Colts For Sale
(2 years and younger)
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Hidden Ponds offers several guarantees on our foals. All of our foals will be used to wearing a halter and will be trained to lead, tie, and allow their feet to be handled. In addition, they will all be registered with GVHS, and we transfer the paperwork directly into the owner's name once the horse has been paid in full (or after gelding, for colts). We microchip all of our homebred foals and register their microchips in the national database. We color and genetic panel health test any potential breeding stock and results are always available to view. Finally, we guarantee our horses HEALTHY at weaning, meaning that we feel as breeders that it is our responsibility to make sure that we are delivering to you a healthy animal. Buyers are not required to pick up insurance on foals prior to weaning, as we do not feel that you should be financially responsible for an animal that cannot be in your care.
We do offer payments for up to a year on newborn foals and short term payments on older horses.
HP The Bartender
2019 Red/Chestnut Solid Gypsy Vanner colt
St Brendans Cream x Cabaret Rose
DNA: ee aa W20W20
Estimated Mature Height: 13.3-14 hands
$6000, gelding contract
This is the friendliest, most handsome colt! He is super easy to work with and very trainable. He loves people and other horses and just enjoys life. He is going to be an amazing performance prospect.
Tipsy is out of my primary show mare. This is and will be her only foal. His dam, Rosie, is a multiple class winner at breed shows and high point winner. She has done it all, riding and driving, competing in breed shows and field trials, sorting and penning, foxhunts and open shows.
His sire is none other than my western pleasure champion stallion, St Brendan's Cream.
This colt was bred to be a using horse, so we are selling him as a gelding (as a personal choice we simply don't offer colts as stallion prospects. Nothing to do with him; we just think geldings tend to find better homes and as someone who truly loves this horse, a good home is most important).