Max, now Remedy-Was sold to Carol in Lynchburg, VA. We know you'll love him!
"I decided to name him Remedy because he is the cure to all of my previous horse problems. All other horses at my barn are obsolete. He's so sweet, and he's not going anywhere"-Carol
"It has been a long time since I have ridden a horse like this one. Same everyday and gets better everyday. He is not big but has a heart of gold, and all the try in the world"-Tamara in Iowa
BIG VALLEY RANCH
Chico (gray) was sold to our good friends Michelle and Bob in Ohio, along with Diesel (bay roan), Spring (buckskin), Bear (appaloosa) and one of our minis Honeybun.
Tux (out of Easter by Rocky) lives with the Rutherfords in Virginia.
"Rob and Cathy are two of the most sincere and straightforward horse people I have ever met. I have known them now for two years and we have completed several horse transactions together. I can honestly say that in my 19 years of working in the horse industry, I have never met two people who are so easy to work with and always put their equines first. They pride themselves in breeding horses with good conformation and temperaments. I ride English and foxhunt, but have a background in show hunters and eventers and feel that many of their horses have potential to do it all. I am grateful to have such wonderful people to turn to when looking for my young stock" -Colleen Roberts, Deep Run Hunt
Shadow, now Blue went to live with Jim in Staunton, VA.
"The day after I brought Blue home, I started working him in the pen. I was riding him in three hours, and he's never looked back. He is a really, really good trail horse. I just love him to death. He's not afraid of cows, goes right into the middle of them. I spent the whole day with Rob and Cathy looking at their quality young stock and I would love to come again"- Jim
We sold Cider, this beautiful golden palomino cross of Lilly and Partner just down the road to our good friend Karen.
"Cider is a sane, smart, sensible steed that is well-built and gorgeous"-Karen
Roo went to a home in North Carolina.
Willow went to live with Megan in Ohio as a Ranch Heritage nominated horse to work in the Young Horse Development Program through AQHA. Megan is an impressive young horsewoman, and applied her knowledge of horses and her discipline to the project of bringing Willow along in the program, with great results!
"Great disposition, conformation, and breeding! The Robertsons truly know what they are doing and are bettering the American Quarter Horse! I couldn't be any happier with my horse, Willow!"
-Megan D'Andrea, WINNER of the 2013 AQHA Young Horse Development Program
Biscuit, now Pearl- This chunky cremello filly out of Foxy and Partner went to Linda in Pennsylvania.
"We really love Pearl, she's absolutely beautiful. We are so delighted with her. Rob and Cathy are wonderful people, and you can see that they really love their animals"-Linda
Thank you to all of our customers nationwide-who always seem to become our friends. We appreciate your support in our pursuit of a top quality riding horse. We look forward to working with all our friends, old and new, to achieve a better understanding of horses. Again, THANK YOU!
Nip, Nita, and Ginseng all found a home with our good friend Gail and her boarders in Virginia.