"Gator" is a stunning Chestnut TB. Born in 1981, he has
reached an early retirement due to an injury. He was bred to
be a race horse and ended up as a phenomenal 3' 6" hunter.
He was Reserve Champion at Washington International
Horse Show in second year green division. He took Grand
Champion junior hunter at Old Salem Charity Horse Show,
HITS Catskills, and Ox Ridge.
The big and fuzzy "Toggy", a gray Hanoverian' was born
on May 6, 1987. Toggy was a successful hunter on the "A"
Circuit jumping 3'6" & 4'. Toggy is a giant sweetheart.
His large brown eyes and his Santa white eyelashes will truly
warm your soul. He taught his owner to ride and her new mounts
will have big horseshoes to fill.
Referred to as "Toby", he is a sweet chocolate bay with
a star. He is enjoying life and keeps the other boys in line.
Toby is a Dutch Warmblood, imported by a Grand Prix rider.
He was a top children's and junior hunter. He has won top
ribbons everywhere including WEF and indoors at Penn
National and Washington. Louise Serio showed him as a
4ft. regular conformation hunter as a five and six year old.
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Some owners have more difficulties than others sending their
cherished friends away. It doesn't take long to see why Bojo
would be a good friend. His eyes possess a special childlike
sparkle and his nature is kind. You may have seen him modeling
blankets in the "Dover" catalogue-a true star!
His owner has a cute curly headed daughter named Sophie and her
husband swears his daughter is being fed propaganda in the
form of horsey toys and pony books left all over the house
......so this is how it starts.
"Skyler" is an 11 year old Hannoverian gelding. He was bred in
Germany, born in France, and imported to the U.S. in 2002. He
has placed second in the Adult Medal Championships in New
England and is extensively trained in Dressage. Unfortunately,
he has suffered from a suspensory ligament injury and had
been laid up after surgery for a year prior to his arrival in
December of 2006. Skyler has already improved here and
loves being a real horse again.
Dilbert has moved on to a home in the mountains where he will live
out his senior years as a trail horse
Max is a Kentucky thoroughbred, from the Native
Dancer line. He was sold at Keeneland as a yearling and moved to California,
where he ran until he was five. For the next four years he was a lead pony at
the track. He learned to jump when he was nine years old and took his riders to
victory in the junior equitation classes and in the adult equitation classic. In
2006 he moved east and showed until he was 22 years old. He is now enjoying his
well-deserved retirement and still loved by former owners and trainers alike.
Max's owner was no longer able to take care of him and he was
adopted by a kind-hearted young lady who needed a companion
for her elderly Walking Horse. Max now overlooks corn fields
in West Virginia.
An absolutely perfect horse. Solid in mind and body. He is one of the most trustworthy horses on the planet. Sorel is very wise and can and will do most anything. He has nice forward motion and is never spooky. He goes with the flow and wais patient with his riders.
Brownie is a 1991, Thoroughbred/Trakanner gelding. (recognize the rider???) He was shown on a national level from 1997-2008 in Pre-Green Hunters (3’), Green Conformation (1st year 3’6”, 2nd year 3’9”), Regular Conformation (4’), Large Junior Hunters (3’6”), and Adult Hunters (3’). He has won numerous Championships and then brought a 70 year old woman back to the show ring at 18 years of age. Brownie is ready and willing to be another success story for a lucky rider. He has a heart of gold and is a smooth ride.