We are proud to offer well-schooled Thoroughbred horses for the discriminating rider and competitor. All of our sales prospects are evaluated for soundness and suitability for their discipline. Twin Springs Farm prides itself on matching the horse with the rider for a perfect pair.
All of our sales horses are ridden extensively on the farm and out on the trails. Many have show experience.
2006 TB gelding. Scopey at 3 foot–no stops. Excellent on the trails and schools well over cross country. A talented horse, can take you places! $8,000
This is a gorgeous 16-3H dark bay 2003 gelding who needs some reschooling. This is a professional’s horse. Sir Will initially was purchased for $60,000 as a 2 yo –he was show hunter bred by the stallion Not Surprised by Never Bend. His mother was Millie by Free Asa Eagle—who was also a hunter sire. At 4 he competed at the Kentucky National and got fourth out of >100 competitors. He then went the way of different trainers and tried to be sold but was a handful. His jumping was good –just tired of the lead changes and bucked a bit. He prefers to be outside. We have let him be a horse–fixed his feet and injected hocks and he looks to be well and able now. We have ridden him a few times but he is not ready yet to go back to showing. Clean hock xrays. $5000.
Lovely 2004 15.2 hh chestnut Florida bred OTTB mare, nice mover, well bred for sport. Calm disposition, willing to please. Appropriate for a petite adult. Her sire, Migrating Moon, is a known sporthorse producer. Won her last race at Fingerlakes track on October 31, 2012, retired sound after winning over 70K in earnings, vetted out with an all clear for any discipline. This mare s a 10 mover, with a lovely neck and shoulder connection. She has really blossomed after leaving the track, with a sensible mind and a willing attitude. She will be a star! $2500.
2000 15.3hh chesnut Thoroughbred mare. Very athletic pretty mover and jumper. She is petite and quick minded. In 2005 she completed a recognized event placing 4th after dressage and one stop XC (first event) kept her from finishing on her dressage score.
At Hunter Oaks HT in July 2014 Happy placed 2nd in starter division. She did wonderful job–positive and mannerly –jumped all the jumps with ease.
She is a fun interactive mare and needs a rider with sensitivity. If you are looking for a sound, athletic horse to compete with a hotter temperament this mare is for you. $2500
9 yo 15.2hh Thoroughbred chesnut mare. This mare has been easy to break and train. She rides well on trails, started over little jumps and soft in the bridle. She learns quickly and is calm by nature. She is now jumping small cross rails and really coming along! $2500