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Polly Aulton, Summertown, TN
Pojo Ranch is changing breeding directions. Now that it is located in Middle Tennessee there is access to an unlimited selection of stallions. As a result the new goal is to breed one or two foals every year. This will allow me to work with those foals on a daily basis and training them using natural horsemanship methods. The result will be a horse that is very well peopled, easy to catch, knows how to do darn near anything except ride and will be an excellent riding companion or an asset to any breeding operation when sold. The chosen stallions will be selected to produce gait, disposition, smaller height and sometimes color. The best of the best will be bred to some of the best trail horses at the ranch. All of the ranch horses are superb trail horses and they have been shown locally.
In 2014 there will be at least one foal from Dock's Rock & Roll. There are currently 3 mares bred to Dock. There is a high percentage that at least two will be amber champagne. Will be available for sale unless the mare is sold prior to foaling.
Scenes from the new location which is clearly under construction.
More to come as this becomes the Ranch's new location.
Searching for a trail buddy? Need some help? I try to keep a list of available, fully trained horses near the phone. This list is not limited to the gaited breeds--Missouri Fox Trotters, Paso Finos and Tennessee Walkers. Although I am trying to convert them I have trail riding buddies in the quarter horse world as well. These horses are being offered by individuals I know, trust, and can recommend. Call for their phone numbers. I also am willing to check out horses for out of towners who believe they have found their perfect horse. For the cost of gas I will look at a horse for you.
May 29, 2013
NEW TO THE POJO!!
Dock's Rock & Roll has been DNA tested to be a gold cream champagne. He is ee, n/CH, n/CR. He can produce palominos, every shade of champagne and buckskin depending on the mare. His photos do not do him justice. Live and in person he is stunning. Gorgeous head, the shimmery coat of the champagne, little fox ears and just enough dip in his nose to make him one pretty boy. Dock has foals on the ground and has been breeding mares since he was 3 years old. He will be re-started under saddle in June and video will be available shortly there after. Lots of old lines on this pedigree and Dock epitomizes the breed with his laid back disposition, and excellent conformation which I understand he passes on to his foals. Dock is currently for sale. If not sold he will be gelded and ride trained. He has bred 3 mares at the Ranch for 2014 foals they are also for sale.
Dock is offered at $2500 OBO
Additional photos will be available shortly.