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Morgan Gelding For Sale

Monday, March 15th, 2010

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MDMS Lazy Cobras Brigade AKA “Jack”-DOB 06-07-07– Chestnut gelding with a blaze and two rear socks. This boy is soo cool and confident! Loves to be with people.. will stand for “pets” for hours. Super smart, eager to please… does whatever is asked of him willingly and fearlessly. Jack has been started under saddle by Laura Thornton of Thorton Performance Horses. He is doing an amazing job! This colt is a must have for anyone looking for a safe-sane horse.

Morgan Mare For Sale Liver Chestnut

Monday, March 15th, 2010

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Lighthouse Justyn Tyme “Abby” as she is known on the ranch. DOB 05-01-01–Deep liver chestnut mare…not a white hair in sight! 15.2hh. Another ranch favorite, “Abby” is frequently ridden by my boarders because of her experience and willingness. She is safe for confident beginners and up. She takes care of her beginners, but can “walk out” for her more experienced riders. Super smart, dose whatever is asked of her. In true Morgan style.”Abby” will go forever and not complain…she is truly the “little Morgan that could!”

For Sale Black Registered Morgan Mare

Saturday, March 13th, 2010

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MDMS Starquest Brigade “Dot-Dot” - DOB 08-12-05 - This mare is stunning! Pure black with one surprise “dot” under her forlock. She has the same exquisit chiseled face and doe eyes as her mother… Not to mention the mane and tain on this girl! They will take your breath away.  She was western pleasure as a 3 year old and won Grand Champion 14-17 in Western Pleasure and Grand Champion adult in Western Pleasure at the 2009 June Classic.  She is a perfect youth prospect… anyone can ride!  She is never high strung. “Dot” is also broke to drive and does an amazing job out on the trail…no kidding, this mare can do it all! Super smart, eager and willing. Must see to believe. Is this your next show horse??? Be ready to hop on and win!

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For questions or more information,
please call Sandy O’Brien at 909-795-6231