Lebanon (on Nh Stateline), Maine
- Registered Morgan Stallion, Trimmed In Chrome
ContactFor those who want their offspring to sport some chrome, This handsome stallion carries the white marking genes from both sides of his pedigree. His dam is a sister to the first double registered pinto/Morgan, Menomin Flash Dancer. His sire is Key West who sported his own 4 white socks and a blaze as well as his sire Nobility. Monet is a show off. He was trained to drive. he was my husbands driving horse. Monet is related to the mares on the farm, so is offered for sale. He provides solid proven bloodlines and excellent conformation for anyone looking for either a stallion or geld him for a personable personal horse. We are only asking $3200 for this handsome horse to ensure that a good match for him.
- World Champion Bloodlines ~ Miniature Horse
Dundee, New York1,500Multi World Champion "Little Kings Psyched Up Buck" is his famous grandsire (photos include his grandsire, sire & dam.) Beautiful AMHA/AMHR refined blue-eyed cremello colt. Show, drive, breed or display him on your property as a beautiful lawn ornament. Payment plans & other high quality foals available. Royale Legends Miniature Horses ~ Dundee, NY
- Horses For Sale
Langley, British Columbia15,000Lovely yearling filly sired by Diamond Stud/Diamond Hit. Dam sire: Sir Gregory/Sir Donnerhall. Well bred filly who scored very high marks at her Westphalen inspection at only 6 weeks old. Powerful movement with a neat personality, she is a farm favorite. This one has a bright future destined for the dressage ring.
- Flashy Registered Paint
Jamesville, New York6,500Through no fault of his own 15 yr old Prince is up for your consideration. He rides english and western suitable for huntseat or can be schooled down for western pleasure. No vices. Located in Onondaga.
- Barrel/lesson Horse
Tennessee Ridge, TennesseeContactSpeedy Girl is a 2011 model, 15.2 h.h. Florida bred chestnut mare out of Benny the Bull, and Glass Slipper by Katowice. She originally had 14 starts and earned over $33,000 on the track. She needs a light BUT confident rider. Speedy Girl was restarted slowly and correctly by yours truly, Candice Ray. Speedy Girl hasn't had her legs hauled off and should run left or right, I mostly ran her left. No gate or alley issues, no rearing, bucking, bolting, or silliness under saddle. Speedy is freerunning style. Great ground manners. W/T/L. Bends, flexes vertically and horizontally. Listens to legs. Has had all her groundwork done, and a complete angel to be around. Placed 6th in Lexington at the Retired Racehorse Project Competition in 2016 and is a RRP graduate! She has also gave lessons to intermediate youth. Speedy is a cribber. Very bottom of pecking order, not marish. Currently in pasture condition. Leads, loads, hauls, stands tied, bathes, clips, tacking, mounting no issues. She is utd on deworming, farrier, coggins, and teeth floating. Any questions about her or our services we offer TEXT # 931.206.5507 Tennessee Ridge, TN 15
- Easy Going Nice Mare
Quarter Horse Mare
Rockdale,5,000Easy going mare, she is built like a brick house. She is great in arena, trails and over obstacles. She is a willing partner and can go and do whatever you want. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=G3A6bVlunAo https://youtu.be/15q_09By5Zk She is beautiful with great feet and conformation. Barefoot and easy keeper. She is dappled with flaxen mane.
- Golden Buckskin Gelding W/ National Points
Quarter Horse Gelding
Bagley, WisconsinContactDon't miss this ARHA Champion Golden Buckskin Gelding. He has ARHA points in conformation, ranch riding, ranch trail and ranch roping. He also has IBHA points in halter and western pleasure. More recently he has been used to trail ride. He hauls like a dream, having been hauled to the Black Hills and Surprise, AZ. He is UTD on his shots and farrier work. He is no problem for vet, clipping or farrier. No stall vices or health issues. Can be stalled or pastured with others. Your question is I'm sure, why are you selling. Hubby just doesn't have time to promote him to his fullest. It is not fair to the horse not to be doing what he does best.