This is Cocoa, one of the prettiest horses I have ever had the privilige to own.She is a big halter mare that is gorgous!
About 1 Year ago, our stallion ran Cocoa threw a high tension fence, and her back leg got caught. Our vet says Cocoa can still be used as a broodmare, but because of this tramatic experience, I no longer want to bred Cocoa to my stallion. We are also in the process of downsizing our breeding operation because I am expecting our second child in March. Cocoa is not suitable for riding because of this past injury. Cocoa is such a sweet girl that I want a better home for her than what I can give. We specialize in raising paint foals and since I don't want to bred her to my stallion, I feel that she does not get the attention and love that she deserves because we are busy with the other horses and all of the foals. Before Cocoa was injured, I had raised two paint foals out of her. She puts a great temperment into her foals and they have good size and beautiful color. She is a very nice mare that has a few points in halter. She is very easy to handle, not a mean bone in her body. She will do anything you ask. She would make a great companion horse or pet to someome that just wants a horse as a friend - she also looks great in the field!
If you can give Cocoa a loving home, please contact me!
Company / Facility:
Meadow Brook Farms -
We specialize in registered paints and quarter horses. All of our horses are farm raised. We have worked for many years to obtain the best stallions and mares with the best bloodlines, conformation, and dispositions.