Copper is a 25-30 year old Welsh Pony who loves the trail. He can be a bit stubborn at times, but is a great confidence builder and starter horse for a beginner rider.
Austin wants to crawl into your pocket. Sweet and willing to learn, this guy is green broke and needs an advanced rider who is willing to put in the time and training.
Lady is currently in training. More to come!
One of the most laid back 2-3 year olds we have seen. This guy is bomb proof, has been saddled and ridden a handful of times. Still needs a lot of training, but will be easy to bring up.
This beautiful red roan is about 5 years old. She came in with severely bad feet which are being corrected. She is green broke and in training. Great prospect for ranch versatility or the western show ring!
Ella is currently in training. More to come!
Poppy is currently in training. More to come!
Seven is not available for adoption yet, but more to come as he continues training!
This beautiful paint is roughly 10-15 years old. She is sweet on the ground and under saddle, but needs work with her feet and learning how to re-trust the Ferrier. She is available to the right home who can work with her at her pace.
Gus came to us from a starvation situation with a body score below zero and covered in fungus and rain rot. With a few months under his belt he has gained weight, grown back his hair and started expressing his own personality. He is about 20 years old and is fit for an advanced beginner rider.
DynoNight is a 20 year old Arabian. Companion or light ride only. For intermediate to advanced rider.
Around 10 years old this guy is easy going and great in all situations with no vices. Has more "woah" than "go".
Cora is a 6 year old OTTB at 16.1H tall. She has more "go" than "woha" and needs a rider who is slow, calm and patient. Advance riders only at this time - she is in training.
Felicia is currently in training. More to come!
Cheeto is not currently available because he is being treated with veterinary care.
Dremira is a 3 year old Oldenburg currently in training. More to come!