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2017 Morgan Mare
Snap Chat is a 4 year old registered Morgan mare standing at 15 hands. Snap Chat is by UC Doc Sanchez out of SMP Main Topic (Mainframe x Crescent Command by Tedwin Topic). Her sire, UC Doc Sanchez, won the 2011 Connecticut Summer Classic Pleasure Junior Horse Class and has won multiple Classic Pleasure Driving Classes and has recently started training to reenter the show ring. This mare is a willing, trainable young horse that would make a great show prospect. Also, her fabulous bloodlines and classic uphill conformation would make her a wonderful addition to any Morgan breeding program. Snap Chat ties well for grooming, for the vet, and farrier. Although she was lightly started under saddle in the spring, more recently, her training has focused on long lining, ground work, and being introduced to driving. (Posted 12/1/21)
2019 Morgan Mare
April surprised everyone when she arrived with no warning April 1st of 2019, earning her name UC April’s Fool. April is a 14.1 registered Morgan by UC Doc Sanchez out of UC Serenity. UC Doc Sanchez won the 2011 Connecticut Summer Classic Pleasure Junior Horse Class and has won multiple Classic Pleasure Driving Classes. He has recently restarted his show career as an Amateur Pleasure Riding Horse. Her dam’s sire, UC Ringmaster, won World English Pleasure Championships at the annual World Champion Morgan Horse Show in 1991 and 1993. April stands well when tied, for grooming, for the farrier and has been introduced to spray bottles, clippers, and trailering. She has been in work including; groundwork, lunging, long lining, and ground driving. April is intelligent, trainable, and prepared to be taken any direction. (Posted 11/12/21)
This 2020 yearling stud colt is out of Angelina M (Roy M x Odizeena by Jonker) by Jaleet. Academic Probation, “Lenny”, is a registered American Dutch Harness Horse who we anticipate to mature at around 16hh. His sire, Jaleet, was named champion KWPN stallion in 2017 and has sired ADHHA North American champion and reserve champion foals. Jaleet also sired the top DHH foal in 2019. Lenny has beautiful classic, high action movement in all three gaits and has the potential to be started in both driving and dressage work. His grandsire Atleet excelled in harness work and sired many mares who went on to compete in high level dressage. These bloodlines offer Lenny the potential to excel in either arena. Lenny has incredible suspension, the classic Dutch Harness Horse look and responsiveness. With well-established ground manners, Lenny stands well when tied, for grooming, for the farrier and has been introduced to spray bottles, clippers, and trailering. His training, so far, has consisted of mainly in-hand work while also being introduced to the fundamentals of lunging. This colt’s champion bloodlines and spectacular movement will not only make him a fantastic dressage prospect, but he also has the potential to mature into wonderful stallion. (Posted 03/31/2021)
Aly’s Golden Rule - Aly is a 16.1 hand unraced 12-year-old chestnut thoroughbred mare. Since coming to our program as a two-year-old, she has been used in our riding and breeding program. She is approved for breeding with the American Warmblood Registry, Jockey Club, and AQHA. Prior to spending the past few years as a broodmare, she was WTC, jumping, and used in IHSA shows. Since coming back into work, she is now WTC and with more fitness could absolutely return to jumping. She could also continue a career as a broodmare, as she has had 3 lovely colts. She would be best suited for a quiet but experienced handler and a soft intermediate to advanced rider. Aly loves to have a job and does best in a consistent program. (Posted 06/02/2021)
Mia Mia is a 19-year-old thoroughbred cross mare standing 14.2 hands. Mia has spent the last 10 years playing polo and loving it! However, it is time for her to retire. She would be the perfect companion horse or walk only riding pony. Mia is great for the vet and farrier, clips, loads, and is wonderful to work around on the ground. She gets along well with other horses in turnout. (Posted 06/02/2021)
Retirement Fee: $250