Willow: Care Lease
Willow is a 16 year old registered Arabian gelding by PS Audacious. He is incredibly athletic and has endurance and stamina to spare. He requires an experienced and confident rider, he is absolutely NOT for beginners. Someone who has a strong seat and can ride with soft aids would suit him very well. He's a very fun horse to ride with comfortable gaits and is very responsive to the correct aids. He can be easily ridden on a loose rein. Once he trusts his rider he is a willing and cooperative partner.

He is a very forward and sensitive horse, but with clear and distinct aids he is manageable and easy to control. Someone who is comfortable and has experience working with hot horses and can therefore understand their temperament would work the best with him. He is prone to the occasional buck or naughty spook, so having a strong seat is a must. It is important that his rider keeps his mind busy and active and is always one step ahead of him. He is an extremely intelligent horse, so keeping his mind focused can be a challenge. He needs a clear directive and a good reason to listen to his rider. For this reason he does best with someone that is quiet but confident, as he thrives under those that he trusts.
He is lightly started in jumping and is green over fences but he is very honest and enjoys his work. With a strong and confident hand to guide him he would be a very skilled jumper. He is scopey and talented and is rather unstoppable once he has the confidence to tackle the heights. It is my hope to advance him in jumping as far as he can realistically handle. 

Willow is very sweet and polite on the ground. He's friendly and quiet and once he's comfortable with you he can be very playful and personable. He's good to tack up, wash, groom, and lead. He has good ground manners overall and is easy to correct when he gets pushy. He's also fun to play with at liberty and is very treat motivated. He is shod on his fronts and MUST stay shod due to having a club foot. He has zero soundness issues, but must stay shod to keep his feet structured. 

If you're looking for a project or a step-up in your riding career then Willow would be great for it. He's a very talented and sweet horse, just sensitive. Someone confident would do very well with him, and he is a good challenge for anyone looking to advance in their riding career a bit. I think he would do well for an experienced junior rider who has an interest in jumping.

I am planning to move to Washington State University for school for Fall of 2019. I would like to find an off-property lease for him for a 6 month contract while I am gone. He is currently located at a barn in Enumclaw, where you are welcome to keep him if you wish. A care lease details that you take over all expenses for him, including board, feed, farrier, etc. I want to eventually bring him to school with me but would like some time to get that sorted out. I am posting this early as I do not plan to send him out for lease until late July or August of this year. 

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Owner: Morgan
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I Love Lucille (Lucy): In Barn Lease
Lucy is a 7 year old Iberian Andalusian. She stands 15 hands and has been working on the flat and over fences consistenly for two years. She recently foaled a beautiful colt out of our stallion Lestat and will be back to riding in May. 

 Lucy is being offered as an in barn lease to the right rider. Her ideal match would be someone that is at minimum an intermediate rider, not easily intimated by a high energy horse, and well versed in the English discipline.
Lucy needs someone that can give her guidance without giving into her dependence and insecurities under saddle. She is currently learning self carriage and jumping and has been shown a handful of times in pleasure classes. She has three solid gaits but tends to take advantage of her rider if she's not getting the directions she needs to stay on track. She has a young mind and is still considered green.

Lucy absolutely loves to jump and would rather run a cross country course or stadium jump course as opposed to doing any flat work at all. Unfortunately we hope to someday have her in  three day eventing which requires dressage be a discipline she learn.  During flat work she tries her hardest but is easily frustrated.  She works best with a calm rider that can give her clean and solid direction. Her build is powerful and short so reaching and stretching has been her hardest obstacle. With her current work schedule and consitency she is coming around beautifully and has begun to recognize how to use her body to her advantage and take her self away from being dependent on her rider.
Her lease is 300/month and includes riding up to 5 times a week, taking her to and participating in shows rated and unrated, and taking her on trail rides. Lucy is NOT for sale however her foals will be for sale. Her lease will be month to month and she is available all through her pregnancy.  Lease includes and requires one lesson a month with our onsite coach Elliot Reutlinger. More lessons available at regular lesson prices. 

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Echo is a yearling filly out of our Gypsy Drum mare Kirov's Irish Legacy and our Friesian stallion Lestat(pictures above)is registered with Heritage Horse. Both parents are registered and actively showing in dressage, jumping, and pleasure riding. Echo was imprinted at birth and is built like a tank with the floating grace of her sire. She has long strides with an upright shoulder and a puppy dog personality. She shows potential to be an amazing show horse in any discipline but would be best suited for the English discipline, namely dressage. She is learning ground manners like a champ and she stands or the farrier, single ties, cross ties, leads, bathes, loads, and hauls. She has a get up and go attitude when she works and is learning ground cues on a lunge line. She listens hard but gets noticeably frustrated. Asking price is 6K with a small window for negotiations. Preferably her perfect home will be in Washington State. We can deliver within the state within reasonable distance. A home check, vet and farrier references and face to face meeting/interaction with Echo will be mandatory before payment of any kind is accepted. Her training will continue and she will be shown at local schooling shows until she is sold.