Friday, May 20, 2011
Thursday, May 19, 2011
It eventually will be under Wells Equine Enterprises dot com. What you see now on the net is not correct - we must publish the complete document for it to view properly. It'll be up soon, Sophie and I promise.
We do have pics and videos of most we're posting available for email.
Kim and Sophia Wells
Wells Equine Enterprises
Saturday, March 26, 2011
Above is Cameo last fall - due in May
Nice petite Morgan Mare bred to FHANA Friesian stallion - She's never been broke but is easy to work around. Just a very quiet easy going mare. Has some scarring on left cannon and pastern - does not affect her movement at all. She is due around the third week of May. The Stallion 15.2 and simply beautiful.
Above is Linda.
2 nice petite Morgan Mares, one, Linda, being broke a one time however; she would need a refresher. She had not been ridden in years and her owner slapped a saddle on her and got on like it was nothing. Bother are easily handled. Cameo is bred to a FHANA Friesian and was confirmed in foal by the vet early on in pregnancy. She is due in May
Cameo in foal is $3500
Linda open is $2500 or make an offer.
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Updated 3/29: Patsy's mom just foaled a nice colt this week. More on him to come.
We have sold two siblings to this filly to well pleased clients. Patsy is out of a 17.1 Percheron and a 15.2 Fhana Stallion.
And she is a sweetie. Walks right up to you, (like most do) with her yearling crew in the pasture. Easy to handle. We ground trained both of her siblings and they were a dream to work with.
Patsy has a firm price that will only go up with age and training. We're offering her as a yearling, but wouldn't mind keeping her around.
I realize these photos don't present her well - they were taken after the 3 ft snow melt. We'll update them as their coats shed.
$3500 firm price no negotiation
Monday, March 21, 2011
Here is a nice 3 year old gelding, ready to be broke. Solid boned horse that would make a nice driving, dressage, or possibly could jump. His video doesn't do him justice on his movement. He covers a great deal of ground at the trot.
We'll try to get better video on him soon.
Contact Kim or Sophia
Friday, March 11, 2011
Nancy is above.
Prancey is above.
Introducing a quick look at Prancy and Nancy, two 14.2 all black and difficult to tell apart matched team prospect. They are two in May. Both have such fancy movement and as a team...well, they'd be pretty slick. The owner really doesn't want to sell but because of the volume of horses, he might let a quick sale go this spring. The are completely green now but they have a slot for training this summer - once there, the price will go up.
One can be registered Moreisian or both at Friesian Heritage Sport Horse.
These filly's are out of a FPS registered Friesian....Nancy is out of Dixie, a registered Morgan and and Dandy a registered Morgan stallion. Prancy is out of Diane (who is out of Dixie) and Dandy, the same stallion. Diane never got her papers...but we have a pedigree on her. This is why we can't tell them apart....one has a double swirl on her head, the other a single.
Those looking for the smaller driving team, with wonderful trots, here you go.
Take now 5000 for the pair (not negotiable) but come summer and training, the price will go up to $6,000.
Updated 4/8/11 We are currently in contract negotiations with this colt. Again, this mare's full sister had a stud colt last week. We'll be posting him soon.
Quick note: This mare's FULL sister just had a fine looking stud colt like above. What a wonderful team, stallion prospects, dressage (oh my goodness, the movement on the above colt amazes me)....these foals are offered at $4000 each....and again, we'll not be sorry if they stick around. We'll try to get picks on the other soon.
Here is a wonderful stud horse prospect or sport horse. This colt is barely two weeks old and has the agility of three year old. It was very difficult filming him on a 'blistering' 25 degree March day but you can see the indications of the class act suspended trot that he's already showing. Tiny (the dog) had to get involved too and give him his first exposure to canines.
He's solid black and should mature to 15.2. His mare is Moreisian out of Veulenbook from the Knight of Wild Rose Ranch and this fellow is out of an FPS registered Friesian out of Teade.
Come see this colts fantastic movement on a better day.
Registrable with Friesian Heritage Sport Horse.