For Sale ~ For Lease ~ Wanted
is a 10yo 16.2
Clyde/TB cross gelding that currently jumps up to 4' and schools basic dressage movements. He loads, clips, bathes and stands
for the farrier. In full training and ridden daily. Goes indoors or out on the trail!
Call Elise Weber at 276-340-3942 for photos and
We are looking to free lease our two fox hunters
during our Australian sojourn. They would be available immediately (just in time for the Hunter Pace circuit!) through
at least next hunt season.
*Sambuca: gray Percheron/Thoroughbred
cross. Currently leads the First Field as Field Master's Horse for Goshen Hounds. He covers the ground--huge trot. Jumps anything,
goes anywhere. Sensible, no vices; clips, loads with ease. Strong and sturdy--he's an ideal gentleman's mount, but fine for
a lady in smaller groups or trail rides.
*Atlas: 17+ hh flashy chestnut thoroughbred. Whipped in for Goshen last several years. A JOY to ride--huge
canter, beautiful jumper, sensible. Clips, loads easily, but ground manners not the best. With a little ring work, he would
rock in the hunter or jumper ring.
Don't have anywhere to keep them? We can help there, too. We have a 4.5-acre farmette w/ house, 4-5 stall barn and pastures
for lease, between Mount Airy and Damascus. Rent the whole place or just the house or just the barn & pastures.
Need a way to transport them?
We're selling our 2009 GMC Yukon and stock trailer, too! (Also a 2007 Toyota Corolla, for just getting around.)
(a.k.a Koda) - 15.1h (stocky build, a 6'4" Man current rides him) 14 yo QH/Mustang Gelding. VERY VERSATILE!!!!
Can do english or western. Solid Training Level dressage (schooling 1st Level movements).
- good for all skill levels. Shown Maiden HT, BN CT (schooling BN/Novice XC). Would make a great foxhunter. Great
on trails - water, ditches , bridges no problem. Has been used in our lesson program for beginner through advanced riders.
video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvWXC14SY9s
$7500 very negotiable
If you have anyone in your hunt that is looking for a great horse, please let me know.
Thanks, Amy Brumbach
Program Director / Asst. Instructor
Equestrian Arts Institute