2 Time World Champion, "Gennie" is a coming 2 year old Black and White Filly. She is the only Tobiano sired by the Great "Pusher's Next Generation." She has a stunning confirmation and a long neck with a good hooked ear. She has been shown all year in the Yearling Classes and is so far undefeated! She is also a World Champion in the NSSHA in the Yearling Fillies/Geldings class and the SSHBEA Yearling Fillies. She parks out on command, and is one of the best moving colts known to history. With her stride and front end movement she can easily make our next Lite or Heavy Shod World Champion. Don't miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity to own such a state of the art filly! Walking herself into the next generation of Spotted Colts.
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Tibbs Highway Horse Farm -
Here at Tibbs Highway Horse Farm, we sell only broke, gentle, quality horses that are family-friendly. With over 30 years of experience in the horse industry, we are highly known for honesty and satisfaction. We raise many of our own horses here at our farm.
Tibbs Highway Horse Farm offers an exchange policy to all of our customers. If you take our horse home, and he/she does not suite you - Bring them back and we will trade you a horse of equal value. We thrive on having happy, repeat customers who come back and buy again. We want everyone to be safe and happy with their purchases.
All of our horses are put through different tests before being offered for sale. All of our horses are ridden 3-5 times weekly. They are ridden down the road, past traffic, with dogs, cats, and other farm animals, over bridges, through water, up and down hills, and on long trail rides. Every horse is ridden alone and in groups. They are stalled in 10 x 10 box stalls and are on a daily feeding program twice a day. We turn our horses out in paddocks a few times a week where they can run and play. We offer salt blocks in each of our paddocks and fresh water at all times.
Here at Tibbs Highway Horse Farm, we offer only the best buying experience that can be offered in the Horse World today!