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A lesson From A Horse

Just up the road from my home is a field, with two horses in it. From a distance, each looks like every other horse. But if you stop your car, or are walking by, you will notice something quite amazing.

   Looking into the eyes of one horse will disclose that he is blind. His owner has chosen not to have him put down, but has made a good home for him. This alone is amazing.

   If nearby and listening, you will hear the sound of a bell. Looking around for the source of the sound, you will see that it comes from the smaller horse in the field. Attached to her halter is a small bell. It lets her blind friend know where she is, so he can follow her.

   As you stand and watch these two friends, you'll see how she is always checking on him, and that he will listen for her bell and then slowly walk to where she is, trusting that she will not lead him astray.

   When she returns to the shelter of the barn each evening, she stops occasionally and looks back, making sure her friend isn't too far behind to hear the bell.

   Like the owners of these two horses, God does not throw us away just because we are not perfect or because we have problems or challenges. He watches over us and even brings others into our lives to help us when we are in need.

   Sometimes we are the blind horse being guided by the little ringing bell of those who God places in our lives. Other times we are the guide horse, helping others see.

   Good friends are like this...you don't always see them, but you know they are always there.

   Please listen for my bell and I'll remember to listen for yours.

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PLAY DAYS: It is a combination of horse and rider timed events. There are usually four events at each playday: Poles, Cloverleaf Barrels, Straight-away Barrels, and an optional Jackpot Race. Riders can ride for fun or compete in the playday. Riders must compete in his/her age group/class to receive points. Points are awarded on the basis of the rider's finish/place. Riders accumulate points for each event that they compete in. At the end of each playday, winners in each age group will receive an ALL-AROUND award on the basis of his/her accumulated points.

RANCH SORTING: Is a western-style equestrian sport that evolved from the common ranch work of separating cattle into pens for branding, doctoring, or transport. Ranch Sorting is an event that pits a team of two riders on horseback against the clock. Teamwork is the key with both riders working in harmony to cut out the correct cattle and drive them to the pen while keeping the wrong numbered cattle back. There are several variations of ranch sorting with one, two or three riders on the team, but all require sorting the cattle from one pen to the other in the correct order. Ranch sorting is performed in two pens that are fifty to sixty feet long with a twelve to sixteen foot opening between the pens. The corners of the pens are cut at 45 degrees. Both pens are the same size and sorting can take place from either pen to the other.
At the beginning, there are eleven calves at the end of one of the pens with numbers on their sides for identification. The judge raises the flag and when the riders cross the gap between the two pens the clock starts and the competition begins. The judge raises the flag and when the riders cross the gap between the two pens the clock starts and the competition begins. The team of two riders have to move the cattle one at a time from one pen to the other in numerical order, starting with a random number called by the judge. The fastest time wins. If a calf gets from one pen to the other out of order, then the team is disqualified.

TEAM PENNING: Is a western equestrian sport that evolved from the common ranch work of separating cattle into pens for branding, doctoring, or transport.
Today it is a fast-paced event that gives a team of three riders on horseback from 60 to 90 seconds (depending on the class or the sanctioning of the event) to separate three specifically identified cattle from a herd of 30, and put them into a 16' x 24' pen through a 10' opening, at the opposite end of the arena.
The sport features 30 head of cattle, typically yearling beef cattle (mature cows or bulls are not allowed), with numbers affixed to their back, three each wearing a number from 0 through 9 or with colored collars attached. Timing starts once the line judge has dropped his flag as the lead rider's horse crosses the foul line. At that time, the announcer identifies the cattle to be separated by calling out a randomly drawn number or collar color. The riders must cut out the three head that have been nominated, take them to the opposite end of the arena, pen them and call for time.
Teamwork is the key with all three riders working in harmony to cut out the correct cattle and drive them to the pen while keeping the rest of the herd (sometimes called trash or dirty cattle) back.
The history of the sport is thought to date back to 1942 when brothers Ray and Joe Yanez, along with Canadian cowboy Bill Schwindt were sorting steers from a herd of cattle on a Ventura County, California ranch. During a lunch break the trio reportedly came upon the idea of organizing what were routine cowboy chores into a competitive sport, one in which cowboys could showcase their horsemanship. The first organized competition is thought to have taken place at the Ventura County Fair in August 1949.
Today, the sport is a fast-growing western horse sport in the United States, Canada, Australia, and Europe. In North America, the primary team penning sanctioning organization is the United States Team Penning Association (USTPA), headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas. There are an estimated 93,000 active team penners in North America.

EQUESTRIAN DRILL TEAM: Is a group of horses and riders performing choreographed maneuvers to music. Teams typically perform at rodeos, horse fairs, parades, benefits, and drill team competitions. Drill teams are intended to entertain, show sportsmanship, horsemanship, team work and dedication. Competition drill at the national level is a controlled ride and has continuous forward motion. Some competition venues have set up special divisions of competition to provide for novice, rodeo, youth, gaited and special effects (as allowed at the venue) such as theme and drama. Theme drill provides a division that allows teams to showcase their uniforms, horse ability, music, and inclusions of trick riding or other variations.
Members must have a uniform appearance, including outfits, hats, tack, and flags (if used). Horses should be of the same type, e.g. stock type, gaited, or miniature, however matching horse colors or breeds are at the team’s discretion. Teams can range in size from four horses (Quad team) to 20 plus horses.
At competitions, a drill team is judged on ability, including spacing and alignment, timing and coordination, originality, difficulty, and attractiveness of patterns, speed, horsemanship, uniformity, manners of the animals, music, and crowd appeal. Categories can include Novice, Youth, 4-H, Gaited, Theme, Rodeo, Quad, or Open.
The United States Equestrian Drill Association (USEDA) is the governing body for mounted drill and color guard competitions in the United States. The USEDA sanctions competitions throughout the United States. The United States Equestrian Drill Championship (USEDC) is held each June at the Texas Rose Horse Park near Lindale, Texas as part of Super Ride - an International Festival of the Equestrian Arts.

WALK-TROT CLASSES:
The Walk Trot classes are designed for novice or beginning level riders who are not skilled or experienced enough yet to be able to lope their horses. Walk Trot status should be based on the rider’s ability only-not on the age, experience or health of horse; not on the horse’s training level; nor on the rider and horse’s experience together. Competition in the Walk Trot classes is designed to be among riders who are less experienced, thus allowing an even playing field for beginning riders to compete safely and to have a positive show experience. Allowing riders with more advanced skills to compete in the Walk Trot classes would negatively impact the goal of nurtur
ing our beginning riders. Walk Trot riders are usually in their first or second year in the 4-H Horse project and are not yet skilled
enough to be able to lope (unless authorized by their 4-H project leader that they should continue in walk trot classes for a longer period of time). Likewise, non 4-H Youth exhibitors should be novice level or beginning riders who are not yet skilled enough to be able to lope their horse.

LEAD LINE: Is for children as young as three years of age.  The child has to be accompanied by an adult, who will be participating in class by learning how to keep themselves and child safe while on the ground and while the child is riding.  Adult will be leading horse and giving cues to the horse while the child learns how to properly sit, start and stop the horse, and play games while riding, such as Simon Says, mother may I, and ring toss.

THE DUN FACTOR: The dun gene also is characterized by primitive markings, which are darker than the body color. Primitive markings include:
  • Dorsal stripe (stripe down the center of the back, along the spine), seen almost universally on all duns, grullos
  • Horizontal striping on the back of forelegs, common on most duns, although at times, rather faint
  • Shoulder blade stripe, the least commonly seen of the primitive markings
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Rebel A Very Well Broke Gentle Handsome Stout Gelding-$2000
                          
Description:                                                                        **SOLD**10
Age: 12yro         Breed: Grade QH      Height: 15.1hh           Color: Sorrel
Rebel is a very handsome, well broke gelding that anyone can ride. He has been a family horse, just used for trail and pleasure riding. He has a good neck rein, back up, and stop. He will let you open/close gates off of him, he will let you carrier a flag while riding him, he has no problem walking across water, down streams, up/down steep hills and embankments, walking over fallen tress, through the thick brush, in the woods with no spook. He is very calm and gentle, he doesn't get worked up about anything. Rebel has a nice easy walk, a very smooth and comfortable trot and canter. Rebel will be a great prospect for; ranch/day work, Ranch sorting, team penning, drill team, play days, queens contest, parades, mounted patrol, English, 4-H, FFA, walk-trot, lead line, or as a lesson horse. Rebel is a very easy going gelding that will get along with any type of horseperson. He is a well built solid horse that will hold up the larger/taller individual. Rebel has very nice conformations. He is an attractive ranch type gelding that has lots of looks. He is a solid copper red sorrel, with no white at all. A great looking head, good neck and shoulders, nice withers, straight back, and wide chest and hips. Rebel is gentle enough for anybody to handle, he's easy to catch, has great ground manners, and gets a long very well with other horses. He is easy to clip, bathe, load, haul, fly spray/fly mask on, and pick up his feet. He has no problems standing tied, standing still for saddling, and mounting, (he will stand at a mounting block) and he stands very well well for the farrier. Rebel would be great for a family, he gentle enough for the kids, a stout enough for mom and dad to enjoy. He loves to be brush and kissed. He is a very sweet guy. Hurry he won't be here long.  No Vices, No Outside Trades.
MORE VIDEOS:
https://youtu.be/tSMLJbSlUj4https://youtu.be/tSMLJbSlUj4  1st time ranch sorting


Duke A Very Flashy Well Broke Gentle Kid Safe Paint Gelding-$2750
                                                                                  
Description:                                                                      **SOLD**11
Age: 7yro           Breed: Paint         Height: 14.3hh            Color: Sorrel&White
Duke is a very gentle gelding that ABSOLUTELY anyone can ride. He has been most recently ridden by a 12-year-old girl who has was riding him the for last two years for play days, ranch rodeos, trails, and for pleasure riding. Duke has a one hand neck rein, a good back up, and stop. He has a nice long stride that is very smooth at the walk, trot, and canter. He will open/close gates (he will help push them open and closes, see video), He has no problem walking across water, down streams, carrying a flag, going through thick brush, over fallen trees, down steep ravines/in ditches, up/down steep hills or embankments, in the woods with absolutely no spook. He knows the barrel pattern, and would be great for someone starting just starting out. He would be a good a great prospect for drill team, ranch sorting, team penning, poles, barrels, rodeo queen, 4-H, FFA, lesson horse, mounted patrol, English, hunter jumper, walk-trot, lead line, of just a great family horse (big enough for mom and dad, gentle enough for the kids, and broke enough for grandma and grandpa).  Duke will fit the beginner or the novice rider.  Duke has done EVERYTHING we have asked him. He is very gentle, easy to catch, and gets along very well with all of our other horses, mares and geldings alike. Duke is very easy on the eyes with lots of color. He has beautifully marked head and face, he has a good thick neck and shoulder, a nice wither, straight back, wide hips and chest. He is a very flashy ride, and has the temperament and disposition to fit the needs of many types of horseman. He stands well for saddling/tacking, mounting and picking up his feet, spraying fly spray, putting fly mask on. He stands tied, is easy to load and haul (very quite), he is easy to clip, bathe, and stands well for the farrier. He is a beautiful sorrel and white horse that is not too tall, but is stout, and can handle a larger/taller/heavier rider. He is strong enough for a heavier rider, and short for easier mounting. He is super fun to ride and be around. A very flashy, good looking horse and a good age too. Duke is a very sweet and lovable horse, a must see and ride to appreciate. No Stable Vices, and no outside trades.
Reba A Very Gentle Well Broke Beginner Friendly Mare-$2250
                                                              
Description:                                                                 **SOLD** 9
Age: 15yro         Breed: Grade QH       Height: 14.2hh            Color: Sorrel
Reba has been used on a ranch working and moving cattle by everyone in the family. She is a "been there, done that" type horse. Reba will ranch sort, carry a flag, open and close gates, walk across water, down streams, in the woods or beside traffic, through thick brush, over fallen trees, up/down steep hills and embankments, with absolutely no spook. She has a one hand neck rein, good back up, and stop. She is very smooth at the walk, trot, and canter. Reba has been with us since late April being used on the trails and for ranch sorting practice for the beginners, and she has been the babysitter for the inexperienced riders our girls invite to ride with them. Reba would be a great prospect for; team penning, play days, barrels, poles, trail horse competition, drill team, parades, grand entry, 4H, FFA, walk-trot, lead line, or as a lesson horse. Reba is a fun horse to ride whether you are a novice/beginner or the old pro that want something you can trust and enjoy. Reba will follow or lead on the trails with other horses, she has a great temperament and disposition. She is easy to catch and gets along very well with other horses. Reba is an attractive, cowy, ranch type mare with a very attractive copper red sorrel color, with a good head, neck, and shoulders, nice withers, straight back, nice wide chest and a big quarter horse butt. She would be a great fit as a family horse, she is stout enough for mom and dad and very gentle for the kids. Reba is easy to handle with great ground manners, and will make a perfect kids first horse.  She has no stable vices and is not "mare-ish". She is easy to groom, bathe, fly spray, tack up, and stands still for saddling. She also stands still for mounting, stands tied, and stands very well for the farrier. She loads and hauls well. A very cute, sweet girl and easy to be around and fall in love with. No stable vises. No Trades.

MORE VIDEOS:   https://youtu.be/CB-DBCDJuws   Ranch Sorting (Destiny Riding)
                                        https://youtu.be/M7KNlDDGq3Q    Ranch Sorting 10 cows in 59 seconds
                                        https://youtu.be/z4GKqq2sheg     Barrels (She has obviously                                                                                                                                                                       done it before)                                                                                                                             
Gunslingin Annie A Very Pretty Ranch Broke AQHA Palo. Mare-$2750
                                                                                      
Description:                                                                           **SOLD** 9
Foaled: 4/28/01    Breed: AQHA #4179229    Height: 14.3hh    Color: Palomino
"Annie" has worked the ranch, on a cattle feedlot, in a cow/calf operation, and for the past few years she has been the all-around ride for grandma, grandpa, and the grandkids. Annie is a very broke and gentle mare that anyone can ride. She has been roped off of, and been team penned/ranch sorted on. Annie will also carry a flag, has no problem walking in water, down stream, going up/drown steep hills or embankments,through thick brush, over fallen trees, in the woods, with no spook. She has a one hand neck rein, a good back up, and stop. She will also let you open/close gates off her, she spins, has a little bit of side pass, and is very smooth at the walk, trot, canter. Annie would be a good prospect for; western pleasure English, walk-trot, lead line, a lesson horse, drill team, queen contest 4H, FFA, trail horse competition, mounted patrol, play days, barrels, poles or polo. Annie is a big pet that has GREAT ground manners and loves attention.  Annie has very good conformation with a cute head, bright hazel eyes, good neck and shoulders, straight back, wide hips and chest (Annie's coat will darken if stalled, she is a bit sun bleached at the moment). She has a nice mane and tail (her her tail goes past the ground). Annie is a fun mare to ride, whether it be for trails or for competition, she will suit any level of horseman. She is very gentle and is easy to catch with great ground manners and gets along with all our other horses, she's not "mare-ish" and has no stable vices. Annie Loves to be bathed, clipped and groomed. She loads and hauls very well. Easy to pick up her feet, she stands still for saddling/mounting, stands tied, and stands very well for the farrier.  NO OUTSIDE TRADES
Annie is a very well bred mare. She goes back to Doc Bar, Poco Beuno, Hollywood Gold and Cutter Bill.
Gunslingin Annie is by PC Docs Gunslinger and out of Whata Diamond Deal who is by Diamond Candy Man. She also has Doc's Pop Smoke, Dry Doc, Tari Jake, Tres C Candyman  and Ellers Pride on her papers.

BREEDING: http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/gunslingin+annie
MORE VIDEOS:  https://youtu.be/9J_eY-OF1rc        Ranch Sorting~On The 2nd 
                                                                                            GoThey Got 10 Cows In 59 seconds
Frazier Otoe Doc A Very Cute Ranch Broke AQHA Gelding - $2500
                                                                                      
Description:                                                                    **SOLD** 9        
Foaled: 6/22/03   Breed: AQHA #4443334   Height: 14.3hh     Color: Sorrel
"Frazier" is a very well broke gelding, that has a nice easy handle, and is gentle for most anyone to ride. He has been used on a ranch for day work, and has been roped and sorted cattle. He has also been used for trail riding and has no problem carrying a flag. Frazier has a good neck rein, back up, and stop. He is very smooth at the walk, trot, and canter. He will let you open/close gates off of him, he will walk through water, up/down steep hills and embankments, down streams, over fallen trees, in the thick brush, in the woods with no spook. He is a good prospect for ranch sorting, team penning, drill team, poles, barrels, goat tying, mounted patrol, English, walk/trot, lead line, or as a lesson horse. Frazier would make a great play day horse. He has a good mind and learns things quickly . He is docile in the pasture, is at the bottom of the pecking order, and plays well with others. He is very easy to catch, easy to handle, and has good ground manners. He loves to be bathed, groomed, easy to load, hauls quiet, he is easy to fly spray/fly mask, he stands still for tacking up, mounting (from the ground or a block), stands tied, and stands very well for the ferrier. Frazier will work the ranch, do play days, or just go on a pleasure/trail ride. He has very good conformation typical of many ranch horses in his pedigree. He has a halter horse head, good strong neck and shoulder, straight back, good wither, muscular hip and chest. He is a beautiful bright red sorrel with a blaze, two hind socks, with a thick mane and long tail. Frazier has no stable vices. He is well BROKE, BEAUTIFUL, and very WELL BRED.  He is the total package.
Frazier Otoe Doc is sired by Pobrecito Doc, who is by Dry Doc, and is out of Docs Bay Cracker. He also has Cracker Jack Hand, Doc Bar, Peppy Sand Badger, Otoe's Hand, and Doc Prescription on his papers.
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Amigo A Beautiful~Gentle~Very Well Broke Ranch Gelding-$2750
                          
Description:                                                              **SOLD**10
Age: 9yro            Breed: Grade QH          Height: 14.2hh            Color: Bay
Amigo is a very well broke ranch gelding that anyone can ride. He has been used at the feedlots and sale barns to sort and pen cattle, is a very agile and athletic horse. He has a one hand neck rein, will ride with hand or leg pressure, a good back up, and a GREAT stop. Amigo will open/close gates, carry a flag, walk across water, down streams, over fallen trees, up/down steep hills/embankments, through thick brush, in the woods with no spook. Amigo knows the barrel pattern and would be great for a beginner in play days. He will also make a great prospect for; team penning, ranch sorting, drill team, goat tying, 4-H, FFA, a lesson horse, trail horse competition, walk-trot, lead line, or English. Amigo is very smooth at the walk, trot, and canter. Amigo will fit any type of rider from the inexperience as in grandma and the granddads who want an  enjoyable  ride, to the old pro ranch hand. He can be the all around horse for mom and dad for the ranch, trail riding, etc. and the do play days and goat tying with the kids. He could also make a great second horse for the guests who want they can trust. Amigo is a blood bay with a cute head, kind eye, refined ear, good neck and shoulder, nice wither, straight back, wide chest and hips. Amigo as a nice, black mane and tail, three (and a half) short white socks. He has great ground manners, he's gentle, he's very easy to catch (no problem to catch him in the pasture) and gets along great with all of our other horses. Amigo is only 14.2 hands tall, but he is stout for his size and you'd be surprised at how much he could handle. He is stout enough for mom and dad, but small and less intimidating for the kids to learn on.  He is easy to bathe, clip, saddle/bridle, pick up feet, fly spray, he loads and hauls well.  He also stands tied, stands well for mounting and for the farrier. He is gentle enough for the kids to lead and handle. He is easy to be around, safe and loves attention,  loves to be brushed and pampered. He is easy to fall in love with and is very gentle with a kind eye and respect for people. He is so sweet, you will love him.
No Vices, No Outside Trades.
Ivory A Young Beautiful Very Well Trained And Broke Mare-$2750
                          
Description:                                                                  **SOLD**10   
Age: 5yro         Breed: Grade QH      Height: 14.2hh           Color: Gray
Ivory is a Gorgeous gray mare that has been used in a ranch and can be ridden by anyone. Ivory rides like a horse way beyond her years!!! She ride with a one hand neck rein, She has a very good back up and stop. She will open/close gates, will carry a flag, walks through water, down streams, in the woods,up/down steep hills and embankments,  over fallen trees, and through thick brush with no spook. Ivory also knows the barrel pattern. She is very smooth at the walk, trot, and canter. Ivory has GREAT ground manners, she will suit all types of riders. She stands 14.2hh so she is the perfect height for easy mounting, but she is stout and has no problem holding an adult. She would be good for ranch sorting, team penning, play days, FFA, 4-H, barrels, poles, drill team, goat tying, a lesson horse, walk trot, lead line, trail riding, or English. Ivory would be great for the whole family, she will be a horse that the kids can learn with and take them along way no mater what discipline they choose. She is very easy to catch, very smart, and learns quickly. She is very gentle and easy to handle and gets along great with other horses, mares and gelding alike. She is easy to bathe, clip pick up her feet. She stands still for saddling, mounting and being tied. She is good with kids, dogs and stands well for the farrier. Ivory loads very well and hauls quietly. She is a beautiful mare with a cute little head, a pretty face, a thick neck, good shoulder, straight back, good withers, stout chest and hips. She is very gentle and easy to handle and gets along great with other horses, mares and gelding alike, she's not "mare-ish".  She will fit any type of rider. She is very sweet, friendly and is easy to fall in love with, I know we have, she has done everything we have thown at her. No Vices, No Outside Trades.
Call Doug For More Info 832-374-1164
Call Doug For More Info 832-374-1164
Call Doug For More Info 832-374-1164
Call Doug For More Info 832-374-1164
Punkin A Very Cute Very Broke Copper Red Quarter Pony Mare-$2500
                          
Description:                                                                             **SOLD**12
Age: 8yro           Breed: Grade QP         Height: 13.3hh              Color: Sorrel
Punkin is a very nice, well broke, well mannered ranch horse mare that has been used on a ranch to sort pairs (cows and calves). She has also sorted and team penned. She has a one hand neck rein, a good back up, and stop, with some spin. She is very smooth at the walk, trot, and canter. Punkin has a good handle that would fit the beginner and kids for play days. She is 13.3 hands tall and all heart!!! She has no problem letting you open/close gates from her (and ours is very awkward, as you can tell from the video), carrying a flag, cantering the barrel pattern, walking through water, down streams, up/down steep hills and embankments, going through deep ravines, in the woods, over fallen trees, through the thick brush with no spook. She has done everything we have asked of her with no hesitation. She has not been fresh or frisky, she rides the same everytime.  She will be a great prospect for; play days, barrels, poles, drill team, goat tying, barrel away, walk-trot, lead line, a lesson horse, or English. Punkin is a very cool horse to ride, and will fit anybodies criteria that wants a small horse. Punkin is very gentle, has great ground manners, is easy to catch, and get along very well with all our other horses, mares and geldings alike. She stands well for mounting, either from the ground or from the mounting block. She is very easy to groom, clip, bathe, fly spray, and pick her feet. She stands still for bridling, saddling, and for the farrier. She stands tied, no problem  loading and hauls very well. She is a very good looking copper red mare standing 13.3 hands high, which is the great size for easier mounting/dismounting for a child or a smaller adult with bad hips or knees. She has a beautiful head, a feminine face, a good neck, and shoulders, nice wither, straight back, wide chest and hips. She has not been "mare-ish" and is easy to handle.  She is an awesome horse, a must ride to fully appreciate.  No Vices. No Outside Trades.
More Videos: https://youtu.be/NPrm37NjcTI    Riding without a bridle
Ninja A Beautiful Coal Black Gentle Well Broke Family QH Mare-$2750
                          
Description:                                                                  
Age: 13yro            Breed: Grade QH            Height: 14.3hh            Color: Black
Ninja is a beautiful coal black quarter horse mare that absolutely anyone can ride. She is big bodied and will surely hold up a larger/taller rider that doesn't want a super tall mount. Ninja has been used in the arena to push cattle at the roping's and practices. She has a good neck rein, back up, and stop. She is very smooth at each of he gaits (walk, trot, and canter). She has no problem letting you carry a flag, she knows the barrel pattern, will walk through water, down streams, up/down steep hills and embankments, in the woods, over fallen trees, through the thick brush with no spook. has the body to carry a larger/taller person that wants to feel comfortable and confident while riding, and she is gentle enough to let the kids or husband ride her. Ninja would be a good prospect for; ranch sorting, team penning, drill team, play days, mounted patrol, parades, trail horse competition, 4H, FFA, walk-trot, lead line, or a lesson horse. She would fit the novice/beginner or the old pro that just wants and easy reliable horse. Ninja is jet black with a few white hairs on her forehead. She has a pretty face,  kind friendly and she is very gentle, super easy to catch and gets along great with our other horses (mares and geldings alike), and she is not "mare-ish". Ninja is easy to bathe, clip, fly spray, saddle/bridle, pick up her feet, loads, hauls, stands well for mounting (from the ground or a mounting block), she stands tied, and stands great for the farrier, (we just had her feet done, after the pics were taken). She is very gentle and easy to handle, loves to be pampered and bushed, she is wonderful to be around.  No Vices.  No Outside Trades.
More Barrel Videos:  https://youtu.be/IUanDe1cI24
Trooper Very Cute Well Broke Ranch Horse/Play Day Gelding-$2750
                          
Description:                                                                            **SOLD**10 
Age: 9yro             Breed: Grade QH             Height: 14.2hh            Color: Bay
Trooper is a very well broke gelding that has been used on a ranch and in the arena. Trooper is the type of horse that anyone can ride. He has a good neck rein, back up, and a great stop. He has no problem letting you open/close gates from her (and ours is very awkward, if they will let you open/close our gates, they can do ANY gate), carrying a flag, w/t/c through water, walk down streams, up/down steep hills and embankments, going through deep ravines, in the woods, over fallen trees, through the thick brush with no spook. He is very smooth at the walk, trot, and canter. Trooper would be a good prospect for; play days, drill team, ranch sorting, team penning, barrels, poles, parades, mounted patrol, 4H, FFA, English, walk-trot, leadline, or a lesson horse. Trooper will fit a beginner, child, or the old pro that just want a reliable mount. Our 15 yro niece rode him around the barrels, in the video, (she is an experienced barrel racer) and she said she LOVES him and he would make a GREAT first play day horse for a child, that "he is very fuild around the barrels, and then when he is done , he is calm and just walks off". He would be great for a first time horse owner. He is a very attractive gelding, with a very athletic halter horse confirmations, clean head, bright eye, good neck and shoulders, nice wither, straight back, and wide chest, and hip. He is very gentle, easy to catch, and has great ground manners, and gets along with all of our other horses mares and geldings like. He is easy to clip, bathe, load, and haul. No problem with; fly spray,  picking up his feet, standing tied, standing still for saddling and mounting, and he stands very well well for the farrier. Trooper is young, a great size that is easy for kids to mount (or us older adults with bad hips and knees), he is stout enough to carry adults, sound, gentle, and very handsome. He is very sweet, gentle and LOVES attention!!!. He would make a GREAT family horse.   No Vices.  No Outside Trades.
Big Mama A Big Beautiful Gentle Baby-Sitter Thoroughbred Mare-$1500
                          
Description:                                                                                  **SOLD**11
Age: 18yro            Breed: Thoroughbred          Height: 16.1hh             Color: Bay
Big Mama is a classy mare that absolutely anyone can ride. She has previously been shown in the ring and has jumped. She will ride English or Western. She will walk across water, down streams, over fallen trees, up/down steep hills/embankments, through narrow ditches, through thick brush, in the woods with no spook. She will neck rein or direct rein, she has a good back up and stop. Big Mama is extremely smooth at the walk, trot, and canter. She will make an excellent first time horse for a child learning to ride or jump. She still has plenty of life left in her and loves to be ridden and worked. She will make a great prospect for trail horse competition, a lesson horse (English or Western), walk-trot, play days, drill team, mounted patrol, or leadline. We have had very inexperienced (1st time) riders on her and she is a baby-sitter!!! And she gets along great with the very experienced riders as well. She has a very kind disposition, loves the be bathed and groomed, no problem with fly spray, she loads and hauls very well. She stands still for tacking up, will stand still at the mounting block, stands tied, and stands very well for picking her feet, and for the farrier. In fact she will let you pick up all four feet, front and back from just one  side. She is very gentle, super easy to catch, gets along great with all of our other horses, mares and gelding alike. We have been using her for the baby-sitter for a foal we just weaned. Big Mama is a big bay mare with a shiny coat, a thick mane and a tail that almost touches the ground. She has a big frame, a pretty face and head, good neck and shoulder, nice wither, straight back, wide chest and hip. She is a pleasure to be around. She would be perfect for a beginner first time horse owner.
No Vices. No Outside Trades.
Spirit A Very Well Broke Pretty Buckskin Quarter Pony Mare-$2750
                          
Description:                                                                   **SOLD**11
Age: 7yro          Breed: Grade QH       Height: 13.3hh              Color: Buckskin
Spirit is a very very broke and gentle mare that has been ridden by a grandma and her grandkids. She has was used for trail rides (in the woods), for play days, and on hog hunts. Spirit will let you carry a flag, open/close gates off of her, she has no problem walking in water, down streams, in the woods, through thick brush, over fallen trees, up/down steep hills and embankment, through deep ditches and ravines, with no spook. Spirit has a one hand neck rein, a good stop, and back up. She is also very smooth at the walk, trot, and canter. She will be a good prospect for ranch sorting, team penning, barrels, poles, drill team, breakaway, goat tying,  4H, FFA, parades, trail competitions, English pony club, hunter jumper, walk-trot, lead line or a lesson horse. Or she would make a very nice family or pleasure horse. She is a sweetheart, whether you're on the ground or on her back. She will fit the beginner, or the pro. We have hauled her to the arena, and our 15 yro niece said she liked the way she pushes off with her hind end when going around the barrels, and then just walks off calmly when she's done. She would be great for a child just starting out in barrels or play days. Spirit is a beautiful little buckskin mare with a nice thick black mane, tail, black legs and points. She has a cute head, a pretty face, thick neck, muscular frame, good wither, straight back, wide chest and hips. She is a great size for kids or small adults for easier mounting. Spirit is very gentle easy to catch and gets along wonderful with all horses, mares and geldings a like. She is not "mare-ish" and has no stable vices. She is easy to clip, bathe, groom, fly spray, and pick up her feet. She stands well for mounting from the ground or a mounting block, stands well for the farrier and stands well while tied. She is easy to tack up, she loads and haul very well. She is a mare that can go in many directions, She is smart and willing. She loves to be groomed and pampered. A real sweetheart and easy on the eyes too. She has great conformation as you can see.  No Vices. No Outside Trades.
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Booger Barter Pro Only Trophy Roping Saddle Made By Tex Tan
16in. Seat 7in. Gullet $650.00
Running P Trophy Roping Saddle
15.5in. Seat
7in. Gullet
$500.00
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Ranch Seat Cutter 15.5in. Seat
7in. Gullet
$300.00
Tejun A Gentle Very Flashy Well Broke Paint Horse Gelding-$2500
                                                                                  
Description:                                                        **SALE PENDING**          
Age: 8yro          Breed: Paint        Height: 15hh           Color: Sorrel&White
Tejun came to us from the Texas/Louisiana boarder (hence his name, part Texan/part Cajun). He is a very handsome, gentle gelding that anyone can ride. He has been most recently been a family horse, and was ridden by the whole family on the ranch, trails and play days. Tejun rides with a one hand neck rein, a good back up, and stop. He has a nice long stride that is very smooth at the walk, trot, and canter. He has no problem walking across water, down streams, carrying a flag, opening/closing gates, going through thick brush, over fallen trees, down steep ravines/ditches, up/down steep hills and embankments, in the woods with absolutely no spook.  He would be a good a great prospect for drill team, ranch sorting, team penning, poles, barrels, rodeo queen, 4-H, FFA, lesson horse, mounted patrol, English, hunter jumper, trail horse competition, walk-trot, lead line, of just a great family horse (big enough for mom and dad, gentle enough for the kids, and broke enough for grandma and grandpa).  Tejun has done EVERYTHING we have asked him. He is very gentle and a easy going gelding that is easy to catch, and gets along very well with all of our other horses, mares and geldings alike. Tejun is good looking sorrel and white gelding with lots of color. He has beautiful head and face, he has a good neck and shoulder, a nice wither, straight back, good hips and chest. All Complimented with and nice mane and a long thick tail. He is a very flashy ride, and has the temperament and disposition to fit the needs of many types of horseman. He stands well for saddling/tacking, mounting and picking up his feet, spraying fly spray, putting fly mask on. He stands tied, is easy to load and haul, he is easy to clip, bathe, and stands well for the farrier. He is a good size for a taller/heavier rider, and a good size for easier mounting. He is super fun to ride and be around. A very flashy, good looking horse and a good age too. Tejun is a very loveable, sweet, gentle horse, a must see and ride to fully appreciate.
No Stable Vices, and no outside trades.
Skydancer Is A Well Broke Well Mannered Beautiful QH Mare-$2750
                          
Description:                                                                                      **SOLD**12
Age: 6yro           Breed: Grade QP         Height: 14.1hh              Color: Gray
Skydancer is a very well broke, well mannered horse that is a pleasure to be around. Skydancer is a horse that absolutely anyone can ride. She will go anywhere you point her, and do whatever you ask whether it be ranch sorting, tracking cattle, carry a flag, and you can open/close gates from her. She would fit any type of rider whether it be the beginner, timid or first time horse owner, she'd be great for a family that wants a horse that will trail ride, take care of the kids, or go do play days, or an older person that wants something they can trust. She is a very honest mare that will ride the same every time and go where ever you point her. She has no problem walking across water, down streams, up/down steep hills and embankments, in the woods, through thick brush, over fallen trees with no spook. Skydancer rides like a much older horse. She has a smooth walk, trot, and canter. She rides with a one hand neck rein on a loose rein, with a good back up, and stop. Skydancer would be a good prospect for; team penning, drill team, play days, English, walk-trot, lesson horse, trail horse competition, 4-H or FFA. If you want a horse that will be in your kids future for many years, this is the one. Skydancer has taught kids how to ride and been enjoyed by grandma and grandma. All types of riders and horseman will enjoy this mare. Skydancer is very gentle, has great ground manners, is easy to catch, and get along very well with all our other horses, mares and geldings alike. Skydancer stands well for mounting, either from the ground or from the mounting block. She is very easy to groom, clip, bathe, fly spray, and pick her feet. She stands still for bridling, saddling, and for the farrier. Stands tied. She loads and hauls very well. She is a very good looking dapple gray mare standing 14.1 hands high, which is the great size for easier mounting/dismounting for a child or a smaller adult with bad hips or knees. She has a beautiful head, a feminine face, a good neck, and shoulders, nice wither, straight back, wide chest and hips. She has a long thick mane and tail that has a blend of many different colors, a blaze face, and three white socks. She is an awesome horse, a must ride to fully appreciate. No Vices. No Outside Trades.
More Videos: https://youtu.be/G0l9rCM6e0c  1st time around the barrels
Jasper Super A Cute Kid Broke Ranch Horse Sorrel QH Gelding-$2500
                          
Description:                                                                           
Age: 8yro            Breed: Grade QH           Height: 14.2hh                Color: Sorrel
Jasper is a well broke gelding that anyone can ride,  and he will make a novice look good and confident. He has sorted, penned, moved and push cattle at sale barns and feed lots. He has also moved roping calves/steers, after roping's and rodeos. Jasper has tracked steers, but he doesn't have much roping experience. Jasper rides well in the arena and doesn't pay attention to other horses running at him from all directions. He is dog broke and kid safe. He rides with the one hand neck rein, he's a little rusty at the side pass, but has good stop, bends at the pole when backing. Jasper has no problem carrying a flag, opening/closing gates, walks across water, down streams, through thick brush up/down steep hills and embankment, through deep ditches and ravines, over fallen trees, in the thick brush, in the woods with no spook. He is very smooth at the walk, trot, and canter. Jasper would be a good prospect for ranch sorting, team penning, goat tying, trail horse competition, drill team, polo, English, walk/trot, lead line, or as a lesson horse. He has a good mind and learns things quickly. Jasper is the type of horse that can work cattle or ranch sort, and mom can ride for pleasure/trail, and is  honest enough for the kids to to ride drill team, play days, or just in the pasture goofing off. He is very easy to catch, easy to handle, and has good ground manners. He clips, bathes, is easy to groom, is easy to load, hauls quiet, he is easy to fly spray, put a fly mask on, he stands still for tacking up, mounting (from the ground or a block), stands tied, and stands very well for the ferrier. Jasper is a light sorrel gelding with light colored mane, with a tail long thick tail. and  he has a cute head, good neck, nice shoulder,  nice wither, straight back, wide chest, and hips. We bought him when it was still hot,  before he got his winter coat, and he was still slicked up and shining!He is in his winter wear, a diamond in the rough. He has No Vices. No Outside Trades.  
Sheriff A Well Broke Good Looking Shout Gentle Ranch Gelding-$3000
                          
Description:                                                                           
Age: 9yro               Breed: Grade QH           Height: 15.1hh                 Color: Sorrel
Sheriff is a big stout, beautiful sorrel gelding that has been used on a ranch by an 11-year-old boy who used him for sorting and moving cattle from pen to pen, and pushing cows on the trailers for market. He is also used to being ridden on the side of the road next to traffic, been ridden on the trails, in the pasture, and in the arena. He rides very nice in the arena whether facing galloping horses, or horses running up behind him. Sheriff has also been used for hog hunting, and is very dog friendly (we have 5). You can carry a flag on him, open/close gates from him, he has no problem walking across water, down streams, up/down steep hills and embankments, in deep ravines/ditches, over fallen trees, through thick brush, in the woods with absolutely no spook. Sheriff has a one hand neck rein, he will ride with leg pressure, he side passes, and has a good back up, and stop. He is very agile, and athletic, with a good mind and attitude. He is very smooth at the walk, trot, and canter. Sheriff would be a good prospect for; team penning, ranch sorting, play days, barrels, poles, mounted patrol, English, parades, grand entry, queens contest, trail horse competition, field trials, walk/trot, lead line, or as a lesson horse.  He has a good mind and learns things quickly . He is docile in the pasture, is at the bottom of the pecking order, and plays well with others. He is very easy to catch, easy to handle, and has great ground manners.  He's a big stout beautiful horse that is a gentle pet who loves attention, and to be groomed, and love on. Sheriff likes to be bathed, he loads and hauls very well, he stands tied, and stands very well for the farrier. Sheriff would be great for a kid, first time horse owner, timid rider, or the old pro that wants a nice relaxing ride. He stands 15.1 hands high probably weighs around 1200 pounds or better, has a bright red coat, nice mane, and a tail that is long, VERY thick, and beautiful. Sheriff has a white strip on his face, and three whites socks, he is a well-made, stout gelding, that has muscles in all the right places. Sheriff has a beautiful head, bright eyes, small ears, strong neck and shoulders, wide chest and hips, nice wither, a straight back, and he is sound and sane. He is a big, beautiful, young, gentle gelding, that can go in many directions. He would make a perfect family horse, or using ranch horse.  No Vices. No Outside Trades.