This filly is super sweet and laid back. Very easy to work with. Clips, bathes, ties, loads, stands for the farrier all without a fuss. These photos were taken on August 31, 2008, she had not been worked, fed heavy or fed supplements, this is her naturally on a quality 14% pellet
These photos were taken on June 7, 2009, she had not been worked, fed heavy or fed supplements, this is still her naturally on a quality 14% pellet
Just look at his pedigree...
It is hard to find a good top and bottom side.
Double bred Zippo Pine Bar and The Invester
Video taken with less than 45 days training click here to go to YouTube
Photo taken January 2010
Video taken September 16, 2011 after about 20 days under saddle - Long video but you can see his calm disposition - Stands 15hh
Has been started under saddle. Spent 30 days with Stan Patton in June/July 2011 then we turned him back out. He currently stands 14.3hh+ and is growing. He went back to Stan Patton's in
January, 2012 to continue his training, video below is after about 45 days riding.
Big, sweet colt that is very easy to get along with. I have been using him to wean the 2010 foals because he has such a nice disposition.
He is ready to start being saddled.
Video taken October 30, 2011
Was with trainer for about 60 days. Doing very nicely - Great Youth or Amateur prospect - Super quiet and willing
Video taken August 8, 2010
Photo taken May 30, 2010
She has been turned out since April of 2010. In each of the following photos and videos all I have done is brought her in from pasture, brushed her and taken the pics and videos. She does not get worked on a regular basis. She is fed every day and kept on a regular worming and farrier routine. I have ridden her a half dozen times or so this fall and she has done just fine.
I work a full time day job and don't have an indoor pen so I am limited by time & weather.
Photos taken October 15, 2010
Video taken October 23, 2010.
Just brought her in from the pasture, brushed her off and started videoing her. She is fairly lazy as you can see when she lopes. But better to have them a bit on the lazy side than have to try to slow them down.
This filly is extremely sweet and easy to get along with. I had planned on showing her myself but things have happened that aren't going to allow that now so she needs to go to a good show home where someone will appreciate her potential.
Please ask any questions you have at all.
How Quiet is he? Video taken June 2010
2010 Show Update on Old Golds Dollie Dee!!!
She was completely off the show circuit for 2 1/2 years having two foals. She wasn't exercised or ridden, just a broodmare. We pulled her 2010 foal off of her on 6/18 and took her back to her trainer Stan Patton, he only had 5 weeks to get her ready. Then on 7/26 we went to the ABRA World Championship Show in Tulsa, OK where she earned the Reserve World Champion title in Senior Western Pleasure and was Circuit Champion in both Senior and Amateur WP. One week later she earned the World Champion title in Senior Western Pleasure at the IBHA World Championship Show in Memphis, TN and was Circuit Champion there also. How many horses do you know that have done that after having that much time completely off? I'm not aware of any.
This colt was only worked once a week because of my work hours and the fact that we do not have an indoor pen. Imagine what he would be like on a consistent program.
Has always been fed Strategy twice daily and on a regular worming and farrier schedule.