Hello! Just wanted to give you an update on Shiloh. He has settled in, and is doing wonderfully! His personality makes him a favorite with the barn staff. I'm mostly doing ring work with him, and am concentrating on getting really comfortable at the walk and trot, and groundpoles and crossrails. He is great with all of this, and doesn't seem bothered by anything. We also go out on the bridle paths around the barn area, and he seems to love this. Thanks again for a wonderful buying experience, and for a great horse!! I really am thrilled with him.
Take care- Sandy C.
Dear Touch of Class Farm and Ebners,
I haven't been in touch, but want you to know how much I enjoy Sweet Poco Caballero. I bought him from you in May of 2006. He's a great fellow, willing to try anything and incredibly sensible. I've even participated in a local hunter pace. Safe guy! Thank you for such a great match!
Just wanted to let you know that Zippy is doing great and we love him. He settled into his new home nicely and seems happy and content. He loads, trailers, and ties like a champ, doesn't seem to care if he's alone or with another horse, and has been on some local trail rides, a pace in Unionville, and two shows. In June, he won walk/trot green horse/rider Pleasure and Equitation with mny friend Pat riding. Last Sunday, at another fun show, he won Intro A (65) and competed in Trail and 18'' Jumping. The dressage judge absolutely loved him. BTW, he's not being schooled in Dressage (yet) and has never ridden a test before. Yesterday he went to his first hunter pace in Unionville. It was a long ride with hills, mud, lots of riders and he handled it beautifully... hard to believe he's so young. We also took him toz show at Chico's (to watch) and he warmed up witht the team penners and met cows... he would love chasing cows. He takes everything in stride and has amazing focus for such a young horse. We're taking it slow... he's such a good boy... up to anything we need or want him to do. Zippy is our "One Time" horse... show him one time and he's got it... what a guy! Hope all is well at Touch of Class Farm!