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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.

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Top Jet Natasha An AQHA Ranch Broke Roping Mare-$3500
      
Description:           SOLD             
AQHA# 4842847    Foaled: 3/28/06     Height:15.1hh  Color: Bay
"Natasha"  is a ranch mare that will embarrass many a gelding. She has been used on a ranch, working cattle, and she has been backed in the box and headed off of. Natasha has the speed to catch a cow, and run a barrel race. She has a nice long stride that covers a lot of ground. She has a nice walk, a smooth trot and canter. She has a great one hand neck rein, a great back up and good stop. She also side passes very well, she has no problem walking across water, down streams, walking over fallen trees and thick brush with no spook. Natasha will work a cow, do ranch sorting, team penning and would be great for drill team, polo, trail riding, a lesson horse, lead line or walk-trot. Natasha will make a kid look like a pro or the old hand feel comfortable. Natasha would be great for the whole family, she will be a horse that the kids can grow with and take them along way no mater what discipline they choose. She probably would be a good English prospect as well. She is very gentle and super easy to catch and gets along great with our other horses, not "mare-ish". Natasha is easy to bathe, clip, fly spray, saddle/bridle, pick up her feet, loads, hauls, stands well for mounting, stands tied and stands good for the farrier. She is very gentle and easy to handle, loves to be pampered and bushed. A real sweetheart with very pretty, kind eyes and would make an awesome brood mare for your exquisite stallion.She has a clean head, neck and shoulder. A well balanced straight back, good withers, with good hip and chest. She is stout and would have no problem carrying a larger/taller rider. No vises.
Top Jet Natasha is sired by Toms Top Rooster and is out of Miss Top Deck, who is by Jet N Rocket. She also has Chicks Beduino, Beduino, Twaynas Dash, Jet Charger and Rillito Deck on her papers.
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Dodger A Good looking Ranch Broke Gelding-$2250

Description:         SOLD
Age:14yrs      Breed:QH       Height:15.1hh       Color:Sorrel
Dodger is a good broke quarter horse ranch gelding that any one can ride. He has been used on a ranch and a cattle feedlot and was ridden by the whole family. Dodger could be used for many aspects of equine activities such as; ranch sorting, team penning, play days, drill team, trail riding, mounted patrol, walk-trot, or lead line. Dodger has a very good handle, a one hand neck rein, that will be appreciated by the pro or make the inexperienced feel like a pro. Dodger has a good back up and stop, he will also open/close gates, walk across water, down stream, over fallen trees, through thick brush with no spook. Being that Dodger has worked so much in the feedlots he has a very smooth walk and a very comfortable trot, he has a nice short lope and will pick a lope from a walk at a nice easy pace. He is very agile, will turn quick when asked upon. He has been a using horse all his life, he responds well. He is a very gentle horse that would fit any type of rider from the beginner/novice to the experienced horseman.
Dodger is easy on the eye, he has a deep beautiful chestnut color. with a white blaze down his face and one white front stocking. Dodger has the ranch horse look, he is a very good looking gelding with great confirmations a cute head strong neck, shoulders and straight back. A nice wide chest and hips, and he has big round quarter horse butt that everybody loves. He would fit a larger/taller rider.  He is very gentle with good ground manners, he is easy to catch and gets along well with other horses, mares and geldings alike. He is easy to saddle/bridle, stands for mounting, picks up his feet, clips, bathes, fly spray loads, hauls and stands well for the farrier. No vices. He is a very sweet boy that is easy to handle and nice to look at too. If you need a horse to work cows, and then let the kids do play days on, Dodger will be the one. Dodger will make you look good!!!
Shakespeare A Very Smooth Very Well Broke TWH Gelding-$3250
      
Description:             SOLD
Age: 10   Breed: TWH    Height: 15.0hh    Color: Buckskin

Shakespeare is a real cool ride with a great Tennessee Walking Horse "walk" and he has a very nice canter. Anyone can ride him, anywhere the can point him. Shakespeare is a trail riders dream, very smooth and easy on the back and he will "Park Out" for easier mounting (shown is last picture on the right). He will be great for pleasure, trail, field trials and endurance riding. One word comes to mind when you see Shakespeare for the first time......BEAUTIFUL. The first thing that comes to mind when you ride him is .....SMOOTH. He has a great 3 gait walk, slow, flat and rocking chair rack (that can cover a lot of ground) and he will canter. He has a ONE HAND neck rein (he will also direct rein), a great stop, and back up.  Shakespeare is very attractive, with a golden buckskin color, complimented with dapples, a thick black mane with silver high lights that hangs below his neck, a long foretop that comes down past his eyes, black points and don't forget a thick black tail that drags the ground. And if that isn't enough he has beautiful kind hazel eyes that are drop dead gorgeous. All that compliments his beautiful head and face. Shakespeare has a nice chest, good hips and back, he has halter horse confirmation. If you want to ride a beautiful eye catching horse, then here he is. He has no problem walking through water, down stream, over fallen trees and thru thick brush with no spook. Shakespeare would be great for play days, trail riding, a lesson horse, walk/trot, lead line or for an older person or a person with a bad back that wants a comfortable smooth ride. He is very sweet, easy to handle, easy to catch and gets along very well with our other horses (mare and geldings alike). Shakespeare has good ground manners, stands well for bathing, clipping, spraying with fly spray, saddling/bridling and will stand "parked out"  for easier mounting. It is easy to pick up his feet, he is easy to load, hauls well, stands tied and stands great for the farrier. Good prospect for a first time horse owners, kids, older riders or beginners. He is very loveable and sweet once he get to know you.     
Aces Blue Roman A Well Broke Roping Ranch Horse Gelding-$3500
Description:                SOLD
AQHA# 4589714   Foaled: 6/10/04   Height: 15.1 hh    Color: Grey
"Sterling" is a very well broke ranch horse gelding that anyone can ride. He has been roped off of on both the head and heel side in the arena and has run the barrels. Sterling is an attractive gray horse (almost white) that catches everybody eye. Sterling has done ranch work, has sorted cattle, roped and dug calves to the fire, roped and doctored cattle in the pasture and been ridden on the fence line. Sterling would be great for mounted patrol (nothing bothers him),  play days, ranch sorting, team penning, drill team, walk-trot, lead line, a lesson horse or a great trail riding horse. We have tested him with balloons, umbrellas and swim noodles.  Sterling is a good looking horse with a good neck rein, good stop, back up, some side pass, he opens/closes gates. He has a one hand neck rein, good back up and stop. He has a very smooth walk, trot and canter. He has no problem walking thru water, over fallen trees, in the woods, and thru thick brush with no spook. He has the temperament, height, and build to fit any type of horseman, or a larger/taller rider. Sterling has the ranch horse look with a good head, a kind eye, strong neck, stout shoulder, good wither, straight back and wide chest/hips. He a good looking fellow with the disposition to match. He is a lover boy, he loves to be bathed, groomed and loved on. Sterling is very easy to handle with good ground manners and is easy to catch, he gets along great with our other horses (mares and gelding alike). He is easy to bathe, clip, fly spray, groom, load, haul and saddle/tack up. He stands well; for picking his feet, for mounting, tied, and for the farrier. He is an easy keeper and will fit the whole family, gentle for mom and the kids and big enough for dad and he will do many aspects of horsemanship. The picture does not do him justice. No vices.
Aces Blue Romanis sired by LM Blue Beeno and is out of Destyns Lady Jane, who is ou of Romans Aces Full. He also has Bronco King Bueno, Bronco Bueno, Gofar Boy, How D Roman and Teddy Plucker on his papers.
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Broadway A Very Tall Kind Gentle Well Broke Gelding-$2500
      
Description:            
Age: 12    Breed: Appendix      Height: 15.3hh      Color: Bay
Broadway is a very nice looking Appendix gelding that absolutely anyone can ride. Broadway has quickly became the barns biggest pet. He is VERY gentle and kind. He has been ridden on the trails and used for pleasure riding. He has a good neck rein, back up and stop. Broadway has very fluid movements that make him very smooth at the walk, trot and canter. He rides great on the trails, he'll walk through water, over fallen trees and through thick brush with no spook. Broadway would be a good prospect for English, dressage, hunter jumper or English pleasure, and Western riding. He has the versatility to do play days, poles, barrels, drill team, mounted patrol, ranch sorting, team penning, walk/trot, lead line or a lesson horse.
Broadway has a very good temperament and disposition, he's gentle and easy to catch and gets along great with our other horses, mare and gelding alike. We rode him in the pasture and in the woods and on the trail he has no problem by himself or with other horses. He is a horse with so much potential that has no limits. Broadway has great confirmation with a kind eye, the beautiful bay color with a nice head, long neck, good shoulder, straight back and legs, a deep chest and nice wide hip. This horse could fit many demands and can be molded in to any type of horse you want. He is very gentle and easy to handle with a VERY good ground manners, is great around kids and beginners. He is easy to saddle/bridle, stands well for mounting, picks up his feet, fly spray, clips, bathes very well, loads, hauls and stands great for the farrier. He is a very sweet boy that is easy to handle and nice to look at too. Great prospect for the beginner, first time horse owner, timid, child or for the rider that wants a tall horse the can depend on.
Diamond Lena Joe An 8yro AQHA Ranch Broke Gelding-$4500

Description:  
AQHA#4994168 Foaled: 5/10/07 Height: 14.2hh Color: Dappled Gray

Skittles A VERY Well Broke Quarter Horse Roping Mare- $3000

Description:  
Age: 5yro   Breed: QH    Height: 14.1hh    Color: Sorrel
Skittles is an extremely well broke mare that can do all the jobs an old ranch horses can do. She has been used on a ranch from dragging calves to doctoring yearlings to sorting and gathering cattle. Skittles has an out standing handle and anyone can ride her. She rides with a one hand neck rein, with or without leg pressure, she will turn very easy, spin, side pass, and you can open/close gates off her with ease. Skittles has has 60 days training in heeling and is ready to haul. She is a horse that is pure joy to ride. She has a good stop and back up. She has no problem walking across water, down streams, in the woods, through thick brush, or over fallen trees with no spook. Skittles is a mare that will be great at many disciplines such as; team roping (heeling), break away, goat tying, ranch sorting, team penning, play days, barrels, poles, polo, drill team, walk-trot, lead line or as a lesson horse. Skittles is very fun to ride and has a very smooth walk, trot and canter. Skittles is a pretty red sorrel mare with a beautiful long thick mane, foretop and tail. She a beautiful head and neck, stout shoulders, straight back, wide chest and hips. Skittles is made like a cow horse should be. Skittles is very gentle,  easy to catch and get along great with our other horses, mare and geldings alike. She is easy to clip, bathe, groom and picks up her feet well for cleaning.  She is easy to saddle/bridle, stands tied, stands for mounting and stands well for the farrier. She loads and hauls great. She is very gentle and easy to handle, loves to be pampered and bushed. A real sweetheart. Skittles will be a great horse for any type of horseman, she has so much potential. She is a young horse that is very well broke and has a great future in many aspects in the horse industry. Skittles  will be a horse that the kids can grow with and take them along way no mater what discipline they choose. No Vices.

Smooch A Beautiful Well Broke And Calm QH Mare-$2500
      
Description:           SOLD
Age: 12   Breed: QH    Height: 15.1hh    Color: Buckskin
Smooch is a very attractive quarter horse mare that anyone can ride. She is   very laid back and easy going. She has mostly been ridden on the trails and for pleasure riding. She is a great trail riding horse, (leads, follows, walks beside, does it all). She is a very pretty mare with a great attitude. She has a good neck rein, back up and stop. You can also open/close gates, walk through water, over fallen trees and through thick brush with no spook. She is very smooth at the walk, trot and canter. She is very calm, easy to handle with good ground manners, she is not "mare-ish", and will fit many needs. Smooch will be a great prospect for ranch sorting/team penning, play days, drill team, walk-trot, lead line, trail and pleasure riding. She is very gentle and easy to catch and gets along great with our other horses (mares and geldings alike). She is easy to clip, bath, groom, fly spray, and pick up her feet. She stands well for mounting, the farrier and stands tied. She is easy to tack up, mount, load and haul.  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 confirmation as you can see. Smooch is a gorgeous mare with a beautiful buckskin color with the dominant dorsal stripe down her back, thick black mane and tail, the zebra stripes on her knees and hocks, three white socks and a blaze down her face. She has a clean head, a good neck and shoulder, with a straight back, good withers, wide chest and hips. She is very sweet and gentle and LOVES attention. Smooch will make the perfect horse for a beginner or first time horse owner.  No vises.
Smart Red Okie A Well Broke 9yro AQHA Bay Roan Mare-$2500
      
Description:                SOLD        
AQHA# 5025299   Foaled: 3/26/06    Height: 14.0hh  Color:Bay Roan
"Okie" is a very well broke registered quarter horse mare that anyone can ride. Her sire has eared over $140,000.00 in the NATIONAL CUTTING HORSE ASSOCIATION and it wouldn't take much more training for her to be a cutting mare as well. Okie carries her head low at all gaits ie; walking, trotting and cantering. She is very smooth athletic trot and canter, she is a pleasure to ride and will go far in any discipline. She has a one hand neck rein, good stop and back up, You can also open/close gates off of her, she has no problem walking through water, down streams, over fallen trees and though thick brush with no spook. Okie would do well at ranch sorting, team penning, play days, drill team, trail classes, lesson horse, walk-trot, lead line, 4-H, or FFA.  She would be great for a child or a smaller adult, she is the right height for easy mounting standing just over 14 hands.  Okie would be great for a family, she will be a horse that the kids can learn with and can take them along way no matter what discipline they choose. She will fit many types of riders whether it be play days, trail, ranch sorting, ranch rodeo or just pleasure riding. She is a beautiful mare with a cute little head and face, nice neck and shoulder, straight back, good withers, hips. She is easy to clip, bathe, groom, fly spray, and picks up her feet well for cleaning. She is easy to saddle/bridle, stands tied, stands for mounting and stands well for the farrier. She loads and hauls great. No vises. If you want a younger horse that your kids can learn and grow with here she is, this mare has boundless potential and is easy on the eyes too. Okie is a very well bred mare that would make anyone happy being in their broodmare band. Okie will be a roan when she finishes shedding out.
Smart Red Okie is sired by Blue Duck Okie and is out of Smart Starflight, who is by King Smart. She also as Miss N Okie Miss N Cash, Smart Little Lena (top and bottom) And Doc A Doo on her papers.
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Prince A 7yro Jet Black Quarter Horse Gelding-$2500

Description:          SOLD
Age: 7yrs   Breed: QH   Height: 14.1hh     Color: Black
Prince is a Prince!!! A very pretty solid, coal Black, gentle gelding that anyone can ride. He has a good neck rein, back up and stop. You can also open/close gates off of him. He has no problem on the trails, nothing seems to bother him, he will walk in water, down streams, over fallen trees and through thick brush with no spook. He has a very smooth walk, trot and canter. Prince has been used on cattle and roped off of some, been ridden by grandma, grandpa and their grand-kids. He would make a good prospect for; play days, drill team, team penning, ranch sorting, walk-trot, lead line or he would probably go English, I think he'd be a cute little hunter jumper prospect. Prince is the right height for easy mounting-dismounting. He would make a timid or beginner rider feel very confident. He is a horse that the whole family can appreciates and enjoy. He is very gentle, easy to catch and gets along very well with our other horses (mares and gelding alike). Prince is easy to handle, bathe, clip, groom and picks up his feet for cleaning. He is easy to saddle/bridle, lead, and fly spray. He stands still for mounting, stands tied and stands well for the farrier. He is easy to load and hauls very well. Prince is a horse that is very trust worthy and a pleasure to be around. He is a very attractive gelding with a clean head, good neck and shoulder, nice withers, back and a wide chest and hip. Prince has the beautiful shinny black coat that you can almost see your reflection in. No vises.
Tabasco A Well Built Ranch Broke 8yro Gelding-$2750

Description:             SOLD
Age: 8yrs      Breed: QH       Height: 15hh       Color: Sorrel
Tabasco is a very well broke and well built quarter horse gelding that anyone can ride. Tabasco has been used on a ranch to rope, sort cattle and drag cows to the fire. Tabasco would do very well at day work, ranch sorting, team penning, play days, drill team, trail riding, pleasure riding, mounted patrol walk-trot, lead line or as a lesson horse. He has a one hand neck rein, great stop and back up. He also side passes the very best, is great at opening/closing gates. Tabasco has no problem walking in water, over fallen trees and through thick brush with no spook. He has the refined head, muscular neck and shoulder, straight back, very wide chest and hip, straight legs and good feet. Tabasco is very easy to handle with good ground manners and is easy to catch, he gets along great with our other horses (mares and gelding alike). He is easy to bathe, clip, fly spray, groom, load, haul and saddle/tack up. He stands well; for picking his feet, for mounting, tied, and for the farrier. He is an easy keeper and will fit the whole family, gentle for mom and the kids and big for dad and will do many aspects of horsemanship. The pictures do not do him justice. Tabasco is a big stout boy and he can handle the largest/tallest of horsemen. He has the looks of a halter horse. Sweet Boy Easy To Handle With No vices. With his handle and good looks he won't be here long.....
Pride's Perfect Reb A Reg. Spotted Saddle Horse (Gaited)-$2500
      
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NSSHA# 118117   Foaled: 5/12/01   Height:14.2hh Color: Sor & wht
"Rambler" his name fits, he can cover some ground and will let anyone ride him. He was used by a grandpa on a ranch to check his cows and the fence line. Rambler has 3 gaits; slow walk, fast walk and a running walk, and he will canter when asked upon. He is not pacey. Rambler is very smooth at all gaits, you can carry a cup of coffee. Rambler neck reins like a ranch horse, with a very good stop, back up and side pass. He also opens/closes gates, walks through water, down streams, over fallen trees, walk up/down steep embankments and through thick brush with no spook. Nothing seems to bother him whether on the street or trails. Rambler will make a wonderful family horse, since that's what he has done most of his life. Rambler is short, but very stout and would have no problem carrying a larger person. He will be great for trail and pleasure rides, trail horse completion, drill team, lead line, mounted patrol, or a lesson horse. Rambler is a very handsome gelding, with a nice thick, long mane and a tail the almost touches the ground. Rambler has a pretty head, face, good neck and shoulders. He has good strong straight back, good withers, wide chest and hips, he has a big round butt that look like a quarter horse. He is a very flashy ride. Rambler has good ground manners and will do well with any type of rider of horseman. He is very gentle easy to catch and gets along well with our other horse. He stands well for saddling/tacking, mounting and picking up his feet, spraying fly spray. He stands tied, is easy to load and haul, he is easy to clip, bathe and stands well for the farrier. He is super fun to ride and be around. A very flashy good looking horse and a good age too.
Pride's Perfect Reb is sired by Rambling Reb and is out of Pride's Perfect Onyx, who is by Perfect Cut. He also has Rambling Man, Running Bear, Midnight Discovery, Pride's Choice Cut and Coin's Validate among other on his papers. For a complete lineage please click on link below.
http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/prides+perfect+reb
Bella A 14yro Black Trail Horse Deluxe Mare-$2250

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Age: 14yrs     Breed: QH     Height: 14.2hh     Color: Black
Bella is a name that fits her well, she is beautiful! She is a very stout made quarter horse mare built to carry any type of rider from young to old, petit or stout. She will fit any type of rider from beginner to experienced. who doesn't want anything to worry about. Bella has been on many trail rides such as the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo trail ride and parade. Nothing bothers Bella when it comes to being rode. She is a mare with lots of ability and can be use in many aspects of equine fun. Bella would be great for the kids, play days, trail horse compitition, drill team, walk-trot, lead line or as a lesson horse. Bella has a very good neck rein, back up and stop. She has a comfortable walk, trot and a very smooth canter. She is great on the trails will walk across water, down stream, over fallen trees and through thick brush with no spook, she knows when it's work time. Bella is very beautiful coal black mare with a distinguishing white strip down her face. She has attractive head, strong neck and shoulder, nice wither, straight back and wide chest and hips. She is gentle easy to catch with good ground manners. Bella is easy to bathe, clip, saddle/bridle, mount, pick up her feet, spray fly spray, stands tied, and stands for the farrier. She is easy to load, hauls quietly and is a true joy to be around. She is a mare that would be great for a beginner, novice or first time horse owner, she'd make a great family horse stout enough for mom and dad and gentle for the kids and the grand parents can feel safe too. She is not "Mare-ish" and gets along well with all our other horses. No vices.

Rose A 12yro A Very Well Ranch Broke Quarter Horse Mare-$2250

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Age: 12yrs     Breed: QH     Height: 14.3hh     Color: Sorrel
Rose is a very well broke ranch horse mare that anyone can ride. Rose could embarrass most geldings. She is very cowy, will work the pasture, the pens, ranch sort and team pen. Rose is very handy when it come to neck reining, she will stop on a dime, and has a great reverse, you can open/close gates off her has well. Rose is a mare that could do well at many aspects of equine activities such as; play days, drill team, barrels, poles, polo, trail horse competition, walk-trot, lead line or a lesson horse. Rose is an all purpose horse that anyone can enjoy. She is very smooth at the walk, trot and canter. She is broke for anyone to ride, she has done great on trails, crossing water, walking down streams, thru thick brush and over fallen trees with no spook. She is the kind of horse that the whole family can enjoy, whether they a novice or the old pros. She has beautiful clean head, good neck and shoulder, strong straight back, with a wide chest and hips. She is super sweet with no vices and doesn't seem to be "mare-ish" at all. She is good around kids and dogs. She is easy to catch and has great ground manners. She is easy to clip, bathe, groom, fly spray, and picks up her feet well for cleaning. She is easy to saddle/bridle, stands tied, stands for mounting and stands well for the farrier. She loads and hauls great. No vises. She will be a horse that the kids can learn with and can take them along way no matter what discipline they choose, or would be a great trail riding mare for mom or dad, she is very versatile. Rose is very sweet, gentle with a kind eye.
Topaz A Nice Heeling Quarter Horse Gelding -$3000

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Age: 14yro     Breed: QH     Height: 15hh     Color: Sorrel
Topaz has  been use in team roping as a heel horse, inside and out. He has been hauled to many roping's as well as used on a ranch. He was most recently used by an 11 yro boy and his grandpa for team roping. He would make a timid or beginner rider feel very confident. He is a horse that the whole family can appreciates and enjoy. He can trail ride for mom, do play days with the kids and do day work with dad, he is very versatile. He has a very nice walk, trot and a smooth canter. He has a one hand neck rein, great stop and back up.  He also side passes, open/close gates off of him, walks thru water, walks over fallen trees and down the trail thru thick brush with no spook. Topaz is an all around using horse that will be suited for; ranch sorting team penning, team roping, break away, play days, barrels, poles, drill team, walk-trot, mounted patrol, lead line or a lesson horse.  He is a very gentle horse that would fit any type of rider in many disciplines, from the beginner/novice to the experienced horseman.  He stands still for mounting, stands tied and stands well for the farrier. He is easy to load and hauls very well. No vises. Topaz is a horse that is very trust worthy and a pleasure to be around. He is very fun to ride no matter what job you have in store for him. He is a very attractive gelding with a clean head, good neck and shoulder, nice withers,  straight back and a wide chest and hip. Topaz has the beautiful dark sorrel (almost chestnut in color). He is a very gentle horse that would fit any type of rider. He is easy to clip, bathe, and fly spray. He is a big pet, loves attention. He is a very smart horse with a good personality and a kind eye. Must ride him to appreciate him.
Moore Hard Knocks A 13yro AQHA Roping Ranch Gelding-$3500

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AQHA# 4303938   Foaled: 4/24/02  Height: 15hh   Color: Gray
Also Known As "Bueno" because bueno means good and he is an awesomely GOOD horse!!! Cute, Well Broke Ranch Horse, Great Ground Manners And Registered, The Total  Package!!!!!  He is a pretty ranch horse that ANYONE can ride, from the experienced to the novice beginner. He has been used on a ranch and has been pasture roped off of.  He rides great for kids and beginners. He has very good balance, smooth walk, trot and canter, He has a one handed neck rein, good stop and back up. You can also open/close gates off of him. He will walk through ponding water, down streams, through thick brush and over fallen trees with no spook. Bueno would be ideal for ranch work, team penning, ranch sorting, team roping, trail completion, play days, mounted patrol, drill team, a lesson horse, walk-trot, lead line or just a trail/pleasure/family horse and best friend. If you want to ride a horse with a lot of flash and good looks and is the total package, you can't go wrong with Bueno.  He is a great pleasure to ride and is very gentle and easy to catch, he has great ground manners, he gets along great with other horses(mares and geldings alike). Bueno is a very good looking athletic horse with a beautiful cute head, a muscular neck and shoulder, complimented with a good strong straight back, nice wide hips and chest, he looks like what a ranch horse should look like. He would be a great fit for the larger/taller rider. He is easy to clip, bathe, pick up feet, saddle/bridle, fly spray, stands tied, stands still for mounting and stands very well for the farrier. He loads and hauls very well. He is a must ride to appreciate. He will fit any type of rider from the novice (he will make you look like a pro) to the experienced horseman. So Sweet!!! Don't Miss Him :)
More Hard Knocks is sired by Hez Goin Quick and is out of Watch Leo Jackie, who is by Watch Joe Moore. He also has Joe Go Quick, Watch Joe Jack, Princes Rondos Last, Watch Roanie Joe and Leo Moore on his papers.
http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/moore+hard+knocks
Scarlet Peake A Beautiful Reg. Quarter Horse Reining Mare-$3000

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AQHA# 5271831    Foaled: 7/27/09   Height: 14.3hh    Color: Bay
"Scarlet" Is a cute bay mare that anyone can ride. She has been used on a ranch, been ridden on trail rides and has been started in reining. Scarlet is very athletic and well balanced. She has a good neck rein, back up and stop. She also side passes, open/closes gates, and she will ride off leg pressure. Scarlet as no problem walking through water, down the trails, in the woods, through thick brush, over fallen trees with no spook. She has a very smooth walk, trot and canter. Scarlet is a very agile mare that will be well suited for many thing such as; reining, cutting,ranch sorting, team penning, barrels, poles, play days, rodeo queen, drill team, a lesson horse, walk-trot, lead line, western pleasure or English riding. Scarlet is a very pretty and gentle/calm mare that would also be great for 4-H or FFA. Scarlet has a pretty face, a clean head, a kind eye, good neck rein and shoulder, nice wither, straight back, wide chest and hip. She is a beautiful bay with a long thick black tail and mane.  She is super gentle easy to catch with good ground manners and gets along with our other horses, mares and geldings alike. She is easy to clip, bathe, bridle/saddle, pick up feet, load, haul, she stands well for mounting, stands tied and stands well for the farrier. No vices. She would be good for a beginner or first time horse owner. She is a beautiful bay  mare with a sweet disposition, and will a be great family horse.
Scarlet Peak is sired by Chili Peake and is out of Blantons Lucky Luann, Who is by Blantons Doc Owlie. She aslo has Lindsey Peake, Son Of A Bar Girl, War ConCho, Mr Doc Blanton and Two Eyed Daniel on her papers.
She goes back to Two eyed Jack, Driftwood, Doc Bar and Joe Hancock.
And her good looks show it.

http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/scarlet+peake
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"Diamond" is a very beautiful dark dappled gray gelding that anyone can ride. He has been used in the feed lots and at a ranch for sorting, penning, doctoring cattle and to ride the fence line. Diamond would be a great prospect for ranch sorting/team penning, drill team, trail completion, play days, a lesson horse, walk-trot, lead line or just a pleasure/family/trail riding horse. He would also make a good English prospect,;as in hunter/jumper, pleasure, lesson, or dressage. He would look very cute under English tack. Diamond has a good neck rein, stop, and bends at the pole when backing up. He has a very smooth walk, trot and canter. You can also open/close gates off of him, he has no problem on the trails, nothing seems to bother him, he will walk in water, down streams, over fallen trees and through thick brush with no spook. When there is something new to him, he looks at it and is  "Ok that's new" and then he's over it. Our 13 yro niece has ridden him and he is quiet and very gentle, he listens and responds well. He is very calm about new experiences and places. If you want to ride a horse with a lot of flash and good looks, you can't go wrong with Diamond. He LOVES people, loves to be groomed, bathed and clipped. He likes to look good. He knows he's pretty. He picks up his feet for cleaning, he is easy to saddle/bridle, stands well for mounting, stands tied and stands well for the farrier. He loads and haul great and he has no vises. He is easy to catch and has great ground manners. Diamond is a VERY beautiful Dappled Gray Gelding (the pictures do not do him justice). He is very sweet and gentle and LOVES attention!!! He has halter horse confirmations, a beautiful clean head, a nice thick long black and silver mane, forelock and tail, strong neck, shoulder and straight back,  wide chest, hips and nice butt. He is a must see and ride to appreciate!!!!
Diamond Lena Joe is sired by Youngs San Lena, and is out of Satans Miss Diamond, who is by Double Satan. He also has Peppys Cowboy Gem, Mr San Peppy, Mr Gold Lena, Oddsmaker, and Do As You Please on his papers.
http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/diamond+lena+joe