Sara adopted Harley from Misfit Toys Rescue Division in the spring of 2019.
He has been DNA tested to confirm he is a Saddlebred and we know he worked for the Amish for a spell but that's all we know for sure.
We believe Harley to be around 20 years young! He certainly doesn't act his age and is great at getting into mischief. He is a ham, sweet and loves people. He has all the buttons that lead us to believe he was a show horse in his younger days and probably a darn good one!
His name is Harley because he has a big motor. If you ask him to go he immediately moves forward with a purpose. If you ask him to stop, sit back because he has amazing brakes! He feels like riding a big show horse and he is as honest as the day is long.
Zip is a 2001 model American Quarter Horse.
Evie took riding lessons on him and then leased him over the course of a couple years. Then On Christmas Eve 2017 he was given to her.
Zip has done many things in his life. He started off as a reining horse, he has been a trail horse, taught lessons and camps, worked cows, jumped and done dressage.
He is what we call a "good soldier" sweet, even tempered and up to do whatever you ask of him. Although he will make faces when you give him a bath! He is great for beginners to learn to steer and post on but he can give you some of that Quarter Horse get up and go if you want it.