Saxon – SOLD
Registered with American Drum Horse Association as OMF’s Encore
Gypsy:12.5%, Shire: 25%, Clydesdale: 62.5%
Lifetime registration with Rocky Mountain Dressage Society #5423
Skewbald, chestnut/white tobiano
Solid training level dressage mount, has competed through Training Test 3
Vaulting experience as a walk/trot mount, could easily do canter work
Trail riding experience, ground driving experience, has taught many children’s riding lessons
Loads, ties, bathes, clips, good for farrier and vet (but doesn’t like shots much),
Extremely gentle and friendly personality, temperament 2
Has always been barefoot with excellent hooves
Current on deworming, coggins, vaccinations, farrier, dental work, etc.
Video of Saxon riding in the arena can be seen here:
Video of Saxon opening the gate, and riding out alone with the dogs in the pasture and over logs can be seen here:
Saxon arrived at Bit of Honey Training in mid-November 2018. He is an absolute pleasure to have around the barn and catches everyone’s eye! With his kind temperament and gentle ways he is absolutely the unicorn you are looking for. He has had the same owner since he was a yearling and she unfortunately has had life get in the way, which is the only reason he is for sale as he was her dream horse. He is completely sound and is easy, quiet, and uncomplicated to ride. He has given many riding lessons to children, and he is careful and a wonderful confidence booster for any rider.
Saxon has vaulting training and is steady as a walk/trot horse, comfortable with moving mounts and even back flips off him! It would not take much to finish him as a vaulting horse with canter work. He rides out quietly alone or in a group on the trails, and has shown at training level dressage through Training Level Test 3 with positive comments from the judges on what a nice mover he is. He is impressively light in his gaits for his size, and would be a lovely amateur or child’s horse.
Saxon will remain at Bit of Honey in training until sold, and will resume competing in dressage in the spring.
More details and videos can be found on the blog at
Have questions? Would you like to set an appointment to meet Saxon?
Contact Kim at 970-231-9999 by text first, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org