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Horses for Sale

(Note: prices are negotiable)

 

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Misty (Phantom's Mystic Eclipse) is a 2008 14-3 smooth-gaited filly out of our walkaloosa mare and a cremello racking stud. Her color is called smoky black and she can produce palomino and buckskin foals. She is experienced on the trail and an easy keeper. $650

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Cisco is a half-Arab/half-Mustang gelding born on the farm in 2004.
He is a people-loving horse with plenty of stamina and presence.
He has the moves of a dressage horse although he is only 14-1 hands.
He has been used primarily as a trail horse and is learning the barrel
pattern. He has the potential for a more specialized discipline. $650
 
 
 

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Bonnie is a very experienced trail and lesson horse who is now in her early 20s. She would make a good first horse for a child or beginner adult. $650 obo. 

 

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 LOAD-O-CHROME is a 2001 registered Tennessee Walking Horse daughter of Grand Champion, KODACHROME! Chrome is a proven broodmare and experienced trail horse.  $2000. 

Our newest addition
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Sadie

Sadie is a 2005, 15-16 hand Tennessee Walking Horse mare with a wonderfully smooth gait. She is a chestnut sabino rabicano, a very unusual color. She has had plenty of trail experience and is easy to catch and loves people, especially women. $1200

 
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Bonnie is a 1996 bay standardbred mare that has been used primarily as a trail horse lately and for day camps in the past (the photo is of her being ridden by a former camper in a gymkhana). She can lead or follow on the trail and has the been there-done that attitude. $650

Horses SOLD!

 

SOLD
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Mary, the Walkaloosa Mare

Mary (Arctic Mare) is a 1994, 14-3 hand few-spot leopard walkaloosa. She is an experienced lesson and trail horse and is easy to ride. She responds to light aids and has no vices (well, she is afraid of shots). Her gait is called an Indian shuffle and is slow compared to a Tennessee walker's gait. You can see it on a youtube.com video entitled Mary the Walkaloosa mare. $650