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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.  … Continue Reading

Welcome “Sierra” and Natalie to the Green Barn!  Sierra is a young Palomino Quarter Horse mare with such a sweet little face I just want to give her kisses all day!

Natalie is currently riding and training Sierra to do a variety of disciplines, mainly of the Western variety.  … Continue Reading

Recently the Green Barn welcomed a new face … “Story” … whose registered name is “DUALIN MOON.” — Love it!  Story is a 6 y.o. AQHA mare owned by Joanna Walker.  Joanna moved Story here from her own farm to focus on beginning her show career.  … Continue Reading

This week, we welcomed another new face to the Green Barn!

Awww, hi “Willie!”

Willie is a 13 y.o. sorrel Appendix (1/2 TB + 1/2 AQHA) gelding with a very excited and proud new owner named Grace, and from what I have seen they looooove to trail ride!  … Continue Reading

A few week ago, we welcomed 2 new friends to the Green Barn…

“Georgie” and “Sweeti,” arrived in style from Minneapolis, Minnesota!

Georgie (left) is a beautiful Tobiano registered APHA and registered AQHA mare, while Sweeti (right) is a black/white Missouri Fox Trotter.  … Continue Reading