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Sales & Leases

Lease Considerations

Horses for Sale and Lease
At Fox Trot Farm, we cater to all levels of buyers, from those who just want a pleasure horse that can trail ride and do some lower level ring work, to those who aspire to compete at the top shows in the country.

The nice thing is that we've already done the shopping for you and are able to provide horses that are qualified and affordable so you get more horse for your money.           
  • Full and half lease options available
  • Leased horses must be in a professional training program
  • All homes must be approved for sale horses
  • Sale Prices range from $1,500-$75,000+

Leasing a horse from Fox Trot Farm is open to students/clients who are at a basic level of competence or under parental supervision. Leasing is an opportunity for a person to enjoy the benefits of owning a horse without the full financial burdens and is a great opportunity for riders in preparation in owning their own horse. Fox Trot Farm offers several horses for lease and lessons. All horses must remain at their designated boarding facility and may not be moved to outside boarding facilities. If a lease horse is to be used for showing, permission must be provided by the horse’s individual owner. Please note, because some of the lease/lesson horses are not the property of Fox Trot Farm, individual leasing agreements are up to the discretion of the horse’s individual owner.

Half (1/2) leasing entails 50 percent of the following:
     • Vet –ie:  regular vaccines and worming
     • Chiropractics (optional)
     • Massage therapy (optional)
     • Teeth floating
     • Health certificate & coggins expense for show traveling
     • Farrier cost 
     • Boarding - cost may vary
     • Lease fee (optional, cost may vary and is up to each individual owner's      discretion). This may be an
 additional cost which typically covers any unforeseen expenses associated with the care of the horse. 

Show fees, clinic and lesson costs would be in addition to the cost associated in leasing. Full leasing would entail the full monthly upkeep of the lease horse. All leasing is by the month with 30 days notice to terminate lease agreement.

     • Use of designated horse for a half lease would allow use of horse 3 to 4 days a week. Full lease would allow 5 to 7 days a week.   Exact scheduling to be determined by horse’s owner.
     • Use of riding arena’s outside of lesson setting
     • If lessee is a minor, parental supervision is mandatory. Parents accept full responsibility for safety of minor and of leased horse.
     • Use of grooming brushes, bridles and equipment: This may vary as some owners may require that you use your own riding equipment and brushes or may charge you a usage fee for wear on tear on the individual owner’s equipment. If owner's equipment is used, any equipment that is broken and or lost MUST be
 replaced. Equipment should be cleaned and oiled regularly for maintenance and safety reasons.

Horses for Sale         (click an image to enlarge)


LEA (Angelea)

9 yr old Sport Horse                   Sorel w/star and two white socks                                            16.2 hands                                  walk, trot, canter, dressage, jumping, hunts, 3 day 

Lovely, expressive mare; correct gates; powerful look that feels light. Will make a super, medium-level dressage mount, Eventer or Hunter for amateur or junior. Scopey jumper. This girl wants to be your partner.

YouTube Video (Free Jumping) Click Here


GF Boris (007)
11 yr old Registered Half Arabian (Arab x Trakehner)
16.3 H; Bay Gelding




"Boris" is a stunning gelding, who enjoys being watched. He is confirmed 2nd/3rd level dressage, with lovely and fluid half passes.

He was recently diagnosed with having mild Bilateral Hidnlimb Proximal Suspensory ligament Dismitis and his vet, Dr. Chad Davis of Clarke Equine Wellness and Performance has recommended 4 months rest with 10-15 minutes under saddle at the walk daily.

He is being offered as is, and is expected to make a full recovery as a solid Training-2nd Level schoolmaster.

Ultrasounds of both hind limbs and Dr. Davis' reports are available.

Boris has current video from March 28, 2011, schooling 2nd/3rd level and more video is available upon request.

His most recent ad said: "He has confirmed flying changes and is schooling the medium and extended gaits. He has started work on his canter half-passes that are proving to be easy for him. He has a naturally set rhythm and will make a super freestyle partner. Boris is light in the bridle and has a nice feel on the leg."

$5,000 - All reasonable offers will be considered







5 yr old Dutch x Selle Francais (Emillion (KWPN) x Carnal (SF) granddaughter of Nimmerdor) 17.2 H; Bay Mare


With the heritage of performance horses in Jumping and Dressage, this girl is bred to offer excellence. She shows a natural ability and interest in Jumping and has effortlessly gone through 4'6 chutes during evaluation.
Winni has a wonderful, unflappable temperament. She is uncomplicated to ride, with 3 big correct gaits. She hacks out quietly alone or with company, and has eagerly jumped small logs. We are excited to see her bright future as a performance horse as it unfolds.