VPF sold more than 24 horses in 2017-2018 in all price ranges — let us help market your star!
Walterway's Silk Tie
3/13/2007 ASB Chestnut Gelding
(Star Material x Callaway's Fine As Silk)
This bold, beautiful gelding is a show ring veteran. Successfully competed in the park pleasure, show pleasure and pleasure driving divisions, “Silky” has found Texas very much to his liking and offers great opportunity to own a very nice show horse for a reasonable price. He is safe, sound and ready to enter the division of your choice.
3/30/2004 ASB Black Mare
(London Times x Xena)
Black Heiress is a big-going, attractive mare with loads of show ring experience. She’s been very successful in the Show and Park Pleasure divisions in show rings around the country with juvenile and adult riders. Safe, sound and every inch a show horse, this wonderful mare is dialed in and ready for the 2019 show season. She is trainer-owned and priced to sell.
Lord Of The Glen
5/8/2006 ASB Chestnut Gelding
(Michael O Magic x Co-Ed's Lady)
Here is the PERFECT first fine harness horse. With a wall full of blue ribbons in the Amateur and Open Fine Harness divisions, this beautiful individual is naturally gifted with great motion front and back, has excellent manners and is a delight to work. He’s a blast to drive and ride, flat walks with ease and has years of winning ahead of him.
No Monkey Business
4/25/2011 ASB Chestnut Gelding
(Mountjoy's Knight x Mountjoy's Whiskey Girl)
One of the top young fine harness horses as a 3- and 4-year-old, No Monkey Business has matured into a big, bold horse with loads of personality and athleticism. Under saddle or in harness, this expressive gelding has impeccable manners and is suited to a variety of divisions. Shown very little due to trainer commitments, No Monkey Business is priced to sell.
Cloverleaf Heart Of Freedom
5/23/2011 ASB Chestnut Mare
(CH Cloverleaf Freedom Writer x Dear Heart BKO)
This lovely mare is equipped with all the "right stuff” to be a top juvenile or ladies mount. She has good motion on both ends, perfect manners and wears her bridle easily. “Lily” flat walks, canters in a teacup and has the desired cadence for an equitation mount. Patient and kind, this mare is suited for a variety of jobs, Due to owner challenges, Lily has low-miles; she’s sound and ready for the coming show season.