Jennifer's Mountain Horse Farm

**Horses For Sale**

Jennifer Nichols

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Horses are up to date on vaccinations, hoof care and worming.
Keep checking back for new horses for sale!
Covenant's Code (Cody)
Sire:  Covenant     Dam:  
Riddle's Rebecca Lynn
SOLD:  Congrats to
Steve and Eve of CO!
FBF In It To Win It (Bailey)
Mare, 14.1H, DOB: 4/26/2008
Certified to breed KMSHA
Color:  Classic Champagne
Sire:  FBF Black Power
Dam:  Walker's Bit of Honey

Bailey is a beautiful and very loving
champagne mare.  
Bailey has been nice to handle on the
ground, and is doing great on the trail.  She
has a very forward walk, slow but sweet gait,
and will back up and yield hindquarters
easily.  I've had her out by herself on the
trail, and she has been watchful, but not
spooky.  She prefers to go out with other
horses, but will be by herself if asked.  I
would consider her a seasoned trail horse.
She does well in a bitless bridle, snaffle or
pelham bit.
Her ride up on the Grand Mesa (7.5 miles!)
was in a bitless headstall, and she led most
of the trail ride.  Great walk--picked her way
gently through the really rocky patches of

Clip of her on the Grand Mesa, 9/2017

Short video clip of her under saddle (this was
my 5th ride on her, taken 6/20/2017)
You Tube Video:

Fairwinds Sable Flirt (Flirt)
Sire:  RSR Sam's Sooner Warning
Dam:  Fairwinds Ice Coal
SOLD:  Congrats to David and
Margie of CO!
eMDee's Flash Dancer (Dani)
Sire:  eMDee's Silk Flashback     
Dam:  LS Stop the Music
SOLD:  Congrats to
Marianna of CO!
Fairwinds Crown Prince
Gelding, 14.1H, DOB: 4/12/2014
Registered RMHA
Color:  Chocolate
Sire:  RSR Sam's Sooner Warning
Dam:  RRF's Diamond in the

Prince is a stunning gelding with a
sweet disposition.  He had his first
30 days under saddle at a local
trainer's back in March 2017.  Once
I got him home, I began riding him
in the arena and out on the trail.  
He's been progressing nicely, and has
no issues going out by himself.  
His walk is a medium speed, and I'm
working to build up his musculature
to support his gait.  He's doing well
in his gait, and I'm very happy with
his progress.  I've had him out on
bigger trails with a couple of my
other horses, and he was really
great.  I usually ride him out on the 4
mile loop near my house by himself,
and he's never buddy sour.
Looking for someone who wants a
smaller horse.
FALL SALE:  New Price
July 2017
June 2017
July 2017
Jun 2017
September 3, 2017
Grand Mesa National Forest
Jun 2017