Author Archives: Little Kentucky Farm

Hidden Treasures With Deanie

Our new sale prospect Deanie may only be 3 years old with 4 career starts, but she is also like an onion with many layers of talent that I’ve been peeling back with each ride. She understands voice commands, neck … Continue reading

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It Doesn’t Happen Overnight

When my young prospects leave the track behind them and begin a new life as a show horse, there are many things I take into account for each individual horse.  Their physical make-up and their level of intelligence tells me … Continue reading

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3 Weeks After Leaving

We’ve added 3 YouTube links of Betsy on the HORSES FOR SALE page. It’s only been 3 weeks since leaving the track, and she has been living up to her proud Fort Prado bloodlines. She’s certainly a rising star. She is … Continue reading

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For Sale – Deanie

2013 Thoroughbred filly by Nobel Causeway. She has an incredible mind, very mature and extremely easy going. Not much rattles this girl, and much of it is contributed to her Natural Horsemanship training while she was running. All prospect prices … Continue reading

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Exciting Prospects For Sale!

We are pleased to have 2 new prospects here at the farm who have just retired from racing and are absolutely stunning. Both are eligible for the T.I.P, Future Event Horse and Young Event Horse competitions and awards. The first … Continue reading

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Prospects Arriving

New Thoroughbred prospects will be coming home mid-July. Prices start at $8200 and includes 30 days full board and full training. Lovely Thoroughbreds will be super candidates for the Young Event Horse and Future Event Horse series. Inquiries can contact … Continue reading

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Happiness Comes in Big Packages

Early this Spring, we prepared ourselves to say “good-bye” to Louis and for him to be shipped up north to his new home. But due to unforeseen circumstances, and maybe a bit of luck, it came to be that Lou … Continue reading

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