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Play the game “Player”

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Play the game “Player”

Born 2-14-20 bright bay colt with 4 white socks, snip and star. Father is TB mom “A real big mixed up mare” I don’t think that she was as much confused as she was a variety of breed. He should be a nice big appendix type horse.

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Acadia

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Acadia

“Acadia” Foal of the week! She is a romantic, dreaming of one day making her way to Bar Harbor Maine and her namesake Acadia national park. She would love to be able to use her fancy gait to glide you through Mr. Rockefeller’s carriage roads, camp overnight and enjoy all the calm and beauty of Mt. Desert Island. She will not complain if you choose to eat lobster while she munches green grass, just being with you is all she really wants. Sure, she may be a dreamer as fillies often are but she knows that not all dreams come true. Having a loving safe home with a special human to love would fulfill enough dreams to make her forever happy.
She can be adopted as a single and doesn’t need to have milk. She can be switched to milk pellets and grain. That will be a huge savings! She is ready to halter break and start playing games. She is stout, healthy and GAITED!

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Her Royal Elegance “Duchess”

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Her Royal Elegance “Duchess”

Her Royal Elegance” a.k.a “The Duchess” 15 y.o. reg. Saddlebred mare. Dark sorrel. Approx. 15.2-3hh. She comes across as a much taller mare due to her royal countenance and regal carriage. She is sound as an English pound! She has been used as a lesson horse for a short time. As to her full background, there is something of a black hole there. Except that she has had at least one foal. She has had many owners. She has had some extensive training. She has a very soft mouth. Her animated gaits make her not the best mount for a beginner. She is as lovely to look at as she is behaved. Extremely personable! A true lover of a horse, she just needs to find that one someone to love, this is a very nice, easy keeper and easy on the eyes. We have other horses witing to come here so her fee has been lowered. Her adoption fee has been lowered to $500, we have horses waiting to come here. Call Victoria 740-594-4336

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Oreo

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Oreo

“Oreo” featured here is a 9 year old TWH about 16.2 HH he has a great temperment and a whole lot of WOW factor! He would make a super flashy mount for mounted police, or for anyone that likes the attention of a real head turner. He is 100% sound, gets along with everyone in the neighborhood he’s just a real good guy with a real soft mouth.  please call Victoria 740-594-4336

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Taken

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TAKEN – 11-year-old Morgan gelding. More sound than a dollar! I’ve kept Taken as “my horse” for the past year and a half. I love this little dynamo. He is the perfect trail horse for someone that enjoys an animated horse. I am sure that he knows more than just trail riding but that’s all I’ve done with him because that is what I enjoy. He goes with a simple snaffle. He is FORWARD. He has never bucked, reared or displayed any bad habits. He does drive but I’ve not done that with him. This horse, in a deep frame – is something to behold. Classy and elegant.
Here’s the scoop – I simply do not have the time I need to ride this horse as much as he needs to be ridden. He is in deplorable shape. He has what looks like a beer belly! I feel that I am doing him a disservice. He needs to be used. He has those hard black morgan hooves. You can open gates from his back etc. He is comfortable to ride bareback. He is an easy keeper. He is NOT for a beginner. In the ring, maybe an advanced beginner but on the trail, he’s a goer! I love this horse and he is super loving in return. For his own sake I must let him go on to a more suitable home where he can have more to do. It is a shame to have his best years spent fallow. If you are looking for a lovely horse that looks like a million bucks under saddle… Here he is!

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