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Lightly shown in stock horse/ranch horse competitions and she is quiet and consistent in the show pen. Simple to warm up and show, very honest.
Overall she is easy to handle and be around. Not finished but she is well on her way. She is uncomplicated to shape and ride. I have no doubts she’ll finish out to make a fun and competitive long-term show horse in the cow horse, reining, and versatility scene, and a stellar broodmare later on.
This colt has been lightly shown in stock horse/ranch horse shows this Summer. Easy colt to show and ride, no nonsense. He's got a great stop on him naturally and has so much more to give, gaining confidence in his turnarounds, easy lead changes, level headed and engaged mover at all gaits, he's cowy, quiet in the herd and strong in his boxing. Great prospect as a SHTX horse, ranch rider, etc.
"Oliver" does have some liberty training started on him, he also has a "lay down" and a "sit up" cue. He's sound, talented, and ready to finish.
Located in Gainesville, TX
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This is one that will be tough to see go, we sure love this little mare! We had her full brother here last year and loved him as well! He was one Elliot and I both looked forward to riding and this pretty girl is just that and more!
Buffy is cowy, cowy! She has worked in the herd, and on boxing and fencing. We’ve also used her out on the ranch to gather, and sort off and wean calves.
She has been ridden out and around by herself and in a group, and she’s quiet either way. She’s been through, around, and over ranch trail courses and obstacles.
This girl has flowy transitions, she is a fancy and smooth little mover, and has such a solid foundation on all her maneuvers. Has a great little stop and turn on her already and she consistently gets stronger and more confident in her job.
5 panel N/N, NRHA/NRBC
Lightly started 2 year old stallion, he's as kind as they come and wants to get along. One of the easiest-going colts I've ever thrown a leg over.
Rides around super quiet and is ready to shape into a program. He is currently behind, but at no fault of his own. This colt is the same after getting time off and makes steady progress each ride. He is so easy to handle and has loads of try and talent.
He will continue being ridden in our program and is considered a potential 2020 futurity prospect.
Has started some basic/beginning Liberty work, will circle and has very basic understanding of the mark. This colt has also been lightly started on cattle.
Has two older siblings out of the same mare and both are just as kind, willing, and full of try as he is.