Absolutely Adorable Little Mini Sweet Affectionate and a Babysitter
Athena is a three yearold sorrel Tobiano Paint miniature mare. She is currently at 34 and we also have her mother who matured to just 36 at 6 yrs of age so she is unlikely to grow to more than 36 when fully mature. She has a stunning blue eye on the right and a brown eye on the left the opposite of her mother. Shes easy to handle trim her feet catch and groom. There are more images and videos of her on our web siteincluding a video of the farrier trimming her feet. Shes very curious and and real pleasure to handle. Your kid will love her and be proud to own her. People always ask why were selling our horses. Theres nothing wrong with them. Quite the contrary. Theyre for sale because its part of our business model we buy train put lots of trail hours on them and make them safe for beginners and eventually we sell them at a profit to compensate us for all the training and trail hours we have put on them. We dont have to speculate as to what age or riding level a rider needs to be at in order to ride them. We KNOW because theyve done it many times over. If we say a 6 yearold child with no riding experience can ride the horse then they can and have. And if we say we wouldnt put anyone younger than an inexperienced ten yearold then you shouldnt consider the horse for your five yearold to ride on their own. All our horses sell as sound with no vices. To see all of our horses for sale schedule time to come see them at Dead Broke Farm. Prices listed are firm. Dead Broke Farm 6921 Wildlife Trail Raleigh NC 27613 9one93231265 For anyone buying their 1st horse we also sell new and used saddles bridles saddle pads as well as new winter blankets halters lead ropes and horn bags as seen in the images. The big advantage to buying these items when you buy the horse is that we will fit everything for you so it takes the guess work out of sizing and fitting of saddles bridles and winter blankets. Then you can feel confident that the horse will perform the same at home as it did at our farm.
June 12 on Equine Now