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The Vow Is Lit - Adopted


You may remember Light The Vow - well this is his full younger brother The Vow Is Lit. He is just 4 years old and only had 6 starts. He retired with no injuries and he has no vices. He is already over 16hh and although of slight build, he will continue to grow, develop mass and fill out. Super sweet, he is a homebred and is good to handle in all respects. Would make a nice sportshorse project. This was his first ride since retiring and he was uncomplicated and very willing - picked up both leads with no issues and stood patiently with loose reins.

He was a smaller foal when born and has struggled to gain the weight and mass of his siblings although none of them were particularly bulky. This is a super cute horse with chrome, size, movement and disposition to go on and do well in any pursuit however if you are someone that does not believe in feeding grain, want to scrimp on hay or alfalfa or have dry lot turnout, this is not the horse for you. He does not require any specific specialist diet but he requires sufficient amounts of high quality feed and forage along with good grazing pasture.

Adoption Fee $500



Aussie Ahvee - Adopted

This is a super cute 4 year old filly. She is clearly butt high and still growing and has had just 2 starts. She retires totally clean with no injuries - she had wind surgery which was successful but developed an inflammation of the cartilage afterwards. By the time she was healed up, she was at the end of her 3 year old year and so the decision was made to retire her. Sh is very cute, should make 16.1 at least and has no vices. This was her first ride back and she did very well, uncomplicated, willing and with consistent work, she should be on your radar as a sportshorse prospect. She is good to handle in all respects.

Adoption Fee $500


Shout Out - Adopted


Shout Out is an 11 year gelding that rides both English and Western and is by Indian Charlie. He was $175,000 as a yearling and ran until 2016 - he had 52 starts and then went on to spend the last 2 years as a pony horse. As he's aged, the decision was made to retire him. He is actually a really nice mover, has a lot of extensive and is happy to just canter around - picks up leads both ways very easily. He was always ridden with a tie down when he ponied hence the hollow back and head reach but he soon settles, ignored ice coming off the roof and this was his first time in an indoor. He has no vices and is great to handle in all respects.

Adoption Fee Waived