They're known in these parts to have good horses. There's just too many to choose from, thats the problem.
I have a gelding coming seven that I bought from them, he's got the same type of mind you were talking about. This is the only one I've had from them but I sure like him, thats why I want another.I have a horse I bought from them as a two year old and he is a very very nice horse. Thier horses have great minds and are very trainable and athletic. You can get cheaper horses but they will be well... cheaper. The Davis's are very nice people as well. What you see is what you get. You would do well with any of thier yearlings but I like the Blue Spark Olena horses.
Yea, but he has a blue eye :shock: Those blue eyed horses freak me out. :wink:Oh, my, goodness. If I wasn't pregnant right now I would totally be calling them up and flying out to see this guy. I'm not even a paint person (and I show Buckskin circuit) but his color is AMAZING.
How well doyou think a Freisian would do in NCHA competition?
Yes, but cremellos are awesome. They are the exception to the blue eyed rule.That's what people say about my step-dad's cremello stallion. He's a sweet boy though.
wow those are nice horses. I would so get one but i lack the money and they are to far away, dam it. Good luck! Let us know which one you get.
I stand corrected.Having worked in retail I know that "you get what you pay" is not necessaily true. when purchasing something like dog food (my fiance used to work for Petco) and price-wise Iams, Euk., and Science Diet were one of the most expensive with Blue Buffalo and Wellness being a tiny bit more expensive, but not by much. Iams, Euk., and Science Diet are crap foods (IMO) and you are paying not only for the nasty ingredients in them, but you are paying for commercials...where as for Blue Buffalo and Wellness their ingredients are AWESOME (no by-products, artificial perservatives or scary things) and you are paying close to the same price. So no, you don't always get what you pay for