We are excited about horses and have made it our mission to share this enthusiasm with others. Our goal is to provide the horseless rider with equine-related experiences using our American Saddlebred horses. We also provide boarding to outside horses.
There are currently 15 horses on our property. Some of these horses are used for lessons. Some are boarders. Others are retired.
They include Whitney and Redd (Saddlebreds). We have an awesome Hackney pony called Antone that is also used for leadline.
We have a bay pony mare that we call Heart that is used for lessons. She is about 13.2 HH and is used for all levels of smaller riders.
We have a bay Arabian gelding Rio that is used for lessons. He is calm and sweet and well trained. He is about 14.2 HH and is used for all levels of riders.
We have several other horses that are in training and available for more experienced riders.
We have several younger Saddlebreds that are in training and doing more experienced riding lessons, Josephine and Napoleon, (reg. as Queen Josephine and Napoleon Knight). They would both make nice show, sport, or pleasure horses.
We have another Saddlebred mare, Diva (reg. as October Fashion Statement), that we have also started working with. She has awesome bloodlines, a beautiful head, and an adventurous personality.
Whiskey Serenade, Whiskey is beautiful bay and belongs to a boarder. He's a 16.3HH gelding from our breeding program. He is used occasionally as a lesson horse.
Sandy, (reg. as Sandy Mirage) is a chestnut Saddlebred mare, is doing very well in her training, and is available for a more experienced rider. She is flashy with her 3 white socks and broad stripe.
Sugar (reg. as Nite's Sugar Girl) has been used as a broodmare. She would have made an awesome show horse but we don't show. She loves attention, has a lot of motion, and is very smart. She produced a beautiful bay filly in 2004 and a black colt/gelding in May 2006 Napoleon.
Princess (registered as Mountainviews June Princess) is a broodmare and the grand dam of our herd. She produced babies with size, presence, and wonderful personalities. Her May 2006 foal was a chestnut filly called Josephine. Princess is retired.
All of these horses are available for viewing at our farm. If purchased, they can be boarded at our facility and lessons may be provided to facilitate the transition in ownership.
We believe that once you visit our farm, tour our facilities, and meet our horses, you will be as enthused about them as we are and will become "excited about horses".
NOTE: Lessons, boarding, and training are available on a limited basis.