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ROL Cylent Alarm

Cylent Alarm, "Opie", is an in-your-pocket horse. He loves attention and has a playful personality. He greets you at the gate and is always ready to ride.  He has perfect Sport Horse confirmation combined with a gorgeous Arabian head and really thick long tail.  He looks beautiful in the show ring.


He is ready to show 2nd level Dressage. He is in training with Lindsay Cooper, who is polishing all the 3rd level movements, because I was not working on 3rd level when I had him at home. I was mainly focusing on learning  2nd level by riding in several clinics and taking lessons on him.  I also took him on trail occasionally. I have decided to focus on training with my home-bred mares and want Opie to go to a home where he will receive the attention and time he deserves. He has an extensive show record and has been shown by trainers, adult amateurs and junior riders and traveled as far away as Scottsdale and Canadian Nationals.  In dressage he showed at both Arabian and Open shows with his Junior riders. He is currently in training at Kismet Sporthorses with Silver Medalist, Lindsay Cooper. Please contact Lindsay Cooper at Kismet Sporthorses 817-944-5886 with any questions or to set an appointment to see him.  See his video below.


 


* Foaled May 2007

* 15 hands

* Junior Rider earned her Bronze Medal in Dressage

* Shown dressage Training through 3rd level by Junior riders

* Currently in Training with Dressage Silver Medalist, Lindsay Cooper at Kismet Sporthorses in Boyd, TX

* Champion in 26 Hunter Pleasure classes 2011 through 2014 

* In Hunter - Top 10 Youth Nationals - 13 and Under, Us Nationals - Top 10 AAOTR, Scottsdale - Champion AAOTR age 36-54, Canadian Nationals - Reserve Champion Jr Horse


Cylent Alarm training with Lindsay Coope

Check out this great video

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WWA Jesse James

  • 15.2 hands, 1050 lbs, Russian/Polish Arabian Gelding
  • Strong, muscular build, with perfect legs and hooves
  • Over 10 yrs experience trail riding every week
  • Foaled 3/12/2003
  • Same owner since age 3
  • Professionally trained at Spirit of Texas Arabians, he has been with us 13 years
  • Never lame, never had an illness, colic or injury
  • 2008 to 2012 he completed 10 25-mile endurance rides and 1 50-mile ride, placing 1st heavyweight, 7th overall in the 50
  • After April 2012 we retrained him to be a solid trail horse



Jesse is a well-trained trail horse with a lot of experience. He is a really fun horse to trail ride and take on trips. He is a big, powerful Arabian that knows his job.  He is best suited to an intermediate rider who likes an athletic horse. You can go on a quiet trail ride crossing creeks, wooden bridges and opening and closing gates or enjoy a big trot or gallop on trail. He has hauled and camped out at endurance rides and scenic trail rides in the forests of east Texas, the Texas Hill Country, rocky areas in northeastern Oklahoma and a large ranch next to the Santa Fe National Forest. For the past few years he has been trail ridden at the LBJ Grasslands, where we regularly see deer, armadillos, cattle, etc. He loads and hauls fine. He is great in a group and will lead, follow or go in the middle. If you plan to ride him alone you must be a confident rider. He is the alpha horse in the pasture, but not aggressive unless the other horse stands up to him. We pamper our horses, so he is used to treats, winter blankets, warm baths, clipping, etc. He is very happy and trusting and will come to you in the pasture. He eats and drinks really well on trips and can be an easy keeper at home if you don’t keep him ridden. His owner now has health issues and can no longer ride him. He is too young and fit to retire, so he is for sale to someone that will appreciate him as much as we do and treat him just as well. The saddle in the video is his personal saddle and fits him perfectly. It is a Sharon Saare, DD Tree with a 16 inch seat and can be purchased with the horse. The biothane tack and bit can also be purchased with him. 

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Liberty & On Trail Video

Jesse James at Liberty in our outdoor arena and being ridden on the LBJ National Grasslands trails just outside our gate.

Jesse James Practicing our Obstacle Course

Jesse practicing a few of our working equitation obstacles - the wooden bridge, the slalom and the barrels. See how good he stands for mounting and dismounting - very important for the trails.

SOLD 2018

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HK Kaliente

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· Confident, In-your-pocket, Trail Horse

· 14.3 hands, substantial build with a wide chest and hindquarters and a beautiful arched neck

· Foaled 6 / 10 / 2003

· Currently being trail ridden frequently  at the LBJ Grasslands and practicing trail obstacles


 Kalie will trot towards you in the pasture and will whinny for her dinner. She has been owned by the same woman since birth and has a lot of trust in people. She is confident on the trail and will cross through or over anything. She is sensitive to seat and leg cues and is easy to collect. So, she is not for a beginner, but an intermediate rider will have a blast. She started her riding career with a dressage trainer in 2012, who showed her to a Reserve Championship in Sport Horse In-hand. But afterwards her owner, who is an experienced trail rider, mainly rode her on the trail. Her owner now rides gaited horses, so she has put her in training to help her find a forever home with someone that is looking for a great trail partner for lots of new adventures. She would also be really fun to show in Western Dressage or Working Equitation. She has beautiful self-carriage and is very responsive to cues. She reins back easily, will side pass, turn on the forehand, and turn on the hindquarters, which all come in handy opening and closing gates and maneuvering through obstacles. She is good with the farrier, tacking up, bathing and hauling. She has very good confirmation and movement for breeding also, with many famous horses in her pedigree including *Muscat, Kilimandscharo, GG Jabask+/, *Bask++, Naborr and Gai Parada+++/. Her sire was Russian. Her dam is Polish / Crabbet. We think she would produce great dressage and sport horse foals. See more photos & her video below.

Video of Kali

  

See Kali at Liberty, practicing obstacles and trail riding. Watch how smooth her gaits are and how responsive she is to very light cues. Her collected trot  is easy to sit.

SOLD 2018

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TAMAR ALL THAT N MORE


· Top 10 at US Nationals Hunter Pleasure Jr Horse, Top 3 in Region 9, Multi-Champion Class A

· Straight Russian Mare by Neposzar+ out of a *Padron daughter

· 15.1 hands, large bodied, substantial build 1000 lbs

· Stunning beauty with correct athletic confirmation and great legs and hooves

· Show Horse on a Budget!

· Breeders Sweepstakes

· Foaled 10 / 2 / 2005

· Currently in basic dressage training and training for trail riding

See More Photos Of Tara Below