All horses are up-to-date on vaccines, dewormers, dental and with the farrier.
Horses (up to 2 at a time) can be delivered at $1 per kilometer. Free within 20km radius.
Horses are only being sold because we're moving to a different continent and can't take them with us. Other than that we wouldn't sell any of them. Their prices are far below their individual market value.
Descendent of Northern Dancer
Would also make an excellent broodmare for a few more foals
Very calm 18 year old bay mare
Never had a colic
Front feet need more attention then western breeds
Good with farrier
Bathes / clips
Goes Western and English
Easy to deworm
Up-to-date with vaccines and wormers
Very nice looking trot
Gentle lope (not too fast)
Finds collection very easy
Has currently cracks in her front hooves and needs regular maintenance (every ~5 weeks).
They are growing out well and should fully disappear in 3 to 4 month (~end of October). This is the only reason for the low price. She could be worth a lot more and produces great foals with great confirmation and disposition.
Her last colt won 2009 first place paint horse stallion and reserve champion at Fall Fair Show 100 Mile House.
Had a broken jaw in 2001 – well fixed and no retained problem
Might be a great pony for Pony Club by 2012
Started in Sommer 2010
Loads easy and has been trailered many times
Whisper is quite well started under saddle and has a very willing attitude. He's the first one to come and see you in the herd. We start all our horses Western, but Whisper can easily be trained English and will make a nice Jumper Pony.
Even though being only 14hh, he's a strong boy and carries a full grown man.
He has very strong hooves and I doubt that you will ever have problems with them.
Knowing him from his very first second, he was born, I'm certain that with a little more training, Whisper will become an amazing pony that even beginners can ride. He's the type of horse that not just wants to please but does please its rider.
When talking about green broke most people understand the following:
Just learning to accept saddle, bridle, and rider or harness and vehicle.
This is by far not what we consider green broke and would fit any of our babies as they have been handled from day one. Green broke means that the horse will require further training but knows already the basic elements and is safely rideable at the walk, jog, trot and lope by a confident intermediate or experienced rider. The horse needs the correct aids applied in order to understand the request of the rider. The horse will stand quiet and patiently for the farrier, bathes and clips, is easy to deworm etc.
Most people would consider our understanding of a green broke horse as a well broke horse.
This term is mostly related to the disciplines the horse has been trained for. However, to us it means that the horse is experienced enough to accept riders mistakes and is able to handle them as such. It knows all teached aids and is able to deal with most situations and will remain calm.
Stands for the farrier
The horse will not be hard to handle or jump around like a Kangaroo. Legs will be easy to lift and the horse will stand still while the farrier does his job - whether that be trimming or shoeing.
Easy to load
It doesn't just mean that the horse has seen a trailer and will walk in if you wait long enough. It actually means that the horse will understand the verbal command "load" and will walk right into the trailer. Furthermore it means that the horse has been trailered already and doesn't flip out during travel.
A sound horse is a one who has no lameness or illness.
The horse will stand and don't run around while the handler showers it.
Easy to deworm
Please view video to see what we call easy to deworm.
Easy to Load
A horse that is considered easy to load should willingly enter a trailer and stand for the handler to finish everything he has to do. Furthermore the horse should leave the trailer without pushing the handler against the trailer walls etc.
Good with Traffic
View the video and see what that will mean.
Truly a beginner. Has seen horses but doesn't know aids propperly or would fall off if the horse comes to a full stop from the lope etc.
As per the definition of Equine Canada and not according to any funny not international accredited papers...
This rider will be able to give lessons according to EC standards or the FEI. He/She will have firm knowledge about horses, their handling and riding. Not a Parelli-Wannabe or someone who thinks that any horse will bond with them or do a join-up after 2 minutes of knowing each other.
same as Intermediate Rider but to a greater extense.