Sleipnir Morgan Horse Farm Blog

New Gelding on the Farm

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We are welcoming a new gelding to the farm.

Bramble Creek Katzpyjamas (aka “PJ”), a 1998 liver chestnut gentleman has been professionally trained to the hooking stage; and has been trained to be ridden Western. 

We are looking forward to training him as a pleasure driving/carriage driving horse; and having the grandkids ride him.  Amber has already been for a short ride, and PJ performed well.

We have 4 colts to geld, once fly season has ended, one 2009 (Smoky) and three 2010 (Ocoee, DF and Resonance).  We are still debating gelding one of the older stallions.  We do not need four to eight stallions. At one point we didn’t have enough geldings.  Pretty soon we will have more stallions and geldings than mares.

Currently, on the farm, the mares out-number the stallions/geldings…but it is getting closer.

If someone is looking for a new stallion for a breeding farm, all four of the youngsters are nice enough to be a stallion.  They’ll all be gelded over the Winter though as Geldings are often desired.  So if you are looking for a mature, breedable stallion, we have three that we will consider selling, a black, a bay, and a Mahogany bay.  And if you are looking for a younger version, we have four, two blacks and two chestnuts.  

If you are looking for a horse that is already a gelding we have four: three bays, and a chestnut. 

If you want a young gelding, we will work with you regarding which of the four colts that you would like, and gelded.

If you would prefer a mare we have those too.

Plus, several friends of ours have Morgan horses for sale. Geldings and mares.

Whether you are new to Morgan Horses, or a Morgan Horse Breeder…we probably have, or can find, just the right horse for you.

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