Horses for sale

Joy is a stunning daughter of the great Olympic Ferro. She is 7 this year, 16.2 hands and has just started competing at level 1 and is also schooling level 2. Her movement is impeccable and will be able to advance up the levels with ease. Joy is personable and loves attention. She hauls well, is great for the farrier and has good ground manners. She already has movements for the more advanced levels. She has shoulders in and haunches in, great leg yield, solid on lead departures, counter canter and working on flying changes. She has excellent extension at both the trot and canter and has the long stretchy walk/trot down. This is a great horse for a very serious dressage competitor but also is kind enough for amateur riders with a trainer. Mid to high 5 figures. located near Three Forks, MT

 

See video https://youtu.be/2jYg0bgTqwg

 

Amalie BEC - 8500
Amalie BEC - 8500

Mali is a 16 hand, 1/2 Friesian and 1/2 Oldenburg filly. She is registered as a Friesian Heritage Sporthorse. Mali is very easy to catch and adores people and attention. She is very offended when you walk out in her field and ignore her when you plan to catch someone else. Mali is now 5 years old as she has a late August birthday. Mali has done a little bit of everything but isn't overly finished at any particular discipline...it's the problem with being owned by a trainer that rides everyone else's horses. She has done some jumping, ridden on the cross country course, Trail rides, crosses water, does trail obstacles and has played with the Working Eq obstacles as well. She knows her leads, is soft in the bridle, moves off the leg and is a pleasure to be around. Mali is used to clinic environments and can ride in an arena full of horses or a cross country course where others are schooling. She is good for the farrier, stands tied, trailer loads well and is a sweet girl to work with. She is uncomplicated and wants to be a good girl. She does what is asks and doesn't say no which is why she makes a great obstacle horse and is always willing to try new things. Located near Three Forks, MT 8500

 

See her newest video here: https://youtu.be/fUQzoisOcWI  The following is an older video that shows a little jumping and working eq obstacles: https://youtu.be/D8-kJ2isNRo and this video is from last fall, trotting the cross country course: https://youtu.be/fUHNiqT2QG0

 

MJ - 5000
MJ - 5000

MJ is a 7 year old, OTTB gelding that stands at 15.3 hands. His registered name is Mineralogy and still has his JC papers. He is a super sweet horse with great manners. He is easy to catch and tack up and adores attention. MJ has incredible manners and never has any spook no matter where we go. He has great jump talent and has been schooled over small jumps up to 2'3" oxers and jumps with fill. He is non reactive and willing to go to work where ever I take him. On Oct. 2nd he went to his first horse show and did great, even allowing a teen girl to ride him in a few classes. He rode as calm and well there as he does at home. He is good for my farrier, hops right in the trailer and can stand tied. He doesn't have a ton of trail miles but as with all other things he does, he trail rides calmly and willingly like it is no big deal. He is very uncomplicated. Located near Three Forks, MT 7500

 

See video here: https://youtu.be/Aeyyq4lOFAo

 

Trout - 5000
Trout - 5000

Trout is a 12 year old grade gaited/cross. He is stout and 15 hands tall. Trout comes by his name honestly, he adores water... he's practically amphibious. You ask him to get in the river and he will cross it even if it means swimming. He also goes by the nickname Dozer... because he will go wherever you point him even if he shouldn't. This horse is the kind someone wants if they cover a lot of miles. He walks out like it's all business and never gets tired. He will lope out across the fields and never pulls any shenanigans. I always say horses aren't 4 wheelers, but this may be the horse that is closest to it. Trout has great manners and will stand tied all day. He has been around cattle and the dogs that work by his side. Trout has a solid one handed neck rein and is the closest thing to power steering a person could want... too fast? Just ride the brakes a bit and he will idle down. Endurance rider? No problem, he will probably win. Located near Three Forks, MT 5000 See video here https://youtu.be/MAgMWL8kiXI 

 

See video here: https://youtu.be/MAgMWL8kiXI