Petes Honey Seeker aka Honey
2004 Palomino AQHA
We recently aquired this lovely little mare. She is just as sweet as her name
implies. We're sure with a bit of training she will make a GREAT kids horse.
Honey will be out on a breeding lease for a 2013 foal at www.blueridgewelsh.com/. We can hardly wait
to seewhat a great Little foal she'll make.
Honey foaled this gorgeous buckskin filly 5/10/13
Sired by Rosmel's Notorious(welsh)
CONGRATULATIONS! to Blue Ridge Welsh on this wonderful filly.
2013 AMHA/AMHR Grey and White Tobiano Colt
Everette is a wonderful example of the very versatile Stock type mini. He has lovely conformation
and even better temperament. He is just aching for someone to take him to the shows.
Everette would make a fantastic Youth or Amateur horse. He learns quickly and really wants to please.
Everette is handled daily so stands tied, leads, gets his feet trimmed etc. He is also well socialized
with both horses and people.
Everette should stay around 29"-30". His dam is 33" with her sire standing only 29".
Everette's sire also only stands at 29" tall.
Everette is another one that will now be enjoying a hormone
depleted life. Less hormones means more LOVE though!
Everette got his very own little boy!!
This pony is truly a gem. She stands right around 11.0 hands and is
a lovely Blue Roan color in the summer.Bailey is about 15 years old
so she has lots of good years left. She is very healthy and has
great feet. Bailey has no need of special supplements or foot care.
Bailey is currently in training to both pull a cart and for riding.
She is a really good girl that really wants to please.
Tack including cart and harness is available at additional cost to buyer.
CURRENT PRICE $1500
JIMMY DEANS ONEIDA
2003 AMHA and AMHR 30"
Sire : Jimmy Deans Fussbuster
Dam : Dell Teras No Sweat
Mary is very sweet. We have no reason to keep this little girl but
we just can't seem to let her go yet. We're not what we're going to do
with her though.
JIMMY DEANS CHENILLE
2002 Silver Dapple Tobiano
Reg. AMHA and AMHR 33.50"
We call this sweet little mare Nillie. She really never knew that humans
were good for anything until she came to our farm. She has learned fast
that not only do humans have hands for itching those hard to reach places
but they also have Cookies!
2010 Bay AQHA
Barbie is an awesome young mare. She has been through soooo much in short
life already. Just after weaning Barbie got her left rear leg caught in the electric
fence. Fortunately for her, she did this while we were watching and could get
to her quickly. Unfortunately we weren't fast enough. In less than ONE minute
Barbie completely severed her Extensor Tendon. This happened in Oct 2010.
Her prognosis was good but cautious. Six months of stall rest with daily bandage
changes was first prescribed. She could move the leg forward as long as it
was wrapped at this point. In just Eight short weeks she was healed enough
she could move the leg forward unwrapped and was released to hand walking
in the barn aisleway. By the end of January 2011, Barbie was cleared for
30 minutes of hand grazing. The first week of March 2011 was a fantastic time.
Barbie could finally be turned out for short periods in a small paddock.
She still had a small open wound that needed daily bandage changes but was
otherwise WAY ahead ofschedule. As of Mid-June 2011 Barbie was back to full
turnout with her age mates. She is very sound moving forwards or backwards.
Moving sideways causes her to short step for a pace or two then she moves fine.
The wound is now closed although the skin is very fragile yet. There seems to VERY
little scarring and there is hair on all of it.
Barbie has continued to grow and thrive through all of the recovery. Our vet is
sure we've been feeding her fertilizer. At a year old she stands 14.0 hands
and is getting ready for another growth spurt. This filly never had a down day.
She was and is always sure she can do whatever she puts her mind to.
When Barbie was born I was sure she was destined to be Emily's Youth
All-Around horse. I was just as sure that dream died the day of Barbie's
injury. I think Barbie has taught me to have more Faith and Patience in our
horses....especially the young ones.
Barbie was measured in the beginning of July 2011. At the withers she was 14.1 hands
and at the rump she was 14.2 hands. She has been measured again at the beginning
of September 2011 and now stands 14.2 hands at the withers and a full 15.0 hands
at the rump.
Our vet has cleared Barbie for ground work to begin her under saddle training.
She is right on the same schedule as if she was never hurt.
Update July 2013
Barbie has had a full set of X-rays and evaluted by the vet.
She has been cleared for ANY and ALL riding! No restrictions!
This is fantastic news for a filly we wondered if it may have been
kinder to put her down when the injury happened. Her future just
got much much brighter!
Barbie has been growing and changing as all babies do. As a
yearling, she was the spitting image of her sire. Now as a three
year old, each day she looks more and more like her dam. Barbie
is going through another growth spurt. She is obviously going to
be over 15.0 hands since that is where she currently is. Where she'll
stop.....probably somewhere between 15.0 hands(dam) and 16.2
Current Price: $SOLD
LANES LUCKY SUNSHINE
Brandy was used on a ranch to move cattle before we got her. Somewhere
along the line she was injured and is now only broodmare sound. She rules
the roost at our Florida barn and makes sure everyone toes HER line.
My foundation calculations for Brandy
2013 Black Pinto Colt
Elliot's full pedigree
We have named this cute little colt Elliot. He has come a very long way since he came
to us. There is something about him that just makes you want to hug him. Elliot now walks very well
on a lead, stands tied, gets his feet trimmed, gets groomed and clipped. He now has a very solid
foundation for more training as he ages. He is currently registered as solid but he definitely
has a couple of spots that were missed under his foal coat. We will be getting that correct soon.
Elliot's dam, Jimmy Deans Wapeka, stands just 32" tall while his sire, Gum Branch Apache Rebel,
is a mere 29" tall. We are pretty sure that Elliot will easily stay under 32".
Elliot was another special guest at our "Gelding Party". He really
deserves a kid of his own so we've helped that along a bit.
Current Price: $SOLD
2013 Dark Bay Tobiano colt reg AMHA
Ernie is a shining example of a future show winner. He is the whole package.
The first shows are here and Ernie is ready to go! He will make his presence
known shortly. We found a truly outstanding colt under his winter coat. Ernie
is very easy to handle even by children and novices. This is a great
opportunity for an Amateur or Youth to own a high quality horse at a
very reasonable investment.
"News Flash!" We had a gelding party on 10/23/14 and guess who was
invited?! That's right Ernie is now a Gelding.
CURRENT PRICE $SOLD
March 8, 1999 Buckskin AQHA mare
We call this sweet mare Ivy. She has the kindest eyes ever.
Ivy is an easy breeder/foaler and is an excellent mother. We've never
had a problem with Ivy while working with one of her foals. She
produces foals with a HUGE hip and good heavy bone. These foals
make superior Ranch/Rope/Cow/Reining type horses.
Ivy is green broke to ride and seems to enjoy having a human of her own.
She never bucked or bolted. She was a bit nervous about someone
suddenly taller than herself but got over that quickly. We have decided to stop
breeding AQHA and APHA so we are reducing our herd of broodmares. Ivy is young enough
to have another career other than a broodmare so we are offering her for sale now.
Ivy is currently open due to our choice of not breeding. She can be bred to either of
our stallions at the buyers request for a reduced stud fee.
I recently did some calculation to get an idea of how much blood each of our horses
carry. Here are my results for Ivy.
National Foundation Quarter Horse Assoc. 84.5%
Foundation Quarter Horse Assoc. 90.7%
Foundation Horse Registry 96.9%
Current Price open: $SOLD
2013 Black Tobiano filly Reg. AMHA pending AMHR
Enya is the cutest little girl. She would make an awesome team mate in a driving
pair with our Ernie. The two are marked in a mirror image of each other. The only
problem is Enya is TINY even compared to other minis.
This is Enya at 7 months old. I am standing over her with room to spare. In my shoes, I might
stand 5'5" tall.