Priced for quick sale - all reasonable offers considered. Due to time constraints no videos are available. Horses will be sold on a first come, first serve basis to good homes only.
Out of 15 horses Atlantic Equine Services, LLC has ever sold 13 are still with the owners they were sold to and have forever homes.
Mellow Dawn 1988 16 hand bay registered Thoroughbred mare. This mare was imported from Canada and after a successful racing career has gone on to be an extremely successful broodmare. Dawn is approved Dutch and 1/2 point away from being approved Holsteiner. One more first premium Holsteiner foal and she's in. At the age of 20, Dawn was the oldest horse at the American Warmblood Registry inspection in Greensboro, NC and received a First Premium score of 7.3 that earned her reserve champion of the division. The judge stated "Now I really like this mare. Let's all hope we look and feel this good when we are Dawn's age! She is an exceptional example of a Thoroughbred used for sport horse breeding".
RDEDUCED 2,000.00 for Dawn in foal to My Rugged Destiny SOLD
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Mellow Dawn and her red dun filly Scarlet. Foaled April 22, 2007. Shown in this photo at two days old SOLD
A Sonata for Cory 1999 APHA 16 hand sorrel tobiano mare. Beautiful head, large boned and bodied, pretty mover, sweet. Has had three healthy foals. Throws size and color. Sound for light riding, although has not been ridden for awhile. Trail rode quietly in the mountains before having foals. Sets up like a halter or showmanship horse, lunges to voice commands. She is in foal and due 2/11/2010. Her foal is eligible for the APHA Breeder's Trust program.
$3,200.00 for A Sonata for Cory in foal to My Rugged Destiny
Lukes Formal Wear 2005 16.2 hand dark bay AQHA MBNA Racing Challenge Appendix filly out of LJJ Luke. This filly is elegant, bold, and sweet. "Leila" ties, clips, loads, lunges off voice commands, stands for vet/farrier. Leila has had a year and a half of professional training. She has quietly shown with professional, amateur, and junior riders. Leila wins top ribbons at both AQHA and USEF "C" shows in hunter in hand, showmanship, hunter under saddle, equitation on the flat and over fences, hunter hack, and various over fences classes in the two foot division. Leila is honest and correct with a willingness to please. She has a natural lead change and is ready to move up to the 2'6 division with the right rider. Leila could also excel at lower level dressage or eventing. If you are looking for a top notch all around show horse who will also be your best friend, Leila is for you. Don't miss this opportunity to own a horse with world champion bloodlines and unlimited potential!
Acorn Hollow 1999 16.3 hand bay registered Thoroughbred mare. Acorn is a gorgeous mare that makes you stop and watch when she moves. Make her your show horse and/or broodmare. She gets in foal easily, is sound barefoot, and is tons of fun to ride. Before pregnancy, Acorn was started over fences and was professionally schooled in dressage until about her 8th month. Acorn comes on the bit easily, does leg yield and shoulder in, and is just the right amount of forward. She loves attention and needs her own person to dote on her. Don't let this opportunity pass you by. Some people only dream of owning a horse like this. Acorn's foal will be registered AQHA (Incentive Fund nominated) and AWR.
Acorn Hollow and her chestnut filly Samantha. Foaled May 12, 2007 Shown in this photo at two days old.
LJJ Luke 2000 15.3 hand black AQHA Incentive Fund mare. Won hunter under saddle futurities before I purchased her and is now showing 1st level dressage. This mare wins first or second every time she shows. This is a serious opportunity for someone who wants to compete for the all breeds awards. Luka is light and sensitive to the aids, which makes her easy and fun to ride. Luka is a quick learner, a lovely mover, and has a "workaholic" attitude. She has been professionally trained to fourth level under the watchful eye of a Grand Prix trainer and USET member. Leg yield, shoulder in, haunches in, half pass, trot and canter lengthening, trot stretch, walk/canter, trot/halt - you name it she does it willingly and with ease.