Tunes joined our farm in the fall of 2014 and spent a year with us training to be an Eventer. He popped a splint and we gave him time to heal and work as a therapy horse. He has since returned to full work with a focus on Eventing and Hunter/Jumpers and feels great. He is playful and thoroughly enjoys jumping and hacking. Currently working consistently at 2'6" to 2'9" courses with flying changes. Has schooled through Novice on cross country. He has a lofty trot and a rocking horse canter. Straightforward to his fences and an easy ride on cross country. Nice feet, no vices, easy to have in the barn. Loads, clips, hauls like a pro.
For those looking for a cross country partner or jumper who absolutely loves jumping, Doc is one you should consider. Doc is smart, eager to please, and a more forward ride that takes you to the fences without pulling. He is currently walk trot canter under saddle and jumping 3ft in stadium and out on cross country. Doc is free of vices, loves to eat, turns out well in a group or individually, no known injuries except the superficial ones he has gained in the pasture. Doc loves his time with his people and wants a person of his own. He is the horse that when he finds people he likes he comes running to you in the pasture. Has 1*+ potential for the right partner or would excel in the jumper ring.
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Marlo is one of those lucky Thoroughbreds claimed back in his last race and retired by the owners he won so much money for. His quality care shows in how sweet and willing and level headed he is in everything we ask of him. Although he is a war horse with 50+ starts his joints and tendons are tight and cold. He is lightly restarted and very curious and willing. He is walk trot canter under saddle and hacking out alone and in company quite bravely. Marlo is working over ground poles and small jumps in an arena. In hand, we have jumped him over logs and up/down banks on xc. Marlo has no vices, quiet enough to be handled by kids and suitable for a less experienced rider with confidence under the guidance of a trainer.
Frankie has got to be a Golden Retriever trapped in a Thoroughbred body. He is one of the sweetest, most cuddly horses we have had in the barn. He was handled and ridden during his racing days by a Hunter/Jumper rider so he already knows about going in a frame and flexing left and right. He is a very easy keeper, loads and travels well, free of vices, sound with lovely cold tight tendons. He is currently being worked walk trot canter and going over ground poles and small cross rails. He will hack out alone confidently. Lovely brain! Frankie would do best with someone who has a trainer to guide them or some experience training horses. Very sweet and willing to do whatever is asked of him. The suspension is just lovely, but it doesn't throw you out of the saddle. Soft, responsive mouth.
Mongo is a gentle giant who really wants to please. Since retiring he has traveled to several venues with us and does such a lovely job of settling and getting to work. He has now started competing in Jumper classes at local shows. Mongo has 3 lovely gaits and started his flying changes. He is consistently working at 3ft+ and easily taking 4ft+ oxers. He has worked over xc jumps in hand and is very easy. Really quite the straightforward horse. He does have old set osselets outside the joints and sound with great feet. Could go into Dressage, Equitation, Jumpers, Eventing or Fox Hunting and be a fun partner. He is an all around easy guy to have in the barn and vice free.