Breeding at Up Front Horses

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Breeding

All of our Saddlebred horses are quality animals. We have spent years accumulating a herd of beautiful and talented animals. We still have several horses available but have stopped breeding due to the economy and the loss of our stallion.

Stallion

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Bear (reg. as Black Gold Supreme) was our breeding stallion . He produced big, sweet progeny with sweet temperaments and a willing attitude. He died in September 2010.

Trained Mares

Fashion Scene had a big motor and was extremely sensitive to the rider. She was used as a Park Saddle and Driving horse. She was referred to as "The Red Ferrari". She was Bear's companion and produced a filly by him in October 2006. She died in September 2010.
Shebara had the conformation of a huntseat or western pleasure horse. She was always ready to go whenever she was under saddle. On the ground, she was always the horse that allowed kids to do anything to her. She died in September 2010.
Whitney is a beautiful, very tall, bay saddlebred mare. She is broke to ride and has been used as a lesson horse. She produced a half shire foal in 2005 and a beautiful bay Saddlebred colt in 2007.
Touché is a beautiful tall black saddlebred mare. She is broke to ride and has been used as a lesson horse. She produced a chestnut filly with lots of chrome in 2007.

Young Stock/Broodmares

Sugar (reg. as Nite's Sugar Girl) is a very up-headed mare with two white socks and a blaze. She loves being around people, has an awesome trot, is very intelligent, and is handled on a daily basis. She lunges, has been started under saddle, and loves to show off her big motor She produced a beautiful bay filly by Bear in 2004, Jewel , and a black colt in May 2006, Napoleon. She hasn't been bred for several years due to our large herd size.
Princess (registered as Mountainviews June Princess) is our herd dam. She has produced babies with size, presence, and wonderful personalities. She is tall, regal, and beautiful. Her sire is Worthy Son. She had a handsome bay colt by Bear in 2004 Maxwell and produced a chestnut filly in May 2006, Josephine . She has not been bred for several years due to our large herd size.

All of these horses are available for viewing at our farm. We offer boarding, training, lessons, and sales.

We fervently believe that once you visit our farm, tour our facilities, and meet our horses, you will be as entranced by them as we are and you'll become "excited about horses".


Up Front Horses
14870 75th Ave. NE
Rice, MN 56367-9736

(320) 387-2365
vicky@upfronthorses.com