HORSES FOR SALE
More horses for sale on the "Prospects" page.
2012 14.1+ Few Spot Appaloosa Mare - Mocha came to me from her breeder. She was just sitting and not being utilized so I took her on a sport horse prospect. Mocha is maturing and growing into a super FUN horse for trails, general pleasure riding, and jumping. She will be at some local and regional shows during the spring and summer 2017. Mocha continued to do showing, camping, 4-H, trails, and parades. This is a solid mare.
Update: March 2020 - Mocha has been a valued member of our family but is not being ridden like she should. It's time for her to find her next person to go showing and out for adventures. This is sad for us. Mocha will always have a retirement home offer here.
2017 Red Dun Roan Quarter Horse filly out of Cinnamon. This little filly was a major surprise to us as we bought her dam for a riding/4-H horse. We didn't know Cinnamon was in foal until just 5 weeks before this filly came. She is a fun little girl for the kids and will likely be for sale if the perfect home comes along. She is going to be a horse of many colors with her dun and roan genes!
Update: April 2020 Ginger is going well under saddle and is ready to go.
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ALL OF A SUDDEN
2017 Buckskin Shire Sport Horse Colt by Sudden. He is out of Buttercup. This colt has a winning disposition and is absolutely stunning. He is registered with the Shire Horse Association as a Shire Sport Horse. With 4 high white socks, he is going to be a show stopper! He should mature to about 17 hands or more.
Oliver is currently with a young cowgirl. She is loving him and will be sending me updates on him.
Digger is a 2011, 16.1 spotted draft-cross mare also sired by Ernie, full sister to Simon and half-sister to many of my other draft crosses. Digger is a calm and mellow horse, while also having a lot of personality and being a fantastic sport horse. She's friendly, easy to catch, enjoys doing things, and is absolutely solid on the trail. Digger is short for Gotta Dig Her. From the first few days of this mare’s training, she was enjoyable and willing. Every time she would ‘wow’ us, we would say ‘Gotta dig her” and so the name Digger just stuck.
Update April 2020: I had the opportunity to buy Digger back and did without questioning the decision. She has grown into a big, solid and trusted mount. I am so happy to have her back. I am selling due to my family needs.