Horses for Lease
Buddy is the most fun, safe jumper! He is best suited as a first jumper for someone looking to do up to 1.10m and dabble in the equitation ring. Buddy is brave, uncomplicated and has a sense of humor about rider mistakes. On the ground he is a cuddle bug and a perfect gentleman about bathing, clipping, grooming and all of the other things that are required of a show horse. Preference given to an “in-house” lease as he is much loved and we would like him to stay close by.
Chekandino is a super star in all three rings but is hard to beat in the Hunters. If your looking for a winning partner for 2’ through 3’, this is your guy. Chek has loads of show mileage all over the east coast and will step into any show ring and happily do his job. He has a huge step, comfortable jump and auto lead change. Don’t miss this opportunity to make a winning partnership!
Linda Stensvang "Heidi"
Heidi is a school master available for an on-farm half lease. Heidi is best suited for a student looking to perfect their dressage skills and learn how to jump. Heidi is well-schooled and extremely fun to ride making her a favorite among all of our students.
Charlie is a green-broke gelding standing 15 hands high and born in 2016. Charlie walks, trots and canters quietly in the ring and has just started his jumping career. With a sweet personality and quiet demeanor Charlie will mature into the ultimate kid or amateur's horse. Charlie is brave and quiet in new surroundings and a good boy for bathing, grooming, trimming,etc.
Nobility’s Wyn “Jameson”
Jameson is lovely, 8-year-old pony standing just under 14.2. He has a very kind and friendly nature that makes him suitable for a child or small adult but is fancy enough to a competitive pony hunter. He is safe, quiet and brave to the jumps. He has had experience at a summer camp and was a favorite among the children and instructors alike. Since arriving to our program this fall, Jameson has been ridden inside and outside, hacked out on trails, gone to a schooling show, and hunted at the All New England Hunt. He clips, bathes, loads, stands for the farrier and is safe for a beginner to handle. Currently Jameson is schooling courses at 2’6” and is learning his lead changes. His athleticism, length of stride, scope and balance leave no doubt in my mind that he has the potential to move into the regular large division with time and experience.