Reviewing the descriptions of my mares below I wonder why in the world I am offering them for sale. The answer is simple. We are just unable to train and develop them to their potential. They are sitting idle in a pasture when someone could love them, develop them and enjoy them. These are people horses and are not really happy unless they are in training and receiving attention. So I offer them to you, at fair prices, hoping you might be the owner they are looking for.
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Registered Arabian whose pedigree and character is stamped by generations of famous names.
- Dainty and sensitive enough for the advanced rider but sensible enough for a proficient beginner
- English, moves off of seat and leg
- Continues to attend various play day shows where she is curious and well behaved.
KAYLA TIKI: Sam Tiki+ x OKay 2003, 15h
Registered Arabian. Sire, Sam Tiki+, Racing Hall of Fame and Living Legend, Grandsire, Sambor++, Racing Hall of Fame and sire of 22 stakes wimmers. Dam line out of Krezus by Czort with the bottom dam line tracing back to The Real MCCoy.
Kayla was at the track in Colorado showing great promise when she was injured. She has never showed any sign of lameness since returning to Texas. However, because she was older at the time, we retired her for breeding. She has just had a splendid foal (Zing Tiki) out of Amazing Son. Kayla has wonderful ground manners but while she has been trained and ridden at the track by Glenn Rottweiler she demands the very best rider who relishes a challenge. We reluctantly offer her for sale. $3,000
Anyday Fancy: Diamondchip Sahim x Count’s Fancy Lady 2004 13h pony
Paint pony mare, Arabian with one cross to paint. She is a phenomenon. She is vastly superior in health. Her cuts heal up in a twinkling with no scars. She is tough. She can handle the weather and odd foods. She is not very susceptible to flies or parasites. I have never seen her with colic. Extremely agile and a favorite of all the horses. She is extremely intelligent and very quick to see what is needed and do it. Unfortunately this little gem has not been trained under saddle. She does seem to enjoy what driving training we have introduced her to. Would be a very valuable broodmare (she has the correct gaits) or companion. Could excel where agility, stamina and intelligence are required. Would require a very knowledgeable trainer.