Our American Thoroughbreds have raced throughout the Northeastern United States. I emphasize that our Thoroughbreds are horses I know personally – some that I may have broken and galloped. Therefore, I have a genuine love and interest in the horse’s well-being and compatibility between prospective owners and horses will be determined via a pre-qualifying process. – Zeb Fry of Little Kentucky Farm
- A) 10K & Below
- B) 10K – 20K
- C) 20K – 30K
- D) 30K & Above
Eor The Terrific
Description: Eor The Terrific (Louis) is a 2011 Thoroughbred gelding, dappled gray with black points, currently standing slightly at 17.2+ hands (and growing). Impressively bred by Fort Prado, out of Tammy Terrific. Raced 4 times and retired sound September 2014.
Sire Fort Prado: http://www.buckpond.com/stallion_pages/fort_prado.html
Louis is a very big boned youngster, massive shoulder, clean and correct legs, size 3 hooves with excellent walls and angles. Gorgeous face and eye, correct angle of hip and stifle.
Current experience: In full training for Eventing, prepping for Young Event Horse and show jumping (2’11” – 3’3″). Lovely canter changes, goes through water, jump up and down banks, many hours trail ridden, schools weekly off the farm, working well off the leg to travel freely forward, leg yielding. Will be very competitive in the Dressage!
Comments from the Young Event Horse 2015:
Section I (In-hand): Powerful uphill type horse, strong, athletic, good angle in croup, big bone, tied in tight at knee, strong hind end, excellent feet, large over step, springy, big strong prospect.
Section II (Dressage Test): uphill mover, balanced, active hind end, steady, workmanlike, could be very good upper level eventer
Section III (Stadium & Cross Country): good jump technique, uses front/hind well, shows power and scope, large ground covering strides, jumps ditches/through water willingly, very balanced mover, untapped speed and power.
Priced in C Bracket. Price increases with further training and showing.
Fairhaven’s Phoenix – Intermediate Level Schoolmaster
Jockey Club registered name: New Delight
USEA registered name: Fairhaven’s Phoenix
Details: 1999, 16.1 hands chestnut Thoroughbred.
‘Nick’ has competed up to the Intermediate Level of Eventing and recently gave a 14 year old the opportunity to learn off of a schoolmaster and reach her personal goal. The rider not only got a chance to compete at Preliminary, but also gained mileage to make Young Riders!
Nick is now available to partner up with a new rider and show them the ropes. He is a cross country machine with a ton of heart and a point-and-shoot talent for fences. He has also been used to pony young horses and assist greenies on the cross country, giving both horses and riders confidence.
Brokered through Little Kentucky Farm, Nick is priced in the C Bracket and is open to reasonable offers! Call 404-202-4935 to schedule a ride.
SOLD Little Kentucky Farm Horses
The Pioneer – SOLD