Equestrian Team Horses
call him “Fabio.” Chance is a 2005 AQHA Gelding. He
has his AQHA ROM in reining and spent this year playing around
in the Western Dressage arena. Chance is Lynn’s personal
horse but she has fun throwing CU riders up on him for a “spin!”
Mea Tomme Too
a 2003 APHA/PHBA gelding, is my daughter's top 10 world champion
show horse. He is a finished all-around horse with multiple world,
state and honor roll awards. A perfect gentleman for anyone at
any level, he is a wonderful, patient teacher.
as we call her is our “homegrown” little darling,
an APHA 2007 mare. She is quiet, kind and easy. Our own team rider
Melanie Colletta has done a fabulous job working with her and
fitting her for the upcoming season as a team horse. She will
offer the rider a smooth ride, and will be a “confidence”
builder as she is well trained and tuned. A great horse to learn
Time For Grace
AQHA /PHBA 2006 mare, “Grace” was born, raised and
trained at Haystack Acres. She is a big gal, 16.3 hands. She is
kind, gentle and well trained. Grace likes to lope in place so
she is a good horse to learn Western Pleasure on.
know him as “Jackson.” He is new to our team this
year. Jackson is a big boy at 16.3 hands. He is very well trained,
flying lead changes, finished pleasure horse but won’t give
it to you for free. He is one of our team favorites. Finished
and polished, he is a perfect teacher for all levels.
is a 2008 APHA gelding who was born and raised at Haystack Acres.
He is very well trained and very athletic. This is his first year
as a team horse, and everyone will love him. His trot is very
smooth but he tends to be lazy so he will be a “leg strengthening”
Exquisite In Gold
is an AQHA/PHBA aged mare. She is our rock solid, anybody can
ride retired show mare. She has “been there, done that”
a lovely horse to ride.
is new to the team this year as well. He is an APHA 2007 gelding
by Indean Artifacts. Wonderfully bred, we intend to show jump
him. However, he is a bit immature and needs a year of going around
the pen, learning to relax. A perfect gentleman for the team,
he is a joy to ride and very personable to be around. He will
be great for all levels.
Bar Black Ice
is a 1998 APHA flashy paint gelding. He is very well trained and
very wise with lots of personality. He will show any mistake the
rider makes with their hands, seat or legs because he has so much
“feel". He is a great teacher, requiring his rider
to be soft and quiet. He is smooth and very enjoyable to ride,
one of the team “favorites".