Roanin is a 9 year old, 15.1 hand bay roan gelding. Built like a stout quarter horse, Roanin is gaited, making him super easy for anyone to ride. Solid, beginner friendly trail horse with excellent ground manners. Good neck rein, responsive to leg but not overly sensitive. He would make a great husband horse, or be perfect for somebody looking for a calm and comfortable trail partner.
Remington is a 9 year old, 15.1 hand sorrel quarter horse gelding. This is a really nice western broke horse. Great neck rein, beginner friendly, safe and simple both on the ground and under saddle. Excellent trail horse that anyone can ride and enjoy.
Chloe is an 11 year old, 15.1 hand grade quarter horse mare. She is quiet on the ground, easy and safe to work around. Chloe is still green, and would be best suited for someone with experience, or someone working with a trainer to help her reach her full potential. She is very willing and eager to learn, and will make somebody a great horse. Rides quietly on the trail or in the ring, no spook, buck or rear. Has taken beginners out on group guided trail rides, and is 100% safe. This is a super sweet mare with great color, eager to please. She has the basics and is ready to finish your way!
Honey is a twelve year old, 14 hand registered haflinger mare. She is solid, stout and sound. Rides english and western, and is said to be green broke to drive, although we have not yet hitched her.
Missy is a 15 hand grade mare. Sound, all around western horse. Great neck rein, very handy and responsive. She is a lot of fun for the more experienced rider, and has speed when you ask for it! She would be best suited for a confident rider as she can be forward. No buck or rear, quiet and respectful on the ground. Would make a fun gaming or barrel horse.
The relationship between horse and owner is, for many, one that is very important! There is a special bond that happens between the true horse lover and their special 4 legged friend, companion and cohort. Our goal is to discover what you dream of in a horse and what challenges you may face within horse ownership and determine whether we have a horse that fills those needs. We encourage the new partners to develop a support system after you leave the Ranch, which greatly aids in a successful transition.
It is so sad to see horses passed from owner to owner simply because they were not a good match. Both parties suffer from the failed relationship, but the horse has little control over what happens next. We want to do as much as we can to assist you in choosing the best horse for you.
In order to find out what your needs are as a rider and what type of horse would be the best match, we prefer to speak to people personally. Emails often leave out a lot of details that are important when suggesting a good match. Many of our customers are beginner riders, first time horse owners and riders that are getting back to their passion after many years away. In those circumstances, we recommend scheduling a lesson with potential matches, in order to help determine what type of horse would be most suitable for your particular level, challenges and aspirations. By getting to know you and your ability in a lesson setting, we will be able to more accurately recommend the horses here that may be 'the one'. If we don't currently have the perfect horse for you we will continue to search for a wonderful match. Please feel free to give us a call at 802-293-5837 to discuss your needs, schedule viewings and lessons.