We have dropped the price from $3,500 to only $2,250. This is due to us needing room and hay prices have increased dramatically. A good home is a must!!! I want my filly, my baby, my doll, to have someone who would take her places. I will also consider a long term lease for very little, or free.
She's been through it all. She has more training hours than 4 year old broke horses. I've done everything with her, trailer from Wisconsin to California, dogs, other horses, pigs, sheep, cattle, water, hills, jumps, tarps, bags, saddle, bridle, bit, farrier, she can do anything. She's very trusting, very loving, and very smart. She's out of my TB stallion who is 17.3.hh and a 42yr old all white Arabian mare who was 16.3hh. Her mother was not taken care of by the owner, I took her and brought her back to health, since the vet said she couldn't be bred, she stayed with the geldings and stallion out back. 11 months later, a cute little filly was born, 4 months later, the vet said the mare wouldn't last through the night, she didn't. So this filly has been my baby. She's going to be an amazing horse, she'll be able to do anything and everything you ever want. Stands, ties, clips, bathes, loads, longes on line or in round pen. Good strong hooves, very healthy, has all her shots and coggins. One more thing, I've taken this filly on parades, and county fairs. She's done exceptional, a little bug-eyed but never flinch or jump or spook. My little sister runs under this filly, and you can lay down under her and she'll never move or get scared. She's purely amazing.
She's gotten to be pretty cowy. She likes watching and chasing cows, she tries to chase them!
She rides Western, but can easily be trained in English. She's currently about 15.1hh.
The low price does NOT reflect her quality, just the down horse market.
Company / Facility:
Jk Farming -
We are a small family farm not out to make millions, but rather to be a sustainable keystone in our community. We started in Wisconsin with our cattle and horses and pigs. We have moved to Northern California where do most of our business now. We run about 60 head of beef cattle (registered and commercial) herefords and Texas Longhorns, along with several ranch horses, including paints, quarter horses, appaloosas, POAs, and a thoroughbred stallion. We still have pigs, although our numbers are considerably down from the 300+ pigs to our mere three adults.
Again, we are happy to do business with new clients and friends... All of our proceeds go to helping our community (and some back to us to feed and pay for the animals we love).
Please contact us for more information.