Horses Priced between $5,000 and $10,000

LA KOOL AID

Aka "Sweetie Pie" is a 9 year old, 16.1 hand registered Paint gelding who is successfully competing Baby Novice and schooling Novice. He has impeccable manners and has been shown and WON local 2'9" hunters, Paint (halter champion) and has lightly team penned and been used for beginner lessons. He has perfect hunter form over fences, is a careful and handy jumper, and can be ridden safely alone and " on the buckle" on trails. Sweetie Pie has had the same loving owner since he was 6 months old and is ready to be your confidence builder. He is both kid and husband safe. Sweetie Pie won his Pre-Novice Division at Olde Hope Farms on May 31st 2009 with a score of 23! The dressage judge wrote "remarkably consistent." He also placed 3rd out of 12 very impressive horses at Fair Hill unrecognized in his first Baby Novice.

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

PUGSEY
Congradulations Vera and Marie -- have fun eventing!!
Super Willing, 5 year old, UNRACED, 15.1h Thoroughbred Gelding


Pugsey would make a great partner for a novice or experienced rider looking for a willing AND talented horse to move up with. Super willling, at his first cross county school he never even hesitated at novice level step downs or ditches and he easily goes through water. At his first Intro. Level Trial (Olde Hope Farms 6/3) he jumped around the 2'3" course like a pro. Not upset by the busy show environment, not spooky, look for Pugsey at his first Baby Novice Trial at Fair Hill (7/7). Schooling 2'6", brave to solid jumps, body clips, loads, great for farrier.









"TRAMPS SNICKER BAR"
(Snickers)
****sold in one week****
thank you to the Charon family


Snickers' personality is as unique as his looks. He is flashy, yet super quiet and loves to be fussed over by a noisy bunch of kids. I broke and trained him myself and have owned him since he was a yearling. I have taught beginners (children and adults) on him. He is super comfortable on the flat and to jump and will tolerate rider mistakes. He has been on trails, started cross country (elem.and pre-novice), is jumping 2'6" courses and started flying changes. He is uncomplicated, extremely smart and willing, and is ready to compete. Loving home, however, a must!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                






"Treasure Chest"

A real "treasure" in the dressage arena, scoring 8's and 9's on his gaits, TC is enjoying his new home in South Carolina as a serious dressage competitor.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          





"Entrepeneur"

A beautiful warmblood cross who is now living at the barn of an Olympic medalist!

 





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