REGISTERED MISSOURI FOX TROTTERS FOR SALE

 

 

 

 

 

Black Powder:

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Coming 7 year old,14.3h Gray Gelding. Super good in every way and one of the smoothest ride that I have ever ridden. Very athletic, very willing and very reliable. Powder is a joy to ride. Rock solid on the trail, not spooky or nervous as all. Very willing but also willing to lay back and just plain old "walk" with the other horses if you ask him. He has been on many trails in Missouri, Texas and Arkansas and had many many miles of trail time. Easy to catch and loves attention. Will tackle any terrain  including wooden bridges, down timber, streams, etc. He stand perfect to mount. I rate him for anyone from a novice to the most experienced rider. He has been ridden by a 79 year old. Anyone who is lucky enough to own him will love him.

 


 

Color Guard:

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8 year old 15.1h Honey Roan Gelding. Very pretty and very classy. Built like a quarter horse. Great ride and can really move out. Not at all chargey or up on the bit but loves to move out if you ask him. Will stay with other horses in any position on the trail. Stands to mount, neck reins, backs, etc. He is also very classy in his carriage and extremely pretty. If you are looking for a big horse that can carry you all day, this is the guy.


 

American Honey:

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3 year old 14.3h Gray Mare. Honey is a real delight to ride. She is as solid on the trail as any 10 year old. No spooks and no issues. She is all business on the trail and her ride is the very best. She was ridden on trail all last year and this year and has tons of trail experience, probably more than most horses twice her age. She didn't neck rein or back when I got her but that has been taken care of. She does all the things you would expect of a top trail horse, neck reins, backs, stands to mount, goes anywhere without any issues She has been ridden by a 78 year old guy and he would tell you that she is as safe as any good 10 year old.  She is pure pleasure to ride and to be around on the ground. She is very very sweet and loving  and will come to you in the pasture. I rate her as a horse anyone from 8 to 80 can ride. I also rate her up in the top 2% of the Fox Trotting Breed. They don't get any better.


 

Patriot's Rhythm and Jazz:

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9 yr old 15.3h Liver Chestnut Gelding. This guy won the World Championship in performance as a two year old,  and then went on to become a top trail horse. He can do it all and has the looks and class to go with it. He has had tons of trail experience and been exposed to most every thing that you will see in the National Forest. He neck reins, backs, clips, loads and carries himself in a very regal manner. He would also make a very classy parade horse. He crosses water, down timber, mud holes, steep descending and ascending grades, and no trail is too tough for him. He has been ridden by a 78 year old and by his owner, a 77 year old. He belongs to a good friend of mine that no longer has a place to keep him (explained in the video), so he is allowing me to sell him for him. If you like looks, style, size and top performance, take a look at this big guy. He is a direct son of Patriot.


 

Pretty Girl:

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3 year old 14.3h Gray Mare.. In this case, pretty is as pretty does, and this mare is drop dead gorgeous, and as well trained and well mannered as any 10 year old. I can't praise her enough. She never makes a mistake. From her extremely smooth ride to her down to business attitude, she is up there with the best. She neck reins, loads, clips, stands to mount, crosses streams and is not the least bit spooky.  She loves people and is willing to do any thing you ask of her.  As you can see in the pictures and the video, most anyone can ride her.  A 64 year old man broke her and trail rode her all last year and she has been ridden by an 11 year old and a 78 year old. If you can get in the saddle, you can ride her. She would be great for anyone from a novice to an experienced rider. How often do you find one like her. When she sheds off, she will be even more colorful.


 

Sunrise's Golden Royal:

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Coming 9 yr old 15.2h Dark Palomino Gelding. He is a tank, and is best described as put together like a stocky Quarter Horse. He is not only tall but also built to carry anyone of any size. He is very calm and lovable and rock solid on the trail. Not the least bit spooky and can deal with almost any situation. He is Mr. Cool. He neck reins, backs, loads, clips, etc. and is very calm about doing all of it. He is traffic safe and has dealt with 4 wheelers, dogs and every thing else you find on the highway and on the trail. He has had a ton of trail time in the woods as well as along the highway and gravel roads. If you like "big" horses, you will love this guy. I shot the video in order to e-mail it, and planed on waiting till he shed off to actually put a new one on my web site, but in the mean time, this is him in his winter coat. If I have him till he sheds off, I will shoot one of him showing just how beautiful he is in his new summer coat.


 

Tomboy:

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5 yr old,15h Palomino gelding. Professionally trained for the trail with traffic exposure, dogs, 4 wheelers,  and most of the critters in the national forest. He has had over 40 rides on trail in the National Forest. Very calm and solid on the trail and not at all spooky. Will ride up front or bring up the rear in a group of riders or will ride out alone. Has been ridden by an 8 year old as well as a 78 year old. He neck reins, backs, loads, clips and can handle just about anything you expose him to. Stands good to mount and will stand at a mounting block as well. Easy to catch in any size field, and gets along well with other horses.  Very smooth in his gaits and will also walk with the slowest of them if you ask him. No bad habits or faults.  On a scale of 1 to 10 with 1 being the very best, I rate him as a 2 in disposition. As you can tell, I think he is an excellent horse for anyone that wants a great ride but also has to have as much safety as possible.


 

 



 

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