This 3 yo APHA mare is the only one my partner has ever expressed regret for selling. To this day she cites this as the one horse she wishes she would have kept. This little girl came to us very thin but very quickly put weight on. Once again, we do feed some commercially available grains as well as beet pulp, rice bran, and bran mash. We also deworm the day the horses come in. Sara needed and got everything. She was not broke when we got her, thin and sick. Good nutrition, good care, grooming, training and she transformed into a beautiful horse whom we delivered straight to a training barn. We sometimes body clip so you can “see” the horse, it made a big difference on her as did pulling her mane.
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This thoroughbred gelding was purchased as a project horse. My partner wanted something suitable for low level dressage lessons, eventing and jumping lessons. This big guy was just the kind of horse she needed. She took months of lessons and … read more
Winter was a gorgeous BLM mustang mare we purchased in 2008. This makeover was the result of a bath and good photos. The “before” picture was what we consider an “intake” picture…a picture of the horse as it arrived to us. The … read more
Rain was a gorgeous young half andalusian / half paint horse grade filly we purchased for resale. Here are some quick “snapshots” I took of her shortly after I got her home. Loads of problems namely she”s dirty, not properly … read more
Rocky was a GREAT Appaloosa stallion I purchased to resell. He has a WONDERFUL home right down the street from me and I pass him every single day on the way to work. When I initially acquired Rocky I … read more
Photographing a horse is DEFINITELY not as easy as it looks. I think for most part people have issues because they can”t SEE what looks good before they snap the picture and for some, they just don”t know what to look for. For … read more