I took this video after working with April...some horses won't let you catch them right after working with them, but she always comes up to see you when you go out to the field. KC is the buckskin tovero, and Etta is the golden palomino mare. Etta is also a half-sister to April.
This is Peso, our ABCR smooth-coated curly mare who is up for sale. She is easy to catch, and leads very nicely. As you can see she picks up all 4 feet just fine, and has a quiet, laid back temperment. She's likely in foal for 2014 to CMC Indigo's Lil Zip, a bay/white tobiano curly stallion. You can see more pictures of Peso in her photo album, as well as her 2013 filly April. If you want quality curly foals with some really nice bloodlines, this is the mare for you!
This is a short video of April leading for the 2nd time. She's doing very well, and is a very fast learner. April is perfect for someone who wants a Morgan mind-set, with a curly coat. April does go back to Justin Morgan, AMH #1, so she is the best of both worlds (Morgan and curly). She is full ABCR and can also be registered with ICHO and PHBA. This is an awesome filly that would do equally well in a family with kids, and could win ribbons on the weekends at the show.
This is just a quick clip of the boys & their dams heading back to the barn...it was too buggy out for them! Flash is the buckskin, and Kinzy is the bay. Both are ABCR eligible & will have papers/DNA test results when they go. *The buyer can choose the registered names of the colts.*
I have several short clips of Zip meeting Peso and Midnite for the first time. He's a gentleman, and doesn't run them around like some stallions will do. He's more inclined to approach and retreat, until they accept him.
After trying to introduce himself to Peso and Midnite, Zip goes and rolls in the mud to *camoflauge* himself...when he tries to talk to the ladies again it *almost* works, but then Midnite realizes it's still him she chases him off.