Interested in a GREAT OPPORTUNITY?

Would you love the opportunity to have a horse of your own to love, play with, ride, etc

without the FULL responsibility of ownership?

We have several horses available at this time for LEASE options.


Caleb – 7 yo registered AQHA (Quarter Horse)/Appendix

  • 15.2hh bay gelding
  • trained as a barrel racer
  • beautiful mover
  • goes english/western
  • loads in trailer without hesitation, stands for farrier, longes beautifully
  • good, strong barefoot feet
  • loves to trail ride, very brave and sure-footed
  • good for an intermediate-advanced rider, or a beginner rider in a lesson program

Dylan – 17 yo Appendix

  • 16.3 hh, big beautiful bay gelding
  • so kind-hearted
  • goes english or western
  • sired by Grand-Prix jumper

Due to an old tendon injury, Dylan can no longer jump but is well-suited to an intermediate rider who would enjoy having a big boy to love on.  Lots of miles still left on this sweet guy!

Midnite Tserenade – 24 yo Egyptian Arabian

  • 14.3 hh bay mare
  • english, western or dressage
  • great-granddaughter of Khemosabi++++/
  • rock solid Arabian bare-feet
  • practically a self-loader (trailer)
  • LOVES to trail ride and hop over little logs… her favorite thing ever
  • practically reads your mind and does what you’re planning to ask her to seconds before you ask! (still not sure how she does this, lol!)

Serenade is my own personal horse that i’ve owned for almost 15 years.  She is my sweetheart!!  She was ridden to the national level AHA Western Pleasure, has been trained thru 2nd level dressage and was endurance raced in her younger years.  Sere is a been-there, done-that mare and is trained thru and thru, however she is an ARAB so she has lots of spunk even in her twilight years.  She absolutely loves to be ridden and jumped, but she will make you work for her affection :) I will consider only the perfect match at a half-lease for my sweet princess pony!! You would never, ever know her age.  She still dapples in the spring!

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