Here at Three Feathers, our horses are like part of the family! We keep our numbers low in order to have hands-on contact with each of them daily. We usually only breed a couple of mares each year, so have limited horses offered for sale. Although small in number, we have sold horses here in the US as well as overseas. We are familiar with the import/export process and do everything possible to make it a smooth and easy transition for the horses to get to their new homes, wherever they go - near or far. Many of our clients have told us how much it means to them to be able to find a horse for their family or breeding program that has had the wonderful start we give them here at Three Feathers. We are there for their births and part of their family from the minute they enter the world. They are loved and taught proper manners and respect, just as they receive in their own horse family. Our horses have grown up loving and respecting their human companions, and that is the best start they could ask for in their life's journey. It will set them up for success no matter where they go or what discipline they end up in, whether it be top level showing and competition, breeding mare or family trail horse. Admittedly, curly horses make it easy...but the love and early training we give them here at Three Feathers is the cherry on top!
All horses sold from Three Feathers have been loved and taken excellent care of since the day they were born.They have lived as close to a natural life for horses as possible in a domestic situation. They have large pastures where they can run and play, are exposed to all sorts of wild animals like deer and turkey running around on a daily basis. They have all been exposed to water crossings in our creeks and streams, vehicles like trucks, tractors and 4-wheelers, etc. They can be touched and handled anywhere on their bodies- no sensitive areas. They will have excellent ground manners and have received excellent hoof and natural health care. So far, we have sold all of our horses before they are an appropriate age to train for riding (we recommend not starting them for riding until they are 4 years old - check back soon for a great article and research on the subject coming soon!) What is it worth to get a horse with no bad habits to over come, no ill-feelings and nothing but love and respect for their human companions? A horse that is ready for the next step - to be your special horse and partner!!