Re: Arabian horses, anyone? Posted: Aug 13, 2010 at 1:25 AM
though I don't own any arabians I have been training/schooling them at Maple Heights training center in order to get them ready for sale... there are a few that are difficult (as in any breed) but there are also several incredible ones.
Such as MH Highland Park,as pictured in my profile photos, a big, beautiful, highly intellegent 4 year-old gelding... I had less than 2 months to get him ready to show at my 4H achievement day, we won show aggregate! The only one not for sale:(
or Flaxie, this 6-year-old mare has an incredible pedigree!! Huckleberry Bey/Ariberry Bey V on one side and Bask on the other! descended from numerous U.S. National Champions... not only that but she's a good riding horse and cute too!
Now on to my favourites: MH Samurai and MH Callaberry are tied for the top spots. If anyone is looking to show western Samurai is the horse for you perfectly collected, balanced and smooth as silk, not to mention his beautiful bay colouing. He knows it all and likes to be kept busy, he definately doesn't mind practicing until something is perfect. Also if you like freestyle, he loves riding to music! Callaberry is a hard-working, fun-loving mare. though she may be small, she can out move horses twice her size, and is one tough chick. She knows how to rope, drag logs, chase cattle... nothing seems to rattle her! she would love to do ranch work, endurance riding, team penning, gymkhanas, reining, I think she'd make a great cutting horse... You can teach her just about anything, this mare has talent! she has a great mind, amazing stamina, sensitivity, and cadilac smooth gaits... I love this spunky mare and would buy her in a second if she were a little taller (we look a little top heavy when we ride) and/or I didn't already own my next project horse. these are just a few of the amazing horses, from kids mounts to quality show and sport horses, available right now!! check out mapleheights-can.ca/