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Hands down one of the most astonishing geldings I have seen... no matter where you take him, Motown steals the show.

You can't walk by him without a double take. Motown will absolutely melt your heart in every way. You will fall in love with his looks, but just wait till you meet him; his big, soft, kind eye says it all. (2013 model, 14.3hh)  Motown's personality is second to none. He is accustomed to lots of one-on-one time and is the perfect gentleman in every way. He will eagerly meet you at the gate and loves to be groomed, bathed, and loved on.

The best part is riding Motown! He is an absolute blast. He has been shown in the reining earning $2,700 NRHA. He performs all the maneuvers push button and easily. He is one of the easiest lead changers I have ridden. Huge stopper and lopes gorgeous circles on a draped rein. Motown would be a phenomenal ranch rider or versatility contender. He is an outstanding mover and his transitions are flawless.

Motown is as safe, quiet and gentle as they come. Leave him off for extended periods of time and catch him, saddle him, and go! Absolutely no silly business to him! He's pure pleasure and fun! Safe for any level of rider to enjoy and go do anything you want to horseback.

Motown is an accomplished show horse, but he is stellar outside the arena as well. We have ridden him all over the AZ Tonto National Forest and Sonoran Desert Preserve as well as our ranch in north TX.

Open and shut all the gates, push cattle, sort pairs, and rope one if you need to! Motown is the real deal. Don't let his Barbie Doll looks fool you. He can work for a living too! He's talented, athletic, and willing to perform any task, yet cool as a cucumber and simple and easy to ride, all the time!

I feel privileged to have owned him and blessed that we have had the chance to have him in our program. Whoever gets him will have a once in a lifetime kinda horse. Motown is that special!

Motown is sired by Hollywoodstinseltown, earner of $185,000 NRHA, million dollar sire, and World Equestrian Games Team Gold Medalist.


Sarah McKibben

Whitesboro, Texas