HSA Tasha -- 1993 bay purebred mare -- multi-Champion Class A halter
At age 18, Tasha still loves to "set up" for halter, and still "has what it takes" to win. She is also an excellent broodmare. She is NOT "broke to ride" but would be perfect for an amateur owner to show in halter or sport horse in-hand, or to be someone's first broodmare. She foals easily and produces excellent offspring. Her pedigree is a combination of Egyptian, Polish and Crabbet, and she has produced both black and chestnut foals, so her genetic color is Ee-Aa-gg ... meaning that she could produce just about any color offspring, depending on the sire. Tasha is offered only because I do not plan to breed any more horses. She is a jewel, and a sweet mare who is a joy to handle, just looking for the perfect "forever home." SOLD to Sheron Johnson & family, of Amarillo. Congratulations, and best wishes for many happy times and several beautiful foals. NEWS -- Tasha is now under saddle!
BA Cheyene -- 1997 bay purebred mare
Beautiful, elegant, well-trained pleasure / trail riding / show mare. Loves kids, beginner safe, eager to please. Lots of "go" with a good, safe "whoa." Hunter pleasure, Western or dressage. Loves to "show off" at halter; has been shown Class A "main ring" and sport horse; has completed an ACTHA ride. Cheyene is a Breeders Sweepstakes Original Entry; can win cash if shown. Spanish/ Polish / Crabbet pedigree with 3 crosses to *Bask, plus *Serafix & more. Has produced one handsome colt, in 2008; conceived easily, produced huge quantities of milk & was an excellent mother. For sale only because I am too heavy to look good on her & don't want to ask her to carry me all day. As she grows older, Cheyene will need a lighter rider, so I'd like her to find her "forever partner" now, while she is young & full of energy. This wonderful mare will capture your heart. SOLD to Emily Alford of Hallsville, Texas. Congratulations, Emily, on choosing this sweet & wonderful mare as your first horse. Best wishes for many happy years together! I miss her already, but so glad she has such a wonderful home!
This flashy copper chestnut filly has a "look at me" attitude and lots of fancy chrome ... flaxen mane & tail, blaze & 4 white socks. She will be noticed, wherever she goes. Correct & substantial, with straight legs & a big, powerful hip, Rosie has tons of potential for Western, including reining & other working Western events; also dressage, hunter pleasure, endurance ... you name it. This filly is a "tank," very solid, with lots of muscle. Rosie has tremendous charisma, and is a definite "alpha." She loves to be handled, petted, & groomed, & actually likes to have the insides of her ears rubbed. She will wear a hat, or any other "costume" & likes to play with tarps & other "scary objects." She is fearless, a true "war mare" at heart.
Rosie was my first foal by her black sire, out of a grey dam, and what a surprise when she arrived, "rose red" in color, on the day my Cherokee roses first bloomed. Her name means "beloved daughter of Hisan," and is also derived from "Amy," her mother's stable name, with the "double n" spelling that I gave to all of Amy's foals (in honor of Amy's registered name, Silver Satinn). Rosie has never before been offered for sale, and I would really prefer to keep her ... but she deserves much more time than I can give her, so is reluctantly listed for your consideration. When she starts her training under saddle, the price will go up! $3500 FIRM, before training ... scheduled to start training soon.