here on the ranch. He has been back to trainers for spring brush up training a couple times since, when because of surgery or busy schedule time limitations, health issues, I have not been able to ride him.  Plus when I ride, I work cattle or ride with a drill team and this fellow does not care for things overhead like bull whips or flags, so he was not my first to grab horse  So, this guy is not full of experience nor numerous wet saddle blankets, instead he has in a lot of pasture ornament time in.  So, Magnum has been ridden mostly around home and has not been around a lot of traffic nor city much, mostly country and arena riding. He goes well, has good manners, doesn't buck for me nor the trainers I've sent him to, but he still spooks at some things, rides like a young horse because of his lack of experiences, so needs a more experienced rider that can handle riding spooks at times. Magnum is normally easy to catch and friendly, having a good people loving nature. He is stake out broke, which could come in handy when on trails rides and camping out. But, best thing is with stake out training, he will not freak out if a lead rope touches his legs.  He will side-pass up to you and stand for mounting, if you are standing on a rock, upside down pail, or mount block. Very handsome, good looking stout muscled fellow that can handle a large man's weight, with nice gaits that are not to choppy, good legs, good hooves, short strong back, and nice depth of rib. He has extremely beautiful tail carriage, looks like the "Black Stallion" when running on pasture. Relatives of his have done well in cutting and endurance riding. He just needs wet saddle blankets and lots more riding experiences on him then I've been able to do with him. His pedigree is very good with a few lines to *Witez II / Ofir. Magnum’s half brother, Kailai, was a Champion Cutting Horse in open competition, even against Quarter Horses in CO. Part of me hates to part with him, but will ease my mind if I know he is going to a good home. He should have a home that will put him to more use then I do. I just have a hard time getting time to ride him as often as he should be, and with my back injury in Aug. 2016, I did not get to ride him last year. He also is allergic to white mold that occurs in the spring after snow melts, so, his forage needs to be watched then. Would consider selling a custom built 17" seat light duty roper saddle with him for $675 extra. Magnum has wither height but an extra thick shoulder blade like many Arabians have and short back, this saddle tree was custom cut to have an extra width in throat of gullet and shorter bar length for his back. We have found that some saddles designed for old foundation type QH will fit his back. Some of the older bull dog QH style Big Horn saddles seem to fit him well. Magnum was not ridden in 2016 and 2017 due to my injury last year.  I do have a video showing him ridden in 2012, rusty after a 9 month off, he will need brush up work.  For more information, please Contact Us.
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Horse For Sale

Magnum Witez BA

“Magnum”

Status: Broke to Ride Western (upper intermediate to experienced rider, bigger boned can carry large person.) Breed: Purebred Arabian Color/Sex/Height: non fading Black  / Gelding / 14.3hh Foaling Date/Breeder: April 28, 1999 / Witez Black Arabians Registration No.: AHRA 0563830 Sire: El Nigadin (Purebred Arabian) Dam: My Hal-Amiga (Purebred Arabian) Price: $1,000.00 Add $675 if you also want his western saddle with him. I hurt my back Aug. 2016 It had not healed well, so need to cut back on work load.  Buyer pays registration transfer fee, and all shipping costs/requirements.  We vaccinated annually in March for rabies, tetanus, E-W sleeping sickness, and West Nile.
Magnum was purchased from his past owners in WA, through his breeder in ND. He came here as a weanling and went to a professional Parilli / Johnny Lyons style trainer the summer of 2002 for the saddle. By 2003 he had a good start on him for a saddle horse with 2 1/2 months with the trainer plus many rides here on the ranch. He has been back to trainers for spring brush up training a couple times since, when because of surgery or busy schedule time limitations, health issues, I have not been able to ride him.  Plus when I ride, I work cattle or ride with a drill team and this fellow does not care for things overhead like bull whips or flags, so he was not my first to grab horse  So, this guy is not full of experience nor numerous wet saddle blankets, instead he has in a lot of pasture ornament time in.  So, Magnum has been ridden mostly around home and has not been around a lot of traffic nor city much, mostly country and arena riding. He goes well, has good manners, doesn't buck for me nor the trainers I've sent him to, but he still spooks at some things, rides like a young horse because of his lack of experiences, so needs a more experienced rider that can handle riding spooks at times. Magnum is normally easy to catch and friendly, having a good people loving nature. He is stake out broke, which could come in handy when on trails rides and camping out. But, best thing is with stake out training, he will not freak out if a lead rope touches his legs.  He will side-pass up to you and stand for mounting, if you are standing on a rock, upside down pail, or mount block. Very handsome, good looking stout muscled fellow that can handle a large man's weight, with nice gaits that are not to choppy, good legs, good hooves, short strong back, and nice depth of rib. He has extremely beautiful tail carriage, looks like the "Black Stallion" when running on pasture. Relatives of his have done well in cutting and endurance riding. He just needs wet saddle blankets and lots more riding experiences on him then I've been able to do with him. His pedigree is very good with a few lines to *Witez II / Ofir. Magnum’s half brother, Kailai, was a Champion Cutting Horse in open competition, even against Quarter Horses in CO. Part of me hates to part with him, but will ease my mind if I know he is going to a good home. He should have a home that will put him to more use then I do. I just have a hard time getting time to ride him as often as he should be, and with my back injury in Aug. 2016, I did not get to ride him last year. He also is allergic to white mold that occurs in the spring after snow melts, so, his forage needs to be watched then. Would consider selling a custom built 17" seat light duty roper saddle with him for $675 extra. Magnum has wither height but an extra thick shoulder blade like many Arabians have and short back, this saddle tree was custom cut to have an extra width in throat of gullet and shorter bar length for his back. We have found that some saddles designed for old foundation type QH will fit his back. Some of the older bull dog QH style Big Horn saddles seem to fit him well. Magnum was not ridden in 2016 and 2017 due to my injury last year.  I do have a video showing him ridden in 2012, rusty after a 9 month off, he will need brush up work.  For more information, please Contact Us.
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