Sue and Jewel
New horses added: 14 year old Pinto
Arab/pony gelding, broke to ride.
Saddles for sale! Scroll down this page to view them.
New rehab horse: "Trooper" aged grey gelding
New consignment horses: 6 year old QH cross gelding, companion only.
County Line Farrier Service is back! See "services" page for more information.
"Down Under Series" Australian saddle: I believe it to be the Longreach Endurance Saddle.
It has a horn. This saddle sells for $960 brand new. This one is used and in good shape, we are offering it at $300.
The stirrups are off in the photo but we do have them and they will come with the saddle. This saddle measures 16" (equal
to a 15" western seat).
Black Australian saddle: I do not see a saddlery stamp. It has no horn. The seat
measures 16-17". Priced at $150.
Used western saddle: Medium oil, 15" seat. This saddle is in very good shape and is stamped "Bear
Valley Saddles, Co Sa Co Denver" and numbered 33. $225
Used western saddle: Dark oil, 15" seat. Comes with a thin saddle blanket (not pictured) and a like-new
rope girth. $175
Used western Cordura (synthetic) saddle: Black with aztec print. 15" seat. Very lightweight, nice gaming/trail
riding saddle. $175
Thank you everyone who attended our 2nd annual fundraiser! Thankfully the weather cooperated with us both days, the fun show was a blast and the trail ride was beautiful. The
money raised will greatly help with the care of our rescue horses through the winter months.
Special thanks to:
Ashley and Mark Kelly and Joe
Anne N. Rene
Shayne and Trista
Nikki and Jade
Donna K. The
Jack and Rosemary Gwen
Amanda and JoAnn Josh and Adriane
Janine and Jeff Maria
J and B Western
Turtle River Equine A Bit of Tack
Cyrus the Potter County Line Farrier
And thank you to those that showed up for the trail ride, it was great to see you all!
Will be adding more fundraiser photos soon!
I've been meaning to mention a few of the extraordinary
people that have had a big part in helping us out this winter. I want to thank Carrie for all the beautiful blankets
she sent us. I can't say enough about Ash and Mark and Kelly for all their help when our water froze up this winter....both
sources became unusable. And I really can't forget to thank those of you that have sent donations, always when we need
it the most: The Dawsons, the Swansons, Deb,Donna and Barb. If I'm forgetting anyone, I apologize from the bottom of
Thanks are in order again, this spring! We'd like to thank Brad, Becky
and Pete for their $$$ donation that we were able to use for our annual springtime worming. Thanks again to Chrissy
for her wonderful pony blanket and tack contribution. We now have pony blankets that are even fancier than our horse
ones, not to mention the "Scottish Plaid" pony fly masks.......especially appealing to us, as we're a good part, Scottish......right
down to our name!
A HUGE thank you for the helpers on our spring workdate!!!
Hope to get up a few pictures, soon. Our good buddies: Mark and Ash, Kelly and Joe, Trista and Wyatt, Lena and
ourselves, managed to set up a huge outdoor arena, they got a hitching post put in for us (our 1st), bad boards replaced on
the outside of the barn and remounted feeders and doors adjusted and better latch systems, on the box stalls in the barn.
With all the hard times we all go through, there comes a time like this, when it makes it all worthwhile.
We recieved a donation today, that is above and beyond any expectation that we
may ever have had. Vic and Trish Thiedek will be heading for their new home in Tennessee next week. Trish
learned about us through our mutual friend/farrier, Kim Otterson. She had up to 2 horses/1 donkey that she asked
us to take on and place for her as the move would leave her with no time. She actually was able to place 2 in marvelous
homes by herself and in bringing the 3rd to us, today, she gifted us with a driving sulky and a much needed 2-3 horse, slant
trailer. I'm still pinching myself to know that I'm not dreaming!!! I hope she realizes what a gift this is.
Ours is so in need of repair and to have a back-up trailer is more than we could ever dream of.