Now in Missouri! Located just north of the state capital near New Bloomfield. Call to visit us!
Call for info 573-590-0366 or email email@example.com
1. Paint filly, tovero with one blue eye, out of Southern Sunrises's Jackpot, b: 11/29/15
Phone us at new Missouri number: 573-590-0366
Black/silver colt two hind socks, front ankle sock and star. Last foal b:12/7/15 out of One of a Kind.
Beautiful 4 year old he has bronzed out in year one and jet black in year two and three. He has become very fluid and smooth in his gaits.
2012 Palomino sold to Ron of Stockton! Congratulations!!! 8/2/15
Black Stallion "Fella" sold to Lilly near Fresno! Congratulations! 10/2015
Southern Sunrise's Jackpot WGC, DNA'D
Tobiano Buckskin Available
One of A Kind DNA'D sold
Black Velvet SOLD 2015
Passed Feb 2019
Foals: Breeding Stock or good riding horses
Paint Filly or Black Colt Available
Please watch for new foals yearly. Thank You!
WELCOME! Contact Phone: 573-590-0366
Most recent available fox trotters:
2015: November 29 Paint filly out of Boot Scootin Rain Dancer and Southern Sunrises Jackpot
2015: December 7 Black colt out of Miss Brandy Supreme and "One of a Kind"
2016:sold January 29, 2016 One Palomino filly out of Southern Sunrise's Jackpot
2017: Paint filly out of Dancer and Jackpot born 1/20/17
2020 5/13 Black colt out of Fella's Fortune and Dancer
Reserve now! As training continues price will go up $600.00 with each months training.
2013 The Velvet Gentleman (sold) born 3.04.13 out of One of Kind and Boot Scootin Rain Dancer; and an exceptional colt out of Southern Sunrise lines and is a gentle Palomino, Star Ambassador (sold!) born to Miss Brandy Supreme and Southern Sunrise's Jackpot on 10.29.12
The Velvet Gentleman sold to Karen in Hollister. Congratulations Karen! New name: Sendero!
Below: Sendero at the beach
Tucker "Star Am
Thank you for your
interest in MP Fox trotters!
Located in beautiful Central California
Breeding the best to the best is a philosophy that has not failed to produce exceptional horses. Consistently producing horses with the best gaits and temperament are proven in the outstanding yearly foals.
I am committed to raising the finest Missouri Fox trotters and offering introductory lessons to this fine breed, focusing on their genetically unique smooth gait, good conformation, and the steady temperament and lively personality of the fox trotter. I plan to sell two to three horses a year that will include basic ground training for the foals and a free riding assessment on one of my trained horses. I am dedicated to providing sound, balanced horses, and serving the needs of discerning riders for getting the right horse for the right person. Through my breeding program, I strive to keep only the finest horses with the best bloodlines in the breed here on the ranch. I offer stud service, belly lease, and sell only quality horses to loyal buyers. Buyers get the best of the best in their horse purchased here at the ranch from top breeding stock. These horses last many years with high endurance, as they are specifically bred to be genetically sound and healthy strong horses, for the ultimate in long lasting comfortable riding horse partners.
Star Ambassador "Tucker" born on October 29th 2014 is now sold and living in Stockton. He is a beautiful palomino with fantastic gaits and temperament.
Sire of "star" is WGC Southern Sunrise's Jackpot
Dam of "Star" is Miss Brandy Supreme
573-590-0366 call anytime
So Why Would YOU Want a Fox Trotter???
Why would someone want to get a Missouri Fox trotter?
Fox Trotters are versatile, sure footed, horses and have a personality and affection that is unique to the breed. They excel in many disciplines, including endurance, cutting, roping, ranch work, jumping and agility. There is nothing quite like this horse breed with their good ambling gait for enjoyment and purpose on a long, all day trail ride. Finding an easy going comfortable horse to ride with spirit, personality, and comfort that will go the distance is what you get in the fox trotter. They are loyal and strong, and yet forgiving. The fox trotter is a great horse to consider for a retirement horse and every day use.
As we age many of us remember the fun we had as a youth riding horses. However, even if you have never ridden before and have always thought you wanted to learn, then finding a good, well tempered, smooth gaited horse will answer and satisfy a life long love quest for the right horse. Staying involved with horses as an older rider can be challenging. It just might be that you will find a new lease on life by getting involved with a fox trotter. Whether you are looking to find a horse who will go through big life transitions with you, or join you as you retire, spending time and interacting with this fantastic breed will be an adventure in itself. The fox trotter is one such companionable horse.
In Palm Springs, Florida, and in many other areas, folks are enjoying the Fox Trotter and starting large groups of retired and semi retired riders. More people are discovering what a pleasant ride, personality and relationship you can have with fox trotters. They are easy to train, easy on the back with their Cadillac of gaits, and wonderful to partner up. When you find a good horse match that is well broke but always ready to learn more, you can, at 60 years of retirement age, continue to ride into the horse’s 20’s giving you riding pleasure into your 80’s and more! Gaited fox trotters will make all your transitions smooth and enjoyable.
This sweet, sensible breed with a nice and easy going, ground-covering gait will give you miles of enjoyment and you can endure longer in the saddle. You may even find that the unique gentle motion of the fox trot may improve your muscle tone, balance, and give your body a mild workout, while strengthening your side to side muscles around your spine instead of the up and down jarring of the hard trot. As a bonus you can see and enjoy some great local country on your outings. I look at it as health insurance because you are getting fresh air, exercise, and engaged in an activity that provides emotional, physical, and mental stimulation. For retirees or anyone looking to find a friendly mount with a comfortable gait and engaging personality. Get a Fox Trotter!
Some quick facts about Fox Trotters:
1. Fox Trotters are the number one choice for the covering the rough terrain in the US Forest Service and this is why: the United States Forest Service took on the Fox Trotter as their official horse of choice in 1960.
2. The Fox Trotter won the Trail Horse of the Year in 2011."Absolut Sunrise"- #235 as they excel as America's Favorite Trail Horse.
REINING, CUTTING, ROPING
3. In 2010 a Fox Trotter "JJ's Sweet Dream" aka "Diva", won all five categories in the National Verastility Ranch Horse Competition (NVRHC) against stock horses nationwide during the 2010 Stock Horse Show in Dodge City, Kansas and against top quarter horses in the country.
http://www.mfthba.com/index.php Archived Missouri Fox Trotter Journal December 2010
FOSH Horse of the Year is a Missouri Fox Trotter. Fox Trotters are disassociating from problems in the gaited horse world toward abuse in order to get best gaiting performance ...Fox Trotters are genetically inclined with minimal training and aids. The Friends of Sound Horses (FOSH) has named a Missouri Fox Trotter its Horse of the Year for the third time.The Kansas Kowboy D
, owned by John Brandreth of Brandreth Farms, www.brandrethfarms.com
, is the 2010 FOSH Horse of the Year,
"It’s a thrill to compete against some of the best gaited and non gaited horses in the country," said Brandreth. "Kowboy demonstrates that you can take a top gaited performance horse that wins demanding ‘in breed’ competitions for correct smooth gaits, and train that horse to excel in versatility horse sports like reining, cutting and barrel racing."
FOSH (Friends of Sound Horses) is a national organization dedicated to the promotion of humane horse activities and to fighting abusive horse-training practices. The FOSH Horse of the Year title is bestowed on the horse that accumulates the most points in FOSH-sanctioned shows for gaited horses, which are produced nation-wide and feature competition in a wide range of disciplines." From Jan 2012 http://www.mfthba.com/index.php
See the Missouri Fox Trotting Horse Breed Association Website for more on Fox Trotters: www.MFTHBA.com
Quarter Horse Corner:
Dedicated to Miss Myra 5/18/86-4/17/12 Photo below of Emily and Natalie Shaw with little Myra and big Skywalker in the back, her 2001 offspring.
Miss Myra was bred to our MFT Stallion Tobiano Buckskin and foaled a beautiful paint, "Flash'. This filly is light on her feet and can't wait to see how she gaits out under saddle.
Myra's two offspring Skywalker and Flash. Flash is the MFT CROSS paint filly out of WGC Southern Sunrise's Jackpot, born 9/5/10. Skywalker is the sorrel, big boned, red gelding, out of Quarter Horse winner Kings Peppy Badger, born May 10th 2001. Miss Myra a 1986 bay quarter horse mare and matriarch of the ranch is out of stock horse paint and Fritzy Smoke. Flash is the only quarter horse cross we have done and she is proving herself to be very sensible and quick on her feet. All other horses are full blooded foxtrotters as we transition from the quarter horse to fox tortter, Flash represents the best of both breeds.
FLASH 1/2 qtr 1/2 MFT
The no back-ache horse.