I have not been keeping up on the horse market much this past few weeks (well, "not much" for me might be a little different than not much for you!) I thought I would share with you a few more horses from my favorites. And yes, I am still holding out on you (just a little). My top three horses are staying safely tucked away in my back pocket. I am holding out for the New Year and so far, my plan is working *knock on wood* *fingers crossed* in that none of them have sold (which hopefully means I will be able to get a better deal after Christmas when everyone is feeling the pinch). I told you before, I am evil! Bwahahah!
Also I wanted to share a link to HorseBreakers.com. I have been following Horse Breakers for about four years now. While they do some breeding, for the most part they are a marketing/sale business based out of Arizona. They specialize in well broke, pretty, colored, western stock horses. They offer a few open sales a year (with a focus towards colored horses) like the....
"Colors of the Sun" auction on January 9-10th
These folks always turn out some outstanding, well bred, good-looking horses but unfortunately (for me not the sellers) they usually go for a premium.
All of the above pics are horses that are have for sale in the up coming auction or on their site.
Another website I check on every now and then is Bluequestfarms.com and Fisherequine.com both based out of Montana. They are also marketing/sales ranches that do a nice job but they offer more work-man-like horses. Fisher Equine is a little short right now on their usual stock but they usually have a lot of nice horses.
Bluequest has this gelding for sale that I really like. He is a bay grade and not my "type" at all but if I were looking for a solid trail horse, he is one I'd give a good hard look at. He looks...strong.And last but not least....
Her ad at: A red dun mare
Here is a mare that is closer to home that I think is really cute. She is not as refined as my usual type but something about her "look" makes me think that she is a really sweet mare with a good mind. Isnt it funny the way we conjecture like that?