Tanya & Sadie
Tanya and Sadie are Percheron horses and full sisters. Sadie is slightly taller at 17.2 hands, Tanya is 17.1 hands. Tanya and Sadie are very hard workers and very good at what they do. Join us in a sleigh or wagon ride to see them in action! Please use this link to read about Tanya and Sadie's famous grandfather, Blackhome Grandeur Lyn.
Dakota was born in 2005 and is a pinto. Dakota stands 15 hands two inches and is dark brown and white. Dakota is fast becoming a favorite trail horse at Cornerstone because of his sweet and willing personality!
Hope was born at Cornerstone Ranch in 2008. Her mom is Ginger and her dad is Kidder. We are so happy with our little gal, Hope. he is one of the sweetest horses we have ever had the privilege to work with. If you are lucky enough to ride Hope you will surely agree she is a sweetie! Hope has sparkly blue eyes.
Hercules a Hafflinger gelding born in 2004. Hercules' color is sorrel and he is 14 hands, 1 inch tall. Hercules came to us from a rescue in PA. He is believed to have been used to plow fields. We are not sure if Hercules had been ridden before coming to us, but he is taking to it really well and is a joy to work with!
I'm Justa Kid, "Kidder” was born on February 24, 2005. He is a registered Pony of America's (POA) gelding. Kidder's coloring is a leopard appaloosa (spots everywhere!). Kidder is 14 hands tall. He is an absolute joy to be around! Please use this link to the Pony of America Club (POAC), to learn more about the Pony of America's.
Dusty was born on March 22, 1998. He is a registered Hafflinger gelding. Dusty's color is sorrel. Dusty is 14 hands tall. Please use this link to the American Hafflinger Registry (AHR) to learn more about the Hafflinger breed.
Shiloh is a Pony of America's (POA) mare born in 1996. Shiloh's coloring is bay with spots and some roaning (white hair mixed in). Shiloh measures thirteen hands, two inches. Shiloh is fun to ride and is very smart and willing. Please use this link to the Pony of America Club (POAC) to learn more about the Pony of America's.
Happy is a Quarter Horse born in 1998 gelding. Happy's coloring is bay. Happy is a coppery, reddish color with black points. Happy measures sixteen hands, two inches. Happy is fun to ride as he is well mannered and his gaits are very smooth. Please use this link to the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA), to learn more about the Quarter Horse breed
Louie s a Mustang gelding born in 1994. Louie's coloring is liver chestnut. Louie is very gentle and is fun to ride. He is very handsome with his four high white sox and his broad blaze. Louie measures fourteen hands, one inch. Please use this link to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), to learn more about the American Mustang.
Ginger is an Appaloosa mare born in born in 2000. Ginger's coloring is buckskin with spots. Ginger measures fourteen hands, two inches. Ginger is fun to ride and is a great riding lesson horse. Please use this link to the Appaloosa Horse Club, to learn more about the Appaloosa breed.
Friar Tuck Hanover, “Tucker" is a registered Standardbred gelding, born in 1996. Tucker's color is dark bay 14 hands, 1 inch tall. Tucker is a an accomplished and well known harness racing horse whose last career was certifying harness race jockeys. Please use this link to the for the United States Trotting Association (USTA) to learn more about the Standardbred racing. Tucker is fun to ride and drive.
Apache is pinto gelding born in born in 2010. Apache's measures fourteen hands, three inches. Apache is fun to ride and is learning new things.
Target, is a registered Spotted Draft Horse gelding. Target is very large, standing close to 17 hands tall. He is pinto colored and was born in the year 2006. Target is fun to ride and drive and is difficult to keep clean with all his white markings! Visit the North American Spotted Draft Horse Association to learn more about the spotted draft horse breed.
Pedro is donkey gelding. He was born in born in 2005 and he is very brave. Please give Pedro attention when you visit because he is also very affectionate. Visit the American Donkey Association to learn more about Donkeys and Mules.
You've got a high tenor, lead tenor, baritone and bass. Make sweet music with these four singing horses.
WARNING: SMILE GUARANTEED.