TNC Equine Center
Horse Sales

We have quality English and Western horses available year round for you to purchase. We do our best
to find calm, well mannered horses for your riding pleasure. Most of our horses come from people who
simply do not want to take the time to sell their horses and so they have us do it for them. We are
passionate about horses, we take pride in all that we do and we are committed to our customers to
provide excellent care and services.

For a small fee, we can also help you search for the right horse for you. If you don’t have time to do it
yourself, we would be glad to help. We are also available to go along with you to look at potential
horses you would like to buy. Contact us for more information.

Don't want to buy your own horse? Check out our leasing program. We have full and half lease options
available on good quality horses. Must be at least an advanced beginner rider and be able to tack up
and ride on your own in order to lease one of our horses. Anyone under age 14 who is leasing a horse
must be currently enrolled in riding lessons.
SALE POLICY

We feel that it is important for prospective buyers to understand TNC Equine Center's policies prior to purchasing a horse.
Over the years we have had, as every horse person has, good and bad experiences in buying and selling horses both
personally and for clients. With this in mind we have adopted the following policies in regards to our sales program.

  • TNC Equine Center does NOT do trial periods of any type. We may offer an on our property lease period, but we do
    not do trail periods off of our property.
  • No Deposits – We will not hold a horse for any reason.
  • Payment Forms – Cash ONLY.
  • Horses must be paid for at the time of purchase, not at the time of pick up or delivery. If payment is not made the horse
    is not considered sold.
  • All Vet examinations, if desired, will be done at TNC Equine Center. No exceptions. This protects both the buyer, seller
    and owner of the horse. Full payment is needed to hold the horse until the vet examination can be performed. for us.
    Checks must be performed within 5 days.

We are more than willing to work with you in purchasing your new horse, and feel that being upfront about our practices will
help to make your purchase a good one. I hope that this has given you some insight into our reasoning behind our policies,
and why we do things like we do. Please feel free to contact us with any questions that you may have.

We look forward to helping you find “Your Perfect Horse.”
For Sale
SOLD!  Daisy is a 6 year old 13.1hh welsh cross mare. Daisy was purchased to
be used as part of our lesson program, but was smaller than we realized and we
have no students small enough to really keep her going. We originally had
listed her for sale but a rider at our barn fell in love with her and has been
keeping her going. We are once again looking to find her a new home as the
rider is returning to school at the end of August and will not have time for her
anymore.

Daisy rides w/t/c and has jumped 2'6". She has been to a few schooling shows,
both hunter and dressage, and she does quite well off property. She's happy to
stand on the trailer or tied to it with a hay bag. She hacks out alone or with a
buddy. She has also recently been used for leadline/pony rides. This pony is
happy to go around with light contact, and is starting to understand and accept
more contact if you ask her for it. Most recently she has been focusing on
dressage with a goal of eventing.

Daisy is easy to catch in the field of mares she is turned out with. She typically
falls asleep on cross ties while getting groomed and really loves a good scratch.
She stands for farrier work, bathing, braiding, and clipping. She is a very easy
keeper, on free choice hay and a handful of grain twice a day (just so she
doesn't feel left out). She is also completely barefoot and has very nice feet.

Daisy Flat
Daisy Jumping
Daisy Leadline
SOLD!  Duchess is a 15.2h 7 year old Percheron cross mare with three
big, free moving gaits. She rides w/t/c, and will happily trot ground
poles, cross rails and small verticals. She is not herd-bound or mareish,
is happy to hack out alone, and very easy to catch in the field. She
lunges and works in a round pen, stands for grooming, bathing, farrier
work, etc., and is currently barefoot. She will even tie to the back of my
truck for bathing at our barn. Duchess is a quick learner and aims to
please.

Duchess has been to two dressage shows in her time with us so far and
done phenomenally at both. She recently received a 72.5% in USDF
Intro A. Duchess loads right on to the trailer and patiently stands on the
trailer or tied to it provided she has a buddy nearby. People always ask
if she is a Friesian, she is just that good looking.

She is an easy keeper, just a vitamin based feed and free choice hay.
Duchess has been ridden by a number of our advance-beginner w/t
riders and she has been considered a confidence builder at this level,
but needs an intermediate rider for w/t/c and jump.

I feel strongly that Duchess will make a phenomenal AA or YR mount for
someone looking to bring a horse up on their own, and in partnership
with a trainer. Training and showing will continue until she finds her next
partner, price will increase accordingly.

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