Strat is one of those sports car Thoroughbreds. He is compact with a thick build and a big engine (aka butt). While racing he was trail ridden which shows with how easy-going he is traveling to new venues. He has taken quite a liking to Eventing and Jumping. He is one of those horses who will leave his heart out on the course for you he tries so hard. Strat is currently walk trot canter, working on his leg yields and jumping courses at 3'7" with an occasional 4' oxer. He has schooled cross country through Novice with scope and drive to go higher. Strat is not a hot horse, but he does have stamina and a drive to work. His energy is easy to focus and guide since he is so generous. On the ground he has impeccable manners, no vices and a sweet disposition.
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. Mongo has 3 lovely gaits and started his flying changes. He is consistently working at 3ft+ and easily taking 4ft+ oxers. Mongo is not for green or timid riders due to his size. He is a big horse, but a gentle giant at heart. Never offers to do anything bad. He does have old set osselets with full range of motion 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.
Cutter is one of those Thoroughbreds who loves to have a job. He has transitioned from racing to his second career with such ease. It helps that he was trail ridden while he was racing. And that he spent his winters being a horse. Cutter has been working over 3'6" with ease and flying changes. His canter is very rhythmical and could be quite lovely in the Hunter ring. He is also straightforward and honest on cross country through Training level. We have schooled Cutter at several facilities and during shows which do not change his lovely movement and jumping form. Cutter does have a set splint on one front leg. He is a mild cribber controlled with a french collar. Would be suitable for riders with experience.
Doc has been with us since the Spring of 2016 letting down from the track. He was lightly restarted in the summer of 2016, but had some skin issues so we let him be a horse while his system reset. He has come back into work in late Feb 2017 and is ready to have a job. Doc is smart and eager to please, but can be a more forward ride. He will do best with someone who likes to work and can create stimulating exercises to challenge his brain. He is currently walk trot canter under saddle and jumping 2' to 2'6". 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.
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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.
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