I'd love your help/another set of eyeballs looking over some of the Canter Cuties and Finger Lake lovlies. I figure this would be the best place to look as a lot of you already have a Canter Cutie or Finger Lakes Finest of your own. As far as the Canter regions go, I'd be interested in something from PA or Mid Atlantic. I'd really prefer a mare, and of course for hunter/jumper stuff. Has to be at least 15.2hh, but would prefer something 16hh+. Here's a cutie I just found on Finger Lakes.....
UPDATE: So after seeing a bunch of older horses with what looks to be a ton of wear and tear, I'm much more interested in maybe some prospective breeders/farms that have younger horses available? I don't mind having to start/break something in the spring.
Last edited by TatteredDaydreamer; Dec. 5, 2011 at 10:15 PM.
Reason: Age change
"And my good dreams? They all come with a velvet muzzle and four legs. All my good dreams are about horses."--In Colt Blood
Concerning Sunshine Richard.... when the people at that track say, "he can be reactive" along with the words "young and powerful".... well... to me that says he's spooky as shit and you will need a parachute and possibly an oxygen tank... Or he's like riding a cross between a gorilla and a helium balloon...
Woody is cute, but he's five and has done nothing... on the bright side he's very inexpensive and kind of cute.
I like the big bay mare. Our Jenea, except she looks pretty straight in the pasterns to me... could be the pictures. Worth a look.
I love the discription on this one... makes me want to go see him. There are some good horses in his pedigree. Plus they have four lovely geldings pictured in front of the same barn, so you wouldn't go all that way just to see one horse. http://www.canterusa.org/index.php?o...ainer-listings
O.k. now I'm looking at Delaware... honestly I don't know why anyone on that coast would bother with warmbloods... I've now become that poster that I hate, you know, the one that posts about a million links...