Desert Valentine is and 8-year-old, 16.2h Mare. Val is a very quiet mount. She turns out great with other mares and gets along with every human she meets. Val stands to be groomed on cross ties or in her stall. Val would enjoy a quiet next career, even though she is capable of more, she just enjoys a relaxing ride with her person.
Mama's Funky Baby
Mama's Funky Baby is a 3-year-old, 15.2h Filly. Baby does not have a ride on her with FLTAP just yet. She turns out well with a more dominant mare. Baby is sound with clean legs and ready for her next career. She would excel in polo or western games, as she is a spunky little filly.
Cowboy Chrome is a chestnut gelding with 3 white socks (1 front , 2 hind). He is 5-years-old and 16h. Powerful walk and smooth trot. Cowboy is new to the program, and had his 1st ride today (5/29/19) so we are still just figuring him out. Do you like to see bloodlines? Check out his bloodlines here.
Three No Trump
Three No Trump is a 5-year-old 16.1h Gelding. (He has 1 front white sock.) He is new to the Program, but we can already tell you that he has great ground manners, and is very respectful on the lunge line.We’ll update when he has been ridden. Check out his bloodlines here.
Mission Trip is a 5-year-old gelding, standing 16.3 h. This big hunk is new to our program. He is an "in your pocket" type of horse, with a relaxed and friendly demeanor. Mission is a great representative of this versatile breed. Mission has an old race injury will be best suited for flat work for his new career. Check out his bloodlines here! Wow!!
Copywriter is a 9-year-old bay gelding, 16.1h. Maybe you can write a new story with this handsome boy.
Glare Ice is a 6 year old mare. She is new to the program, but she has settled in quickly. Ice loves people—she is a friendly girl, easy to handle on the ground, with no vices, and sound, clean legs.
Reflect and Glow
Reflect and Glow, 4 year old Mare. Turns out well with others. She can be a bit nervous while working in hand and would be best suited with an experienced OTTB handler. She shows floaty, dressage-like movements while playing in the pasture.
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