Hug a Gem (“Gracie”) born 17-4-13 has the bloodlines to suit a range of disciplines from pleasure to campdrafting or cutting (grandfather is Hug Me Doc reserve reining champion and western performance horse; Spinifex lines too). Now 3.5 yrs, and started by Mark, she has proved to a reliably capable mare, soft and well balanced, with obvious natural ability. She was bred by us, by our stallion and out of Mark’s favourite mare. Well liked by all horses,
Well liked by all horses, she has a lot of presence & is a special mare.
She will suit an experienced rider wanting a free moving, clever mare with time to commit to continuing her education initially. Shows potential to be a quiet mare with further education.
Fully registered AQH.
Available for viewing now for seriously interested buyers. $6,600. Phone 0417200411 to discuss further.
DANCER stock horse gelding
Dancer is due to continue his training after being started with Mark in 2016. He is now rising 6 and needs to go to a new home. He is very friendly, likes people, very strong, comfortable and capable to ride but needs someone who will be able to ride regularly and with confidence for a while. He will be on the market for about $3,500.00. About 15.2Hh. Contact 0417 200 411 for more information.
“Fern”, born 13-11-2014 is a lovely, confident filly who is well put together and nicely grown out on pasture. Mark has enjoyed halter-breaking her – she has been interested, responsive and quick to learn. She is currently available for $2200 (incl GST) and comes with feet trimable; halter started; and float loaded. Registration is pending. Copy of her full brothers paper to show common parentage is shown. Good, versatile bloodlines. Contact 0417 200 411 for more info.
Autumn is a QH filly, born 25-8-2014. She is the latest foal out of Mark’s favourite mare, who goes back to the traditional sprint-bred quarter horse lines. She has been halter-trained and will be sold with feet trimmable and float loaded at $2200.00 (incl GST), registration pending. A copy of her full sister’s registration certificate is shown to show details of common parentage. Grown naturally on pasture, she is a stunning shape (despite the fact she rolled in dust just before we took these shots!). Phone 0417 200 411 for more details or to view.
Named after Black Beauties mother, Duchess, for good reason. This is a quality mare who resonates with presence. She is out of one of Mark’s old long-distance trekking horses, which means she is not registerable with the QHA. A solid black who will retain this colour. Beautiful movement. Taken to Mudgee Small Farm Field days as her first outing – lots of people; pa systems; tractors; aeroplanes – but she excelled; calmed in her stall quickly and was not bothered by all the fuss. “When I educated her in the demonstration, it was as if I was educating her in the round yard at home. Despite all the people, she remained focused.” Huge potential. Due to start work with Mark in late 2015. Contact us now – this mare will be highly sought after.