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
Pure Imagination (Betsy) – Perfect Lady’s Horse $9200
2013 Thoroughbred filly by Fort Prado, out of Ava Mae. Standing 16.1 hands with substantial bone, weight and impressive overall appearance that is eye catching. For a Thoroughbred she is on the heavier side for conformation, stout and sturdy.
Has begun jumping small fences that include flowers, Liverpool, oxers. Very willing and steady to and from the fence. Shows improvement each time out. Very exciting show prospect!
Registered with Thoroughbred Incentive Program and excellent mount for the Young Event Horse for the 2017 season.
Last raced on 7/12/2016, and retired with only 3 races. She never showed enough speed and is transitioning to the show world with a clean body and sound mind. Developing well on the flat, while starting trot and canter work over ground poles. Proving to have a mature and willing brain.
Betsy has zero vices, loves her food and is an easy keeper. An excellent horse for an experienced amateur, for example a woman who is ‘getting back into riding’. She is a bit of a kick ride currently, steady and sound. Betsy is a clean slate and could be developed to compete in Hunter-Jumpers, Eventing, and Dressage.
Splendor In The Grass (Deanie) – Future Eventing Star $9200
2013 Thoroughbred filly by Nobel Causeway, out of Paloma B. Currently standing 15.3 hands, and still growing – expected to max to 16.2 hands. Very elegant with the look of a future Eventer or Show Jumper. Deanie has many hours of Natural Horsemanship training.
Registered with Thoroughbred Incentive Program and eligible to compete in the Young Event Horse for the 2017 season.
4 career starts and retired from racing July 2016 and is transitioning into the show world with a sound body and mind. Deanie is another beautiful young Thoroughbred who is perfect for an experienced amateur to bring along. We think she is a perfect lady’s horse.
If you’re a lady looking to bring along a quiet and well started Thoroughbred, then Deanie is a very strong candidate. She is physically developing more topline muscle and continues to grow in height.
Eor The Terrific – Rare and Irreplaceable
2011, 17.3 hands, sired by Fort Prado, retired sound from racing in September 2014 and is currently competing at Novice Level Eventing. Registered in the Thoroughbred Incentive Program.
Excellent dressage scores from 20’s to low 30’s, with an excellent demeanor in the arena. Always a professional with zero vices.
A one of a kind horse with talent for Eventing or straight Dressage. Serious inquiries only. PRIVATE TREATY inquiry.
SOLD Little Kentucky Farm Horses
The Pioneer – SOLD