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Junior $750

Quarter Horse, 15.3hh, 23 years old, Gelding

23 year old Quarter Horse. 15.3hh. 180lb rider/tack combined weight limit.  As a "been there, done that" horse, Junior knows English and Western. He works well in the arena or on trails and is comfortable both with direct reining and neck reining. He is currently mostly walk/trot with a little cantering due to arthritis in his right front knee, but improves in his abilities the longer he stays at HHIA where he is receiving rehab for it.  He is actively in use in HHIA's lesson program and is building strength quickly. He is limited to two hours of work a day. He is snuggly and consistently makes students laugh about how much he likes ground poles.


Ideal for beginner riders.  Moves easily, but not quickly. Would be the ideal horse "grandchild's horse."


Excellent ground manners, very affectionate, and emotionally steady.   


Average Keeper: Currently lives on pasture, which allows for movement and is ideal for his arthritis.

See Junior in a Training Session on You Tube

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Chief $1200 (HHIA Representing for Owner)

Spotted Saddle Horse 15.3hh, 18 years old, Gelding

Gaited Spotted Saddle Horse gelding. 15.3hh, 18 years old. Excellent ground manners. Safe around kids. Rides English and Western (Neck reins). Worked for 3 years as a lesson horse at Holistic Horsemanship Institute of America before being rehomed within HHIA's network for trail riding. He took beginner to advanced riders as a lesson horse. He is now ideal for trail and will trail ride by himself. Owner is selling because she is downsizing to one horse. 


Strong, but sensitive mentality. He is a willing listener most of the time, but if he doesn't listen, you must repeat, rather than escalate the cue. Does fine with a crop, but no whips. Only needs body language for groundwork. He is also a strong herd leader.

Barefoot and does not need shoes (even for trails) if trimmed with a barefoot method. Easy keeper. Ideal on a low sugar diet (no sweet feed or alfalfa).


HHIA's owner/trainer would like to keep in touch with the new owner to help with the transition as needed and potentially re-acquire Chief if the new owner ever needs to sell him. The only reason she isn't taking him back now is that her farm is at capacity. 


Contact: Ginny Asberry 636.448.7741

Located in: DeSoto, MO

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Val - Free based on info below (HHIA Representing for owner)

Coming Soon - Pending moving to HHIA

Val is an untrained, largely unhandled, project horse rescued from a kill auction by her owner.  She is free to a home vetted by HHIA and to an owner who agrees to work with her using HHIA training methods only, under guidance of HHIA head trainer. High level Parelli trainers and other Natural Horsemanship Training methods failed, which triggered her current owner to contact HHIA, whose trainer is making progress with Val.


Age unknown until we can touch her. She is branded, but research is needed to know where she came from. 15hh, black and white pinto, guessing Quarter Horse.


Val does not not allow human touch other than at her nose. HHIA's trainer is using body language and voice to train her. Val knows how to walk, trot, stop and back on cue.

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Steel $4000

American Saddlebred/Quarter Horse cross, 15.3hh, 17 years old, Gelding

Temporarily unavailable due to health related weight loss. He is gaining weight and will be available again soon. 17 year old Saddlebred/Quarter cross. 15.3hh. 230lb rider/tack combined weight limit.  Rides dressage and hunter/jumper, trail rides. Moves with excellent momentum and has jumped to 3' with flying lead changes at HHIA, but has much more potential.  He is actively in use in HHIA's lesson program.


Ideal for an intermediate to advanced rider simply because of his skill set.  


Ground manners are good, including during mounting (an issue resolved during his time at HHIA). He is a confident horse who enjoys his time under saddle. 


Easy Keeper: Currently lives on pasture. Does best in pasture environment because he has minor COPD, which is well managed with supplement. His COPD has not interfered with his work in either hot/humid or cold/dry weather. We have not seen his COPD flare up since his arrival at HHIA in August 2018.

Scarlett in training at HHIA

Scarlett Coming Soon (est. $3000)

Quarter Horse, 14.3hh, 11 year old, Mare

Current description: Scarlett is a partially trained 11 year old who's is very tactile, loves to be close to people and is gentle, sweet and slow to spook. She is comfortable in a bareback pad and English bitless bridle, but has not yet been ridden. We expect her to be an excellent beginner riding horse once fully trained.


Previous description: Scarlett is an untrained 10 year old from a local rescue organization currently in recovery from her previous home and starting training at HHIA. She wears a halter, leads and ties. She is very emotionally sensitive, defensive, forward and extremely intelligent. She is currently working through understanding that people aren't her predators when they are working with her.


She will likely be trained well enough to be adopted out in 2019.

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Vegas $2000 - Unavailable. Permanently admitted to HHIA.

Pony of the Americas, 13.2hh, 16 years old, Mare

16 year old POA. 13.2hh. 170lb rider/tack combined weight limit.  Rides dressage and hunter/jumper, trail rides, known to jump to 2' in competition historically, but is doing 18" currently.  Was rehabbed from a broken tail by HHIA in summer 2017 with little to no residual scar tissue.  She is actively in use in HHIA's lesson program.


Ideal for an intermediate rider because she is a "go" pony and likes to play when she does something exciting like a higher jump.


Excellent ground manners, very affectionate, emotionally steady and has not spooked since acquisition for rehab in June 2017.  I am using her with beginner to advanced riders, but watch her closely with the beginners because she is so playful and head strong.


Easy Keeper: Currently lives on pasture, but has also lived in stall/turnout.

See Vegas in a Lesson on YouTube