Have you ever wanted a have a horse, to treat as yours, without any expense? Well here's your CHANCE. Twelve months ago I found someone to ride my Palomino colt. This person is going well and we are very happy with her efforts. I also have a 2 1/2 year old quarter horse colt. Mega Kool Colonel (CHANCE). He was born and raised on our property and has been handled regularly but not as often as I would have wished. He has had some training, been to the SEC a few times, won ribbons, etc. I am looking for a person to carry on his education and showing in hand till early next year at which time I will have him started under saddle professionally. After he is started under saddle, he will require further education and then showing in the latter part of 2009. (this is unless the person wants to start him themselves) The person I am looking for will need to firstly be over 18 years of age, fit and willing to commit their time, be able to demonstate ability to handle a colt, have a fair amount of riding experience (preferably in western but not necessarily) and have patience. This person would also need to be available to train and show 2 - 3 times a week. Shows are always on weekends. In return we will look after Chance, pay all fees, club memberships, transport, lessons, etc. We have the facilities for training at our centre in Armadale. If you believe that this would suit you and that your the type of person who can commit on a long term basis, please contact me. View attachment 3262 Please note that there are some additional problems with riding a colt or stallion. Usually there called mares (and their owners). It's not all easy going. It's a challenge but the rewards can be enormous.