UConn Horses for sale

The Department of Animal Science is making a change.  Due to the vast potential of the Internet and its ability to reach so many potential buyers, we will transition to selling UConn horses online versus an on site auction.  With the ability to market our horses to a larger audience beyond New England along with the endless resources to assist with online sales, we know we can do a better job of matching up our horses with an appropriate new owner/rider.

For more information, please contact John Bennett at 860-486-2034 or email Kimberly.Syme@UConn.edu.

*Horses can be viewed by appointment Monday-Friday during normal business hours.*

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King's Point

King’s Point is a 17.3 hh bay 16 year old Oldenburg gelding. King has been a favorite amongst the dressage riders at UConn, showing them the ropes of first and second level movements. King has three beautiful, big gaits and is very responsive to his rider’s aids. He is currently being used in the lower level and advanced level dressage lessons and is used in UConn’s intercollegiate shows for both the dressage team and equitation team. (Posted 03/28/2017)

See his video here.

Priced at $9,500


UC Liberty

UC Liberty is a 15.2 hh chestnut 7 year old registered Morgan gelding. UC Liberty is by UC Domination and out of UC Tee Rose. Liberty is one of the most versatile horses here at UConn. He is trained for driving, hunt seat, Western, and enjoys trail rides. Liberty has been used in IHSA shows for both the equestrian team and western team. Liberty would be best suited for an intermediate to advanced rider. (Posted 03/28/2017)

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Priced at $6,500


UC Treasure

UC Treasure is a 14.2 hh flashy bay 4 year old registered Morgan mare. UC Treasure is by UC Doc Sanchez and out of Ram Colaire Legacy. Treasure has been through our training program and has been started under saddle. Treasure has three lovely gaits and its currently being ridden English but would make a great riding horse for any discipline. Finish her your way! (Posted 04/19/2017)

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Priced at $3,500


UC Chili Pepper

UC Chili Pepper is 14.2 hh a 4 year old chestnut registered Morgan mare. UC Chili Pepper is by UC Doc Sanchez and out of One Hot Tamale. Chili has a nice uphill build with eye catching movement and comfortable gaits. Chili is trained to drive and has been ridden English for the past 6 months by a UConn student. She would be best suited for an advanced rider as she is still learning. Great prospect for the saddleseat division. Her flaxen mane and tail make her a very flashy horse! (Posted 03/28/2017)

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Priced at $3,500


UC Perfect Stride - SOLD!

"Strider" is a thirteen year-old, 15.1 hand registered chestnut Morgan gelding. Strider is the ultimate beginner/novice horse and has been a favorite in our program for several years. He is capable of taking a rider from learning to trot, all the way to 2ft courses with ease. He is a favorite draw in both English and Western intercollegiate shows. He also has had extensive driving training, but has not been driven for several years so he would need a refresher course.  In addition to this, he is a member of the UConn Morgan Drill Team and is great on trail rides.  Strider is also very comfortable with a good attitude and is very dependable. Strider would be the perfect addition to any program.  He has also had extensive driving training but has not been driven for several years so he would need a refresher course.

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Priced at $8,500


Last updated: 04/24/2017 2:49:00

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