Interested in meeting one of our four-legged friends? Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a visit! Horses tend to sell quickly, especially the types in high demand, therefore we operate on a first come, first serve basis. If you wish to put a hold on a particular horse, you can place a non-refundable deposit of $250 to hold the horse for up to 3 days, and if you decide to purchase that horse it will be credited towards the purchase price.
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Have more questions about the process of buying a horse? Call us at 574-329-1431 or visit our FAQ below!
Badger (On Hold)
Badger is a 12 yo 15.1 hand grade grulla paint gelding. He is as gentle as he is flashy, and is truly an all-around performer. He's done lessons, camps, birthday parties, shows, trails, jumps, worked cows, bareback, double, you name it. He's steady enough for beginners, but also a lot of fun for advanced riders. Light to the aids, smooth mover, adjustable gaits. Asking $9500, price to increase with show experience.
Mocha is an 18 year old grade Welsh Pony mare standing at 13.1 hands. She is kid safe and has experience in everything from barrels to jumping to trails to cows. She's been used in our lesson program and summer camps, and does an excellent job. She can putz around on a loose rein, but can also kick it into high gear, making her fun for both beginners and advanced riders. She does have a history of founder and so will do best in a dry lot, but doesn't require maintenance to keep her sound. Asking $4500.
Galaxy is a mid teens grade gaited mare standing about 15.1. She is gentle and easy to handle, not marish in any sense. She has some speed so best suited for an advanced beginner, but nothing naughty. She's a smooth mover, easy to cue, will lead or follow on trails. Asking $3000.
Jax is a 13 year old grade QH gelding standing about 15.2 hands. He's truly an all around guy - he's worked cattle, done extensive trail riding and boulder climbing, jumps, and does lessons and camps. He's safe enough for supervised beginners, though his trot and canter can be a bit quick and sometimes he has opinions on where he wants to go, so best for an intermediate rider if unsupervised. No spook/buck/rear/bolt/bite/kick. He's shown great potential in jumping and would make a fun show project to bring along with his nice uphill build, but could really go in any direction. Asking $4500, price to increase with showing experience.
Violet is a 14 year old 14.2hh grade blue roan QH mare. She is gentle and sweet, and up for anything. She's done extensive trail riding, lessons and camps, barrels, and is lightly started over fences. She is a smooth mover, light to cue, and very responsive. She is easy going enough for supervised beginners, but fine tuned enough to be fun for advanced riders as well. Asking $5500.
Pirate is a 15 year old grade grulla QH gelding standing about 15 hands. He is a sweet and inquisitive guy, gentle to handle and straightforward to ride. He has nice smooth gaits, rides well off of light pressure, and is a willing partner. He is beginner safe and has been used in lessons and camps, but is big bodied, handy and fun for adults and experienced riders as well. He has extensive trail and camping experience. He is partially blind in his left eye from an old injury, but it doesn't make him spooky or limit his abilities. Asking $4000.
Kahlua is a 7 year old draft cross (Belgian x Rocky Mountain) mare standing right at 15 hands. She is stout enough for adults, but quiet enough for kids. She is a sweet, personable mare that is absolutely beginner/kid/guest/husband safe. She's more woah than go, but will trot and canter if asked. She has experience in overnight camping, rides out alone or in a group out on the trails, and has a Rocky Mountain gait in between her walk and trot if asked, making her a good smooth trail mount. She's gentle and easy to handle on the ground even for the littlest kids, rides English/Western/bareback/jumps, has show experience, and has been serving in a lesson program. She is broke to drive as well. She is being offered at $8500, price to increase with more show experience.
What does your sales program look like?
When a horse first arrives, we do an intake evaluation to establish a baseline of what the horse knows and acts like. We address any health or behavior concerns we may find, add them to our training program, and if they are suitable, they will serve some time in our lesson program before finding them their very own family to love. This model gives our horses the most possible exposure to all kinds of riders and situations without having them get burnt out serving as a school horse.
Can I get a pre-purchase exam on a horse before buying?
Absolutely! You can get in touch with any of our local area vets to schedule a time and discuss your needs. Dr. Fouts: (574) 320-6764, Dr. Weldy's (574) 862-4995, Dr. Biggers (574) 210-8450, EVH (574) 633-2146.
Can you ship the horse to me?
Yes! We offer delivery for up to a 3 hour radius for $1/mile round trip, and for farther trips we recommend the following haulers: Crossroads Equine Transport (800) 994-0866, K & K Transport (715) 556-6006, MG Horse Transport (270) 498-8383, CTS Equine Transport (606) 748-5400, PIR Transportation (330) 383-6862, Diamond T Transport (918) 577-7845, Wild Horse Transport (231) 357-4562, Rusty Wheel Acres (574) 596-7318.
How do I buy the horse when I'm ready?
We can send an invoice though Square that you can pay via card or bank transfer, or you can pay by cash or check.
What happens if I have questions or concerns after I buy the horse?
We are happy to answer any questions and provide support about health concerns, training questions, etc to make sure that both you and your new four legged partner are happy together. Most horses take about three weeks to three months to settle in and feel "at home" with their new families and routines. If you find down the road that the horse is not a good fit for you, we will work with you to come up with a plan to find him/her a more suitable home. We do not have the ability to issue refunds, but instead we are happy to assist you in reselling that horse, or potentially even trade it back for a current horse that might be more suitable for your needs.
Do you offer boarding for my new horse?
We do not, though we are happy to keep your horse short term while you arrange boarding for $10/day. You can get in touch with the following local boarding facilities to check for openings: Red Oak Farm (574) 848-4968, Four Arrows (574) 250-1177, Renaissance (574) 297-1429, Fox Run (260) 350-4730, Ann Cole Training Center (574) 850-4485, Lucky Horse Equestrian Center (574) 298-8785, Pumpkinvine Stables (574) 238-0301, New Acre Farms (574) 215-8544, DanBar (574) 674-8427, Laughing Horse (303) 717-8903, Heatherwood Equestrian (574) 247-1205, JJ Morris (574) 742-1320, Faith Training Center (574) 340-3193.