4/8/2011 Cheyenne was sold today. Congratulations Tim & Kim! We know you will love her!
3/17/2011 Sale or Free Lease
We have also decided we would do a "Free Lease" on Cheyenne. This would mean you would need to care for her, and could use her just as if she were your own horse.
Can send more Pictures.
Note to Jessica H. I emailed you about Cheyenne...just in case! Had a problem with my email, but I think it went through.
Cheyenne is almost 5 yrs old, she is about 15 hh. She is very beautiful and flashy! We do not know who her sire is, but think she may possibly be part Arabian...we say that because she is kind of high energy in the pasture at times and holds her head high while prancing round...however, we just don't know.
She's UTD on shots and Coggins. She stands good for the farrier for trimming (we keep our horses barefoot) and does good with a bath.
We've had Cheyenne since she was only 4 months old and she has had a lot of love since then. She has been worked with by friends and we have sent her for some training and she has done very well. She has been ridden a little by friends on the trails around our property. Everyone tells us she is very sweet, willing and trusting. She is also very curious and loves people. She likes to be in the middle of the action!
I had a very bad horse accident when we first got Cheyenne (Of course not on Cheyenne). We have kept Cheyenne all this time because she was just a baby. We had decided to sell her and we even thought we had her sold through this ad in August of 2010 but the sale fell through.
She is a very sweet horse, and she has a great disposition...We thought about keeping her when she didn't sell because we do love her a lot but due to the fear I still have I just don't think she is the horse for me. I think she is just a little too young and lively for me. (I need a dead head calm horse if I'm going to ride).
So...we have now decided it is time for us to let her go but maybe on lease....She needs to go to someone that will use her better than we can. We just don't have the means to make a great riding horse out of her as we have no one to ride her! We know she will be an awesome riding partner for someone.
We are not horse traders. This has been a hard decision to make. We would love to be able to keep in contact with her new owners and see what she becomes. We would love to see someone using her. We think it would be better for her and she would like that too.
We can sell her outright or we would also allow Cheyenne to be "Free Leased" This could be a long term lease if you wanted.
You can see Cheyenne on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/user/RustyRider1961. There are several older videos of her there and now a few new ones I took at the trainer's with the trainer, his wife, my husband...and believe it or not, even me riding her. Tho I wasn't very good, she was a good girl for me. Watch YouTube video
You will need to ship her
Company / Facility:
Carousel Stables -
Small, family owned farm, possible horse boarding. Pasture board with run in sheds. We do have a couple of stalls, a large run in shed for horses to come and go as they please...and now a round pen for training/riding.
UPDATE: We are not boarding any more horses at this time....until further notice.
We are not a typical rescue facility, however we have rescued a couple of horses and brought them back to health.