Meet Our Horses
Many of our horses were rescues that we took in and gave a second start in life. This page will give you a brief introduction to our horses, but the “Read My Story” links will take you to pages where you can learn more about some of their amazing histories and the odds that they have overcome.
15 hand Paint Appendix mare, confidence-building all-arounder
Splash is an exceptionally well trained and show-seasoned paint. Perfect size at just a little over 15 hands, she is great for western pleasure, trail riding and hunter jumper. At age 17, she is calm, sure footed and loves small children as well as adults. She is always a favorite of new riders, or those wanting to learn to canter with confidence.
Available for 1/2 lease!
Beautiful Half Arab 7 years old 14 hands
Bella was saved from the Kill Buyers at the horse auction because someone noticed that she was about to foal. She went to a great local rescue, Blue Ribbon Equine Rescue.
16+ hand paint gelding
Chief is our gentle giant. He is 18 years young and has been with us for 12, so we know him well. We call him “Big” Chief because he is the boss of the other horses. He is 16+ hands tall and very strong. He will walk, trot, canter, go over jumps and run around barrels. He has a slow walk and a very smooth trot. Because he is so smooth, he is a great horse for kids and beginners that don’t want to go too fast.
Available for 1/2 lease!
15 hand Thoroughbred mare
My little Thoroughbred mare is 15 hands tall. She loves to run, and is a great horse for riders with some experience. She will go through all gates on command. Great on barrels too! Ginny is push button, soft in the mouth and responsive.
Full or half lease available!
16 hand Thoroughbred, Hunter/Jumper
John (Soup of the Day) is now 12. Fabulous bloodlines and confirmation. After a nice career on the track, became a trail horse. Unfortunately, his owners did not take good care of him and he nearly died. John has quickly learned to jump and is being schooled in dressage. He is sweet, honest and very willing. He was in the ribbons in 4 classes at his first show in beginner hunter. Now jumping 3’ courses and showing locally. Great horse even for beginner jumpers. He is kind and honest, doesn’t spook and will do anything you ask of him.
Available for lease to a committed rider that will love him and want to show!
Here is a clip of John’s Sire in an amazing upset in the Breeder’s Cup.