Our broodmares were carefully selected from some of the best bloodlines, for their great disposition, beauty, and natural, smooth, four- beat gait. We are extremely careful in choosing the sires that they are bred to in order to produce offspring that are gentle, eager to please, beautiful, and well-gaited, with an excellent confirmation. Our colts are handled daily and imprinted at birth. These wonderful horses are level-headed and have sweet dispositions. They are suitable for trail riding and also make great show horses.
Our Broodmares:Classic’s Madison, Sambo’s Dixie Chick, VBF’s Change in My Pocket, Hatfield’s Spring
In case you aren’t familiar with Rocky Mountain Horses, or mountain horses in general, let me provide you with a little background information.
The basic characteristics of a Rocky Mountain Horse are a medium-sized horse of gentle temperament, with an easy, ambling, four -beat gait. This gait made it the horse of choice on farms and the rugged foothills of the Appalachians. It was a horse for all seasons. It was used to plow fields, work cattle, pull a buggy for transporting the family to church, or to town, and for being ridden bareback by children to the fishing hole.
The breed is best known for its gentleness. It is an easy keeper and a wonderful riding horse with a strong heart and good endurance.
Today The Rocky Mountain Horse is used as a pleasure horse for trail , competitive, or endurance riding. As a show horse, the breed is rapidly gaining popularity because of its beauty and unique way of moving in the show ring. They are sure-footed on rough ground, and because of their smooth gait are a great choice for anyone wanting a pleasure horse that is comfortable to ride and doesn’t tire easily. These wonderful horses make great family horses because they are so good-natured, easy to ride, and eager to please. “The over 50 crowd” is sure to love them because of their patience and smooth ride.
So, thank you for stopping by. If you see something you like, feel free to call and make an appointment to meet some of the nicest horses in Texas.