Saturday, July 17, 2010
Updated: 4/8/11 Domino is now three and we'll be updating his profile next week.
Domino currently stands at 14.3 and is project to mature around 15 - 15. 1
He is currently in ground training and doing very well.
Price is $1400.00
This Tennessee Walker colt gaits marvelously. He's quite a looker too. His stud
consistently throws a beautiful head with his foals as you cans see.
His papers are pending.
The video tells it all. He leads, ties, picks up his feet and loads.
Rowan was a surprise. And a beautiful colt at that! The owners realized that the Welsh stud had a couple of hours free in the field but the Halflinger had failed to breed two years before.
He's a beautiful champagne color with some gray in it.
He's currently started his ground training and is picking up his feet, tying, leading and loading in the trailer.
Price is $800.00
Friday, July 16, 2010
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Summer is a black and white tobiano. She is approx. 15hh. She is currently a little over half way through with 30 days training, and has been started under saddle. This mare aims to please. She is being ridden in the riding pen and out of it on trails. Her mother is an amazing trail buddy, very safe demeanor and I know this filly will end up being the same way. She was previously let out pasture with the herd but now that her training has started she is progressing well. She is a nice big boned mare. Will mature into a very nice solid mare. Would make an excellent addition to a breeding program.
I have been teaching her to park out and she is getting the hang of it nicely. She has excellent ground manners, she does not walk all over you while you are leading.
She cross-ties and ties at the hitching post very quietly. Stands still to be tacked up, not cinchy like a lot of mares. She lowers her head and takes the bit easily and quietly. She will stand very quietly and let me crawl all over her and mount. She is up-to-date on worming and trimming. She bathes, loads, and stands for the farrier. She has good solid black feet, she does not currently have shoes and I have never had her gimp or be tender-footed on the gravel. She has a comfortable gait when she settles in it, she is still young so she just needs more time riding it, she has shown me a very nice slow canter that is very comfortable.
Summer is a real easy keeper, let her out to pasture or just keep her on hay, makes no difference to her. She gets along very well with other horses, has been around geldings and mares all her life. She loves to be groomed and payed attention to. She will pick up all her feet for you. No buck or bite. Don't miss out on a horse with great potential, all the basics done now just finish her out your own way!
Price may be negotiable to good home.