Earlymorningrain – NEW! Big teddy bear. Uncomplicated to ride. Very laid back and sweet. Year Foaled: 2016 Height: 16.3 hh Color: Dark Bay Sex: Gelding Price: $3,750 Earlymorningrain is a 2016, dark bay Thoroughbred gelding. He is a huge 16.3 hands tall and could grow even more. ‘Rain’ is a very well-built boy. If you are looking for a big …
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Bits & Bytes Farm has hosted clinics with top-level professionals this spring and summer. Our next pro is none other than Lynn Symansky, a member of the gold-medal-winning, US 3-Day Eventing Team at the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru. Lynn will be doing a clinic for us at Bits & Bytes Farm in October.
Dreaming of owning your own RV? Here is your chance. This low mileage 24 foot Class C RV is in excellent shape and needs only your personal camping gear to head to the mountains, the beach or a football game. It features a well equipt gallery and a full private bath with tub/shower, toilet and sink and room to sleep six. Take a tour inside and give us a call if you are ready to hit the road. SOLD!
https://www.thoroughbred-horses-for-sale.com/horses/dudes-first-lady/Dude’s First Lady is a 2016 bay Thoroughbred filly with a lot of growing still to do. She is already 16 hands and just lightly raced. ‘Dude’ is clean-legged and vice-free. She is a super cool horse to be around. She is well manned on the ground and even when being galloped on the racetrack. She …
Exploding Lucy is a 2016, 16’2 hand chestnut filly who is still growing. This girl is the complete package. Lucy is easy to ride and also has perfect manners around the barn. She is from a great family known for its gentle laid-back disposition and trainability. This girl is really sweet and special. She is the full sister of Justnamehimeddie and Made In Her Image who we sold in the last year.
Introducing Thoroughbreds, or any horse to x-country fences, the first time can be both exciting and scary for the horse. This training note walks you through a process that is methodical and well thought out to make the learning fun and not over stimulating — while building the confidence of both the horse and the riders.