Home of the friendly gaited trail horse
Polly Aulton, Summertown, TN
PoJo Ranch has always been noted for having friendly foals. Visitors love walking out in the field and having the horses come to them for attention. To add to this reputation I'm returning to "The PoJo's" roots. I will be breeding a select number of mares to stallions that will produce foals for the Baby Boomer generation. Shorter, smoother and friendlier (if that's possible!) are the watch words. I will handle the foals on a regular basis, they will go through the obstacle course as foals, be ponied locally, and exposed to anything I can think of to turn them into the future trail horse of your dreams.
One mare have been confirmed in foal to Dock and has a good chance of producing an amber champagne. I have entered the pony market by breeding a 14.1 hand cremello to the last son of Mud Slide Slim. Master Mudslide has a natural walk and stands about 13.1 hands. There will be a palomino "slider" on the ground in late June if all goes well. One expected foal will be out of a mare eligible for Heritage Outcross registration. You know that foal will walk.
Foals start arriving in February so watch this space.
When I say friendly I mean it. Dede doesn't care what you do to her as long as you're touching her and making over her. A very friendly 3 year old who has found a litttle bit of shade.
Scenes from the new location which is no longer under construction. Thank goodness!
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.
October 14, 2013
PoJo's stallion has found a new home!
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.
Dock has been sold and you Lucky Texans will have a chance to breed to him. He is joining ReGina in Del Rio, Texas.