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Black PERCHERON Stallion at stud - $750 (Sulphur 0klahoma)

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This horse is NOT FOR SALE!!! He is standing at stud for a $750.00 stud fee!!

Glenview Kane (aka 'TINY') is a beautiful Registered BLACK PERCHERON Stallion that is standing at stud at the Wolfe Ranch in Sulphur, Oklahoma. TINY stands 16.3 and weighs 1800 #, he has 'clean' legs (no high-maintenance feathers) and a very nice head. He has a great disposition, as do every one of his foals. He was broke to ride and drive at the age of 10. He has been used in many driving demonstrations and been in several parades, both driving and under saddle. (See photos of him riding and driving above.)

Tiny is siring outstanding saddle horses with great dispositions, good looks, good bone, good feet and substance. Most are medium size with good withers, have really pretty heads. They are not huge, but they are bigger and stouter and a lot better boned and better footed than most Quarter Horses, even out of fine-boned mares. Their stout enough to pack big riders or pack-loads in the mountains; several have been used for riding and packing in Colorado. Most mature 15.1 to 16.1 hands, weigh 1300# to 1400 # at maturity, and wear a #2 shoe. They are not dead-heads but have incredibly kind, easy going dispositions. Above all -- they are 'FORGIVING' and very 'TRAINABLE'. They are not 'clunky' and don't ride like most other drafts. Knowledgeable horsemen are telling us that they are the best horses they have ever ridden for all kinds of ranch work, arena pick-up horses, roping and handling big cattle (including rodeo rough stock). THEY ALL PULL HARD OFF OF THE HORN! They are far less reactive and offer less 'resistance' than we've seen in more than 40 years of professional training. We personally, have not had any of his foals that wanted to buck! They are not 'cold backed', even when they are fresh! They willingly and naturally move their shoulders. They naturally stop and turn on their hind ends. They can 'turn-around' -- not just change directions. [Horsemen and trainers know the difference - they know what I'm talking about.]

Their easy going, forgiving attitudes, trainability and sturdiness make them ideal for recreational trail riders. They're the perfect mount for heavy riders. They are being enjoyed by many older riders. They just aren't 'reactive', prone to be spooky or 'goosey', or get 'silly', even when they're fresh. They're just the same every time you ride them. It's just the way they are from the day they are born.

We have several of his sons and daughters for sale from babies to broke 4-year-olds. We have well-trained 3 and 4-year-olds; they are blacks, buckskins, duns, grullos, grays, bays and browns (never a sorrel). Most are out of AQHA Registered cowbred ranch mares. [We have a granddaughter of Highbrow Cat out of a Playgun granddaughter foaling to him in May, 2024!] They range from well-started to very well trained. Most of them will work a cow. They are ready for new Zip Codes.

NOTE! Tiny's foals are no bigger than any other foal at birth. [They just grow faster.] Our own mares all foal out on pasture. We have never had a mare have foaling problems (including many small, 'cuttng-bred' maiden mares) and none have ever been reported from visiting mares.

TINY IS NOT FOR SALE! He is available for breeding to a limited number of approved mares. The first three photos show TINY, our Percheron stud. All of the other photos show his sons and daughters (mostly as yearlings and 2-year-olds). More information and more photos are available on our website at... https://www.wolferanch.com . Click on 'AQHA/Draft Crosses'.

All visiting mares must have a negative Coggins and hind shoes removed.
Individual mare paddocks provided at reasonable board rates.
All major Credit Cards accepted!
$750.00 stud fee in 2024 - live foal guaranteed.
Standing at:

Wolfe Ranch
Sulphur, OK 73086
Call or text show contact info
www.wolferanch.com

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