Horse Acquisition Services
Looking for your next partner?
Whether your goal is to hack around the arena safely or to win at the FEI level, our time in the business has earned the trust of amateurs and professionals alike.
"Horse shopping can be stressful and scary. Don't venture into the unknown alone. Because we know that where a horse comes from matters, my team sources horses through relationships that I have spent many years developing. I'll guide your buying decisions using my vast experience in the industry to find your perfect match.
Many of my clients end up raising their goals and reaching higher levels of performance, confidence, and fun than they ever dreamed. I can't wait to help you to meet your new partner."
- Jeanie Clarke
A REAL LIFE UNICORN!!!
Quiote Stonewall Jackson is a 2010, 16.1 1/2 hh, Holsteiner gelding.
He has literally done it all! Show jumped to 1.25m, evented training level, and has been very competitive at 3rd level dressage.
"Wylie" is kind, calm, scopey, and easy. He is smooth to sit and light to ride, having been beautifully trained on the flat. He hacks out nicely alone and with others.
He has no vices, no history of injury or illness, and is just easy in every way to have in the barn.
Price Category: C
Tall, dark and handsome but without a whiff of danger.
Spirit is a 2017 imported ISH gelding by Spirit House XX out of a Voltaire mare.
He has three beautiful gaits, is supple and responsive, and has a lovely light mouth. He is kind and calm, totally non-spooky, and has a generous and cheerful personality.
He has started popping small jumps and is calm and happy as usual. His breeding suggests great scope.
He’s ready to do more and we shall see what he brings to the table - with such a big guy I have been in no hurry. He is a great prospect for Eventing, hunters, and dressage.
Price Category: B
High-Quality Young Horse to Point At FEI Levels
Leo: 2017 Imported ISH gelding, 16.2, by Corelli Bravo (Cavalier Royale)/Atlantic Cruise.
This is a quality young horse with a great brain and all the potential he needs to go to the FEI levels in eventing.
Brave, calm, trainable, and personable. As his pedigree suggests he will get you to the other side of the jumps!
He is going to his first schooling shows this winter and is the same good horse off-property as he is at home.
He is totally non-spooky, jumps the water tray and all fillers at the shows, and is a straightforward and fun horse to have around.
He is appropriate for a YR or an amateur to finish producing in a program, but also interesting for a professional.
Price Catagory: B
Professionals - Have a look here!
2015 Imported, German Sport Horse Gelding, 15.3 h, Acordelli/Royaldik.
Toni is a beautiful horse with top-class movement and scope. He is smart, sharp and talented - this horse is a good prospect for a professional to take up the levels in show jumping or dressage.
Price Catagory: B
The type of prospect that EVERYONE wants.
Zelda: 2017 Irish/TB mare by Flagmount’s Freedom out of a good TB mare.
Lovely mover, up-hill build and balance, and recently started by a good professional. She has gone XC schooling and proven brave and happy with all the questions.
She is green for her age due only to getting a late start, which in my opinion is no problem at all - she has grown an inch in the last 5 months and has more growing to do, so there is no rush. She loves to work and is ready to go and do for her next owner.
She has all the ingredients to become a good event horse and would also make a good re-sale project.
Price Catagory: A
Pocket Rocket with a BIG Future
2016, 15h dark bay ISH mare, "Donnybrook's Grace O'Malley."
Grace is proudly bred in the USA. She is the youngest in a small but well-established breeding program that has produced nearly twenty years' worth of good, solid event horses with great brains. The breeder's goal is to breed quality horses that will be happy and successful eventing with their amateur owners. Grace is just that.
Grace is competing at BN (unrecognized - there are tons of good schooling shows in Ocala) and is ready to go on with a young rider or an adult amateur.
We started her carefully, bringing her out XC schooling on a rope to build her confidence before we got on and pointed her at jumps, but it was immediately clear that XC is her birthright, so we tacked her up and she proceeded to bop happily around the venue, jumping all the things like an old pro.
She is confident and uncomplicated. She loves to work and has a big motor in her small body, with more go than whoa. She is not nervous or hot. We have put our students on her for lessons and XC schooling and she is the same hard-working horse for them as she is for us.
In dressage, she is a good mover and has a good presence in the ring. She is easy to ride on the bit and knows her basic lateral and suppling movements.
In showjumping, she is brave and uncomplicated - handles the environment and jumps the fillers without batting an eye.
At shows, she stands tied to the trailer, is relaxed in the warm-up, and enjoys her days out. She is the same horse as she is at home. She ships and travels well.
Grace is still green with less than a full year of work under her belt, but she is ready for more and is appropriate for a young rider or an amateur to produce with the guidance of a trainer. Her training to date has been conventional and clear - she does good groundwork, longes well, hacks out, and knows her job. She could live in the backyard and ship out for lessons, or she could live in a busy training barn. She is ready to start her career.
She currently lives out with a few other horses. She also lives easily in a stall/paddock situation, as that is our routine during the winter season when the facility is full. She is a casual cribber - you can control it with a collar if desired. She is barefoot and up to date on vaccines, teeth, and Coggins. She is on Regumate, as are most of our competition mares.
Price Category A