Addy is a 8 year old, registered PRE (Andalusian) hermaphrodite (presents as mare). We do have her papers.
She is forward and brave under saddle. She has done 5 hunter paces and jumped cross country fences, led, followed, crossed water, etc. She is still young and green which means she can be playful or fussy at times but overall a good girl! Great dressage or low level event prospect.
She has hock arthritis in her right hock and requires every 18 months - 2 year injections but sound for 2’6” and under jumping. X-rays available. Her other joints (stifle and left hock) are clean. Not a fan of other horses, but goes out with two mini geldings just fine. Sweet on the ground and stands well on crossties. She will be competing in fun shows and hunter pacing until adopted. UTD on vet and farrier.
Xanax is a 18 year old, 15 hand, STOCKY Missouri Fox Trotter, black mare.
This girl is for a more advanced rider, looking for some gaited get up and go. She’s been out trail riding off property and wants to go for miles, so don’t let her age fool you!
Barefoot and sound. She can get a little hot to trot at the start of the trail but offers nothing dangerous or scary. Super smooth gait. Great for someone looking for a hunter pace, camping, trail horse etc. Good ground manners.
Sierra is a registered, 9 year old, Dutch Harness Horse mare, standing at 16.3 hands. Sierra is a beautiful prospect for anything. We have her papers in hand.
Dressage, eventing, jumpers, her future is your oyster. She requires an intermediate or advanced rider due to her age and greenness. She is very quiet and sweet. Has been out on off properly trail rides with 40+ other horses and was perfect.
She is great to ride in the ring walk trot, and getting stronger at the canter. She’s a beautiful sport horse prospect. She is sound and UTD on vet and farrier.
Pita is a registered, 21 year old, Saddlebred mare. She stands about 16.1 hands tall.
She does require front shoes due to previous history of founder. She is now sound to trail ride and do low level ring work with front shoes. Pita can be a lot on the ground, she was a broodmare most of her life and therefore likes to sing the song of her people at full volume.
While her “talking” may not be her best quality for some people, she is actually very quiet and fairly advanced beginner safe to ride. She isn’t spooky and has had a fair bit of training at some point. We really enjoy riding her and working with her. For a casual rider, she would make an excellent prospect. UTD on vet and farrier and is good in the barn (stall/pasture) and with other horses. She can be naughty for farrier sometimes but we believe she’s had poor farrier work in the past.
Caico is a registered, 4 year old, Dutch Harness Horse mare. She is about 16 hands tall.
Caico is super cute and has a wonderful little personality. She is very much “green broke” (aka you can sit on her and walk around and that’s about all she knows).
She has a good temperament and a calm demeanor so I think she would make an amateur friendly horse once trained. She is a good prospect for any English discipline you can dream of! She is UTD on vet and farrier with no soundness issues. Just a really nice little mare.
Kokomo is a 2 year old, Dutch Harness Horse gelding. He stands about 16 hands, expected to finish 16.2!
Good lord check out that CHROME! Oh he is HANDSOME! This boy handles like a dream. He was a stud colt when we met him but he’s gelded now and gorgeous. He looks like an old fashioned warmblood with his big regal head and pretty conformation! He is suitable to do whatever his adopter can dream of, and he’s got the nicest temperament to go along with it. Plus his trot is dreamy for dressage! He is UTD with vet and farrier with no health issues.
Aruba is a registered, 4 year old, Dutch Harness Horse mare. She stands 16.2 hands, but she is LONG and has some substance to her, so would suit a taller rider.
Our trainers love her, and our riders do too… she may be 4 and know next to nothing but she has the sweetest little try hard temperament you’ve met. She gets up each morning trying to please you. She’s just so sweet. She is a cribber but it is completely controlled with a collar. Just about every single one of our girls has done the numbers on adopting her… but she deserves a one on one relationship.
If you’re 64 and returning to riding, if you don’t want to fall off, if you’re not comfortable with the unexpected green things a green horse will do… she’s not for you. If you’re a good capable rider, this could be the horse of a lifetime. Her heart is all in! She is very quiet and has an excellent temperament but remember— she is a baby and still needs training! She has jumped a few cross rails very willing. She is totally sound and UTD with vet and farrier.