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Horses for Sale/Lease

Horses located in Hillsboro at Santa Cruz Equestrian Center that are trained or in the process of training by Dashinmoments.

1 horse/s are currently up for sale

No horses are available for lease at this time.  

✦FOR SALE✦

Price: 7500

10-year old (2014) paint mare (tri color)

✦Located Hillsboro, Oregon

 

Rainy is an energetic forward lady with a lot of stamina. She prefers a confident soft handed rider. She needs someone who is willing to put in the time to build a relationship with her as she will give her all. She is very pleasant to train and hang out with, she has very nice groundwork skills, and does most things at liberty. I have enjoyed bringing this horse back into riding. I was told she was too much and too fast for a past owner. Her previous owner unfortunately did not have the time and she was not ridden for 2 years. Rainy has done extremely well on trails even in hackamore and jumped back into riding despite the gap. Gets along with every horse I have had her with. She is ok around livestock. Will pony other horses. Trailers well. Not spooky, not much bothers her. If it does she will settle and won't care after a few repetitions. Currently just on orchard grass, no supplements.


Stands for the farrier, can be kept barefoot, she has good feet! Teeth done Oct 26 2023.  Price is negotiable. 600 a month for lease onsite only if good match.

 
✦SOLD✦
$12,000
2021 15.3hh Gypsy Vanner Thoroughbred cross gelding, pinto color 
✦Located: Hillsboro, Oregon

Thunder is an intelligent level headed and willing partner.  This curious and gentle giant is young and still in training and will continue to be until the right person comes along. He is easygoing and accepts things easily. Very pleasant to work with in new and unfamiliar situations as he does get nervous like any other horse but he is reasonable about it and will continue to look to his handler/rider for guidance. He has been lightly started/introduced to riding and has taken it in great stride. I ride him in a halter or snaffle bit. Stands for the farrier. New to the trailer but he loads and unloads very well. Had his first trail ride recently and he did amazingly, he did great with bikes, people, and other horses. 

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