REGISTERED CANADIAN HORSE HERD REDUCTION (Ingleside, ON)

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Cedar Rock Canadians is going to reduce their herd and keep perhaps only two Canadians.  As Bob is not a great photographer, he is inviting folks to come out and meet the herd instead of sending photos and videos.  He will take you through the herd and you can lead the horses around the property and get to know them in the flesh to see who you would most like to take home.  Bob only wants his Canadians going to very serious Canadian Horse enthusiasts who are dedicated to furthering Canada’s National Horse.  Cedar Rock has plenty of hay for the winter and spring and are not in a rush to re-home their horses.  They want to start now finding the perfect matches for future owners of their Canadians.

All youngsters will not leave the property until weaned, fully vaccinated and registered for your ownership.  There are two unregistered 2021 foals and Bob is still dealing with getting them registered so they will only be offered for sale when that has been resolved but he tells me one is a definite stallion prospect.

All prices to be discussed directly with Bob at 613-447-9453.  Located in Ingleside, Ontario.  Call to make a viewing appointment.  For those who would like me to go over and take photos and videos for a particular Horse, please email me at canadianhorselink@hotmail.com

OFFERED FOR SALE:

SOLD! CEDAR ROCK RIEL I-ROC

SOLD!  CEDAR ROCK WILLOWS ILLUSION [CAN] Z221533-

GOING TO NEW YORK

2021 WEANLING FILLY: This filly has a beautiful tiny pony head just like her dam, Pebbles, and excellent conformation – PHOTOS TO COME:  CEDAR ROCK WILLOWS IDAMOON -[CAN]Z221532

SOLD!  CEDAR ROCK WILLOWS IRONSIDE -[CAN]Z220973

SOLD!  CEDAR ROCK LOUGHEED HUKLEBERRY -[CAN]14964-

GOING TO NEW YORK

SOLD! CEDAR ROCK MILLER-LITE EL-REMI -[CAN]14914-

GOING TO BC

2009 MARELE NOIR KAFKA WALLONIE -[CAN]13050- Not broke but has had children on her back, very tall lovely mare, previously suffered laminitis, Bob is currently treating her for a hoof abscess, will be sold as broodmare only, no guarantee that she will ever be riding sound.  Her colt, Ironside (weaned), is quite nice.  PHOTOS TO COME.

SOLD!  2004 MARE IN FOAL (CONFIRMED IN FOAL):  LIGHT SPEED JETSON PEBBLES -[CAN]11107(mare) in foal to BLAIN DAPPER LOUGHEED -[CAN]9342-

GOING TO BC

1999 MARE IN FOAL (CONFIRMED IN FOAL) – PHOTOS TO COME:  HUMENY FARGO JULI -[CAN]8758- MARE in foal to BLAIN DAPPER LOUGHEED -[CAN]9342-

1999 MARE IN FOAL (CONFIRMED IN FOAL)PHOTOS TO COME:  QUEBECOIS BABA JULIE -[CAN]8725- MARE in foal to BLAIN DAPPER LOUGHEED -[CAN]9342-

2001 PROVEN STALLION (Lou stands about 15hh and is beautifully put together with huge kind eyes and pretty head.  His calm demeanor is passed on to his offspring):  BLAIN DAPPER LOUGHEED -[CAN]9342-

 

2 thoughts on “REGISTERED CANADIAN HORSE HERD REDUCTION (Ingleside, ON)

  1. Hi! Andrea White directed me to check out your ad here! I had gone to your fb page, but hadn’t seen anything about a herd dispersal there.
    At this point, (January 20, 2022) what horses do you still have left?
    I have 2 Canadian mares, one is 17 and my older girl (a Wilfrid baby❤️) turned 30 this past June. She is in great shape and no one ever guesses her to be that age, but in my heart I know that ‘inevitable day’ will come at some point, sooner than I want it to. 😞 Mitsou is my heart horse❤️ and I know I won’t handle losing her very well. Breeding her HAD been in the plans- I wanted a foal from her SO badly😞…but ‘life’ got in the way and a chain of events interrupted the plans, and when the opportunity presented itself again she was 25, and my vet advised against it. I still believe she would have been fine…but I wasn’t willing to take the risk of losing her. It’s still something I continually question my decision on. But 🤷‍♀️ it is what it is. So I’ve been casually looking around to find another beautiful Canadian to love. I tend to like the taller Canadians (all three of mine have been 16++hh.) I would like a 2-3 year old (I think! 🤪 lol) , but would consider any age. I’d also consider mares, geldings or perhaps even a stallion if there was breeding potential. Please let me know which horses you still have and maybe we can go from there! Look forward to hearing from you! Thanks! Patti

    Hi Patti. Call Bob on the herd dispersal page and he will tell you what mares he has left.

    Good luck. Jody

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