Special Note About Mares:
I hear from buyers who will only look at geldings because they consider mares to be difficult. While I agree that there are some mares in other horse breeds who can be challenging and opinionated, Fjord mares are wonderful. We have had many years of success with mares as the backbone of our lesson program. We show mares in open competition to great success. We find Fjord mares to be steady, reliable and happy to work We stand a stallion, so if hormonal behavioral is going to happen, we will know about it. It never happens with any Fjord mare that we have seen over the last 17 years! So if you are shopping, give mares a chance!
Red Dun, DOB 4/27/13
Ironwood Blitzen, S1, G1, E, V/Lupin, S1, G1, E, V, HOF
Yrsa is a red dun mare just beginning her training. 14.1 hands and still growing, Yrsa has is being started under saddle by a professional early this summer. She has an outgoing personality and is eager for a job. We expect that she will adapt to training quickly and the miles will be easy to put on her after the initial 30 days. She also offers potential as a broodmare. She leads, loads, stands for the farrier and crossties . UTD on shots, worming and Coggins.
Price: $4500 prior to training/$5500 after training