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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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W/T/C = Walk, Trot, Canter

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.

Little Britches Rodeo: The National Little Britches Rodeo (NLBRA) allows children ages 5 to 18 to compete in a variety of different rodeo events. The NLBRA provides three different age groups. Little Wrangler is a coed age group of children between the ages of 5 and 8. Kids ages 9–13 are junior contestants. Senior contestants are ages 14 through 18. Both the junior and senior divisions are broken down into boys and girls events. There are also coed events for the junior and senior categories.Girls events: Senior Girls breakaway roping, Senior Girls barrel racing, Senior Girls goat tying, Senior Girls Trail Course, Senior Girls pole bending, Junior Girls breakaway roping, Junior Girls barrel racing, Junior Girls goat tying, Junior Girls Trail Course, Junior Girls pole bending.
Boys events: Senior Boys bareback riding, Senior Boys saddle bronc riding, Senior Boys bull riding, Senior Boys steer wrestling, Senior Boys tie down (calf) roping, Junior Boys Saddle Bronc Steer Riding, Junior Boys Bareback Steer Riding, Junior Boys bull riding, Junior Boys breakaway roping, Junior Boys goat tying, Junior Boys Flag Racing. Coed events: Senior team roping, Senior Dally Ribbon Roping, Junior team roping, Junior Dally Ribbon Roping, Little Wrangler barrel racing, Little Wrangler Goat Tail Untying, Little Wrangler Flag Racing, Little Wrangler pole bending.
In addition there are awards based up senior and junior all-around cowgirl and all-around cowboy. A number of notable Pro Rodeo cowboys got their start in Little Britches rodeo. Mam if you want you babies to grow up to be cowboys/girl this is where to start.

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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Prada~Well Broke~Gentle~Beginner Safe~Fun~Pretty~Paint Mare-$2750
                                                  
Description:                                                                    
Age: 14yro      Breed: Grade Paint       Height: 14.1hh           Color: Sorrel&White
Prada has been ridden on the trails in the state parks, and for pleasure and pasture riding. She is broke for anyone to ride that knows the very basics. She rides with a one hand neck rein, and has a good back up, and stop. She rides with a loose rein, and is very smooth at the walk, trot, and canter. She does know barrels and is quite good at it. We just got her teeth floated earlier this month, 8/14/19. Prada has no problem letting you open/close gates off of her, carry a flag, walk through water, down stream, up/across/down steep ditches and ravines, ride over fallen trees, through thick brush, in the woods with no spook. She will make a great prospect foe such things as; goat tying, ranch sorting/team penning, play days, little britches, barrels/poles, drill team, polo, grand entry, parades, queens contest, 4H, FFA, trail horse competitions, walk-trot, lead line, lesson horse, or as an English prospect. Prada is gentle, has great ground manner, is very easy to catch, and is horse, dog and kid friendly.  She has no problem being bathed, groomed, clipped, standing tied, picking up her feet. Standing still while; saddling, being mounted, being fly sprayed, and for the farrier. She is easy to load, and hauls quiet. Prada will fit the novice, first time horse owner, or the old pro that wants the same horse every time. Prada is a beautiful sorrel and white overo paint, with a wide blaze face, brown eyes, and a long frosted mane and tail. She has a cute head, pretty face, good neck and shoulder, nice withers, straight back, and a wide chest and hips. She is a nice little mare, with lots of potential. She sells sound, sane, with no vices. Please no outside trades, deposits or payment plans. First come, first serve.
P.S. We have been trying to do a video, and its always something that gets in our way i.e. rain, appointments, arena availability or rider availability. We took her to the arena and she defiantly does know the barrels and has some speed, no ally issues, easy to handle,great in the arena, she seems to be in her element. If you email me I can send you a very short video going around the barrels with a non-experienced barrel rider. 
Sunny A Well Broke~Gentle~Beginner Safe~Sabino Paint Mare-$2750
                                                  
Description:
                                                                  
Age: 14yro       Breed: Grade Paint          Height: 15hh            Color: Palo&Wht
Sunny is a golden palomino sabino paint  mare that is gentle for just about anyone to ride. We have had a 7yro girl on her lead lining her and she did great. She has been used as mainly a family, pleasure, and a horse for the inexperienced guests.  She has been on many trails in the woods and on their ranch. Sunny has a one hand neck rein, a good stop, and a great back up. She is very smooth at the walk, trot, and canter, and will stay in the gait you want he in. Sunny will also let you open/close gates off her, carry a flag, walk in water, down streams, she'll walk over fallen trees, up/down/across deep ditches and ravines, through thick brush, in the woods, with no spook. Sunny would be a good prospect for many aspects of equine activities such as; 4H/FFA at halter and western pleasure,trail horse competitions, play days, drill team, barrels/poles,ranch sorting/team penning, queens contest, grand entry, parades, mounted patrol, English, walk-trot, lead line or as a lesson horse. She is super sweet, calm, gentle, easy to catch (we turn our horses out every night, and they come back to the barn every morning), has good ground manners, and gets along very well with other horses, dogs, and children. She is a follower, not a leader. She hasn't been dominate or "mare-ish". Sunny will stand tied to the trailer, stand still for mounting, and stand well for the farrier. She is easy to bathe, clip, groom, tack up, pick up her feet, and spray for flies. She is easy to load, and hauls quiet. Sunny is a beautiful sabino pattern palomino paint mare with a blaze face, hazel eyes, a white mane and tail. She has the halter horse head, stout neck and shoulders, nice withers, straight back, with broad chest and big hip. She is the total package. She with be a great family horse, first time horse, or a horse for the guests to ride. Sunny will be a great addition to anyone's barn. She sells safe, sound, and sane, with no vices. Please no outside trades, deposits or payment plans. First come, first serve.
Tandy~Beautiful~Solid Built~Ranch Broke~Roping~Mare-$2500
                                                  
Description:                                                          
                    
Age: 13yro           Breed: Grade QH            Height: 14hh           Color: Bay
Tandy is a very well broke mare that was once used on a ranch to work cattle, sorted cattle, sorted pairs, doctored cattle, roped off of, pushed and drug cattle in trailers, and to the fire. She rides with a one handed neck rein, she'll ride off leg pressure, and has a good back up and stop. She will let you open/close gates, walk in water, down streams, up/down/across steep ditches and ravines, over fallen trees, thru thick brush, in the woods, with no spook. She rides with a loose rein, and is very smooth at the walk, trot, and has a real smooth and relaxing canter. Tandy is very gentle, a big pet, and is dog friendly. She will make a great prospect for ranch sorting, team penning, ranch rodeo, break away, team roping, little britches, play days, polo, working cowhorse, break away, goat tying, barrels, poles, polo, drill team, trail horse competition, grand entry, queens contest, walk-trot, lead line, or as a lesson horse. Tandy rides the same whether is be evevyday, once a week, or once a month. She stands quietly while being saddled/bridle, groomed, fly sprayed, clipped, bathed, picking her feet, standing tied, and stands well for the farrier. She stands well for mounting (from the ground or a block). She loads easy, haul quietly. She would be great for mom and grandma on the trails, and for the kids for ranch rodeo and play days. She is gentle, easy to catch, not mare-ish, and gets along great with all of our other horses, mares and gelding alike. She is a beautiful bay mare with great conformations, a cute feminine head, a kind eye, pretty face, thick neck and shoulder, nice withers, straight back, wide chest and hip, and a big quarter horse butt. She is the total package, stout, beautiful, broke, gentle, and sweet. She will fit a novice, child (that's getting lessons, older person that wants an easier mount, and first time horse owner. She loves to work and have a job. She sells sound, sane, and safe, with no stable vices. Please no outside trades, deposits or payment plans. First come, first serve.
Sterling~A Beautiful~Gentle~Very Nice~Ranch Broke~Gelding-$2750
                                                  
Description:
                                                             
Age: 10yro           Breed: Grade QH           Height: 14.3hh             Color: Gray
Sterling is a very well broke ranch horse gelding that anyone can ride. He is an attractive gray horse (almost white) that catches everybody eye. He rides well on a loose rein, has a one hand neck rein, good back up and stop. He is a very smooth walk, trot and canter. Sterling has been used on a ranch to sort cattle, move cattle from pasture to pasture, pushed cattle onto trailers,  and been ride the fence line. Sterling would be great for; ranch rodeo, goat tying, play days, ranch sorting, team penning, drill team, barrel, pole, polo, tail horse competitions,  mounted patrol, walk-trot, lead line, a lesson horse or a great trail riding horse.  Sterling has some side pass, he opens/closes gates, he has no problem walking thru water, over fallen trees, up/down/across deep ditches and ravines, in the woods, and thru thick brush with no spook. He has the build to fit any type of horseman, or a larger/taller rider. Sterling needs a job, he likes to be rode and challenged. He 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 bathed, clip, groom, and is liking to be loved on. He has no problem with fly spray,  saddle/tack up and for for mounting (from the ground or a mounting block). He stands well, for picking his feet, tied, and for the farrier. He loads and hauls well. 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. 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. He sells sound, sane, and safe, with no stable vices. Please no outside trades, deposits or payment plans. First come, first serve.
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Cactus~Ranch Broke~Well Built~Gentle~Stout~QH~Gelding - $2750
                                                  
Description:                                                              
Age: 14yro            Breed: Grade QH          Height: 14.3hh              Color: Sorrel
Cactus is a very well broke gelding that anyone can ride. He has most recently been a family horse for the grand kids to ride while visiting grandma and grandpa on their ranch. Cactus rides with a one hand neck rein, has a good back up and stop. He has a nice smooth walk, trot, and canter. He will let you carry a flag on him, open/close gates, walk in water, down streams, over fallen trees, up/down/across deep ditch and ravines, thru thick brush, in the woods with no spook. Cactus would be a great prospect for such thing as; drill team, play days, little britches rodeo, goat tying, mounted patrol, trail horse competition, team penning, ranch sorting, parades, queens contest, grand entry, barrels, poles, walk-trot, lead line, or as a lesson horse. He is very easy to handle, he stands still while being saddled (tied or untied), while mounting (from the ground or a block), tied to the trailer or fence. He is easy to bathe, clip, groom, fly spray, and to pick his feet. He stands great for the farrier, loads and hauls quietly. He is gentle, easy to catch, with good ground manners, is dog and kid friendly, and gets along with all of our other horses. Cactus will fit many types of horseman, whether it be checking cattle, riding the fenceline, riding for pleasure or trails, lead line for the youngsters or learning to ride in the round pen. Cactus is built like a ranch horse should be. He is a copper red sorrel, with a blaze face, long thick mane, tail, and forelock. He has a handsome head, kind eye, good feet, strong neck and shoulder, nice wither, straight back, with a wide chest and a big round hip. 100% sound. Cactus is the perfect size, not too big for the kids, but tall enough for mom and dad. He is stout enough for a bigger rider, and short enough for easier mounting for those of us that have bad back or knees.He sells sound, sane, and safe, with no stable vices. Please no outside trades, deposits or payment plans. First come, first serve.
Rusty~Very Well Broke~Smooth~Great Neck Rein~Gelding-$1750
                                                  
Description:                                                             
Age: 18yro     Breed: Grade TWH         Height: 15hh          Color: Red Roan
Rusty is a very smooth and agile ride, with a great neck rein. If you have a bad back he's your guy!!! He is gentle for anyone to ride, he has a nice flat walk, a wonderful brisk Tennessee Walking Horse running walk, and a great canter.  He has a neck rein like a ranch quarter horse, he will also direct rein as well, with a good back up and stop. Rusty will let you open/close gates, walk in water and down streams, walk over fallen trees, up/down/across deep ditches and ravines, thru thick brush, in the woods with no spook. Rusty rides well by himself and with other horses. He will be a great prospect for such thing as; trail horse competitions, field trials, mounted patrol, English, walk-trot, lead line, a lesson horse or as just a family/pleasure horse. Rusty will walk at a regular pace, or pick it up for a nice smooth running walk or canter, and is easy to stop and he will just walk off quietly. He is very gentle, easy to catch and gets along well with our other horses, mare and geldings alike. He stands well for; saddling/tacking, mounting (from the ground or a mounting block), picking up his feet, and spraying fly spray. He stands tied, is easy to load and haul, he is easy to clip, groom, bathed, and stands well for the farrier. He is kid and dog friendly, and is super fun to ride and be around. Rusty will fit a beginner and first time horse owner. He is sound, sane, and safe, with no stable vices. Please no outside trades, deposits or payment plans. First come, first serve.
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Chisel~Beautiful~Gentle~Stout~Well Broke~Trailriding~Gelding - $2500
                                                  
Description:
                                                            
Age: 10yro           Breed: Grade Paint          Height: 14.3hh                 Color: Black
Chisel is a big stout gelding that anyone can ride. He has been on many trailrides and in the parades. He is very smooth at the walk, trot, and canter. Chisel is very laid back, he has more whoa than go.  He rides with more of a direct rein, has back up, and stop. He is good alone or with a group whether it infront, beside or behind. He is gentle for the kids or grandparents and tall/stout enough for dad to enjoy. He will let you carry a flag, open/close gates, walk across water, down streams, over fallen trees, thru thick brush, up/down/across deep ditches and ravines, in the woods with no spook. Chisel would make a good prospect for such things as; ranch sorting, team penning, play days, drill team, queens contest, mounted patrol, trail horse competitions, walk-trot, lead line or as a lesson horse. He is very gentle, very easy to catch, gets along great with all of our other horses, mares and gelding alike. He stands very well for; bathing, grooming, clipping, tacking up, spraying for flies, and picking his feet. He stands well tied, for saddling, mounting (from a block or the ground), and for the farrier. He loads and hauls very well. He is kid and dog friendly, he would fit a beginner, first time owner,or the old pro that wants something they can trust.He'd make a good second horse for the city company that knows nothing, to tool around on, he will make them look like a cowboy/girl. Chisel loves attention, loves to be brushed and pampered. He is easy to fall in love with. He is very gentle and has respect for your space. He is probably an almost solid color, black paint horse gelding, standing 14.3hh tall, with good conformations, four white stocking, a beautiful wide blaze face, a kind eye, a sweet disposition, strong neck and shoulder, nice wither, straight back, with a wide chest and hips. Don't miss out on this beautiful boy!!!
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UP Gold King Honey~Stout~11yro~Ranch Broke~AQHA~Gelding - $2750
                                                  
Description:                                                             
Foaled: 3/25/2008     Breed: AQHA#5041367       Height: 14.3hh          Color: Sorrel
"King" is a very well broke ranch horse gelding that would be suited for an advanced beginner. He has been used on a ranch to check cattle, ride the fenceline, push cattle to the pens, and sorting pairs. King rides with a one hand neck rein, and a has a great stop, back up, will side pass, let you open/close gates. He also has no problem walking in water, down streams, walking over fallen trees, up/down/across deep ditches and ravines, thru thick brush, in the woods with no spook. King rides with a loose rein and is very smooth at the walk, trot, and canter. King would be a great prospect for ranch sorting, team penning, play days, drill team, barrels, poles, polo, queens contest, trail riding competitions, parades, 4H, FFA, mounted patrol, English, walk-trot, lead line or as a lesson horses. He is very easy to handled, very easy to catch out in the open, gets along very well with other horses. He is easy to bathe, clip, fly spray, and groom. Stands still for saddling/tacking up, for picking his feet, and for mounting from the ground or a mounting block. He stands well tied to a trailer or fence, and stands still for the farrier. He loads and hauls well. King is a beautiful copper red sorrel, with a white strip down his face, with a white sock on his right front and right hind, He has an attractive head, good neck and shoulder, nice wither, straight back with a wide chest and hips. King rides the same whether you ride his everyday or once in a while. Don't miss out on this one. King is sound, sane, and safe, with no stable vices. Please no outside trades, deposits or payment plans. First come, first serve.
UP Gold King Honey is sired by Hankins Gold Rush, and is out of UP Bar Honey, who is by Hankins Glo. He also has Peppy Bar Preppy, King Hankins, Hollywood Return, Peppy San Man, and Gofar King on his papers.
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Moose~Gentle~Well Broke~Very Stout~Ranch Horse~Gelding-$2750
                                                  
Description:
                                                             
Age: 10yro            Breed: Grade QH          Height: 15hh              Color: Sorrel
Moose is a big pet, that was used as a babysitter on a ranch, and absolutely anyone can ride him. He is stout made for the taller/heavier riders. He was used to check cows, ride the fence line, move cattle to the pens sort them from pasture to pasture and sort pairs. He has a one hand neck rein, good back up, and stop.  He will also side pass, let you open/close gates, carry a flag, walk across water, down streams, through thick brush, over fallen trees, up/down/across deep ditches and ravines, in the woods with absolutely no spook. Moose is very smooth at the walk, as along smooth trot that cover some ground, and a very comfortable canter, that can all be done on a loose rein. Moose would be a good project prospect for; ranch sorting, team penning, play days, barrels, poles, mounted patrol, drill team, 4H, FFA, queens contest, parades, trailriding competitions, lead line, or as a lesson horse. Moose is VERY gentle, extremely easy to catch, and gets along great with all our other horses. He’s easy to Load and hauls quietly. He stand still for bathing, grooming, clipping, picking his feet, spraying with fly spray, being tied, and for the farrier and the vet. He will stand still for mounting (from a block or the ground), tacking up, and saddling. He would be good for a newbie beginner or the old pro that just want something easy going. Moose is a solid, stout made, dark red sorrel gelding, with two white socks,  an attractive head, good neck, strong shoulders, nice withers, straight back, wide hip and chest. Moose will be the same whether rode once a day, once a week, or once a month. Moose will be a nice addition to anyone's barn, he will be good for the cityslicker guests. He sells sound, sane, and safe, with no stable vices. Please no outside trades, deposits or payment plans. First come, first serve.
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Mia~Beautiful~Well Broke~Gentle~Buckskin~Trail Horse Mare-$2500
                                                  
Description:                                                                    
Age: 12yro      Breed: Grade QH         Height: 14.3hh           Color: Buckskin
Mia is a beautiful buckskin mare that anyone can ride. She has been used for trail/pleasure riding, she can be enjoyed by anybody and everybody. She has more whoa than go, and is very smooth at the walk, trot, and canter. Mia will ride with one hand neck rein, has a very good back up, and stop. She is kid and dog friendly, she will fit most any type of rider. Mai will ride the same way every day, whether it be once a week, once a month, or once every six months. She has no problem carrying a flag, open and closing gates, walking across water, down streams, through thick brush, over fallen trees, up down across deep ditches and ravines, in the woods with no spook. Mia would be a good prospect to learn such things as; trail competitions, little britches, ranch sorting, team penning, play days, barrels, poles, polo, mounted patrol, parades, queens contest, drill team, English, 4H, FFA, walk-trot, lead line, or as a lesson horse. She is very gentle easy to catch, and gets along well with all of our other horses (mares and geldings alike). She is easy to load hauls well, stands quietly for the farrier or the vet, and while being groomed, clipped, bathed. She stands well tied to the fence/trailer, and stands still for mounting (either from the ground or mounting block). Mia is a beautiful copper buckskin, with beautiful hazel eyes, black mane and tail, and black legs. She stands 14.3 hands high which is the perfect height for most people, for easier mounting and dismounting. She has a beautiful head good neck and shoulder, nice wither, straight back, wide chest and hips. Mia would be a pleasure for anyone to own.
She sells sound, sane, with no vices. Please no outside trades, deposits or payment plans. First come, first serve.
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Sheza Lite Skipper~Very Well Broke~Very Gentle~Trail Riding Mare- $2750
                                                  
Description:                                                                    
Foaled: 2/22/2005    Breed: *AQHA#4653745      Height: 14.3hh      Color: Palomino
"Skipper" is a very pretty palomino mare that can be enjoyed by most anyone. She has been a trail/pleasure horse, nothing seems to bother her. Skipper is a very well behaved individual that carries herself well, with her head low, and is comfortable at the walk, trot, and canter on a loose rein. She has a one hand neck rein, has a good back up and stop. Skipper will let you carry a flag, open/close, walk thru water, down steams, over fallen trees, up/down/over deep ditches and ravines, next to traffic, in the woods with no spook. She will be a great prospect for such things as; trail horse competition, play days, little britches, barrels, poles, drill team, polo, western pleasure, parades, mounted patrol, ranch sorting, team penning, riding camp/dude ranch, walk-trot, lead line, or as a lesson horse. Skipper stands quietly for the farrier, vet, while tied to the trailer, while being saddled/tacked up, being bathed, groomed or clipped. She stands still while being mounted from the ground or a mounting block. She will let you pick up her feet, spray her for fly spray, and she loads and hauls quietly. Skipper is very gentle, easy to catch, and gets along with all our other horses, mares and geldings alike. She is a golden palomino with dapples, with a nice mane, long thick tail, a beautiful head (like a halter horse), a good neck and shoulder, nice wither, straight back, and wide chest and hips. Skipper is kid and dog friendly, will ride for anybody, anywhere, anytime, whether it be once a day, once a week, once a month, or once a year. Sheza Lite Skipper is doubled registered with the AQHA and PHBA, but we only have a copy of the papers (with her picture on the papers and her is DNA on file with AQHA) up to you to get the papers, we are selling her as *GRADE. She sells sound, sane, with no vices. Please no outside trades, deposits or payment plans. First come, first serve.
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Country Girl Breeze~Beautiful~Well Broke~Stout~Palomino Mare-$2750
                                                  
Description:  
                                                                
Foaled: 2/19/2003     Breed: AQHA 4454407   Height: 15hh          Color: Palomino
"Breeze" is a big, stout, well made mare that most anyone can ride. Breeze is very gentle with good ground manners. She ride with a one hand neck rein, a good back up, and stop. She travels very smooth at the walk, trot, and canter, all on a loose rein. She has no problem letting you carry a flag, open/close gates off her, walking in water, down streams, over fallen trees, up/down/across deep ditches and ravines, thru thick brush, in the woods with no spook. Breeze will be a good prospect for such things as, drill team, play days, little britches, trail horse competitions, sorting and penning, queens contest, mounted patrol, western pleasure, camp horse, walk-trot, lead line, or as a lesson horse. Breeze stand very well for the vet, farrier, bathing, grooming, picking her feet, saddling and tacking up. She stands still while; tied to the trailer, being mounted from the ground or the mounting block, being fly sprayed, and for picking her feet. She loads and hauls very well. Breeze is kid and dog friendly, is easy to catch, and gets along with all of our other horses, mare and geldings alike.  She would be great for the whole family, the novice, or old pro. Breeze stands 15hh, a great size for mom and dad, and not too tall for the kids. She is a golden well muscled palomino mare with great conformation, with a pretty blaze face, beautiful head, good neck and shoulder, nice wither, straight back, with a wide chest and hip. She is the total package, beautiful, well broke, and gentle. Don't miss out!!!!!
She sells sound, sane, with no vices. Please no outside trades, deposits or payment plans. First come, first serve.
Country Girl Breeze is sired by Zan Handlin, and is out of Coopers Breeze, who is sired by Caras Leo. She also has Zans Parr Bar, Brandenbar, Brandy Storm, and Myers King Slolmom on her papers.
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Docs Golden Choice~Very Gentle~Ranch Broke~AQHA~Gelding - $2250
                                                  
Description:                                                             
Foaled: 5/17/1997    Breed: AQHA#3579742      Height: 15.2hh       Color: Palomino
"Nugget" is a very well broke ranch horse gelding that ANYONE can ride. We've had a "never ridden a horse in his life" ride him, and Nugget made him look like a pro. Nugget was previously used on a ranch to doctor and drag cattle to the trailers. He will rope, sort pairs, push cattle, check cows and ride the fence line. He has also been used to babbysit the inexperience riders. Nugget rides with his head low on a loose rein, and a one hand neck rein, with a great back up, stop, and side pass. He travels like a western pleasure horse with a very smooth, walk, trot, and canter. Nugget has no problem opening/closing gates, carrying a flag, walking next to traffic, in water, up/down/across deep ditches and ravines, over fallen trees, in the woods with absolutely no spook. Not much seems to bother him. Nugget will be a great horse for anyone learning to ride, a step up for a child coming from lead line going into walk-trot, little britches, learning to ranch sort, learning to rope, play days, trail competitions, parades, drill team, mounted patrol, grand entry, western pleasure class, queens contest, or lead line. He will rides the same whether is be one a day, once a week or a few times a year. Nugget responds well to young, inexperienced riders need, as well as the old pros. he is dog and kid friendly. He is very gentle, with GREAT ground manners, is easy to catch, and gets along very well with other horses (mares and gelding alike). He is easy to bathe, clip, groom, pick up his feet, and tack up. He stands still for saddling, mounting from the block or the ground, for the farrier, and while tied. He load and hauls very well. Nugget is a golden palomino with nice mane and tail, two socks, sturdy frame standing 15.2hh. he has a beautiful head, good neck and shoulder, nice wither, straight back, and wide chest and hip. Nugget with make a GREAT first time horse for a young child, or an older adult that wants something the can trust, a second horse for the guests, or a family horse.
Docs Golden Choice is sired by Docs Top Choice, and is out of Chanceys Queen, who is out of Brents Reed Chick. He also has Saay Doc, Doc Bar, Max Deck, Phantom's Gold. and Tabby's Blue Bar on his pappers.
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Gizmo~Cute~Ranch Broke~Honest~Gentle~QH~Gelding - $1250
                                                  
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Age: 18yro       Breed: Grade QH         Height: 14.2hh          Color: Sorrel

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