We currently have a beautiful herd of colorful Spotted Saddle and Tennessee Walking horses at WRF. All are gaited, as we like to ride for hours on the trail. We occasionally offer sound, smooth, sane horses for sale. Call 205-902-1699 for availability. Member of the Spotted Saddle Horse Breeders & Exhibitors' Association and the Back Country Horsemen of America.
"Alen's Voodoo Blue" - aka "Voodoo"
Voodoo was foaled in November, 1999. He is a registered Spotted Saddle Horse. He now lives with Jane Helms of Montgomery, where he carries Jane safely and in style on all her trail riding adventures.
"Roosters Rockin Rocket" - aka "Rocket"
Rocket was foaled in April, 1996. Rocket is a triple registered Tennessee Walking horse/Spottled Saddle horse/Racking horse. Rocket was sold to Cardinal Ridge Farm in North Carolina. He carries everyone from his "mom," Marci all the way down to the smallest grandchildren all over the trails. He is a once-in-a-lifetime horse who dearly loves all his riders (especially small children).
"Packing Light Power" - aka "Bama"
Bama was foaled in August, 1997. She is a registered Racking horse. Bama was a rescue, sold to us as nothing but a bag of bones in 2004. Her personality is hot! Despite the early years of rearing up, Deb persisted with Bama, and in spite of everything she turned out to be a superb trail horse. She has a gait that, even now that she's 20, is still the smoothest we've ever ridden. Even better, she has relaxed to the point that anyone can ride her comfortably and safely. She will always be with us here at WRF.
"WRF Pocket Queens" aka "Lucy"
Lucy was foaled in 2003. She has a natural four-beat gait and on the trail she is a tank! Better not point her where you don't want to go! She was sold to Eraka Sims when Eraka needed a safe/dependable trail horse after owning a gelding who got her hurt twice. Eraka and Lucy have been an amazing match!
"Jewel of the Nile" aka "Julie"
Jewel is a three year old Spotted Saddle horse with two blue eyes. She is Deb's favorite personal mount. A lot of "motor," she reminds us of Bama in her younger, more spirited days. She is far more intelligent than a horse has a right to be, but is much loved and will be enjoyed for years to come!