Farm offers horses for sale that are as presented
here. Each horse is described accurately and any
faults, blemishes, etc. are fully disclosed. If
you have any questions regarding any of them please
feel free to contact us at:
, OR call evenings at 870-258-3885.
We will be more than happy to answer any
questions you may have or just talk horse!
To make purchasing
more affordable and/or convenient for our customers,
Foxvangen Farm is happy to offer terms on any horse
presented for sale. 90 days is the same as cash
with a $600.00 nonrefundable deposit and the horse
stays here until paid in full. Longer contracts
can be arranged as well. We make every effort to
work with our buyers so the experience of purchasing
a quality Missouri Foxtrotter is pleasant and rewarding.
We do not accept
credit cards at this time, but we do accept Pay
Pal which affords options to buyers such as the
use of their credit card. Foxvangen Farm works hard
to match the right horse to the prospective buyer.
In the rare event someone is not totally happy with
their choice we offer exchanges. We do not offer
Now is a good
time to purchase. Due to the recession we at Foxvangen
Farm have rolled our prices back to suit the times.
As soon as the lagging economy improves these prices
will go back up considerably. If you see a horse
you like feel free to make an offer. We may not
accept it but then again we may negotiate...it never
hurts to ask! We are not desperate to sell but we
are reasonable enough to try to work with our customers.
If we do not
have just the right horse you are looking for we
are more than happy to try to locate one for you.
Please take time top view the horses listed below.
As you are
viewing the horses available, keep in mind that
Foxvangen Farm breeds quality horses that are attended
at birth, handled daily, and receive only the best
of care. All the horses are vaccinated and wormed
regularly. They receive daily wormer during the
warm season. Our horses see a farrier regularly
from the time they are two weeks of age, and are
never harshly treated. They are fed top quality
feed to include daily mineral supplements and they
are not ridden until they are mature enough that
ALL their growth plates in the legs have closed.
We like them to grow up sound and remain sound and
productive well into their twenties.
We do not
ride babies and we do not stress joints. To do so
is to cause early onset arthritis even though any
lameness may not show up for many years. So if you
are looking for fully trained 2 or 3 year olds do
not shop here! We believe in allowing horses time
to mature in the brain and learn to be a horse before
learning to be a to notch riding companion. Our
horses are people loving, gentle and kind. They
are bred to gait naturally and do not pace. We hope
you will find a horse on this page that fits your
ideal. Thank YOU for visiting!!
days -same as cash!
contracts carry slight fee
deposit of $600 holds horse for 90 days
accept PAY PAL.
checks must be pre-approved
checks, personal checks, wire transfers, accepted
only on banking days.
Thank you to all who participated
in our sale. We appreciate you and know you will
be happy with your purchases for many years to come.
At this time we are going back to normal pricing.
If you made serious contact regarding any of the
sale horses remaining (2) we will honor that price
only to you.
For Your Consideration!!!
Photo taken at 15 months. Saxon is turning
light gold and should mature an Isabella Palomino
by time he is 4-5 years old.
Foxvangen's Saxon was
foaled August 24,2010 as the result of the mating
between Casey Ann Kay and Foxvangen's Solaris. Saxon
is a charming colt who was born extremely curly.
His hair grew out to Marcelle waves before lengthening
to bunny fur. He has tiny, tight curls in his ears
and has proven hypoallergenic to all the exposed
allergic people to see him to date.
Saxon will shed straight
like all of ours but will likely keep his ear curls
in winter as does his brother Titan. On severely
cold winters he may show the least little bit of
wave but one will need to look for it. This is the
type strain of curl our horses carry.
Saxon was born an athlete
with a quick, intelligent mind. He is adorable and
friendly and nearly impossible to spook. Saxon is
calm and playful and will make an excellent stallion
prospect just like his sire, Solaris.
Saxon has great bone and
joints and a really pretty head. His large eyes
are extremely long lashed and his eyes are dilute.
We believe they will eventually turn amber. His
sire's eyes are a dark amber.
We don't generally keep
our colts in tact past 4 months but with Saxon we
decided to make an exception because of his extremely
reasonable and gentle nature and his superb athletic
ability, not to mention his natural gaits.
He is quick as a fox and
nimble as a rabbit. He loves a challenge and was
the first to want to climb our large compost pile
and then play 'Man from Snowy River' coming down
the steepest side. He is not daunted by other horses
and he is naturally bold and curious. He is not
hyper or flighty in the least.
Saxon should mature to
15 hands or possibly a bit more. His mane looks
as if it will be either very wavy or curled. He
is likely to develop into a medium gold palomino.
Whatever Saxon does he puts his whole heart
into. He's a strong, healthy colt with a lot to
offer. He was born fox trotting and has great rhythm
FOUR YEARS OLD
El Poco Hombre; aka, Poco,
is a Blue Papered Missouri Foxtrotter gelding. Shown
in these photos he is 16 months old. He will turn
two in April of 2010. Poco is also registered with
the Foundation Foxtrotter Heritage Association with
a Gold Seal and a factor of V-100 which means he
is just a hair over 5/8 old foundation blood.
If you are looking for
a naturally talented horse, Poco may be just what
you are looking for. He's bright, drop dead lovely
to look at and has an awesome show quality Foxtrot.
He does not pace.
Poco is an elegant moving horse with presence
and style. He canters a true 3 beat canter and gallops
a true 4 beat gallop. He has never shown a lateral
step but does trot well. Poco, as you can see in
the photo below has an amazing head nodding, fully
extended, natural foxtrot. He also running walks
and we have seen him rack on occasion. He carries
a nice tail and has a regal bearing.
Just look at the flip of this guy's mane! That
is testimony to his remarkable head nod and his
eye catching foxtrot. He uses every bit of his shoulder
and foreleg to grab ground and he has the true "hunk
of meat" rhythm.
Poco would make a great trail horse, show horse,
number of speed sports. He's spirited, spunky and
sensitive. He does have a slight splay in his front
feet and that is reflected in his price.
Poco goes to a host of top horses. In his first
five generations alone he goes to Missouri's Cassey
Jones, Master Tom, Red Rawhide, Playboy's Spotted
Fox, Red Zane....and he goes to Dare's Trigger,
Poole's BlueBoy. This is a well bred youngster just
looking for a quality home.
Photo taken at 3 yrs.
at 26 months
Foxvangen's Hobbit is
a Blue Papered Missouri Foxtrotter also registered
in the Foundation Foxtrotter Heritage Association
with a V-factor of 96 which means he is 10/16 original
old style Foxtrotter. He has a distinguished pedigree
including 37 crosses to Golden Governor and 43 crosses
to Old Fox. His heritage is primarily that of Saddlehorse
and Morgan with more than 1,000 crosses to Justin
Morgan and 56 crosses to the famous Saddler, Rex
Hobbit was sired by Foxvangen's
Solaris making him third generation of our breeding
program through his sire. Hobbit's dam is one of
our herd matriarchs, Chief's Magic Ribbon H. His
pedigree can be traced back to 1623 on many legs
and is packed with notable horses through each generation!
Hobbit in his curly
suit. Once our foals shed their curls they never
get them back but nearly all of them remain hypoallergenic
Hobbit was born with a
wavy coat that turned curly by a month. This is
something we see quite a bit of in our stock. When
they shed their foal coat they lose the curl and
we never see the curls again but the residual is
that nearly every one of them is hypoallergenic
when tested by people with allergies to horses!
We have not tested Hobbit yet but we are confident
he is likely also hypoallergenic as are so many
of our others.
Hobbit is very nimble and fluid in his motion.
As a youngster he is very elastic and flexible.
He likes to run and play and has considerable speed
at the gallop.
He can race down hill
full tilt and without slowing a bit, make a 90 degree
turn and keep on his feet and just keep going or
he can stop midway without losing a step. When he
plays he executes flying lead changes and slide
stops like a stock horse! He's sure footed as a
goat into the bargain. He is sensible and sensitive
and learns real fast.
At just 11 months of
age, Hobbit is very mature and balanced. He has
a steady brain and a fun-loving spirit.
Hobbit moves with economy
and an easy gliding action. He is maturing fast
already as tall as our two year olds.
Hobbit is naturally
gaited. He performs many intermediate gaits but
defaults to foxtrot. He has a natural running walk
and he can canter and gallop true
At night he is closed
in a stall if the wind is blowing hard or it's storming.
I can walk over him and clean the stall around him
and he just lays there unconcerned. I put his blanket
on over his head and can handle any part of his
body. He has had his feet trimmed four times already
and he stands for the farrier.
He has a wise old horse
brain in a baby horse body. But he moves like a
solid horse. With his wonderful bone and joints
and feet Hobbit would be a good candidate for endurance,
field trials or CTR but will make someone a fabulous
trail buddy as well.
Hobbit was born far darker
than he is in these photos. Our palominos take a
few years to mature their coat color so we really
don't know how dark they will be at maturity. From
the spots of darker gold around his eyes, ears,
flank etc. we believe he will mature to a more golden
color but it may take him a couple years to get
there if he follows the pattern of some of our other
Hobbit enjoys running
and playing in the pasture. He can be alone or with
other horses and gets along with everyone.
He's a wonderful colt
with a lot to offer . He looks like he will mature
between 15 hands and 15.2.
!!!! HORSES WE HAVE SOLD
Foxvangen's Monarch was foaled August 30, 2011.
His sire is Foxvangen's Solaris and his dam is Foxvangen's
Que Se Ra. Monarch is a very outstanding palomino,
curly colt with four long stockings and a bald face.
He has presence and style as well as having correct
conformation. He is bold and calm but also active
Monarch is a spectacular
colt with a natural stock horse instinct even though
he can also display first rate gait and extension
of a champion. He is a good candidate for stallion
$1950 prior til weaning
and to breeding home only.
Bill in New Zealand!
Sasha is a strong yearling filly
with a hefty frame, great legs, joints and feet.
Her sire is Foxvangen's Toy Boy and her dam is Foxvangen's
Millenium. She is athletic as they come and extremely
bold and sure of herself. I do not believe she has
ever shown fear and is willing to face strange things
with an avid curiosity. For
limited time only
Foxvangen's Sarafina (
pronounced "sarah - feena") turned a year
old in August. She is an exceptionally pretty filly
with a lot to offer. In fact if she was not so closely
related to our stallions she would not be offered
for sale at all. She is that special! These photos
were taken when she was 10 months old.
Sarafina is a Blue Papered
Missouri Foxtrotter that could be Gold Papered.
She is sired by Foxvangen's Solaris and her dam
is Foxvangen's Millenium. This makes Sarafina third
generation of our breeding program through her sire
and second generation through her dam.
This cross was an excellent
one which we will repeat in the future! Sarafina
is also registered with the Foundation Foxtrotter
Heritage Association with a Gold Seal and a factor
of V-99 which means she carries 5/8 original Foundation
Foxtrotter blood. Sarafina is also registered with
the Sabino Horse Registry International as an SB1
Sabino. She is also eligible for registry in the
Pleasure Saddle Horse Registry where both of her
parents are also registered!
LV Max's Twister is a
Blue Papered Missouri Foxtrotter. In these photos
he was just two years old, he will be four in April
Max is a true roan gelding with a sweet nature
and a very willing personality. He learns very fast
and is a fun little horse to work with. Max is not
of our breeding. He was purchased to be a play companion
to another colt we were raising that didn't have
a chum. Max fulfilled his task admirably by being
a "big brother" to the other colt but
is no longer needed. He would make a nice ladies
mount or a teenager's dream horse. He is about 14.2
and though he does not qualify for Foundation registry
he is terrifically gaited. He is silky smooth in
motion and is fast both in gait and at the gallop.
Max does not pace.
LONNIE AND MOLLY
Knight of Troy is a Blue
Papered Missouri Foxtrotter gelding that is really
worth taking a look at. He is also registered in
the Foundation Foxtrotter Heritage Association with
a Gold Seal and a factor of V-114 which makes him
9/16 old foundation blood. He is line bred to Master
Tom, Red Rawhide, The Boogie Man and Missouri Traveler.
This packs him with a ton of rhythm and style but
he also goes many times to Golden Governor and has
such greats as Missouri's Cassey Jones, Black Angel
and a host of other well known horses on his pedigree.
Troy is a free moving
horse with a lot of stride and a natural gait that
is a joy to watch. He carries himself with a sort
of natural collection and uses his hocks very well.
We have witnessed him Foxtrotting ( his gait of
choice) run walking and he can rack. He is not pacy.
LONNIE AND MOLLY
Foxvangen's Summer Heat
is a 9 year old mare foaled in 2002. Her dam is
Gambler's Jasmine who can be seen on our "mare"
page. Her sire is Foxvangen's Braveheart Two who
can be seen on our "stallion" page.
Summer is a large mare
standing approximately 16 hands. She is big bodied
and moves freely with a long stride. Summer is dog
gentle and very friendly. She loves attention and
is not aggressive in pasture. Summer is kind to
her pasture mates and has been pastured with all
ages and sexes. She is simply not a trouble maker.
LONNIE AND MOLLY
Foxvangen's Pagan is a lovely liver chestnut
mare who is a Blue Papered Missouri Foxtrotter.
She was foaled in October of 1998. Her sire went
out of production before DNA was available so he
was blood typed. Her Dam is DNA'd.
Pagan is also registered in the Foundation Foxtrotter
Heritage Association with a V-factor of 78 which
means she is just a hair under 12/16 old foundation
blood. The original blood that started the breed.
She has less than 1/4 Tennessee Walking Horse blood
in her. She is Gold Sealed which means she has been
witnessed foxtrotting at liberty.
Pagan's sire was Wildfire's Socks. Though the
name is rather plain "Fire" was not. He
was one of the most intelligent,naturally gaited
horses we have ever come across. He was bred by
the late Rollen Clarkson, the only man we have come
across who was able to standardize his horses to
a type and have them all foxtrot naturally without
need of professional training. His stock were bred
as ranch horses possessed of great athletic ability.
This Fire passed down to his daughter.
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