All of our horses are
very level headed, have straight legs, nice
feet, and all-round good conformation. Most
of our horses are homebred and raised which we feel
gives us the ability to select mares and stallions who pass excellent
conformation, gaits, and personalities. The horses that are home bred
are all imprinted and are trained using natural
horse training methods including de-spooking.
All of the horses listed on this
page are currently used on our farm for our trail riding
business, and so our horses carry beginners through advanced riders
of all ages. They are ridden on trails, over bridges, across
creeks, and along roads (and so are exposed to, and are safe
around traffic). They are also exposed to four wheelers, farm
tractors, weedwackers, mowers, and other farm equipment. Most of the
horses have been on travel overnights. They all load, tie, and trailer
Additional information about each
horse, where it applies, has been added. For more information or an
appointment to see the horses please email Sheeder1@aol.com or call
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, Pride & Joy: (D.O.B.
4/18/86)home raised QH/TB gelding, 15.2 Hands, $1,050
Pride is an exceptionally
well gaited horse with a great collected canter. He will take a
3'6" jump with ease and has competed in
hunt classes, barrel racing , and has paper chased. Pride is a veteran
when it comes to travel overnight rides and gaming events. Loads,
trailers, and ties well also great for shots, worming, and great for
the farrier.Click here for more photos of Pride and
(D.O.B. 6/16/85) Registered TWH mare, 15.3 Hands, $1,050
Midnight is a very quiet and friendly mare. She is
used on the trails for children
from the age of 7 and up.
She is a baby-sitter for children or novice riders. Midnight would
be an ideal first horse for a beginner
adult or child! She is great with shots, worming, ties, and is great
the farrier. Click here for more photos of Midnight
her offspring Romeo
Oxford: 15.2 Hand Grade paint mare foaled in
1997. $4,500. Oxford is a cute paint mare. She is currently
being used for children and novices as well as more advanced
. She has also been used as a broodmare and is an
mother who has thrown paint markings to both of her two children. She
does have a scar in one eye. To View more
photos of Oxford Click Here!
See her first foal J.D
. . Her 2003
paint filly Freedom
by Leeways Chaps.
Click here for more photos. (D.O.B. 6/22/03) TB/MFT, 15.2
. Silverado has been ridden
out on the trails and will continue his training. He is still
considered green broke and is suitable for an experienced rider only at
this time. He is great
with traffic, mud, dogs, tractors, etc... He is a very well gaited colt.
Click her to view more photos of Silverado.
Sire: Sheeders Pride