Price: under $ 4500
1. She Comes in Colors, a pretty 'look at me'
2003, dark bay mare, has been a driving
horse, green under saddle, and is
now a proven broodmare producing
tall foals (that mature larger than her)
2. Tia is a sweet wants-to-please and athletic
Black/seal, born 2006, 14.3 hd, mare.
She is going well for trail and competition in
either dressage or hunter pleasure.
Let this loving want-to-please Morgan be Your
equine soul mate & competition partner.
3.. Our lovely, athletic, Precocious Mz,
is fearless and likes to perform.
She can collect and setup as well as
work with a long dressage type stride!
Precocious is longlining and loves to work.
Buy her before we send her out for saddle
training and increase her price to cover
Let her be both your fearless trail horse /
as well as competition horse! Her show /
career began with a standing ovation /
at the New England regional as weanling.
A handsome young stallion, with
conformation, athletic ability
great temperament,& manners.
He is looking for someone to finish
him in harness. Alas, he is
related to ALL of our mares!
Here he is barefoot, a simple
'cluck' is all that is needed for
him to be 'up and ready '
His pedigree goes back to UVM Promise and Tug Hill Commando... He has the temperament and ability to be a top show horse... Call for more info on him 207-457-2268
5. Electra, born 2001, 15 hds,
beginner and handicap safe
lesson horse as well as a
trail horse PLUS she
rides English and Western
(knows the difference between
the bits). She also is well
voice command trained so
that rider or instructor
can tell her what to do! Beginner
safe and fun for the
more experienced rider and for
those just getting back into riding.
6. Menomin Yankee D Dandy, our
senior breeding stallion was
professional trained to ride and drive.
He has been Champion In hand and
pleasure driving for the NE Morgan club
showing across the New England Morgan
He is trained for an amateur to drive/ride
and has been driven across fields as
well as down the road. He is also a
proven breeding stallion and is easy to
handle in the breeding shed.
We have made the difficult decision to
offer him on our sales list, since he is
the sire of 1/2 the mares on the farm and
closely related to the other half.
The farm is retaining some of his