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
NEW Prospect – Handsome Jake $12,000
2013 gelding by Fort Prado, 17.1 hands and raced only 2 times. Very slow on the track, so unnecessary to push him to be something that he is not.
Jake has a beautiful temperament and eye popping movement that covers ground. He certainly has the stuff to be an upper level performance horse in Eventing, Jumpers or straight Dressage.
He’s kind enough for an experienced amateur or a professional to develop to the top.
More photos and video to come in the future. PLEASE only serious buyers.
Eor The Terrific – Amateur’s Dream Horse
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, and recent high point winner of the Open Novice division of the February Poplar Place Farm Trials. Winning on his dressage score of 28.
Louis really proved himself at the March trials, first scoring a 21 for a gorgeous test. We finished on a 29 and once again he has the honor of winning the Thoroughbred Incentive Award.
A lovely guy with a sweet demeanor. They don’t get much kinder than this.
Excellent dressage scores from 20’s to low 30’s, with an excellent demeanor in the arena. Always a professional with zero vices. Currently competing at Novice, with plans on moving up to Training Level in 2017. Confidently schooling 3’3″ fences at home, making light of it going over the novice heights in competition.
A one of a kind horse with talent for Eventing or straight Dressage. Serious inquiries only. $28K
SOLD Little Kentucky Farm Horses
The Pioneer – SOLD