Our pasture is not doing well and we took up only 1/3 of the hay we need on our first cutting. My husband said half of my horses must go. I have two remaining horses - Stretch and Flash.
Stretch was named for his build and his smooth ride. He knows what to do with a rider on his back. Very gentle in nature. Stands easily for a ferrier - does not even need to be tied. Up to date on his coggins and worming.
Stretch will walk when asked, but he prefers to go. He likes to be in the lead, but will not force you or fight you to put him there. He is part Tennessee Walker and part Saddlebred so he is fast and has lots of go. If you are looking for a horse that will go for miles and is not a dead head, then Stretch is right for you.
Wonderful ground manners and temperament. Not concerned with dogs or heavy equipment or traffic out on the main road.
Stretch being shoed, which shows his wonderful ground manners and temperamentYoutube Video
Stretch on the blacktop road in front of our house, showing how he moves under saddle Stretch on the Concrete
May 25 - Here is a video of Stretch being rode over Interstate 75 and around a four wheeler. The video is choppy in spots, but it shows his lack of fear and willingness to do whatever his riders asks of him. Stretch and Flash - Interstate May 25, 2011.wmv
Will post any new videos and pictures of him on my homepage. https://sites.google.com/site/horses4riding
Call (606) 261-7669 or (606) 344-1843 - it is pumpkin planting time for me so leave a message if I don't answer and I will call you back as soon as I get the dirt off of me...
shipping or pick up - buyer's expense
Company / Facility:
J and J Farms -
Husband and wife run farm. We work and train our own horses and in the fall we have a pumpkin patch, where the kids ride, pet, and feed the horses.
Our belief is that every horse is not right for every rider and every rider is not right for every horse. We are careful about how are horses are handled.