*Under construction* My first love and greatest passion! After owning and raising gaited ad non-gaited horses most of my life we found our perfect family horse in the Missouri Foxtrotter pony. Measuring in at around 14 hands they are calm, brave, strong, and smooth gaited. Additionally unlike some smaller gaited breeds they tolerate the hot and humid southern climate well. We started with our palomino mare Dolly and have since added chestnut mare Scarlett, chestnut filly Spice, and palomino colt (and future stud) Victory to our little herd. We also have a Shetland pony for our smallest riders. We enjoy raising foals and occasionally do have a foal/horse available to the right home. Horses make an incredible activity for the whole family! We mainly trailride and camp with horses, but occasionally delve into jumping, cattle roping/herding/endurance, and similar activities. Available horses can be seen here
Holbrook's Dolly Madison
Dolly is the one that made us fall in love with Foxtrotters. The perfect size at 14 hands she will interact and bond like I had never known a horse to do. She loves to play, is so smart, and to top it off she is so agile and athletic. She can carry little me, or a much larger load with ease. She has amazing stamina and can go all day. And of course has an amazing foxtrot.
Red Rock's Scarlett O' Hara
Scarlett is our second foxtrotter. A solid dependable girl at 14.3 hands I can rely on her to pack visitors, hubby and give them a smooth fun ride. She has a nice foxtrot and an amazing rocking chair canter.
Hollywood's Kajun Spice
I fell in love with Spice when I first saw her baby photos. Born in Louisiana she handled the trip here amazingly well. Expected to mature around 14 hands she has a lovely natural gait. We look forward to many years with her in the future.
Sunrise Golden Victory
Our future stud boy he has an incredibly brave, easygoing, friendly personality. Nothing fazes him and he loves to play and explore. Almost like a big puppy, not a horse as a baby he liked to sleep in laps. He travelled here all the way from Missouri to live with us. Updated pics soon. Expected to mature around 14 hands he has a lovely natural gait.