Lapeer, Michigan

Chase

Registered as H’N’P Dream Seeker

Chase (registered as H’N’P Dream Seeker RMHA #2009042991) is a dual registered 2009, 7 year old Rocky Mountain Gelding. 

Chase is what a Rocky Mountain horse show be.  He is built like a tank - with a powerful body, 15.2 hands tall on 4 large hard feet.  The Amish, who trim his feet, always comment on how perfect his hooves are.  He is the great chocolate color with a very thick flaxen mane and tail that is beautiful.  Has never had health issues, he is wormed every 8 weeks and is up-to-date on all shots, teeth, and he is a very easy keeper on a good grassy mix hay. 

Chase is is a trail pro, through water, up and down hills, through the thickest brush, over huge logs and any obstacle you can come up with.

Chase is is a trail pro, through water, up and down hills, through the thickest brush, over huge logs and any obstacle you can come up with. You point and he will take you there. He pickets on a line or will stand tied where ever you put him.

Chase is out of LA Bud, and was born and started by Vernon Stamper of Overlook Stables in Sharpsburg, Kentucky.  Vernon Stamper, Overlook's owner, is a third generation Mountain Horse breeder and trainer.  Dreamer was purchased in 2012 by Debbie Kimberley of Sunderland, Ontario, who further trained and extensively used dreamer in a variety of performance horse activities and as an accomplished trail mount.  You can tell by the photographs of the various activities that Dreamer is a well rounded horse, who has been with us for 16 months here in Michigan.  Chase is a very smart horse, that will lay down on cue.

Chase is easy to catch, no chasing around for an hour before riding. He will come up to the fence if he hears the truck start and trailer door open.  He loves to go along.   Listens to leg cues, has a good stop, gaits and will canter when asked. You can mount him from the ground, get on with a mounting block, use a picnic table or what ever, he will stand there quietly for you and not take off.

Chase is easy to catch, no chasing around for an hour before riding. He will come up to the fence if he hears the truck start and trailer door open. He loves to go along.

No horse is perfect, and neither is Chase.  3 things you need to know.  First, he hates being in a stall.  He is fine for a few hours, or even overnight on occasion.  But he is no 23 hour a day stalled show horse.  He won’t tolerate it.  Second, he also is the herd boss wherever he has been.  While he is gentle on the ground with people, he is tough on other horses that challenge him.  Lastly, and most importantly, he requires a confident rider.  Don’t let the bumble bee costume in the video fool you.  Chase is smart enough to scout out timidness, and will take advantage of it.  I would never let a kid or inexperienced person ride him.  I also feel he needs to be someone’s only horse.  As you can see from the video, he can be amazing - but only if his rider spends the time with him.

A good home is a MUST.  I am willing to accept $6,000 for him, but this a firm price.  He still has a lot of winter coat, and has been out with a round bale for the last few months unridden.  If we start putting time into him to get him shined up and ready for the trails or judged events, then I will have to ask more.

Text me through Facebook messenger with any questions or a private showing.  I only sell a couple of horses each year to keep our herd size constant.  He is hard one to sell, but needs someone who will make him their main horse.  It may take some time to get back with you because I work a full time job in addition to our farm.  I also expect a lot of inquiries.  Horses this good don’t come along that often.  Thanks for reading all of this - but buying a horse is big decision, and I like to lay out everything for anyone considering one of our horses.

To view Dreamer's Pedigree, click here.