Which Unicorn Will You Ride?
Lately, there's been a lot of buzz about Unicorns. Why? Because they are rare and unique, and everyone would like one. Each of our lesson horses has been specially selected to safely provide clients with the skills that they need to learn to ride effectively. For us, each of these horses is very special, and definitely worthy of unicorn status!
CC Seis Siestas
Biscuit is a 17 year old AQHA gelding. He is a very classic short and stocky quarter horse, and was bred to work cattle. He is mostly retired now, but is still occasionally used for some walk/trot lessons. Biscuit is a sweet soul and very responsive to his riders. He truly teaches those that ride him that when communicating with horses, less is often more! Before retiring, he was my personal "go to" horse any time that I wanted to hit the trails or needed to use a horse to work with other young or troubled horses. He is definitely one in a million!
Izzy is a 17 year old warmblood mare. She used to be a fantastic jumper, but now takes things more slowly, doing dressage, equitation, and western dressage lessons. Big, beautiful, and fun to ride, she always catches everyone's eye out in the arena.
Jazzy In Blue
Jazzy is a 10 year old AQHA mare. She spent the first half of her career as a show horse, specializing in western pleasure and trail. She has also successfully shown in the all-around events at AQHA shows. She is also a wonderful lesson horse...smooth, confident, and responsive. She teaches riders of all ages how to refine their cues and skills. She is in foal to The Immortal for a 2023 foal, so she will still be doing lessons, just to a lesser degree as her due date approaches.
Mia is a 15 year old AQHA mare. She has been a steadfast mount for riders of many skills and ages over her past six years in the program. She has a smooth trot and canter, and doesn't like to go any faster than is absolutely necessary, which has made her a perfect mount for younger riders learning to canter on their own. However, more advanced students can get her motivated and unlock her athletic abilities as a ranch rider and introductory reiner. She is in foal to Shiney Outlaw for a 2023 foal, so is still doing lesson, but will be taking it a little easier as her foaling date approaches.
As a couple of our lesson horses near retirement, the hunt for a new one is on! Hopefully we'll have the perfect new addition to our herd soon!