Last updated on 7/4/2016
Airosa en la Colina
Airosa is a stylish line-back dun with a superb conformation. She was born, raised and trained using the Natural Horsemanship Method here on our ranch. We still have her sire and dam available to see. Airosa was striking as a filly from day one and continues to be as a mature mare. We used to watch her corto across the pasture when she was just a few weeks old and commented how gracefully she moved. She appeared as though she was gliding across glass and we looked forward to the day we could enjoy her ride. She has proven to be just as smooth as we expected. She has nice slow corto and easily walks on a loose rein. Airosa has been ridden many miles on the trails and will be the leader or a follower in a group of riders. She has an easy-going disposition and gets along well with others in the pasture. If you are a novice or above rider you will certainly enjoy her responsiveness under saddle and her finger-tip control. She has courteous ground manners, she stands pleasantly for the farrier and bathing, and she loads easily. She is up to date on her vaccinations, has a negative Coggins, and she has been trimmed every 6 to 7 weeks since she was a yearling. Come check out Airosa is you're looking for an attractive Paso Fino with a comfortable ride.
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Condessa del Colina
Condessa is an attractive dark bay mare with black points and a small white star. She was a very stylish filly at birth and continues to be quite the sophisticated mare. We could easily envision her being someone’s forever horse. She is extremely intelligent and has certainly been a pleasure to train. Condessa was raised from birth and trained using Natural Horsemanship methods. Condessa is very personable and desires to be with you on the ground. She consistently comes to you regardless of what size pasture she is in and regardless of how many other horses she is with. She is not the dominant mare in the pasture and she gets along really well with both mares and geldings. She will easily walk on a loose rein and will transition into a smooth slow corto. She has been ridden miles and miles both alone and with other horses. She has been regularly ridden one to three times weekly during this past winter and spring. Intermediate riders with soft hands will certainly enjoy riding Condessa, but she’s not recommended for a beginner. She is courteous on the ground, stands calmly for bathing, clipping and trimming. She behaves like a lady for the farrier, loads pleasantly in a trailer and is up to date on vaccinations with a current negative Coggins test. Condessa is a refined trail horse that you can enjoy for many years to come. If you enjoy leisurely relaxing trail riding and are self-assured in the saddle Condessa is definitely the right horse for you.
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