Help Reduce My Herd! Green But Gentle!!
This herd is my pride and joy. I started by breeding my mare, Fancy, who is now a grandma: Three Generations On My Farm! I have several years of fond memories. The babies were born at my farm in my backyard. (Morgans & MorAbs) As they grew up, some of them have gone on a few outings, including the local show grounds and the occasional trail ride. They all load and trailer, but they are used to being together, so they travel better when they have a buddy. My goal is to find some of them new homes where they can be brought to their full potential. Although I enjoy having them around, these horses are too nice to sit idle in my pasture. It is not my intention to sell an inexpensive horse to someone who lacks the knowledge or experience to handle them safely. I am most sincere in finding them good homes where they will be given the care and attention that they deserve.
If you are an accomplished horse person seeking a green horse to be your next partner for trails or the show ring, letï¿½s see if there is a horse in the group that meets your criteria. I will have peace of mind if you and the horse are a good fit. None of these horses have any problems or vices that I am aware of in their extensive history of stories that I can tell.
If you are interested in learning more, I may be reached at 262-370-4885.
Indigo When Indigo was a baby, she was very easily frightened. As she grew older, I observed that she stayed the furthest away from people and other stimuli. She needed some help with trusting people. Watch this video to see how we helped her turn the corner. She has a good foundation with ground work, and is more trusting. Now she is often the first horse to greet new people!
Starfire Palomino in color, shorter & compact: Pony Club Prospect Brave & Athletic ï¿½ jumping prospect & reining prospect multi-talented & great mind As Tough & Smart As a Pony yet As Beautiful as a Sleek Arabian
Blue The only gelding in the group, he is a full brother to Indigo. Typical gelding, laid back, often gets pushed around by the girls and told what to do. Never offered a buck when he was started undersaddle. Ask about the time my son climbed on his back when the horse was just 2 or 3! Smart. Forgiving. A joy to be around. Western Pleasure & Trail Horse Prospect.
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