Gaits of Gold Gaited Horse Community Messageboard Home 
Home Search search Menu menu Not logged in - Login | Register

Visit our website WWW.PHOENIXRISINGSADDLES.COM Check out our free training articles, gaited horse FAQ's and of course the full line of Imus Products including the 4-Beat Saddle and the Imus Comfort Gait Bit (now with a 5 year warranty and made in the USA!)

 Moderated by: crs trail rider Page:  First Page Previous Page  1  2  3   
New Topic Reply Printer Friendly
New Horse for Me  Rate Topic 
AuthorPost
 Posted: Tue Feb 7th, 2012 03:57 pm
  PM Quote Reply
41st Post
LARHAGE
G.O.G Community Member


Joined: Wed Jan 18th, 2006
Location: Oak Hills, California USA
Posts: 491
Status: 
Offline
Lakota,

 That horse is great looking!!!  Is there the same 100% palomino guarantee with a Perlino as a Cremello?



____________________
God Forbid that I shall go to a Heaven without Horses.
Back To Top PM Quote Reply  

 Posted: Tue Feb 7th, 2012 01:42 pm
  PM Quote Reply
42nd Post
karenlexsc
G.O.G Community Member


Joined: Sun Feb 1st, 2009
Location: Lexington, South Carolina USA
Posts: 1979
Status: 
Offline
Oooooh, Lisa, pretty and sounds like another "meant to be" situation! I am so happy for you. Remind me of Mountain Pleasure breed? I struck a blank on that one. But that happens all too often these days :(

Back To Top PM Quote Reply

 Posted: Tue Feb 7th, 2012 10:36 am
  PM Quote Reply
43rd Post
TessieBAgain
G.O.G Community Member


Joined: Wed Apr 28th, 2010
Location:  
Posts: 508
Status: 
Offline
Lucky you!

Back To Top PM Quote Reply  

 Posted: Tue Feb 7th, 2012 05:19 am
  PM Quote Reply
44th Post
Lakota
Ranch Hand


Joined: Mon Dec 12th, 2005
Location: North Carolina USA
Posts: 2288
Status: 
Offline
I found a bunch of Cremello Walkin' Horse studs on EquineNow.com at one time. I don't remember if they were for stud or sale. You shouldn't have much trouble finding one.

Tony and Karen Smith at Rebel Pride Farm have a nice Perlino 'Rowdy' bred singlefooting stud. You can see some vids of him on Youtube. I think her user name is Vixen310 or something. I like speed, and this stud can give you that and color too. Plus he has a great gait and is not pacey.

Attachment: Moon%2014a.jpg (Downloaded 102 times)

Last edited on Tue Feb 7th, 2012 05:22 am by Lakota

Back To Top PM Quote Reply

 Posted: Tue Feb 7th, 2012 02:21 am
  PM Quote Reply
45th Post
NOELLEE
G.O.G Community Member


Joined: Fri Jul 2nd, 2010
Location:  
Posts: 1129
Status: 
Offline
Lovely mare! I love the coloring. She was meant to find her way to your home.

Back To Top PM Quote Reply  

 Posted: Tue Feb 7th, 2012 01:42 am
  PM Quote Reply
46th Post
sdlepal
Ranch Hand


Joined: Mon Nov 19th, 2007
Location: PORTLAND, Ohio USA
Posts: 1945
Status: 
Offline
She is pretty, I love the wavy mane.  It is hard to take two horses and leave just one behind.  Your old App. will be happy for company.



____________________
Pam and Cowboy Casey
Back To Top PM Quote Reply

 Posted: Mon Feb 6th, 2012 07:58 pm
  PM Quote Reply
47th Post
LARHAGE
G.O.G Community Member


Joined: Wed Jan 18th, 2006
Location: Oak Hills, California USA
Posts: 491
Status: 
Offline
Nice! I too have always wanted a Palomino, I just bought a chestnut Walking horse mare in November ( a color I have always hated) BUT... if I breed her to a Cremello I am guaranteed Palomino! Anyone know any nice, fancy Cremello Walking Horse stallions!!!!



____________________
God Forbid that I shall go to a Heaven without Horses.
Back To Top PM Quote Reply  

 Posted: Mon Feb 6th, 2012 03:49 pm
  PM Quote Reply
48th Post
crs trail rider
Ranch Hand


Joined: Wed Jun 18th, 2008
Location: Dunnsville, Virginia USA
Posts: 881
Status: 
Offline
Here she is- a tad sweaty from our ride- and I cant wait to get that mane white (its white underneath so its just the winter discoloration) I have always wanted a Palomino- which I reminded my husband when we started this discussion.



____________________
Its rarely the horses fault- Its usually a failure of the rider to communicate their requests in a manner that the horse can understand. Lisa
Back To Top PM Quote Reply

 Posted: Mon Feb 6th, 2012 03:35 pm
  PM Quote Reply
49th Post
crs trail rider
Ranch Hand


Joined: Wed Jun 18th, 2008
Location: Dunnsville, Virginia USA
Posts: 881
Status: 
Offline
Not sure if some of you will remember- in September I lost my mare that I had had for almost 20 years. Besides being devastated at her loss (and I still miss her so so much) it left me with three horses. One of which is my semi retired Appy mare who is going blind and has some arthritis starting in one rear hock (she is 20) Jamie- my appy- is fine for level rides of about 2 hours and I do take her out on occaision- when everyone else is non-gaited and the ride is not going to be hard. And I have my Jenny- my speed demon who has a naturally quick walk- and many of my friends just cant keep up. (and my daughters horse is also her) When Lindsay and I both go on a ride it leaves my almost blind horse alone which isnt good for her (IMO) So I started looking for a new horse- but stopped as I would get physically ill right before going to look at them- I just wasnt ready. So here is where Karma comes into play. Last fall (2010) when we were looking for a horse for my daughter we looked at this Palomino Mountain Pleasure horse and we both loved her- me more than Lindsay- but she was at the top of our list. Smooth smooth gait- young, looks like Barbies horse- :w2 When Lindsay fell in love with Bella- I tried to talk my husband into a fifth horse- but he said NO four was plenty and he just wouldnt agree - and we have to agree on big purchases or they dont happen. The first thing I did when I decided I needed another horse was to see if she was still for sale- but nope didnt see her :( lost the contact info and couldnt contact the buyer directly. I went on a ride- ran into her owners about a month later - yes they still have her yes they will still sell her- and they would wait until I felt ready for another horse. Went and rode her on a 2 hour trail ride this weekend - and now I am in negotiations with my husband to bring her home (which means he is not saying no- but he wants something in return- like daily back rubs etc- you know men- lol) I should have him "cracked" and on my side by the end of the week- and hopefully the new girl home by the following week! She is a perfect fit- slow gait - walks slower - willing to wait - I think she will become my ACTHA horse (Jenny is too strong for ACTHA- she hates waiting at the obstacles- she does great if we dont have to wait but she is a bundle of pissed off mare nerves if we have to wait and then she rushes and over reacts to cues- I am going to do some endurance rides on her this year instead) Jenny will be my long long rides with fast gaited horses horse and Goldie will be my mosey on down the trail with a mixed breed of horses trail ride horse. And Jamie will be my I want to ride all by myself horse or all stock horse trail ride horse. And I will get a lot of riding in....



____________________
Its rarely the horses fault- Its usually a failure of the rider to communicate their requests in a manner that the horse can understand. Lisa
Back To Top PM Quote Reply  

Current time is 02:37 pm Page:  First Page Previous Page  1  2  3     
Gaits of Gold Gaited Horse Community Messageboard > General Gaited Horse Discussions > Misc. Gaited Horse Discussion > New Horse for Me Top




UltraBB 1.172 Copyright © 2007-2011 Data 1 Systems