We recently purchased two new school horses. Their names are Cole and Keller.
Cole is a 9 yr. old, appendix, gelding. An appendix is a horse who is half thoroughbred and half quarter horse. They generally make for very good horses with the ability and athleticism of the thoroughbred combined with the quieter mind and thicker build of a quarter horse. He stands at 16.1 hands tall, with a beautiful black coat. Cole is very sweet and easy to get along with. He is very calm, and not spooky. Currently, he jumps around 2'3" with ease to move up. So far he has been a great addition to our school horses and we cannot wait to get to know him more!
Keller is an 18 yr. old, chestnut, Hanoverian. His previous owners showed him dressage. Keller is very tall and stands at approximately 16.3 hands. He is a great beginner horse, and he is very well schooled on the flat. He is very sweet and enjoys to cuddle.
We are looking forward to getting to know both of these horses more but so far they both seem like great fits for our program!