REGISTERED MISSOURI FOX TROTTERS FOR SALE

 

 

 

Black Powder:

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 7 year old 14.3h Gray gelding. Powder is a horse that everybody would love. He has been ridden many  miles on trail, both in large groups and by himself, and a lot of it has been in the Mark Twain National Forest.He is also traffic safe. He will take any position in the group, from front to rear and is a blast to ride. His gaits are as smooth as they come and his canter is a rocking chair ride . If you like the canter, you will be in awe with this guy. His neck rein, back and stop, as well as his stand to mount, is superb as is every thing else about him.When I mentioned in the video that he has worked cows, I meant to add that a lot of that work was moving baby calves, so he is very cowey, (I know, no such word). He has also been exposed to Goats and sheep.He is not at all spooky. I rate him for just about anyone from an advanced novice to the most experienced rider.


 

Sweet Lily:

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 Coming 4 year old 13.2h Dark Gray mare. Lilly's name says it all. She is as sweet as any horse you will ever own. She was bottle fed so she thinks she is part of the family. She is "set in her gait", has been professionally trained for the trail and is a top notch trail horse for anyone. She just spent 7days over at the "Eminence" trail ride and rode out with several groups that rode as much as 20 miles each day. Eminence is an annual trail ride with as many as 6000 horses being ridden for the entire week. She crossed rivers, (on occasion had to actually swim), rode thru down timber, lots of steep rocky inclines and any thing else you find on 200 miles of wooded trails. She neck reins, backs, loads, clips, stands perfect to mount and is the type of horse that anyone would love to own. At 13.2h, she is a little gal and would be perfect for anyone looking for a small horse, either a smaller adult or a child. The lady ridding her is 5'2" so you can see how she looks on her. Some of the videos and stills were taken on the Eminence ride and the others were taken here at the ranch. If a smaller horse, with an extremely smooth ride (see video) and a perfect disposition with no issues is what you are looking for, this is your girl. I rate her a 1 in disposition, with 1 being the best on a scale of 1 to 10.


 

Boogie's Sensation:

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12 year old 14.3h Chestnut Gelding. Boogie is a top trail horse and suitable for anyone looking for as much safety as possible along with the best in ride. He is extremely smooth, very down to business, no issues or bad habits and will put a smile on your face from the moment you ask him to move out. He can be as laid back as you wish or has great willingness, all you have to do is tell him what you want. I rate him a 1 or 2(with 1 being the best) in disposition and suitable for a novice or the most experienced rider. He isn't at all spooky, is traffic safe as well as having been ridden around dogs,4 wheeler, and all the other things you would encounter on trail in the national forest. He crosses water, down timber, and anything else you put in front of him. He has had tons of trail experience , both in the national forest and here at the ranch. He stands good to mount, neck reins, backs, clips, etc. He is also very personable and loving. If you are looking for a Fox Trotter that will fill your every desire, Boogie is that kind of horse.


 

Colonel:

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3 year old 15h Sorrel Gelding. He is a real pleasure to ride. Has been professional trained for the trail and can handle most any situation. He has no issues, is wonderfully gaited, very smooth and has really good willingness. He crosses water, wooden bridges, traffic safe and has had a lot of trail experience, both in the National Forest and down highways and gravel roads. He neck reins, backs, loads, clips and loves baths. He also stands for us old folks to get one. He is down to business and loves to hit the trail. He is a horse that anyone from a novice up, can ride. He is very friendly and people loving and will be a wonderful horse for anyone looking for a horse to keep for the rest on it's life. He has no issues or bad habits


 

Tombstone:

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11 year old 15h to 15.1h Dark Red Sorrel Gelding. One look will tell you just how good, as well as classy he is. I rate him in the top 2% of the Fox Trotting breed. He has been ridden by an 80 year old guy and any kid that can ride can also enjoy him. I rate him as an age 8 to 80 horse. He has been professionally trained and has been ridden hundreds of miles on trail in the hills of the Ozarks. He crosses water, down timber, wooden bridges, and anything else you put him in front of. He is traffic safe, dogs, 4 wheelers, etc. and is not spooky.  His neck reining and handling is the very best . He has no bad habits or faults and is perfect to clip, bathe, stands great to mount and will only move out when you ask him.  He is not the least bit "chargey" but will move out very willingly when asked. He has great speed and can really cover the ground, but will also poke along with the non gaited horses. He is as good as it gets and is my most expensive horse, needless to say.


 

Black Pearl:

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 4 year old 15h Black Mare. Pearl is the "Jewel" that her name implies. She is the horse people describe when listing what they want in a horse. She is the calm, reliable, go any where, do any thing you ask of her, without giving you any issues. She is very people loving and will come to you in the pasture (without grain). She has had may miles of trail time in the National Forest's of Missouri and Illinois  as well as here on the ranch. She would be perfect for anyone looking for safety first, then a great ride, with out issues. She does all the things you would expect a top level horse to do...cross water, traffic safe, ok around dogs, 4-wheeler, clips, baths, loads, stands perfect to mount for us old folks and very easy to catch. Anyone of any age will love her.


 

Complicated Style:

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Coming 4 year old 14.3h Gray Mare. Has been professionally trained  in both gait and trail and is ready to go. She is very people loving and easy to catch in the pasture. Can really move with a lot of speed is you ask her, but will also poke along with a group if you prefer. She has had many rides in the woods as well as worked cattle on the ranch. Stands well to mount, good neck rein and backs a little. "Set in her gait' and very "push button" for anyone, even those who are not familiar with a gaited horse.  Good for an experienced novice and up. Lots of style and class and as smooth as glass.


 

American Honey:

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4 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.


Sunrise's Golden Royal:

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10 year 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. 


 



 

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