Weavers Gem Light – SOLD! $1,900.00
Red Roan Gelding
DOB: May 19, 2014
Sire: Gems and Starlight
Dam: SNW Smart In Heaven
Breeder: Stan Weaver, Big Sandy, Montana
Current Owner: John S Ball, Atlanta, Georgia
Presented By: Cumberland Ranch, Good Hope, Georgia
Description: This horse’s pedigree speaks for itself: Mr San Peppy, Peppy San Badger, Doc Bar, Doc Bar Gem, and that’s just the top. The bottom he has Smart Little Lena and Smart Chic Olena. The mother is a NRCHA money earner. This horse was born and raised in the Montana mountains and he has the foot and bone to prove it. He is still growing and will fill out to be a perfect sized mount. This horse has been worked on cattle, ridden over bridges, Trail ridden extensively, ridden around dogs and four wheelers. He responded extremely well to leg cues, backs up nicely, and loads well. I started this horse last spring and Richard Boatwright put quite a few rides on him in the summer and fall 2016. He has matured well and is ready to go in any direction you want to take him whether it be the arena, the trail, or the cow pen. Please call, text or email with any questions. Contact information: John Ball phone 404-580-7154, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Creek Plantation Office
319 Steel Creek Road, Martin, SC 29836
From Augusta, GA:
From Broad Street, continue east onto Sand Bar Ferry Road (Hwy 28) and cross the Savannah River into South Carolina.
At Beech Island, bear right onto SC Hwy 125 (4 lane highway with median).
Stay on SC 125 through Jackson, SC. Bear right to stay on 125 for approximately 19 miles through the Savannah River Site.
NOTE: Some GPS devices will direct you to go around the Savannah River Site and head to Barnwell, SC. Disregard those directions and stay on 125 toward Allendale.
After exiting the Savannah River Site, turn right onto Steel Creek Road.
From Savannah, GA:
Take US Hwy 17 north to Hardeeville, SC. (15.7 mi.)
Turn left onto US 321 to Fairfax (49.8 mi.)
Left on Hwy 278 for 5.5 miles to Allendale. Continue straight onto SC 125 for 19.8 mi.
Turn left at Steel Creek Road, 0.3 mi. to site entrance on your left.