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Current Horses/ Ponies

Here are the horses that are currently available. If you are interested in any of our mounts, please contact for more information. It is preferred to also send a video of the interested rider, and what you are looking to do with the horse. The priority for our horses is finding the ideal match. 

"Rune" (previously "Belle")

2012, 12.3hh, welsh (grade), mare

Sweet, straight-forward, talented

"Rune" is a lovely little mare who will make everyone smile! She is one of our development ponies, who we purchased in the spring. She had been started and left several times in her life, and was given the opportunity to have a thorough re-start when she came to us. She has an extremely solid foundation, with lots of variety. She has been hauled to the mountains for a riding trip, attended jump days and clinics (schooling 2' courses), schooling training level dressage tests, started over small XC fences, crosses fast rivers, gentle creeks, and swims in the lake, hacks down the dyke, ground drives, amazing on the ground, and more. She had a professional re-start, and has been in a coach-supervised program. She is best suited to a rider who is confidently WTC. While she is extremely good, she doesn't have the years of riding needed for a brand new rider. There are always exceptions, she is very suitable for a knowledgeable parent, coach's kid, or as a lesson pony. She is great on the lunge, and very straight forward. She has some pep to her step, but she is more of a kick ride. She is enjoyed by my (capable) 5 y/o daughter, and 11y/o student. Rune is green for her age, but shows incredible sensibility, willingness, and talent. She will offer changes on the lunge, but does not have her lead changes! Our priority is a solid foundation, good transitions, and a nicely balanced canter before adding that in. She would be ready to start working on that now.


She is a proven broodmare (2017 fjord X, who was a very simple start). She is ready to excel in any direction.


She is UTD on everything (no strangles vaccine), including coggins.

$6500 CAD/$5200 USD. Tack package available for an additional $750.

Includes delivery in Western Canada, and the northern/NW states, 3-5 day trial, and export paperwork,  PPE welcome at buyers expense, no known soundness/health issues.

Located in Maple Ridge, BC, September 21-October 4th. Viewing/trial can be arranged.

Contact Tessa @ 306-830-1492 or [email protected]

Free Jumping *older video*


WTC/small jump Video

Ridden by a capable 5y/o

Devon It's Guinness Time *SOLD*

2015, registered part-bred 3/4 Connemara by Elphin Malachite (His sire Malachite's breeding is *Caragh Goaighe x Elphin Milis Rosanna x Maplehurst Michael MacDaire), out of an Elphin Cronin mare, 1/4 Thoroughbred, 15.2hh, grey, gelding

*Looking for a long-term home only, no flippers*

Exceptional Eventing Prospect for a Keen Rider

Guinness is the powerful, cross-country machine that your inner teenage eventer always dreamed of. He is full of personality, knickers at you daily, talented and athletic, and challenges a rider to be their best, and makes sure you're always having fun. He is full of connemara personality, and is great at getting into things, and is incredibly bold. He also has his thoroughbred tendencies, he can get very excited (cross-country warm up), or anxious (when moving from dressage warm-up, to the arena), at which point he needs a quiet, patient rider, to help his busy brain relax. He is very responsive to your core/seat/leg, and goes in a very soft snaffle. He loves to go for a gallop, but is always manageable to bring back. Guinness has been developed slowly, allowing his body and mind to mature. He is suited to a keen rider who enjoys to have a super great bond with their horse.





I have owned him since he was two, and i am still in contact with his previous owner (who bought him as a weanling). He is a very special boy, and is only for sale due to time restraints. He is best suited to a full program, with variety, and he LOVES going on adventures. He doesn't need to be worked in the arena, day-in, and day-out, but doing something, most days, is best for him. He is so fun to spend time with, he will always make it worth it. Between his stunning look, or his hilarious personality, he is always catching everyone's eye. I have a strong preference to an eventing home, as its his favourite, and the variety is so good for him. He successfully completed his first event at entry/beginner-novice level, and is schooling .9m-1m courses, up to training level XC, jumps in/out of water, bold over ditches, banks. Once he is relaxed his dressage is lovely, but he can get tense and frustrated during arena work (not so much when he is consistently hauling around), so he needs the right work to school him through it. Working through quietly, and slowly is always his best bet!! Guinness needs to continue to gain quiet confidence, but is well on his way to being a great eventing partner, who will be ready for novice/training level, next season. build your partnership over the winter, and come out ready to take on the eventing world. He is at the point where he is getting better and better with every ride, and is really stepping into his talent. He is very much a typical, slow-maturing gelding.

Guinness went for some groundwork training before I bought him, as a yearling. I purchased him at two, started him in a kindergarten-type program, grooming, leading, loading in the trailer, etc. Progressively, he moved up to lunging, ground driving, double lunging, etc. He was backed as a three year old, and was taken for a brief hack (walking only), periodically. He continued with his ground work, and was allowed time to play and be a baby. In his four year old year he started doing a bit more, and started over small fences that July. He went to a XC clinic, a couple schooling shows, and a few dressage clinics, that year (Henk Glijn, Zuzana Schrammova, Ingrid Schultz). Coming into his five-year-old year, he spent six-weeks with Leah Breakey, of Master Key Eventing, based out of Extreme Stables (Tees, Alberta). He then continued at home through the spring, and developed some sensitivity due to saddle fit (he is quite particular), and 5 year-old opinions, I gave him some time off to make sure he didn't have any pain related issues. I did a full lameness exam, which didn't find anything. We did take some x-rays of his hock and stifle, and there was nothing there. They also took pictures of his entire neck/back for kissing spine, and he was all clear. After some body work, in hand conditioning, ground work, a nicely fitted saddle, a few adjustments to our program, and we were back on a roll. Still with some teenage fire and opinions, but progressing along nicely. We were also able to squeeze in a trip out to BC, some dressage lessons (with Ashleigh Luca, Westwind South Dressage), and some jumping lessons with Leah. This year, he has really stepped into the role of a competitive mount. We did some work with Leah, a clinic with Leahona Rowland, XC schooling, jump course work, dressage schooling, a trip to the mountains, pretending he is a kids pony with my daughter riding him, a schooling show (dressage, SJ, XC), completed his first event, and he has really started to go brilliantly.

He is a super fun gelding, and is a truly wonderful partner. He is only for sale because I have too many on my plate, and my kids are too young for me to be out competing him the way he should be.

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