Meet Sandy's Partners
2004 Black Clyde x Hackney Mare
RBI Axis Point
Mo is my main Levels horse, who has taken me from the beginning - getting me started with Parelli - to passing my Level 4 in 2013. We have been all over the continent together, to different clinics and to the Parelli Campus and back again. Mo is the very best teacher, always there with exactly the lesson I need to learn, or just being my steady partner in a demonstration.
She often tells me that she is not the most athletic creature out there, but she always gives me 110%
2010 Dun Quarter Horse Mare
Zephyr is my up and coming super star. She has been with me since she was a year old and has always had a great sense of humor. We are playing in Level 3/4 Online and Level 3 Freestyle, getting ready for bridleless riding. She was the easiest colt start I have ever done, because she always shows up excited to progress. She watched Mo for two years before it was "her turn", and her first ride felt like #10, putting on a pair of comfy jeans. Zephyr is one of the bravest horses I know, always the first one to check out the "scary stuff" in the pasture while the others wait for the go-ahead. Her first summer out at events  she successfully rode out on trail rides solo, in groups and at speeds. We participate in many local events, including extreme cowboy style events and foxhunting without her batting an eye or becoming stressed for one moment!
Surreal (Spell Over Me)
2012 Palomino Reg. Thoroughbred Mare
Surreal is my newest herd member, just arriving June 2014 as a two year old. She is such an interesting character, because of her sensitivity, which can sometimes come to reactivity, even though innately, she is very mellow and introverted. I am hoping to develop her as an English Performance prospect in the Hunter and Jumper disciplines to compete when she is ready. Surreal is one of the cuddliest horses I have ever met, she loves having her whole head hugged and her muzzle rubbed. As she is young, and very large, she has not yet sorted out exactly where her feet are, and still sometimes resembles a giraffe more than an elegant young horse... she is learning though.