Video links below. 14 Year old Gelding barrel horse stands about 15.1HH.. Has qualified for nations through Utah in High School Rodeo with previous owner, was a solid 1D barrel horse with her, With us more of a solid 2D since my daughter was new to the sport when we got him. Also did well in the poles. Son of Darkelly whose offspring have over $1M in earnings. https://stallionregisterdirectory.com/listing/darkelly/
Darkelly is 25 and still carries a $3,500 stud fee and has turned out some amazing barrel horses. He will come right to you when catching him, stands still for farrier. He does great on trail rides, will climb through brush and up hills hunting and go all day. Reason we are selling him and selling so cheap. We bought over our heads. We had never barrel raced when we got him and this horse is a little too much for my daughter. She has got much better on him and has got some good times on him. He is pretty easy going in all other types of riding, get him in front of a pattern and tell him to go, that's when you need a little experience. The problem my daughter has had is if she runs him in hot to the 1st barrel she can't keep him tight on 1. The way we have "tricked" him into letting my daughter run fast is to slow loop in to 1st then gets on him after that. He will go slow when asked but as soon as you let him he is pretty free running and doesn't take much push. See the run in the video and how slow he was going to 1st and clocked a really good time on a pattern that was not far from full size. Getting solid 2D and sometimes even 1D times like this, someone that had more experience and could run him fast all the way around would be well into 1D. Or if someone happy with 2D times he is pretty automatic at that pace. Watch his speed running home...he is a very fast horse.
Pocatello, ID $8,000. 208.251.7217