Shaver Stable horses need winter homes and you can help! The feed lease option offers people an opportunity to feed and take care of a seasoned trail horse from October - May. This is a great opportunity to enjoy a horse without the commitment of purchase.
Feed leases are required to have the following ability to be considered:
1.) Horse experience - experience owning or leasing a horse for at least one year.
2.) Pasture or boarding facility for the horse (s).
3.) Trailer for transportation of horse or ability to borrow a trailer.
4.) Insurance on the horse for value and potential of horse should unexpected death occur.
5.) Signed lease agreement between Shaver Stable and you.
6.) Financial capability to take care of a horses feed and any vet interactions while in your care.
7.) Horses are herd animals, it is recommended that you already own a horse or take two of ours. :-)
Once you are approved to have the horse on feed lease, we will meet and discuss which horse(s) are right for you. The stable owner will inspect your property and a date will be set for pick up.
Please call and speak with Gabrielle Kant to discuss your potential for a feed lease. 559-841-8500.
23 years old Quarter Horse Gelding
Stoney is a good trail horse. He is very broke but as far as anything but trail riding, he is set in his ways. Getting a walk or lope out of him is a task so if you want a nice slow walking sweetheart, Stoney is your guy :-)
Good for Kids and Adults
20 year old Quarter Horse/Paint Gelding. Handsome is a great trail horse. He can be a bit herd bound so we recommend him to a home with other horses as well as to be used with other horses. He is stocky, strong and gentle. Good for kids or adults.
19 Year Old Quarter Horse Gelding Alex is a really fun trail horse. Alex is always willing to get out for a fun and exciting ride and settles right down to a relaxing walk also. He's all around cool, easy keeper and sweet. Good for older kids and adults.