These are NOT my horses. I used to board with this barn, and they have closed. They have a few Quarter Horses for sale, and I am helping to spread the word for them in hopes that the horses find great homes.
Here is a link to their website with pictures and pedigrees of the horses for sale.
While I boarded there, I worked with and rode a few of the horses. They were started by a man who shows in reining, so the focus for them is on flexing, collection, and lots of stopping, roll-backs, and circles in all gaits.
"Locks", a grandson of Dual Pep, is a gorgeous dark bay stallion. I've ridden him, and he's a fun, and comfortable ride. He handles well. He'd be a great working cow horse. He might try and "talk" to the mares while working, but if you keep him distracted with a task, he obeys the cues. I have ridden a mare in heat out on the trail next to him, and he didn't act up at all. He stands well for grooming and the farrier, you can touch him anywhere on the body. He is a big sweetie! If I could afford 2 horses, I would buy him, and I'm not even into QH's! Screen shot 2013-08-05 at 10.34.57 PM.jpgScreen shot 2013-08-05 at 10.30.37 PM.jpg
"Rio" is a pretty sorrel, who goes well under saddle too. I have not ridden him, but have worked with him on the ground. My friend used to ride him a lot. She loved his trot and lope. He's really curious, and really sweet as well. He has been ridden around mares, and hasn't acted goofy. Has been ridden out on the trail, and in the arena. I believe there is video of him being ridden on the website linked below. Screen shot 2013-08-05 at 10.30.04 PM.jpgScreen shot 2013-08-05 at 10.36.35 PM.jpg Ramaker Stables - Horses For Sale
"Bloom" is a sweet and quiet filly. She is used to being touched all over, and is under saddle and willing to do what is asked of her,but still green. I haven't ridden her, but have watched someone ride her, and I have groomed her. She also stands quiet for the farrier.
"QT" and "Axel" are just as sweet as their sister "Bloom". They're still young so haven't been ridden, but have been worked with. They lead, stand for grooming, and the farrier.
If you have any questions, there is contact info in the links I've provided.
They are also having a big auction on Saturday, September 7th. The auction will disperse everything on the property from tack,trailers, and fencing, to furniture and tractors.
Here is a link to their website for auction details. Ramaker Stables - Full Care Horse Boarding with Covered Arena
Thanks SO much for looking! I just want these guys & gals to find good homes!