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|We always have a few good critters for sale. If you don't see what you're looking for here,
email me and ask. I also keep a list of horses that my horseshoeing clients have for sale.
1996 Arabian gelding
Bay, four white socks and blaze
|2004 & 2005 Arabian Horse Association High Point 50 Mile Horse of the Year!
2004 & 2005 Pioneer (Multi-Day) National Champion!
2004 & 2005 Central Region Champion!
2004 & 2005 TADRA High Point Featherweight!
2004 TERA Horse of the Year!
2003 Central Region Champion!
2003 TADRA High Point Featherweight!
"Sammy"'s sire is a stakes winner, who earned over $80,000 on the track. "Sammy" was not raced,
because he just didn't get very tall and the longer legged horses seem to have the advantage on the
track. He stands about 14 hh, which is just the right size if you're getting on and off a lot! Sammy
became an excellent endurance horse! He started with several twenty-five mile rides, with excellent
recoveries, placing second in two, and carrying a novice rider to fifth! I rode him at Old Glory II and III
(May 26 & 27, 2001) where he was FIRST PLACE and BEST CONDITION on Saturday, and 2nd place
and 2nd BC on Sunday!! Later, he carried Bill Allen of Amarillo to a first place and Best Condition at
the Fort Stanton, New Mexico 35 mile Limited Distance ride. Sammy did his first REAL endurance ride
at Around the Mountain, December 2001. On his first time out, he completed two sixty milers just out
of the top ten. The last day of the ride, he was second overall and first place Arabian! On his third ride!
He has since been part of the 2002 Central Region High Mileage Team, and was the Texas
Endurance Riders Association High Mileage Featherweight for 2002. And he started off the 2003
season with a Best Condition at Around the Mountain, on 60 miles. He is very brave on the trail, and
has a huge trot for a little horse! He's an excellent feather-, light-weight or junior mount. $15000
|"Light on Time"
2001 Half Arabian Appaloosa Filly
Chestnut with white spots
|Half-Arab Appaloosa filly by WMA Lightfoot+// (see his page!) out of Junior's Frosty (leopard, foundation
bred). A full sibling to "Lightly Frosted", above. This filly is chestnut with a star and a left hind sock, just
like her daddy. She has a picture perfect dished face, white sclera, mottled skin and striped hooves --
and lots of little white spots have turned up! She has regular papers from the ApHC.
1995 Arabian Mare
|Lady is a "ready made" endurance horse.
She has about 600 endurance miles, and
she's great on trail. She eats, drinks and
takes care of herself. A wonderful mare,
ready to go out and do some miles!
I've been using Lady as a back up horse for
the last year. She has had lots of easy miles
put on her and she knows what she's doing.
Not exactly a beginner horse, but good for
anyone who knows how to ride. $7500
|Lightly Frosted One
2000 Appaloosa Half Arabian gelding
|"Elf" is Lightfoot's first baby. He is exactly the right blend of Arabian elegance and Appaloosa
muscle. He has a beautiful Arab head, long lean muscle and energy to burn! He was imprinted, is
halter broke, picks up his feet and is currently in training for his endurance career. We have high
hopes for this little guy as an endurance horse, or an all around athlete. His dam, Junior's Frosty,
has produced a national champion trail mule and a state champion barrel horse. $3000
|Lookin' at Perfection
2004 Black & White
By Wa Ha Dar out of
Lookin' for Lovin'
By WMA Lightfoot+//
(Also slightly gaited)
|Mister Mouse, 1996 Appaloosa gelding, Grulla
|Congratulations to Megan Pruesser of Houston on her purchase of this great horse! She and Mouse
plan to be in the show ring jumping their hearts out by the fall! Best of luck to them! ( I just can't bear
to take his photo off the site ... he's one of my all time favorites!)
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Last Updated May 25, 2006.