Best is a Friesian Gelding. He was imported by us from Holland in 2004 as a four year old. His sire isï¿½ the approved stallion Lammert. Lammert was one of theï¿½first Friesans to reach the upperï¿½dressage levels, despite his heavy Baroque build. Lammert automatenspiele kostenlos spielen ohne anmeldung book of ra buildï¿½ and movement to many of his offspring.ï¿½Best is trained to drive and ride, but he isï¿½primarly ridden. He is being schooled for dressage and is currently at training level. He isï¿½a Baroque style Friesian with an easy temperment and he loves to trail ride the most! automatenspiele kostenlos online go through anything, heï¿½really is aï¿½trail blazer!
Brooke came to us as an untrained 3 1/2 year old. She is a full papered Leffert daughter and isï¿½ of modern build. She has been with usï¿½for two years and has come a long way! She currently standsï¿½just shy of 16 hands, tall for a mare. She is full of energy and has very high uk casino no deposit bonus! We will have a hard time using her for dressage, but she sure will clean up in Saddleseat and carriage driving!ï¿½
Fenna is the most recent addition to our barn. She arrived from Holland in February 2007. Fenna is a 2nd Premie ,Full Papered Ster mare sired by Thomas. She is our dressage horse extraordinaire! This mare is currently in training, and she shows great promise.ï¿½ Our trainer says she has the best canter she has EVER ridden, and that is saying something!
1999 Buckskin Tobiano Gelding
Doc can be seen in area shows, ridden in Western Pleasure by his owner, Mary Johnson.ï¿½
Chance is our most recent addition to our barn. He is owned by Ann Gredler. Chance has been boarding with us since September of 2008. Chance is a great trail horse. He is about as bombproof and they come.ï¿½He had been renamed “Sir Dunkin” by my husband as he dunks each and every bite of hay in his water. He makes quite the mess, but we love him!