Thoroughbreds can do
SOLD! Congratulations to Nicole Henke Passler, DVM of Waverly, AL. This was his Prospect Horse FOR SALE information: Warrior is a 2003, 16.1+ hand, bay gelding. He is a beautiful mover and an extremely nice individual. He was lightly raced and has been very well cared for thru his career. He has no blemishes, no…Read More
Familiar Ghost, “Casper”, has been with me just over a month. And what a month it has been! As you and I discussed, I’ve been riding a long time. I’ve really liked a couple of horses, downright disliked fewer, and have had a so-so relationship with some. The horses I rode were always for sale…Read More
We have had a lot of people wondering just who got our special girl – Absolute Charm.
Let me give a little background to her story first.
Absolute Charm’s new family has had a rough few years. The mother was diagnosed with a terminal neurological disease with no cure. Her husband is a critical care nurse and he searched for every possible solution or possible cause for her condition. The mother grew weaker and weaker until she needed two canes just to walk and she spent most of her time in bed.
In trying to relieve some of the family’s stress, the then 13 year old son took up riding dressage at a local stable. . .Read More
“Cadence” aka Cold Cash – we qualified for the Southwest Dressage Championships last year (Oct 2008) and we placed 6th with 66.4% in Training Level. In addition, we placed in all classes we entered (First Level Test 1 (2nd pl 63%) and 4 (6th pl 58%) and First Level 4 (4th pl 63%)). We ended the year with two 66%s First Level 4 at a schooling show in which I was so proud of” Cadence” because it was the first time he really relaxed and gained confidence in the arena.Read More
Wanted to send a little note to let you know Votive is now here at my home. She is getting along great with my 32-year-old gelding that is here as well. We worked on lunging the first weeks here and she did better than ever. She loves the idea of being able to go out…Read More
To have a horse in your life is a gift. In the matter of a few short years, a horse can teach a young girl courage, if she chooses to grab mane and hang on for dear life. Even the smallest of ponies is mightier than the tallest of girls. To conquer the fear of falling off, having one’s toes crushed, or being publicly humiliated at a horse show is an admirable feat for any child. For that, we can be grateful.Read More