When Karen takes on the task of training young horses she closely follows her basic instinct to gently help the horse learn. Her passion for the horse drives her to look through the horse’s eyes, thus helping both horse and rider to work as a unit. We have several young prospects that may not be listed so please call if interested!
Harry is a nice 5 year old solid paint horse suitable for Eventers or Hunters. He is very sweet guy and wants to please. He has been schooled cross country and didn't bat an eye, even went through the water. Comes nicely into a frame. He'd be best paired with an intermediate or advanced rider as he's not quite ready for a beginner and needs guidance at times. Would make an incredible horse for a teenager looking for a partner to bring along. Schools nicely at all gaits and will jump what he's pointed at. Excellent ground manners, including standing farrier and vet. He's barefoot all around and sound with no maintenance. HYPP negative and can be registered APHA (foal registration application in-hand). Price will increase with training and show miles.
Marantha's Pearly Gaits
11 year old registered Welsh gelding standing 13.2hh. In your pocket personality looking for his own kid. Currently jumping around 2’3” courses and lead changes are coming quickly. Not a spur ride, but never naughty. Lives outside and lives on air. No maintenance and barefoot.
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Johnny: 3 year old Paint gelding. He came to us as a yearling, and has been slowly started under saddle. Recently backed, he would be a great project for an experienced rider. He has been ponied on trails and all ground work done
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Kiki: 10 year old, 16hh Appendix Mare. Offered for lower 4s. Nicely put together, clean legs, pretty head, and a sweet temperament make Kiki a very appealing project! The fact that she’s athletic and a lovely mover only adds to her appeal. She came to our farm as a package deal out of someone’s backyard where she had been sitting for several years after her owner left for college. We have put weight on her, gotten her feet done, and recently started her back under saddle. She has been an easy restart with no nonsense- she doesn’t buck or rear (nor does she have any bad habits such as biting, kicking, or cribbing). She is currently being ridden on the flat in a training level dressage frame and has also been ridden several times on our trails. She has a soft mouth and excellent brakes, so although she has a little bit of a hot, forward feel to her (particularly at the beginning of the ride) she is easy to control and stop at all times. This is something that would likely improve with more rides. She would be ideal for a good riding teenager or more advanced student with a trainer that wants a quality project or someone on a budget that can’t afford a made show horse.