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HCR's The Wizard - Stallion

Registered Rocky Mountain Horse

RMHA#2008041081


Sire:   Autumn Hawk
Dam:  Purdue’s Elegant Kota
DOB:  June 27, 2007

Gorgeous Chocolate Classic Pleasure Stallion

Show or trail horse and will be a great addition to any breeding program

Offered for sale $9,500

Call Chad Chambers 859-398-5862

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HCR’s A Storms A Coming - Gelding

Registered Rocky Mountain Horse

RMHA #2012044505


Sire:   LS Texas Storm
Dam: E.S. Lucille
DOB:  August 18, 2011


Solid black Rocky Mountain Stallion.

 

 

 

Offered for sale:  $5,500

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C-Me Reddy - Mare

Registered Rocky Mountain Horse

RMHA #2012044669


Sire:   C-Me Rock
Dam: Reddy
DOB:  May 18, 2011


Chocolate mare – going to be a petite/smaller mare

Probably mature to be about 14.2 hands.  She is super sweet and easy to handle. 

Offered for sale $3,500.​

* Price will increase when started under saddle.

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Katie Sue - Mare

Registered Rocky Mountain Horse RMHA#2010043316


Sire:    Rock Baby
Dam:  Rockcastle Lady Star
DOB:  June 26, 2011


She is currently about 14 hands and won’t mature to be more than 14.2 hands.

She has been started under saddle and ridden on the trails and some ring work.  She will make a wonderful horse for a small adult or child.  She  is naturally gaited, super sweet and easy to handle.

Offered for sale $4,500.

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RMHA #2010043330


Sire:  Ace of Spades
Dam:  Midnight Margarta
DOB:  February 22,2010


Congratulations to Gary Brown in Gold Canyon, Arizona.

Candy Apple Martini - Mare

Registered Rocky Mountain and Certified Kentucky Mountain Mare

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The Rocky Mountain Horse is a horse breed developed in the state of Kentucky in the United States. Despite its name, it originated not in the Rocky Mountains, but instead in the Appalachian Mountains. A foundation stallion, brought from the western United States to eastern Kentucky around 1890, began the Rocky Mountain type in the late 19th century. In the mid-20th century, a stallion named Old Tobe, owned by a prominent breeder, was used to develop the modern type; today most Rocky Mountain Horses trace back to this stallion. In 1986, the Rocky Mountain Horse Association was formed and by 2005 has registered over 12,000 horses. The breed is known for its preferred "chocolate" coat color and flaxen mane and tail, the result of the relatively rare silver dapple gene on a black coat, seen in much of the population. It also exhibits a four-beat ambling gait known as the "single-foot".


Rocky Mountain Horses stand between 14.2 and 16 hands high. Any solid color is accepted by the registry, but a dark brown color called "chocolate" with a pale or flaxen mane and tail is preferred.[1] Chocolate is the result of the relatively rare silver dapple gene working on a black coat. Although rare, this gene has been found in over a dozen breeds, including the Rocky Mountain Horse. Minimal white markings are accepted by the registry, although leg markings may not extend above the knee. The physical characteristics are somewhat variable, due to the disparate breeds that created the Rocky Mountain Horse. The Rocky Mountain Horse is known by enthusiasts for its hardiness and ability to withstand winters in the mountains. It is also praised for its good nature and affinity for humans.


In 1986, the Rocky Mountain Horse Association was created to increase population numbers and promote the breed; there were only 26 horses in the first batch of registrations. Since then, the association has, over the life of the registry, registered over 17,000 horses as of 2009, and the breed has spread to 47 states and 11 countries. In order to be accepted by the registry, a foal's parentage must be verified via DNA testing. Horses must also, after reaching 23 months of age, be inspected to ensure that they meet the physical characteristic and gait requirements of the registry. The Rocky Mountain Horse is listed at "Watch" status by the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy, meaning that the estimated global population of the breed is fewer than 10,000, with fewer than 2,500 registrations annually in the US.


The breed was originally developed for general use on the farms of the Appalachian foothills, where it was found pulling plows and buggies, working cattle and being ridden by both adults and children. Today, it is still used for working cattle, as well as endurance riding and pleasure riding. The breed's gait and disposition make it sought out by elderly and disabled riders. Each September, the Kentucky Horse Park hosts the International Rocky Mountain Horse Show.

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Deadliest Toxin – Venom - Gelding

Registered Rocky Mountain and Certified Kentucky Mountain

RMHA# 2010043519

 

Sire:  Chocolate Venture
Dam:  VBF's Pushy Cat

DOB:  April 13, 2010

  

 

Great trail or show gelding out of Chocolate Venture.  This horse has done it all

4 year old Rocky Mountain Gelding.  He is naturally gaited.  Great on the trails and in the show ring.   Absolutely no buck or rear and is absolutely beautiful.

Offered for $5,000

Registered:  RMHA, KMSHA

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VBF Venture For Gold - Stallion

Registered Rocky Mountain Horse

RMHA#2010043515


Sire:   Chocolate Venture
Dam:  Iron Man’s Golden Legacy
DOB:  April 12, 2010

Gorgeous 3 year old chocolate stallion with white mane and tail.

Has been shown and rode on the trails.  He has a great temperament and smooth gait.  Will make a great show horse and breeding stallion.

 

Registered:  RMHA, KMSHA, AGMH

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HCR’s Blaze of Glory 

Registered Rocky Mountain Horse

RMHA #2013045095

Sire:  Triple S Big Slick
Dam: VBF’s Cat-A-Hoochie
DOB:  April 19, 2012


Chocolate Gelding - Show or trail gelding.  Country trail.  Has proven himself in the show ring.  Don't miss out on this one.

'14 & "15 UMH 2&3 YO Country Trail World Grand Champion 

'15 Youth Country Trail World Grand Champion

'14 UMH Country Trail Reserve World Grand Champion

'14 KMSHA International 2 YO Country Trail Futurity Champion

 

Offered for sale:  $7,500

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Stormy - Gelding

Unregistred Kentucky Mountain Gelding


Sire:  RRF's Priime Time
Dam: Unregistered Walking Horse
DOB:  March 15, 2011


Great trail horse for almost anyone.  Has been ridden on trails by a 15 year old

 

Offered for sale:  $1,200

 

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HCR's Out of the Blue

Registered Rocky Mountain Horse

RMHA #2013045005


Sire:  Pence’s Blue Boy
Dam: B.F.F. Onyx
DOB:  July 04, 2012


Chocolate gelding with light mane and tail. recently started under saddle with light trail riding.  Price will increase with training.

This is going to make a gorgeous show or trail horse.

​Offered for sale: $6,500

 

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HCR's Dark Journey - Gelding

    

'14 KMSHA International Amateur Park Pleasure Champion

Offered for sale:  $10,000

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RMHA #2011043837


Sire: Purdue's Spellbound
Dam: Purdue's Cloud Walker
DOB:4/24/2010


Solid Black Gelding.  Great on the trails and show ring.  Will make a great horse for a small adult or youth for the show ring or trails.  Super gentle. He is 14.3

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The Widow's Son - Stallion

    

RMHA #2013045368


Sire:Pence's Blue Boy
Dam:Sebastian's Fancy Lady
DOB: May 2012


Cholcolate Stallion - show pleasure 

Currently in training, price will increase with additional training

Don't miss out on this great stallion

Offered for sale $7,500

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RMHA #2007015165


Sire: Summers Black Knight
Dam: Fran
DOB:7/27/2006


Solit black gelding.  Looking for a show pleasure prospect? 6 year old gelding, registered and 14.3 hands and going to be nice

Knight's Black Tie Affaire

    

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Offered for sale $2,500

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Tucker has been with us for 9 years and we can’t say enough about him. He's a little over 16 hands and we have used him as a trail horse but was told he was driven when broke, but can’t be for sure.

He gets along great with other horses. A good home with a barn with other horses and pasture is a must. To an approved home only.

Tucker - Gelding

Congratulations to Denise of Johnson City, TN.  Tucker and Denise will enjoy trail riding in TN.  

Offered for sale $2,500

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Jakes Little Impact - Gelding

Registered Rocky Mountain Horse

RMHA#2009042635


Sire:   Vergeland Jake
Dam:  Vergeland Impact
DOB:  April 13, 2009


Chocolate gelding with white mane and tail.

A solid trail horse, will go anywhere, with a smooth gait.  He is about 15 hands.

Offered for sale $3,500

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HCR’s Lay It on the Line, aka Harley - Gelding

Registered Rocky Mountain Horse

RMHA#2012044711 


Sire:  Chocolate Venture
 


SOLD.

Congratulations to the Stiver family.

Sired by former world champion Chocolate Venture.  Look for him in the show ring this year.

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WHS All Jacked Up - Stallion

Registered Rocky Mountain Horse

RMHA#2012044711


Sire:   Above the  Law
Dam:  Sam’sons Return to Sender
DOB:  May 09,2011


Gorgeous chocolate stallion with flaxen mane and tail.

Has been recently started under saddle with light riding.  He is naturally gaited and very mild temperament.

Offered for sale $3,500

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