Looking for more saddle time? These horses are currently available for part board and looking for a human to spend some quality time with! Pricing depends on the number of rides per week. To learn more about them, get a quote, or arrange a meet 'n greet, please contact us today!
This 6 year old Welsh Cob is a 13.2h gelding looking for his show partner. Jet is a very flashy palomino—you’ll certainly get noticed in the show ring! Jet will show Trillium and absolutely loves to work. He is bold and jumps everything he's been put in front of. He is also a true barn favourite. With an in-your-pocket personality, he just loves people and is very easy to catch. He's currently going walk, trot, canter, jump and is looking for an experienced rider as he is still a bit green. Jet can be offered for part board or an in barn lease for the right partner.
Meet Cassie! This beautiful bay mare is a 15.3 quarter horse cross who is looking for another human to bond with a few days a week.
Cassie is a very talented horse who knows how to work and enjoys her job. She offers a fun, energetic ride and is ready to take on any course in front of her. She is currently jumping 3'6 with ease. Because she is strong and forward, she does require an experienced rider. Cassie has wonderful manners and a fun-loving personality.
If you're looking for a sweetheart type to spend time with at the barn, look no further!
This 15.2 Arab / Warmblood gelding has done it all. Whether you want to work on your skills in the arena or take to the trails, he makes a great partner. Othello offers a very relaxed, quiet ride. He loves attention and he's never in a hurry so you can enjoy your time together.
This handsome chestnut is a 14-year-old 16.3 thoroughbred gelding. With his racing days long behind him, Odie is a talented jumper currently going 3ft. His ideal part boarder will continue bringing him along in this area in weekly lessons but is also committed to refining his flatwork. While Odie is not for a beginner rider (he is a show horse who does make sure you know what you’re doing!), he offers a wonderful ride, holds himself beautifully, and loves attention (and snacks!).