ASKING FOR BEST OFFER OVER $2,500 UNTIL BRIE HAS MORE
TRAINING IN 2012.
This filly is Cheyadow's Passion Brie Z or Brie.
Her sire Jay is our cremello stallion, Baptiste Jay Cheyadow. Her dam is our mare Poppy or Frazier's Passion N Pride.
Both parents are here at the farm, until sold, so folks can see all three are very calm, happy and mellow horses.
I bought her dam in 2009 because I liked Poppy so much. Then I bought Brie as a coming yearling
that following winter then I went on to buy Jay in early 2010 from the same farm in Wenatchee. All three are lovely
horses that love people.
Brie is two in 2011 and already around
15H so she should mature around 15.1H+ at least so has some size to her so even a tall man can ride her. Nice sized
filly and she is growing like a weed.
She is sweet, mellow, tall and happy. Just a nice filly you
can touch anywhere, lead from both sides, moves away from pressure, backs up from hand pressure, wears a saddle and surcingle,
loads and hauls, stands quietly at hitching post, trims, sacks out on both sides, trained from both sides since a weanling
so she is used to that, nothing scares her, etc.
See her videos
to the right. This is how Miss Brie is every day and not a fluke. Just a nice filly with no issues so will make
a lovely broodmare, riding horse or a gorgeous show horse. She has all the foundation she needs to excel in anything
with her great brains, bone and halter conformation.
We took Brie
to her first show in October 2010 and she did well in her halter class for never having been off the farm. I think she
placed third out of five if I remember right. I let someone else show her so I could take some fuzzy photos of her in
her winter woolies. I was more interested in seeing how Brie did with the show with people mauling her and seeing
wheel chairs foir the first time, etc. Golad to announce that nothing fazes this cutie. She took the show
and the maulings all in like she had been showing all her life. I was very proud of her that day with 4H kids leading
her around from the wrong side (good thing we train that too) and stopping to let everyone pet her. She liked everyone
and everything she saw so Brie will make one heck of a calm trail horse or a calm show horse or a kid and husband safe show
horse down the road. She will also have nice, calm foals too.
UPDATE: We took Brie to the Spokane Fair in September 2011 and she did well with that show too. Still destined to be
a calm show horse or trail horse. Hahahaha.
See a video below of Brie as a weanling and her dam zooming
around a bull pen below. I took this the day I bought her dam and worked on finances to buy Brie as a training horse
I thought she would make a nice big hunt seat and Western mare. But she
also has enough trot for Dressage too with nice float and extension. This filly has some very versatile lines so train
her your way as she has all the ground work since we brought her and her dam home when Brie was a weanling.
Her price will go up as we
get more training into her in 2012. Will trade Brie for a bumper pull two horse trailer or horse hay delivered
and stacked if small bales or round bales of horse quality hay. I will not trade her for other horses so thanks in advance.
Nothing that eats or needs more training please so what do you have?
Call Margo at 509-796-2140 please leave a message if I
am out working horses. Email is best at dragoonfr @ hotmail.com (remove spaces before emailing).
Click here to go back to Our Mares page.
|Brie in February 2010 in her winter woolies
|copyright www.dragoonstudios.net 2009