Peanut is a favorite at our farm. Most of our large group of young equestrians have ridden him at one time or another. He has done a great deal of Parelli, and enjoys playing horse soccer with the big Parelli ball. In fact, he is one of the best horses at the game, using his whole head to move the ball across the field.
At 15 years old, he's too young for retirement (which he would hate). He needs new riders to love him like we do. So, we are leasing him, or offering him for sale to the right family.
Leasing is a great way to get started in equestrian sports. You get all the fun, with limited responsibility. Your child can take lessons on Peanut, then practice what they have learned in between lessons. It's a great way for new riders to improve their skills and have fun at the same time. And, if your child outgrows Peanut, then you can move on to another, larger horse later. Vet and farrier bills are covered by owner, so if the horse is injured or sick, the owner cares for him. Also the owner provides tack to those who lease. All you need are riding boots and a helmet. That is the fun of leasing rather than owning! Lease agreements are for 3-6 month periods. Leasing is $225 a month for 3 days a week, and $150 a month for 1 day a week. We would also consider selling Peanut to the right family for $2000. Email roamy2010 at gmail.com for more info.
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