"Moyntain" 14.2h 2006 gelding​​

  
He has done a handful of 25-30 mile endurance competitions and has always been in the Top 3 and won Best Condition award. He has an extraordinary amount of experience hauling all over the place, camping tied to trailer, A-rated hunter-jumper shows, gathering cattle, he sorts and ropes cattle for branding and ranch work, and is a very safe and reliable pony.  He is a forward ride, loves to cover a lot of ground, loves to go fast, yet is experienced in walking out nicely, being at any speed at any gait, and behaving very well in most any situation.  
Numerous wins in Jumpers up to 3'1" (.95m). We have recently shown in an arena cross-country event (which he won) and have schooled cross-country which was a total blast experiencing banks and ditches and skinnies, and all sorts of fun new jumps with him.
It's important to me that his buyer be a fun person, who loves and appreciates very intelligent, personable ponies who are full of spirit and partnership.   It's also important that his buyer enjoys hitting the trails - while Moyntain is successful in the arena, he has always been ridden outside too, and I fear he would not be happy in a home that was strictly based in arena riding. Always sound, always healthy.  Awesome bare hooves, easy-keeper.

He is a sweet gelding with the best manners.
Vet checks welcome, inquiries welcome - A wonderful home is the most important thing for this guy, and I am happy to answer any and all questions you may have. 

​​​​Rockin Lena Roberts

​2008 AQHA 14.3h Mare


​Roxi has ranch work experience and is very surefooted and nice to trail ride - goes wherever I ask.  She also has had arena training.  She's cowy, mellow and quick.   She's got another gear for speed yet is very quiet about most things.  Super to pony wild animals off.  Check out her video


​​"Change The Pearl"
2000 AQHA Broodmare w/ limited riding experience

​Smart, big stride, kind. Good hooves. gets around great outside. good with other horses. easy to be around. easy to catch, loads, etc. Exceptional mother with 12 foals on the ground, all raised outside on ranch with no intervention from humans.  Healthy, sound, lots of years left in her.  Currently bred to Quickory for a 2018 foal (http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/quickory) 

"Josie"

 August 2014 Quarter Horse Filly

Josie is a FANTASTIC sensible, smart, friendly filly.  So calm and easy to work with.  Her disposition is the best.  With a gorgeous head and eye, big ears, strong and beautiful conformation and good hooves.  Her movement is rhythmic. We have her registered AQHA dam on site (Tek Bo Junior x Poco San Lena) although she sells as grade because we don't know who her sire is! (certain he is a Quarter horse, she arrived in utero from a ranch in Wyoming).  Josie was raised turned out on rough Arizona terrain.  Everything about her is easy - ties, pony's, bathes, sprays, deworm, saddle, etc.  Very trusting, willing and people oriented.

Horses Offered For Sale: (updated 8/15/17)

Desert Bloom
Horse Training and Sales

"Gypsy StarLyte"

2006 14.2h Registered Half-Arabian (APHA)


​Smart, nice mover, great endurance, good trail horse, enjoys learning arena work, comfortable gaits, friendly. One-owner her whole life, this spirited girl is looking for an adventurous partner to hit the trails with or have some fun in arena. 


​Endurance prospect, pleasure trails, low level dressage/eventing prospect

​​​​"Ben"
10 yr old 15.2hd Quarter Horse Gelding

Comfortable gaits, enjoys cattle work, very sure-footed.  Very friendly. Good with other horses. Super athlete!!


Sale to a loving and advanced rider only.  His owner is very sad to sell him but life plans force sale of her horses.


"Oreo"​

2013 Grade Mare 14.2h

5 months of professional training.  Very outgoing, mellow, confident, smart.  She has had a ton of trail riding and cattle gathering experience over the past few months. She has been totally safe around vehicles -- I'd guess that she would love being in parades and other busy atmospheres. She also rides in the arena once or twice weekly. She is non-spooky. I still consider her green as far as responsiveness to aids.  Comfortable gaits, a slow smell-the-roses type of walk, and will lead or follow in group or go out by herself. Very good with other horses.  Rides out with dogs no problem. You can pony her or pony another horse off of her. She's familiar with having a rope swung on her back.



"SweetBasilDunThyme" aka "Nutmeg"​​​


14.3h 8 yr Registered Half-Arabian


Green broke to drive a cart and also had some miles down the trails. She has had one owner her whole life (the bred her) and always well-cared for and UTD on everything including dental. Currently does great barefoot